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Farcical, tendentious political games

The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has began unfurling a series of covert and overt operations to confine the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the government to a consistent defensive mode. Tiring the government out as they respond to all the flimsy and reckless charges fits into the opposition’s project. Ofosu Ampofo and Haruna […]Read More
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Open letter to Martin ABK Amidu, SP Ghana

20th March 2019 Dear Martin Amidu, The True Test of Integrity – Can the Citizen Vigilante Survive? The fight against corruption is becoming too difficult in Ghana. Most opposition parties have won elections on the promise of fighting corruption when elected into office. I strongly believe if any party were to come to office and […]Read More
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The fundamentals of the Ghanaian cedi

The depreciation of the Ghanaian Cedi has now become a perennial crisis. Overtime, we have come to the realization that the depreciation of the currency is structural and not necessarily due any form of mismanagement of the economy by the government in power. This mainly because this trend of annual depreciation is historical and successive […]Read More
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I am concerned for the children

Formulating a decision on the concept of the right form of education has suddenly become an enormous political matter in Ghana. The transition from the industrial age to the information age has caused a situation whereby the quality of information you possess and what you do with it determines your economic value. This has led […]Read More
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Ghana must go!

Ghana is one blessed country. It is endowed with so many resources. This amazes it’s neighbouring counties and goes beyond the borders of the continent. Our economy’s resilience is a major factor why investors transact various businesses in the country and thus been named one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Its inhabitants […]Read More
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Why Mahama’s running mate should be a scientist

Say what you want, former president Mahama’s chances in the upcoming 2020 presidential election, barring any electoral malfeasance, is brighter than future corruption in this country. You see, in Ghana, gratitude is an ailment suffered by dogs as Joseph Stalin once observed. Majority of Ghanaians abhor appreciation and gratitude and, as a result, would not […]Read More
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How the historic 62nd Indece. Anniversary made Tamale the cleanest city in Ghana – The politics, the praises and what we took home 

New dimension to independence celebration and the politics The people of Tamale, capital of the Northern Region have never been happier if you compare the feeling of every citizen that has used any road or street in the last one week in the metropolis. Sixty two years ago Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah made the popular […]Read More
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My dream on ending vigilantism

I have had a dream. In fact, I have dreamed on a number of occasions on one specific issue. Let me own up here that I do not have the mental fortitude of Martin Luther King, the famous American Civil Rights campaigner, who touched a nation’s heart with his dream of a multi-racial society in […]Read More
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Women, job and harassment

As the world celebrates women on International Women’s Day (IWD) with a focus on women’s right, on the theme “Balance for Better”, I will like to throw light on the harassment some women face in line of duty. Every year, women are celebrated on March 8 to bring to the fore their social, economic, cultural […]Read More
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True Ghanaians, rise up in defence of the country!

It is becoming certain with alarming clarity that Ghanaians are no longer safe or secure under the continued leadership of President Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo as each passing day brings fresh revelations of covert dealings under his auspices that compromise national security. The Right Alliance-Ghana is particularly alarmed as unfolding events vividly point to one definite Read More
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March 6 2019: The Tamale Lie

This year’s national Independence Day parade was held in Tamale, the capital of the Northern Region. With all things being equal, why not? But all things were not equal. It was hyped up as a very unique event which was dreamed up as a kind of gift to the people of Dagbon and especially to […]Read More
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Poem: “In Dependence”

Are we not celebrating our freedom behind bars? Bars packaged like chocolate from Tetteh Quarshie’s cocoa? And asserting our independence on the sweetness of imported time In measured and allotted spaces And guarded bases Set up by big brothers? Is this an act of faith? In the substance and assurance of promises unseen? Or a […]Read More