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Dr. Arthur Kennedy pokes Akufo-Addo’s eyes

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, August 21, 2014 Folks, by now, you must have read the opinion piece written by Dr. Arthur Kennedy in which he minced no word by saying a lot to suggest that the rumpus in the NPP can be traced to the wiliness with which the Akufo-Addo camp is doing […]

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, August 21, 2014 Folks, some NPP friends have expressed optimism that the current rumpus in the party is just a “fad” and that it will help know the weaknesses and strengthen the party for Election 2016. They have been quick to compare the crisis to what befell the NDC […]

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Folks, in any human situation where bad blood reigns, it takes only one word from a peace-maker to calm nerves and build productive relationships. Such a peacemaker may be old or young, well-endowed intellectually to dissect causes of the problems and find solutions to them or […]

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He voluntarily insinuated himself into the proverbial eye-of-the-storm of Ghanaian politics, and for twenty years ruled the roost like the absolute Third-World strongman that he veritably became

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Kwabena Agyepong since his election has committed the most schoolboy of administrative goofs

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I don’t want to brgrudge any cronies and/or associates of the late Mr. Paul Victor Obeng their inalienable right to eulogize the man in whatever ways they want

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Folks, we know that when it comes to engaging pertinent issues verging on national affairs, the economic challenges that the Mahama-led administration is finding difficult come to the fore. We have acknowledged those challenges and criticized the government for its acts of commission or omission. Even […]

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‘It is my expectation that five years from now there will be no mad persons roaming the streets of the country, since they will all be effectively treated and integrated into society.’

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Friends of Nana Addo-2016 wishes to state that, the recent happenings in the party do not auger well for the party’s expected victory in 2016

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He knows that strictly speaking, he is aptly what might be called a political dead-wood; and so Mr. Alan John Kwadwo “Quitman” Kyerematen has resorted to taking cheap shots at Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

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The explosive growth in the use of mobile phones in Africa has brought with it a lot of business opportunities, not least the phenomenon of mobile money transfers whereby users of mobile phones can use their cell phones or handsets

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When Pastor Mensa Otabil, General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church, (ICGC) cajoled his congregants to pay hefty tithes, offertory and “love” donations to support the establishment of the Central University College 17 years ago

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Like Ghana, many of the the nations of the European Union (EU), are experiencing slow economic growth rates. And, aside from the high cost of living in those nations, their societies are also grappling with high youth unemployment

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One thing is crystal clear – the major players of the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress (NDC) know fully well (and guiltily so) that they are a complete flop

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I hope Messrs. Paul Afoko and Kwabena Agyapong mean every word of the same, when they assert that they are trying to “professionalize” the way that governance, or administration, is done at the headquarters of the main opposition New Patriotic Party

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The revelation by the Herald newspaper that the crisis raging over the government’s non-payment of Research and Book Allowance (RBA/BRA) incentives to university and polytechnic tutors and lecturers

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