Opinions

Ecobank’s Sinking Image

It has become a common norm for many businesses to take Ghanaians for granted once they get their foothold in the country and start making huge profits at the backs of their customers. As a result, many of these businesses who roll out excellent services at the beginning of their operations, over time, resort to stinking services much to the disadvantage of Ghanaians

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Kufour Is Akufo-Addo’s New Campaign Manager

Strange things are happening these days in the country’s political gamut, and I bet stranger things which are yet to unfold are still in the pipeline. That is why bizarre things we never assumed to be possibilities in the political playing field are weirdly enough unfolding before our very eyes

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Kennedy Agyapong apologizes… Who goes next?

We may be tempted to heave a sigh of guarded relief at what we have just heard: that the NPP’s Kennedy Agyapong has apologized to President Mills for insulting him last Saturday. He aired the apology in an interview with Citi FM’s Umaru Sanda Amadu (Ghanaweb, February 24, 2012)

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Kennedy Agyapong’s Apology Just Hollow

There is this anonymous ancient proverb wrongly attributed to Euripides that “Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad.” The Member of Parliament for Assin North, Kennedy Agyapong, who simply does not know or understand what the word honourable or subtlety means, has been running fowl with his mouth ever since he was elected a parliamentarian

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Classy President Mills

When leaders speak to their citizenry or deliver addresses to their lawmakers, many have used those occasions to rise beyond partisan predispositions to demonstrate how deep they care about their countries and the welfare of their people

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NDC: Time To Mend Bridges Not To Burn It

Two months after President John Evans Atta Mills was sworn into office in 2009, his National Democratic Party (NDC) started bleeding from incessant criticisms from its own members, notably, the party’s founder and former president, Efo Rawlings and the largest opposition party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP)

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Feature: Ghana Politics: Who will be proud of this Parliament?

Ghanaians must be bothered by the manner in which our Parliamentarians are misconducting themselves. What transpired during President Mills’ presentation of the State of the Nation Address on Thursday is a clear confirmation that our Legislature is made up of people who are taking an undue advantage of Ghanaians’ patience and tolerance to create needless tension in the system

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