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I am not shocked by the froth In Parliament when budgets are being read. The shouting, name-calling and finger pointing are to be expected. Parliament has made a reputation under this administration for transforming into a circus when budgets are being read

In composition and rhetoric, or rhetoric (speech) and composition, there is something called “Register.” The latter refers to the context, or environment, which invariably determines the content and diction of the message of any speaker and/or writer

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, November 20, 2014 Folks, there is every good reason to condemn the government for imposing a 17.5% tax on so-called selected petroleum products, especially at a time that the cost of living has worsened because nothing is adding up well for those managing the economy. I strongly oppose this […]

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The Africa youth are struggling to survive in spite of all the natural endowment bestowed on the continent. The African continent is undoubtedly blessed with uncountable resources

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Sunday, November 16, 2014 Folks, when I read a news report yesterday that angry residents of Abeka Lapaz-Tabora (a suburb of Accra) on Sunday afternoon blocked roads and destroyed property at the Kwashieman power station over persistent power cuts in the area, I cringed, clearly because I knew that it […]

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Sunday, November 16, 2014 Folks, out of happenings reported over the period, two have caught my attention for what they are: either plain political mischief on display or roguery at its best being enacted. “MAHAMA, NDC “STEALING” FROM THE STATE—AGYEPONG” Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyepong, has accused […]

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In our country like in many other countries, life has many good things for one to enjoy. The stumbling block is that invariably most of these good things can be acquired only by sacrificing other good things

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Come February next year, district level elections would be held in two hundred and sixteen districts to elect more than six thousand assembly members throughout the country. Currently many people are lacing their boots to offer themselves as candidates to contest the seats

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The directive principles of state policy in the 1992 constitution of the republic of Ghana clearly states that, “the most secured democracy is that which is able to meet the basic needs of its people”(1992 constitution Article 36(2e)

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Our four-part series “A New Direction for Ghanaian Journalism” saw some of the major problems plaguing the Ghanaian journalism industry

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My initial reaction to Prof. Kwaku Asare’s lawsuit against Speaker Edward Doe Adjaho and, I believe, Chief Justice Georgina Wood

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, November 14, 2014 Folks, when we are looking for solutions to our country’s systemic problems so living standards can be improved for Ghanaians to live their lives in decency and look forward to a bright future, our Parliament raises nothing but fiddlestick. It can’t offer anything sensible to help […]

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By Bajin D. Pobia Wa, November 13 – 2014, -The blame game as to who is behind or causing the falling standards of education, continues to range on in Ghana without any concrete solution. Parents blame government and teachers for not providing quality education to their children, government blames teachers for not doing much in […]

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The Government is crying wolf, wolf, and wolf! At the same time trumpeting its litany of unparalleled development, bravo

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, November 13, 2014 Folks, anytime I hear Ghanaian “Men-of-God” opening their mouths wide to talk about corruption or to blame the Mahama-led administration for not enforcing the laws of the country to rid the society of corruption, I cringe. I do so because I know that deep down them, […]

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Northern Ghana is the home of smock where all types are sewed use as the royal dress for important occasions

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