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John Mahama and the Stan Dogbe’s horn on his neck: To drop or to carry on? – An admirer’s letter to Mahama

Dear President Mahama, I am an ardent social democrat from the Chiana-Paga Constituency. By my introduction, it should be obvious to you that I am deeply steeped in the great NDC proudly sharing this association with astute statesmen like your good self, President Rawlings, late Prof. John Mills, Prof. Kwesi Botchwey, Alban Bagbin, the rapidly […]Read More
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Life is both Dreadful and Wonderful

Life is dreadful, for about 7,000 new-borns die each day. In addition, tons of adults die everyday: some from accident, others from sickness. Some die out of hunger while others die chasing their dreams. Nevertheless, life is as well wonderful; about 386,000 new-babies are born each day. While some animal and plant species are going extinct, sunrise […]Read More
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Commend Kufuor for His Fast Track Court

In the years between 2001 and 2008, under his administration, president Kufuor instituted the Fast Track Court which tried a number of corruption related cases and cases of criminal intent. His own Sports Minister, Mallam Yussif Issah, was sent to jail. Some members of the opposition party NDC, who were deemed corrupt or to have […]Read More
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Prof. Afful-Broni’s letter ruined my weekend

The letter Prof Afful-Broni, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Education (UEW) wrote to “dismiss” Prof Augustine Nwagbara – referred to by many on social media as that “Nigerian professor inciting Nigerians against Ghanaians”- is exactly why Prof Nwagbara said that ghana university education is poor. Reverend Father Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni’s letter ruined my […]Read More
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Is Mahama saying NDC is honest and NPP is not?

Some of us skimmed through Ex-President Mahama’s speech during the NDC’s 27th-anniversary lecture with unbelievable horror and extreme incredulity (see: ‘We are not the same as the NPP; we stand by the truth – Mahama; yen.com.gh/ghanaweb.com, 23/06/2019). The former president is reported to have poured his heart out: “We are not the same as the […]Read More
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Poor Sanitation is not caused by Poverty

It is undeniable fact that poverty plays a negative role in waste management in Africa. On a continent where most people do not have basic facilities such as toilets and latrines, it becomes an abstract to talk about waste incineration, for example. Waste management is therefore a challenge that every government, especially, the government of […]Read More