Opinions

Who is a “Full Ghanaian”?

Buoyed by the fate of the jailed NPP Member of Parliament (MP) for Bawku Central, the brave Victor Okaikoi is reported to have renounced his dual citizenship and has now morphed into a “full Ghanaian” (from half to full) in order to contend for a parliamentary seat

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Akufo Addo Is Finished!

It is true that “Men at some time are masters of their fates… the fault is not in our stars, but in ourselves…” However, for NPP flag-bearer, Akufo-Addo, this truism does not hold sway; it is the fault lies not only in him but also in his stars!

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Greetings from Ghana – My Impressions Part 1

Wow! How Accra is gradually transforming to become a beautiful world class city! It was a wonderful and unforgettable experience for me to spend the last 5 weeks in Ghana from 5th July to 10th August 2012. At 8.p.m on that Thursday, 5th July, our Air Namibia 737 Airbus plane touched down at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) from Lusaka

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Mr President, What Are You Doing?

Do we really need such a gargantuan personality like the President to use state resources to tour the whole nation in the name of thanking all political parties for suspending their political activities and playing a key role in the funeral and burial of the late President John Mills?

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The Electoral Commission Should Tread Cautiously

They are living dangerously. Many a times I hear people say Ghanaians are peace-loving, and as such are not likely to engage in acts that could throw the country to the dogs. This observation could be true to some extent considering the admiration some of us have for our respective religions

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Ahmed Ibrahim Must Be Called to Order

The National Democratic Congress’ Member of Parliament for Tain Constituency’s assertion that the speech delivered by former President John Agyekum-Kufuor at the Danquah Institute-sponsored 2nd Liberty Lecture had been censored by the organizers of the event, could not be more insufferably intemperate

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What Is There to Reshuffle, Anyway?

The decision by Transitional-President John Dramani Mahama not to reshuffle his inherited cabinet may very well be guided by both political expediency and a quite deft strategy at circumventing any attempts by his political opponents to second-guess him

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