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BISHOP TITI-OFEI WRITES: “From Bole Bamboi to Kyebi: I can’t think far!”

Written by Bishop Gideon Titi-Ofei From Bole Bamboi to Kyebi from Kyebi to Bole Bamboi, it is far, yet I can’t think far. I can’t think far because they say your vote is your right but in actual fact your vote is their rise. The rise that takes them far away from you, too far to reach them. I can’t ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: The Messiah, disciple and the disabled

    Written by Manasseh Azure Awuni Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur squatting beside a woman with physical disability One could almost hear the voice calling out to the Messiah. This voice, however, did not sound like the desperate and genuine voices that called out to Jesus Christ as he moved among the multitudes, healing the sick, raising the dead ...

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Poem of the Week: LEST WE FORGET

By :Dr. Padmore Agbemabiese When moments leave plenty of thorns on the road Forget not the smiles or the blooms of our dance. When tears drop like words too coarse to bear Forget not the old saccharine melody of my voice. Let them be the spices in recipes of our love To invoke memories of warmness in my arms. When ...

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RE: EC Drags Ayariga to CID

Fellow Ghanaians, we told you so! One of the issues we, Dotse and Tsikata, raised in our investigative report was the lack of trust among our state institutions. The manifestation of this phenomenon exhibit itself in the ways some of our state institutions relate to one another. The National Accreditation Board of Ghana (NAB), by its legal instrument, designate some ...

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Local focus could prevent another useless debate

BY JESSE JACKSON October 18, 2016 The final presidential debate takes place Wednesday night in Las Vegas, the famed home of boxing, wrestling and MMA showdowns. Millions will tune in looking for another slugfest. But Las Vegas isn’t simply about boxing matches and casinos. The challenges faced by the city, the state and the region should inform the debate. Unfortunately, ...

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This is the incorruptible Akufo-Addo for you

Folks, the only claim that seems to be working well for the NPP’s Akufo-Addo in his campaign to have a third bite at the Presidential pie is that he is neither corrupt nor corruptible. He has trumpeted it all and left a trail for his buffs to hang on to as they project him as a saviour direly needed by ...

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Musing of a Ghanaian living abroad

Andy Kwawukume

I just returned from a short trip from Ghana. What I saw and heard indeed reinforced beyond my belief that uncivilised idiots and morons without a clue what the civilising process is and unconscionable “thieves and thiefettes” have been misruling Ghana, I must say, since independence. And I have first hand evidence, starting from the early ’60s. Ghanaians, in general, ...

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Continuing Riposte: Of fake degrees and journals – The inconvenient conversation African universities must have

The ongoing discourse on academic credentials and credible outlets for knowledge production and dissemination is not for “much ado about nothings,” who have absolutely nothing to contribute to the discourse in ways that challenge the status quo for the betterment of our educational prospects in UPSA, Ghana, and elsewhere in Sub-Saharan Africa. It is an invitation to those who abhor ...

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