Opinions

The NPP’s “Concert Party” is in full swing again

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Monday, November 10, 2014 Folks, I continue to wonder why the NPP people think that it is only when they ratchet up their rogue politics that they will prove to Ghanaians what they are worth. It amazes me that in this 21st century, such a party should give room to just anybody in it to ...

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GES’s Misplaced Priorities

I had intended to only briefly comment on the Ghana Education Service's survey of second-grade pupils that found 98-percent of these six- and seven-year-olds unable to read and understand the English language

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In-Service Sacked Pupil Teachers

Receiving the 2014 National Best Teacher Award in Cape Coast, capital of the Central Region, early last month, Mr. Yahaya Mumuni, of Tumu, in the Upper-West Region, decried the decision by administrators of the Ghana

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This Parliament endangers our democracy

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Saturday, November 8, 2014 Folks, two major events have happened over the past few days that should engage our close attention. Primarily, we should condemn them as dangerous and unacceptable because they threaten our democracy. First, the refusal by Doe Adjaho, Speaker of Parliament to be sworn into office as Acting President. Second, the transaction ...

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