Opinions

Alan’s Plan Is Sheer Chimera

I whole-heartedly agree with Mr. Alan John Kwadwo "Quitman" Kyerematen's argument that a more viable and sustainable method ought to be devised to ensure that New Patriotic Party administrators at the regional and district levels are able to perform their duties as full-time employees of the party machine

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Health Benefits Of Fasting

Fasting is a religious and spiritual exercise practiced by the early prophets through whom religions were routed to mankind. Of all the religions it is only Islam that institutionalized fasting as one of the five pillars of the religion

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No Upper House or Prime Minister for Ghana, Mr. Kufuor

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Saturday, July 12, 2014 Folks, the national discourse on our problems of under-development continues. Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has struck a rhythm on serious political dynamics that should not be left uncommented on because it entails a lot. And I see a lot wrong with that rhythm. First, let’s get to know what Kufuor’s ...

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The Source Of The Nile Decoded 1

Yet again, a possible answer, of course, is not so much a question of merely locating the source of Life’s complexities as utilizing the locational source to tame or domesticate Life, O Great People of the World, if that were indeed remotely plausible

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Finally, something to confirm my stance

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Friday, July 11, 2014 Folks, I haven’t made any secret of my vitriolic reaction to the orchestrations by the Mahama-loathing politicians and their unwitting followers, especially in criticizing those taking to the street in the name of freedom of association and speech to condemn President Mahama as the cause of the country’s woes in our ...

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These anti-Mahama people are really suffering

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Wednesday, July 9, 2014 My good friends, so much has emerged for us to know how the anti-Mahama elements are doing their dirty politics. They began by using the opportunities given them by our democracy to register their protest (even with their loss at the general elections, which they contested at the Supreme Court to ...

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Is the United Nations threatening anti-gay Ghana and others?

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Tuesday, July 8, 2014 Folks, the latest development is that the United Nations has agreed to recognize and respect the rights of its staff members who are gay/homosexual. It is reported that the UN will support them in every way to live their lives as such, even within the premises of the UN Headquarters. Of ...

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