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Mr. Agyapong, Get This Loud And Clear: The People Have Spoken!

They went into Sunday’s New Patriotic Party Super-Delegates’ Congress vowing to cause an electoral Tsunami. In the end, they barely managed to create the proverbial storm in a teacup

Some very good NPP friends of mine on social media have been exerting incessant pressure on me to “campaign against for other flagbearship aspirants to abandon their dreams, following Nana Addo’s spectacularly spectacular performance in the super delegates’ congress

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One often wonders, whether there are moments of quiet reflection, during which many patriotic Ghanaians ponder over what could possibly be the rationale, for the many one-sided agreements that some of their nation’s leaders end up signing

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I don’t know how this fit of rowdy propaganda-projects agenda began with the leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC)

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According to a Starrfmonline.com news report, it well appears that a phenomenal increase in the spate of the cholera epidemic in Ghana coincided with the return to power of the National Democratic Congress some six years ago

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The Upper East Region falls within the Sudan Savanna zone which is characterised by a uni-modal rainfall regime lasting five to six months and a long dry period of six to seven months

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Saturday, August 30, 2014 Folks, we all saw what happened before Election 2012 when all manner of “Men-of-God” and leaders of other religious sects (Imams, traditional African religion, etc.) flooded our ears with prophecies that turned out to be false and became the foundation for resistance and ugly behaviour by […]

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If Prophet Emmanuel Kofi Enim, the founder and general overseer of the Word Victory Chapel, had called the Executive-Editor of the New York Times, or any one of the mainstream American newspapers, and recounted his purported prophecy about the political fortunes of President John Dramani Mahama

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, August 29, 2014 Folks, even as Russian President Vladimir Putin met Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko over the weekend to discuss the Ukrainian crisis, glaring signs showed that Russia won’t just sit down unconcerned for the rebels to be routed by the Ukrainian government forces. It seems that Russia knows what […]

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Today Friday August 29, marks exactly a year ago when Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the sorest loser in any presidential elections ever conducted in Ghana, was sent packing by the Supreme Court justices who dismissed his election petition

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One Otchere-Darko (to be distinguished from the founder of the Danquah Institute) would have the world believe that yours truly is guilty of sacriliege for presuming to call the late President Kwame Nkrumah by his most appropriate honorific of Mr. Kwame Nkrumah

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Most environmental organizations and some Ghanaian individuals have always wondered how Government sees and priorities the issue of Climate Change

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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, August 29, 2014 Folks, our politics continues to be watered down by personalities who should have known better than they have demonstrated so far. While happenings in the NPP are indeed troubling and indicative of the likelihood of an implosion unless cleverly handled and the tension defused to prepare […]

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Would Alan Build A New United NPP With Floating Voters?

His epic desperation to be elected flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) fascinates me in no small measure

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I read Paapa Kwamensa’s article captioned “Why I Will Vote Alan” (MyJoyOnline.com 8/27/14) and do not envy the writer one bit. Actually, I thought the writer had needlessly embarrassed himself

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The call by unarguably the most formidable New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate/candidacy aspirant for all factional wranglings among members and supporters of Ghana’s largest opposition political party to halt, could only be described as most opportune and very much in order

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