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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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Matters Arising out of Blakk Rasta’s Inquisition

In reprimanding Blakk Rasta, the Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Doe Adjahoe, is reported to have said, “Parliament as an institution has the power to jail people who made contemptuous

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Nkrumahism, The Can Of Worms I Opened – Mixed Economy

Roughly, about six months ago I unwittingly launched the opening salvo of a titanic battle. It is not a sanguinary war, but a war of letters, which has turned out to be a struggle for the hearts and minds of economically minded Ghanaians

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Tema West NPP Parliamentary Primary; the Postmortem

Fostering unpopular parliamentary candidates on constituents has always proven to be miserably unwise, woefully counter-productive and electorally catastrophic; and 2008 examples of Joe Osei-Wusu, SHABA, and others are there for all to see

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Poison in the calabash

Palm wine remains a much-loved local drink for many Ghanaians. It commands a very large constituency despite competition from local and foreign beverages

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Avoidance Of Homosexuality Saves Ghana From God’s Wrath

The world we see today is ruled by circular law. This law (universal Human right) destroys nations. The moral right of God has been replaced with human right

 Dr. Michael Bokor

Why has Ex-President Kufuor become a cry baby?

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, July 23, 2015 Folks, it is becoming clear that ex-President Kufuor is crying all over the place over anything that touches on happenings related to him. And he is not able to explain sufficiently all those happenings to disprove them or to give us anything more tangible with which […]

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Open Letter to President John Dramani Mahama

Your Excellency, There has been a grave injustice done to the entire Islamic community and a show of disrespect to our religion

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Election 2016 – Might Nana Akufo Addo Be Disqualified?

Election 2016 – Might Nana Akufo Addo Be Disqualified?

Sampson Lardy Anyenini raises an interesting question − what is the legal effect of adverse findings of a commission of inquiry (COMMISSION) on a person seeking elective office in Ghana, assuming such adverse findings are not set aside on appeal?

 Dr. Michael Bokor

Another indictment… and Kufuor goes wild too

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, July 9, 2015 Folks, the Sole Judgement Debt Commission has really stepped on big toes; and they are hurting! After putting Akufo-Addo on the spot, the Commission’s leaked report has turned the searchlight on former President John Agyekum Kufuor, indicting him on a $2.64 million land compensation payment case […]

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Clarifying the Law on Dual Citizenship to Expose the Irrationality of the Law on Office-Holding Exclusions

I write again on the law on dual citizenship to clarify what I have found out and consider as widespread misunderstanding of or confusion about the nature of dual citizenship

 Dr. Michael Bokor

The indictment of Akufo-Addo says a lot more

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Monday, July 6, 2015 The Sole Judgement Debt Commission’s indictment of the NPP’s Akufo-Addo over the controversial circumstances in which the GNPC’s drill ship was disposed of and the money handled during the Kufuor era is nothing to enthuse over even though it has rattled and nettled the Akufo-Addo camp. […]

 Dr. Michael Bokor

The NDC regains Talensi and deflates the NPP

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Folks, the Talensi by-election is over and victory belongs to B.T. Baba and the NDC. This victory underscores the NDC’s strength in that area and others that it can clinch despite the dry, irritating noise made by its opponents. Those rooting for the NDC do better […]

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Have you considered the “Loading Boy?”

To be a loading boy does not need prerequisite requirements, such as the provision of a CV for the job that is likely to earn one an average of about GH₵ 240 a week and almost GH₵ 1000 cedis a month

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