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All this self-projection for Akufo-Addo is useless

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Saturday, January 25, 2014 A string of self-damaging utterances have helped the NPP’s Akufo-Addo to score many own goals. We know him as such: “I must win the Presidential elections at all costs”; “All die be die”; “Yen Akanfuo”; “the late Theresah Tagoe, has a big butt”, “I am a […]

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, January 24, 2014 My good friends, I will stick my neck out to make some generalizations for a purpose. Ghanaians have a major problem that is difficult to tackle: widespread indiscipline, disregard for law and order, and the penchant to dare the devil. There is also a strong motivation […]

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Whether Mr. Abuga Pele, the former coordinator of the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Agency (GYEEDA), currently indicted and facing trial on charges of “defrauding by false pretences and aiding and abetting crime” is being scapegoated by a scam-ridden Mahama administration

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He styles himself as Cletus D. Kuunifaa and claims to be affiliated with Long Island University (LIU-Post) in some sort of nondescript capacity that is best known to himself

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, January 24, 2014 Friends, let’s have some fun. The times are too rough and we need some comic relief to get us going, wherever we may be headed. On Tuesday, this news report appeared, caught my attention, but slid away because I had other things to think of. Now, […]

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Mr. Baffour Amoa, President of the West African Action Network on Small Arms (WAANSA), on Friday urged security agencies to clamp down on the activities of artisans, to prevent them from manufacturing small arms

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Stress in the frenetic-paced world we live in today is unavoidable for most working people. It is also a fact that many young people in our country are dying early deaths from stress-related conditions – such as stroke, heart attack and high blood pressure

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It is intolerable to hear that soon hospitals, schools, factories and homes across the cities of Accra and Tema, might be without treated water, as a result of the cessation of production, occasioned by an unresolved dispute, between the Ghana Water Company’s (GWCL) production unit’s management and workers

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The sudden death of Komla Dumor came as a massive shock to me and all of us. As I read and listen to all the tributes that are coming through, they all point to the same direction. The fact that, he was a very dedicated hard working young man

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This Feature Article is my very first article to be published through this medium in the year 2014. And so, I pray it meets in full, the expectations of the Most High One in my obligations to His Kingdom in discharging my responsibilities to my generation

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Once, he acted as my big brother at St. Peter’s Secondary School (PERSCO), Okwawu-Nkwatia. He also edited several of the early poems that I composed and performed on GBC-2’s “Variety Ahoy!” hosted by Mr. Godwin Avenorgbo

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It was the classic study of Emile Durkheim on suicide in 1897, that exposed the subject matter to many people in the world. The academic piece categorised the subject matter into egoistic, altruistic, anomic and fatalistic suicides

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, January 24, 2014 Folks, if you think that there is hope for Ghanaian politics to improve, you are deceived. It will not for as long as morality doesn’t guide it. And morality is simple: that which is right or wrong and why. That which is moral manifests in good […]

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, January 23, 2014 Folks, we are in trouble. Deep, deep, searing trouble. In the midst of plenty, we are suffering—just because we have eyes but can’t see. President John D. Mahama said at the opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland) on Wednesday that his government couldn’t […]

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Formal education has taken center stage in the development of Ghana both as a means of providing skilled manpower to the various sectors of the public service and as a means of securing decent living for many individuals. It is on this account that the poverty gap has continued to widen beyond measure between educated public sector workers and non-educated subsistence farmers in the country

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It is rather quizzical how the so-called social democrats of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) are fast morphing into neighborhood turf-owning vigilantes. You would have thought that the Mahama government was voted into power by the Sicilian Mafia, rather than the Ghanaian people

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