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“KOM KOM NA MA Y3”

Ghana in the 1980s and 90s experienced the Culture of Silence during the regime of Jerry John Rawlings and his junta. The culture had people living in fear. Opponents of the junta till today, speak bitterly about the practice and

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GHANA, DI ASA!

Ghana is an interesting country filled with lovely people that just love fun. Indeed, so fun loving are the people that every now and then, they come up with something that evoke laughter and thereby reduce the tension in the

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‘ONE CORNER, ONE CORNER’ REIGNS!

There are a lot of hit songs in the system now but I tell you what, ‘One Corner, One Corner’ tops them all. It’s not about the rhythm, neither is it about the lyrics of the song. The focus is

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CHESS IS NOT FOR NEOPHYTES

Mr. Daniel Dougan, is a staunch supporter of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). He does not shy away from debates involving his beloved NPP and Nana Addo. He has, however, declared that come 2016, he would not waste his time

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QUO VADIS GHANA FOOTBALL (2)

Ghanaians to a person do not need anybody to tell them that our ship taking us to the World Cup in Russia, has hit a huge snag. The way to the competition is now dark to the extent that nobody

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PRESIDENTIAL CONCERT PARTY

Africa! Indeed there’s no place like Africa. The Americans can claim all they like. The Europeans and the Asians can have their say but tell you what, Africa is the real deal! The other continents might have the sophistication but

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CHAMPIONS DIE HARD

The English Premier League is back and so far at this teething stage, the action have been frenetic.  All the teams with aspirations to annex the title come season’s end like Man United, Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool,  Tottenham Hotspur and

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JUST RAMBLING (4)

Since the beginning of the year strange things have happened and stranger things would happen if things are not normalised. Undertaking National Service is already a wahala and the registration is something else altogether. This year, the exercise has witnessed

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A TWIST IN THE TALE

Initially I thought it was one of those inter office things between management and staff.  Indeed, I was a little taken aback when the National Democratic Congress (NDC) joined the fray and pointed fingers at the ruling government as being

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COMMISERATIONS, ASANTE KOTOKO

The People’s National Convention is in turmoil.  This follows the appointment and acceptance of an ambassadorial role for Dr. Edward Nasigri Mahama, who was the president candidate of the party in the December 2016 elections. The party’s hierarchy has distanced

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