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In 1992, Ghana re-subscribed to multi-party democracy. She promulgated her Fourth Republican Constitution in January 1993 with an expectation of building a prosperous society for all and not just a few. However, few months to her 8th presidential and parliamentary elections in December 2020, the hope with excitement that characterised the birth of Ghana’s democracy Continue Reading
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I stated in my concluding introductory presentation of this critique of Kwamena Ahwoi’s Working with Rawlings that I intend to be guided by the hallowed ethics of accountable and transparent writing which require professionals or academics of any breed who engage in any serious discourse for public education, guidance and consumption to disclose everything which […]Continue Reading
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I know no one in the halls of power to find me a job or open a door of opportunity for me. . Government’s bad policies have shifted my suffering from worse to worst. Unlike my peers, the path for success wasn’t laid for me. Those chronic excuses have held people back from flourishing. That […]Continue Reading
Opinion Politics
“Fellow Ghanaians My government, when elected into office by the electorates, has ensured the smooth implementation of Free Senior High School Educational Programme”. The other says  “My brothers and sisters, my next government will see the implementation of Free Technical and Vocational Education”. Even though this has already been done by the current Continue Reading
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Between 2011 and 2017, the number of Ghanaians living in multidimensional poverty reduced by 14,115,572, the Ghana Statistical Service’s Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) report has said. The MPI report used the seventh round of the Ghana Living Standards Survey (GLSS) conducted between 2016/2017 survey periods. It employed a strict harmonised dataset from the Ghana Continue Reading
Opinion Politics
Around the mid-60s, a constitutional amendment ushered Ghana into a one-party State, with President Nkrumah disseminating the slogan of “president for life”. Opposition to that democratic dictatorship was met with brutal consequences. Some members of the so-called Big Six could barely open their mouths. CPP all the way. That was the order of the day. […]Continue Reading
Business Opinion
Protecting the rights to intellectual property as an independent contractor or Freelance Worker, 35% of American workforces are organized by independent contractors or freelance workers. Altogether, their annual earning is approximately 1.1 trillion dollars & 2.9 million are the business owners among them. When the intellectual property (IP) is made by the independent Continue Reading
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The Electoral Commission’s decision to conduct registration for a new voter register amidst a public health crisis could threaten human lives and have severe consequences for the right to vote. Ghana is currently one of Africa’s most Covid-19 affected countries. But with the blessing of the Supreme Court, the EC has adopted a new voter registration […]Continue Reading
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I write to wish President Akufo-Addo well following a statement released a while ago by the Information Minister that the president is “taking a fourteen (14) day precautionary self-isolation measure in compliance with Covid-19 protocols” on the advice of his doctors. While I acknowledge the information given the public on the president’s close contact with […]Continue Reading