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…….. Has the beneficiaries of the victory suddenly forgotten those who worked tirelessly to make them what they are today? (Part 1 of 10) Volunteers are an essential and integral part of almost every political campaign, because a good portion of a campaign work is performed by volunteers. Every candidate’s volunteers are a great resource for his/her political campaign, they’re ... Read More »
Certificates have become the fastest growing form of a universally acceptable credential awarded to an individual or organization since time immemorial. They are awarded by public institutions or private schools upon completion of a study of a course or a program. The number of graduates with certificates has skyrocketed over the past 50 years, even though few of our leaders ... Read More »
A Constitutional Revolution in Ghana …… As the Last Straw upon which Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo‘s dream
A Constitutional Revolution in Ghana …… As the Last Straw upon which Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo‘s dream of becoming the president of Ghana was broken by the supreme court of the Republic of Ghana ……. And the Members of Parliament (MPs) of NDC failed to look beyond their laps when CI 75 was passed to ensure Nana Addo’s dream of ... Read More »
New Patriotic Party (NPP) and 2012 Electoral Fraud ….. Has Any of Ghana’s Elections being Free and Fair?
Voting fraud is a silent scandal, whether it is a mere suspicion or real is yet to be proved in global politics. Maybe it is one of the common characteristics of every election worldwide, from old democracies such as that of the United States of America to infant democracies in African countries. The only difference is the high ... Read More »
Political life involves elected officials who are sometimes descriptive and corrupt. They often lie for the sake of personal advancement and steal for individual gain. Every attempt should therefore be made to ensure against the advancement of this kind of public officials. However, there are morally suspect public officials to whom we extend some degree of acceptance. Politicians who are ... Read More »
President John Dramani Mahama A Breath of Fresh Air in an Environment of Foul Odour …….. a man with a large unblemished track record.
In the month of April last year, nobody could think that 2013 will begin with this man as the president of the Republic of Ghana. Being the Member of Parliament (MP) in Ghana’s parliament for 12 years and serving as the vice president since January 2009, he was more colourful and inspiring on the national stage that he ... Read More »
….. Has Any of Ghana’s Elections Being Free and Fair? Voting fraud is a silent scandal, whether it is a mere suspicion or real is yet to be proved in global politics. Maybe it is one of the common characteristics of every election worldwide, from old democracies such as that of the United States of America to infant democracies in ... Read More »
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Adrift The 2012 Post-Elections Paralysis has dashed the Hope that NPP could build quickly on its Political Misfortunes and Embrace Reforms. After its miserable defeat in the December 2012 elections, the NPP seems stuck in the worst logjam of its formation history since 1992. Almost all the party’s vibrant structures are asleep, with the rank ... Read More »