Opinions

Bawumia Is A Damn-Blasted Liar

The economy usually trumps other social issues as the substratum for politicians to hammer on their opponents especially incumbent governments, in their bid to seek political power. That is why we have this famous phrase "It's the economy, stupid", which was widely used by Bill Clinton during his successful 1992 presidential campaign against then president George Bush

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Opinion: If President Mills must go…

Let’s be serious in any discussion of our leadership problems. Here is something to start with (from the great J.E. Casely Hayford’s propositions on Leadership in West Africa): The story goes that a flock of birds once set out to find a king. And they climbed a high mountain if only they could find him there. And they climbed and climbed until they scaled the topmost peak, and there they did find him. But—he was only a bird!!!

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Nana Akufo-Addo On The Run

The NPP folks love to bash and jab the NDC whenever they want to score despicable political points. In fact, the NPP people hardly waste any time to throw their arsenals every time they see a cheap loophole looming

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Opinion: Bawumia opens the hornet’s nest and…..

In his first major appearance on a politically motivated event to engage the major concern of Ghanaians (the state of the country’s economy), the NPP’s Mahamudu Bawumia presented a catalogue of critiques that the NPP activists have described as a “brilliant” analysis but which the official response from the Ministry of Finance and government spokesmen trashed as “intellectual dishonesty.”

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President Mills Should Boycott The Presidential Debate

Just last week, the professed Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) out-doored an eleven-member Presidential Debate Committee to hold three presidential debates before the December 7 elections. But there have been some genuine hue and cry from some political parties notably the NDC, CPP and PNC concerning the composition of the committee

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Are Prosecutors Sabotaging The NDC Government?

I am not a lawyer, but in my laywoman’s view, prosecuting attorneys or lawyers on the whole work for governments to try criminal cases in court. A prosecuting attorney normally instigates and clutches out legal proceedings against an accused person and works to convict criminals or secure other forms of justice

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