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Not What You Say, Alan, But What You Do…

Not that it makes much of any difference, anyhow, but when Mr. Alan Kyerematen tells delegates of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) that he does not hate Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, I would rather wish that the former Kufuor Trade Minister really hated the former Kufuor Attorney-General and Minister of Justice with a vengeance

On first blush, the reader is tempted to speculate whether the President of Ghana, who was reportedly touring one of the major hospitals in the country’s capital, to get a first-hand appreciation of how cholera-infected patients were being treated, had jinxed the unfortunate victim

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A few days ago, I launched a ‘one man’ appeal to well meaning citizens and organizations to come to the aid of many needy Ghanaians to be able to go school

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At the just ended International Growth Center conference in London, Energy became one of the major topics for discussion with much interest from countries, particularly developing countries

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Saturday, September 27, 2014 Folks, we have for many times now been discussing matters arising from the lifestyle, public utterances, and claims about gifts of prophecy that continue to raise serious questions about Christianity in our contemporary times, especially as practised in Ghana and Nigeria. I have been particularly strident […]

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When the cedi went absolutely berserk by way of unprecedented tail-spin and plummeted to its lowest value,ever,against all major world currencies, illiterate propagandists of NDC were in the villages telling people that the cedi had rather gained value and

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We go through this nonsensical cycle of half-truths and whole-cloth fabrications every year; and, of course, these half-truths and complete fabrications are deviously calculated by ardent Nkrumacrats to make Ghanaians feel, somehow, regretful

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, September 25, 2014 My good friends, I continue to see those vainly criticizing anything and everything done (or not done) by President Mahama as doing “rogue” politics and making themselves the butt of public ridicule. Here is a classic example of one of them: “Head of the Political Science […]

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, September 25, 2014 Folks, I am perturbed by the stubbornness of Ms. Lauretta Lamptey, head of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ). She is doggedly resisting urgent appeals to her conscience to act honourably by resigning and seems to be overflowing with arrogance too!! Her attempt […]

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, September 24, 2014 Folks, I have already written an opinion piece to complain bitterly about the manner in which the wives of African Presidents have constituted themselves into an Association of First Ladies and assumed power and authority to do things as if they have anybody’s mandate to act […]

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All succeeding governments in Ghana have been placing premium to education by promising to facilitate education for all. Indeed universal education for all is one of the United Nations areas of priority that is yet to be achieved

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He may be a trained doctor, but whoever trained Dr. Richard Wilfred Anane left out the practical significance of native intelligence and/or common sense

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From south to north east to west, many Ghanaians show defiance of the Ebola scare. What I see daily beats my imagination. Though Ghana is surrounded by nations whose citizens are gripped by the fear of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) they seem to be unmoved

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Folks, the Nigerian “Man-of-God (Temitope Balogun Joshua) has featured in numerous discussions regarding the conduct of the “Men-of-God” in contemporary times

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The call by Mr. Lawrence Amesu, Director of Amnesty International, Ghana, for President John Dramani Mahama to use his influence, as current Chairman of the Economic Commission of West African States (ECOWAS)

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An Open Letter to Ex-President Rawlings

it appears the Revolution you championed has run amok with a vicious rampaging rage of corruption.
The people have been impoverished instead of being showered with prosperity

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