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 Dr. Michael Bokor

Have the police yet gone for those so-called disappointed NDC boys?

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, August 25, 2015 Folks, the publication yesterday by the Daily Guide of a news report attributed to some so-called disappointed youth of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Volta Region turned my crank a lot, not because I found it to be impossible in our kind of […]

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The nightmare scenario of Ghana’s grassroots democracy

The government’s decentralisation policy is to bring government to the doorsteps of the people. To fulfill this policy, is a local government system with substructures to enable the people participate in decisions that affect their lives

 Dr. Michael Bokor

The NPP’s “concert party” shows and the voters register of Togo

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, August 21, 2015 Folks, you must have heard of the latest in the NPP’s package of electoral laughables that has pushed its “Concert Party” shows to the most bizarre level. It clearly has taken the shows beyond the ridiculous to the absurd and contemptible point. Here is the substance: […]

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Some education for NDC propagandists on RETROACTIVITY of a law

I was in Rotterdam, Netherlands, in 1997, when our former big black passport was declared invalid by the Ghana government, and were asked to contact the embassy to procure the new smaller ones

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Lift the Artificial Barrier to Entry in the Practice of Law

A fortnight ago, over 1,000 LLB graduates converged at the N Block of University of Ghana to take an entrance examination, whose outcome in addition to an interview, will presumably determine who among them would be allowed to pursue the Professional Law Course in the forthcoming academic year commencing in October 2015

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Tribalism Is Keeping Ghana Back; Is There A Cure?

Just over a week ago Patrick Fynn touched one of the raw nerves of our favourite national past time – tribalism. He wrote a riveting piece that attracted quite a few commentaries entitled ‘Tribalism is holding back Ghana’s development’

 Dr. Michael Bokor

Instead of going after Stan Dogbe…..

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Saturday, August 15, 2015 Folks, one sticky point in the agitations by members of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) is the publishing of the document containing their demands. Accusing fingers have been pointed at Stan Dogbe, a member of the Presidential Staff, as the “culprit”. He has been condemned as […]

 Dr. Michael Bokor

The Ghana Medical Association and its striking doctors will lose out

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, August 6, 2015 Folks, the head-butting going on between members of the Ghana Medical Association (Ghanaian doctors in public service) and the Mahama-led administration will likely not end soon; but I can stick my neck out to say that it will eventually not end in favour of the doctors. […]

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The girl who owns her body

For most girls at a local Junior High School in Kuntunse, a community in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region, the narrow path on which they tread to school every day could be dangerous and unforgiving

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Mahama’s Assassination Attempt, Which Theory Is Plausible

President Mahama is a synonym for incompetence. And I wouldn’t hesitate to push a button to see his back in a heartbeat if it is that simple

 Dr. Michael Bokor

Isn’t it time to privatize the government hospitals?

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Monday, August 3, 2015 Folks, the perennial strike actions embarked on by Ghanaian doctors working in public health institutions should set the stage for the government to privatize public health institutions and enforce other measures aimed at curtailing the enormous pressure being put on it and the Consolidated Fund. The […]

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Let’s Rally Behind Nana Addo for Victory in 2016

Although, a greater number of Ghanaians are clamouring for a change in government in 2016, anyone with a clear political eye would agree with me that, the said change cannot be effected on a silver platter

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President Mahama Should Tell Ghanaians What Killed Atta Mills

People should start accusing the National Democratic Congress [NDC] government of President John Dramani Mahama for failing to investigate the circumstances that caused the demise of late president Professor John Evans Atta Mills

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Nkrumahism, The Can Of Worms I Opened – Mixed Economy II

In the first part of the series, I recounted some of the reasons why I can never reconcile myself with socialism

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The Nursing Canker In Ghana

In recent times, nursing has become the order of the day in Ghana. Arguably about 80% of Young girls who complete senior high schools will opt for nursing against any other profession in Ghana

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Sharing the task of making the home a happy place

Not too long ago, Adwoa Perbi, was not a favourite worker in one of the most patronised dress making shops in Kpobiman in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region

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