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The lie about voter fraud is the real fraud

BY JESSE JACKSON After President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey because of, as Trump admitted, the “Russian thing,” he struck a new blow to American democracy: He created a commission on “election integrity,” stemming from his fantastical claims of voter fraud in the 2016 election. In reality, fraudulent voting is virtually nonexistent. The claims of widespread voter fraud ...

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Sam OKudzeto expresses his thoughts on the UK visa fraud

Source : Facebook post by Honorable Ablah Dzifa Gorleku! I have followed media discussions of British High Commissioner Jon Benjamin’s letter to the Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament with much interest as the Ranking Member of Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs. In contrast to those who have questioned why the said confidential letter was leaked to the media, I take a ...

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Education has truly failed us as a country!

Source: Prosper Yaw Tsikata When you turn to the north, you find so-called witchcamps; turn to the middle belt, people are climbing escalators in the opposite direction or are avoiding them; turn to the south, people are parading a visibly disabled person as their newly found god; turn to the east, you find dipsomaniacs who are believed to have a ...

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The Politics of Ghana Consulates in the United States.

Opinions expressed by the author does not necessarily reflect the views of the management of sankofaonline.com. I believe the purpose of opening a Ghana consulate in any city in the United States is to alleviate some of the responsibilities of the Ghana Embassy in Washington. The opening of a consulate I believe depends on the population of Ghanaians in the ...

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Open letter to former President Rawlings

Columnist: Michael Sumaila Nlasia Your Excellency, One day this year, as I was walking by my perpetually empty locker, I was struck by your memory. I cannot identify what sparked its conception, but as your thoughts started to grow, thinking of possible solutions and analyzing and assessing feasibility issues began to consume me. My late father called this “ripe manifestation” ...

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IS GENERAL E. K. KOTOKA OUR HERO? My answer is yes.

Anytime I must respond to this question, I tremble. April 17 was the day he was killed fifty years ago. The day passed unmarked albeit by a solemn ceremony in our native village Fiaxor in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region. Frankly, I may not be the best person to defend Gen. E. K. Kotoka. Simply because he is ...

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A Woman Doesn’t Need A Man

Women don’t need men; a woman is a need to a man and not the other way round. Until every woman knows this and not be the one who needs a man, the one chasing men for marriage but rather becoming the one a man needs, any relationship with a man in the name of marriage will amount to nothing.  ...

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100 days of President Nana Addo’s Government

100 days of Nana Addo’s government. The high and low points with overall score. High points 1. Restoration of educational allowances cancelled by the NDC government 2. Payment of N-Gas debt that accumulated under NDC 3. Some reduction of fuel prices 4. Stabilization of the local currency with some appreciation against the major foreign currencies 5. Removal of 17.5% tax ...

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