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President Mahama Must Ensure Full Disclosure Of TPFA Funds – And Order EOCO Investigations To Establish Possible Wrongdoing

The controversy generated by the inability of government ministers to state the exact amount of workers’ pension contributions held in the Temporary Pension Fund Account (TPFA), which is administered by First Banc, result from the lack of trust in the present government, amongst many ordinary people in the Ghana of today

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Folks, I have persisted in saying that with the kind of “book” and “rogue” politics being done by the NPP, there is ample reason to conclude that political power will continue to elude it. True to my expectation, they have put into motion their well-rehearsed politics […]

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We are appealing to you directly, because you are one of the few principled, sincere and patriotic individuals at the top of Ghanaian society today, who when notified, will investigate, expose and ensure the prosecution of powerful and wealthy people, who transgress our nation’s laws

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Following the formal and official declaration of the intention of the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress (NDC) to seek economic assistance from the International Monetary Fund

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Pension fund management in Ghana has undergone numerous reforms, yet the basic lessons are neglected to the detriment of pensioners

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Prof. Henrietta Mensa-Bonsu may well be the Nana Yaa Asantewaa, the immortalized Obaabarima, of our time. At a lecture hosted under the auspices of the Alumni Lecture Series of the University of Ghana

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We made several bold claims about the present state of Ghanaian journalism in four previous essays, titled “The Danger of Free Press to Ghana’s Democracy” and “Ghana’s Unrepentant Ugly Face

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For the most part, accordingly, the epistemological opposition between diagnostic journalism and descriptive journalism subjects what should otherwise have been the critical flexibility of public conscience

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Sunday, October 26, 2014 Folks, the impasse over the management of the second tier of workers’ pension funds drags on as the striking workers dig in and the government struggles to offer credible explanations to resolve it. Clearly, the government’s approach to handling the impasse falls short and raise eyebrows […]

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As a people, we must stop the corrupt individuals who steal taxpayers’ funds, from getting away with their crimes against our nation and its people. They must not be allowed to benefit from their crimes

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What ordinary Ghanaians need is a government of national unity made up of incorruptible, competent, sincere and principled individuals

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He was known as Daniel Ngedaaku Kermah, was born on January 15, 1963, at Nzemaland, but left the world too soon at the age of 51

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The skylines of Accra, the capital city of Ghana is flourishing with magnificent high rise commercial real estate edifices. Whiles the commercial real estate sector

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The man who calls Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo the most violent politician in postcolonial Ghana, also claims to be a “leading member” and a “prime investor” of the New Patriotic Party (NPP)

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, October 24, 2014 As usual, folks, the perennial ritual of strikes have begun being performed all over the country as organized labour obeyed the voice of the leadership of the TUC to lay down their tools. All over the country, then, the industrial action is in full swing. This […]

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Among the Akan, we have a saying that “Onipa ‘Mama Ho Ye Ahi,” to wit: “Every illustrious/distinguished personality provokes the ire/anger of lesser souls

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