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OBRONI’S MIND: The Ghanaian ‘manhood’; onaapo!

That manhood may look small from afar but upon penetration, one feels its weight and length. The feelings could be sweet, bitter or confusing depending on the receiver. That manhood can give you an everlasting orgasm and render the faint-hearted paralyzed for years. Sometimes I wonder the kind of God that created Ghanaians because they are hospitable, genuine, sympathetic, forgiving, ...

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Let’s stop running Ghanaian Foreign Missions Like village shops

On Monday, November 28, 2016, I visited the Ghana Embassy in Washington, D.C., to renew my passport. After submitting my application with an amount of $180, I was told the one in charge of taking the photographs for the biometric passport was unavailable. I waited for three hours for the officer on that schedule to return to take the photo. ...

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The NPP ‘Tsunami’….By Frank Agyekum

Source:Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo’s facebook wall! It has been long in coming. Eight long years it took. The wait was hard, difficult and at times, unbearable. There were times too, when it looked as if, the goal was unreachable. But in all this, the main celebrant kept faith. He propped up his followers; he nudged them forward; he cajoled them ...

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Manasseh Azure’s folder : President Mahama’s concession speech !

President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa AKufo-Addo and President John Dramani Mahama Good evening, my fellow countrymen and women. A few minutes ago, I made the most difficult phone call I have made, and may ever make, in my life: I called President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party to congratulate him on his well-fought and well-deserved victory in ...

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A special Tribute to Mr. G. S. S. Tamakloe(former Headmaster of Zion Secondary School), Anloga.

By: Professor Padmore Agbemabiese. They say a student is lucky to have a great, life-changing teacher in his or her time in the classroom. I never had Mr. GSS Tamakloe as my teacher, but I was truly blessed to have him as my role model in the classroom. In 1986, Mr. Tamakloe recruited me to teach English and Literature in ...

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Feature: Braa Timoo writes: Mahama and brother can sue Naabu for defamation if…

Source: Kweku Antwi-Otoo Ghana and the rest of the world were shocked with the shocking revelation from the opposition New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) ‘no nonsense’ Northern Regional Chairman, Daniel Bugri Naabu of an alleged bribery from President John Mahama and his brother, Ibrahim Mahama. Everyone who heard the news was amazed about the revelations and I believe the President who ...

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Poem: Love is all I’ve Got!

LOVE IS ALL I’VE GOT My Song for you Is sweeter than the song of a nightingale Gentler than the whisper of a spring wind Quieter than the murmur of summer grass Softer than the symphony of hyacinths This is all I’ve got for you. My Song for you Is hypnotic like the splash of blue seas Tinkling like a ...

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Look How Partisan Politics Has Numbed The Critical Faculties Of Ghanaians!

Columnist: Kwarteng, Francis “Conversation doesn’t have to lead to consensus about anything especially not values; it’s enough that it helps people get used to one another” (Kwame Anthony Appiah). The recent fallout between the two major political parties in the vicinity of Akufo-Addo’s Nima residence, in which their members reportedly exchanged gunshots and insults and blows, offers damning insights into ...

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