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An Arrest Is Not A Conviction, Or Is It?

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

I once visited a friend who greeted me with information about his 50-year-old sister diagnosed with cancer

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I know many will be surprised at this opinion but it is an honest and frank progression of thoughts from an open-minded individual, not emboldened by any personal bigotry, political agenda or religious connotation

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Somehow, in addition to making them more affordable, readership and circulation of newspapers need expanding in the Ghanaian body politic with a view to placing them in constructive engagement with public psychology

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The problem is not as light as it seems. And here is why: A segment of the Ghanaian public believes the private sector represents a panacean response to state bureaucracy, or if you like, state managerial ineffectiveness

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A young mother possesses two asymmetric breasts, one excessively huge and succulently oceanic, the other vanishingly small, barely protrusive and content-wise dry

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The level of assumptive reasoning propping up our body of arguments boils down to a simple factual reality

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To say that it was an apocalyptic blowout grossly understates matters. In a quite miraculous sense, the October 20 New Patriotic Party Presidential Primary strikingly recalls the 1960 Presidential Contest between President Kwame Nkrumah

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Africa and the world lost one of its most influential, cherished, and well-known scholars, Prof. Ali Al’amin, on October 13, 2014, in the United States, after a short illness

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We are back yet again to the subtle relational dynamics between science and superstition. This question requires further clarification as superstition gradually begins to gain hold on public psychology

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Sunday, October 19, 2014 Folks, the news report yesterday about what happened to the United States President, Barack Obama, at a restaurant came as a huge surprise to some of us; but it threw more light on why the kind of democracy being practised by the United States is relevant […]

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“I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day

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Abraham Amaliba is almost invariably described as “a National Democratic Congress (NDC) lawyer,” rather than simply as a lawyer or a Ghanaian lawyer

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The Handsome Giant has been pulling all sorts of tricks from his voodoo/hoodoo bag of collusive shenanigans with at least two of the topmost executives at the headquarters of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP)

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When Mr. Ginger-Man (that is not his real name, by the way) called to inform yours truly that he was spearheading a protest demonstration against Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama in Uncle Sam’s sacred seat of governance

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, October 17, 2014 Folks, don’t make any mistake to believe that any human being is above corruption, especially if we define corruption in a wider sense than the very narrow and simple one that characterizes happenings in Ghana. Corruption is corruption when somebody does something to unduly influence another […]

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