Opinions

Why, oh, why, this Mills government?

The decision by the government to boycott the auspices of the Multi-Media News Group is not only stupid but also cowardly and misplaced. In an election year, every responsible government will maximize every opportunity to propagate its message to the citizenry in the hope of informing them, allaying their fears and doubts, and preparing them to make informed choices at the polls

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Who Betrayed Kofi Adams?

“Don't flatter yourself that friendship authorizes you to say disagreeable things to your intimates. The nearer you come into relation with a person, the more necessary do tact and courtesy become”. - Oliver Wendell Holmes

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Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, Why Now?

“Life is a series of surprises and would not be worth taking or keeping if it were not.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson. Indeed, if life were not full of surprises, which come with ups and downs, I would not have decided to write this article today

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How does Rawlings expect Ghanaians to remember him?

It is pathetic that despite all the good work that Rawlings has done for the country, he is the very person staining his own image many years after leaving office. By constantly erring on the part of the wrong cause, he has fast become a bugbear. He has been told this plain truth for many years now, but he hasn’t changed for the better

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NDC Should Suspend Kofi Adams Immediately

There is this famous quote in Galatians 6:7 that, “Make no mistake about this. You can never make a fool out of God. Whatever you plant is what you’ll harvest” (God’s Word Translation). If this celebrated extract from the Bible is any guide, then as human beings and individuals we must watch exactly what we do lest we fall into the very pit we dig for others. If you remember the story of Haman the Agagite and Mordecai, you will understand me better

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When an NDC supporter kills the NDC…

Ghanaian politics may be full of nonsense but nothing justifies the folly with which some functionaries of some political parties turn the dagger on their own parties, working feverishly to paint them black and praying hard that they will be rejected at the polls by the electorate

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Rawlings snubs the NDC… to gain what?

As Fate would have it, former President Rawlings refused to participate in the rally by the Greater Accra Regional branch of the NDC at Mantse Agbonaa in James Town, Accra, today (Saturday, March 17, 2012). Kofi Adams, his spokesman, justified that decision, saying that Rawlings had issues with the party and won’t allow himself to be used by anybody to pursue his political ambitions

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Don’t destroy our tradition with your abject hypocrisy; Mr President!!!

During last year’s independence celebration at the independence square, the pouring of libation which has always been part of our nation’s official events was conspicuously missing. Concerns were raised at the time and the reason given by officialdom and other apologists of the current administration was that “it was an oversight” and that the anomaly was going to be corrected so that it doesn’t occur again

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Imani Ghana Also Jabs Akufo-Addo

I do not hate Nana Akufo-Addo. Neither do I envy him or disrespect him. But as a Ghanaian who has a stake in the national cake by virtue of being a tax payer just as every other Ghanaian, I have every right under the sun to question the authenticity and viability of the promises he has been unloading on the campaign trail

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Re: Nana Akufo-Addo Rules Out Money Grabbers

Mr. Yaw Osafo-Maafo, is known to many Ghanaians as a banker who once served as the managing director of the National Investment Bank during the Rawlings regime until he was booted out. He has been friends with ex-president for many years so it was not difficult for Osafo-Maafo to join Kufuor’s campaign team in both the 1996 and 2000 presidential elections

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