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Do our MPs and Judges not know their statutory functions, Kwaku Azar?

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, July 18, 2014 But for its contradictory and paradoxical implications, the legal suit filed against the Attorney-General, the President, and the Constitution Review Implementation Committee by Stephen Kwaku Asare (who writes under the moniker, “Kwaku Azar,” on Ghanaweb and other online media) wouldn’t have turned my crank. His suit says “Professor Dankwah and his ...

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Prostate Problems In Black Men! What Is Reality?

Welcome to the world of men’s prostate problems! Prostate cancer is an interesting disease forks! To treat or not to treat is also interesting because the disease itself is also slow growing and if left untreated will not cause any problem and men will eventually die of other medical conditions and not prostate cancer

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President Mahama has re-aligned his team, but…..

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, July 16, 2014 My good friends, President Mahama has moved on to reshuffle his team, bringing in new faces, shifting some appointees around, disbanding the Ministry of Information (to gladden my heart!), and retaining some appointees at post. The “old faces” have either been moved to new portfolios or retained to suggest the amount ...

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Congratulations to the NPP Minority in Parliament!

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Tuesday, July 15, 2014 Folks, Parliament is said to have approved a loan facility being negotiated by the government to equip the Ghana Armed Forces, even though the Minority had vehemently opposed it because it wasn’t satisfied with some crucial aspects of the terms. (See: http://www.myjoyonline.com/politics/2014/July-15th/minority-washes-hands-off-fraudulent-military-loan.php) The loan facility totaling 300 million dollars is to ...

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Renouncing Ghanaian Citizenship Shouldn’t Alarm Anybody!

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Tuesday, July 15, 2014 News reports that the number of Ghanaians renouncing their Ghanaian citizenship and re-engineering themselves as citizens of other countries don’t surprise me at all. Naturalization is a common practice that will persist for as long as human beings migrate from one region to the other, motivated by diverse reasons, and become ...

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Prodding government appointees: President Mahama is right!

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Monday, July 14, 2014 Folks, President Mahama is reported to have introduced an innovative approach toward managing the process for recruitment and dismissal of persons to public office. And as is to be expected, those who have positioned themselves to see nothing good coming from him have jumped on him to condemn. I see nothing ...

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Our FA Executives Require Psychiatric Examination

The 2014 World Cup Tournament has been especially intriguing, if also because it has instructively revealed the fact that it takes far more than a nation's track-record in the game to make any remarkable headway towards the most coveted trophy in this most global of sporting activities

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