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Has our independence served its purpose?

By ghanaweb.com columnist: Alexander Nyarko Yeboah The 6th of March 1957 does not only mark the independence day of the Republic of Ghana but also signifies the emancipation of the black man from imperialist domination and control. The independence of Ghana is, therefore, symbolic of the freedom and liberation of the African. The question, however, is that fifty-nine years on, ...

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Why I Have Not Endorsed Any Candidate

By:Samaria Rice on medium.com Reflections from a Mom of the Movement Over the past few weeks, I had been approached by many people all with the same question: Who will I endorse for President of the United States? I have heard this even more since the launch of the Justice For Tamir Speak Out Tour. I have watched as my ...

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The Fulani Menace in Ghana: Real causes and solutions!

Source: Bedzra Boni We have been ruminating about the recent clashes between Fulani herdsmen and communities around Ghana with great concern. This concern arises from the fact that Ghanaians killing each other in this manner is foreign to our culture and upbringing! The worse is that we do not see the current leadership in the country addressing the problem adequately! ...

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FEATURE: OPEN LETTER TO SPEAKER OF PARLIAMENT: FORMAL REQUEST FOR SPEAKER’S FORUM AS FINAL ARBITER

OPEN LETTER TO SPEAKER OF PARLIAMENT: FORMAL REQUEST FOR SPEAKER’S FORUM AS FINAL ARBITER From: Prof Lungu / GIGS/ FTOS-ANON /GUNA /GhanaHero.com 8TH MARCH, 2016 THE SPEAKER OF PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENT OF GHANA PARLIAMENT HOUSE ACCRA. SUBJ: Part II RESPONSE TO PETROLEUM COMMISSION OVERVIEW: GHANA OIL AND GAS FISCAL REGIME – CLARIFICATION MEETING WITH PARLIAMENT FORMAL REQUEST FOR SPEAKER’S FORUM AS ...

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ON 6 MARCH 1957, I WOULD NEVER HAVE BELIEVED THAT….By CAMERON DUODU

When I stood at the New Polo Ground in Accra at midnight on 5 March 1957, within earshot of Dr Kwame Nkrumah, as he whispered to Mr Krobo Edusei, “Bepae ma me!” (Come and do the opening salutation me!) and heard Krobo respond by yelling with gusto: “CHOOOOOBOI!”….. “CHOOOOOBOI!”, to be greeted with probably the loudest YEEEEEEEEEEIIIIIIIIIIIII!! ever uttered on ...

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Otabil is 101% right; the state has no business in hospitals & schools

Ghanaweb.com Columnist: Philip Kobina Baidoo Jnr A prominent economist once said that if you assign the management of the Sahara desert to a government there will be shortage of sand. I am sorry to explain this further for the benefit of those who think I am writing a Kantian thesis. What this means is that when you leave the management ...

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Duodu Cameron Duoduo writes: I would never have believed that…

ghanaweb.com Columnist: Cameron Duoduo When I stood at the New Polo Ground in Accra at midnight on 5 March 1957, within earshot of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah as he whispered to Mr. Krobo Edusei, “Bepae ma me!” (Come and do the opening salutation for me!) and heard Krobo yell with gusto: “CHOOOOOBOI!”….. “CHOOOOOBOI!”, I would never have believed that 59 years ...

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WHAT IS MOBILOMANIA? IS IT TELEPHILIA? ! By CAMERON DUODU

WHAT IS MOBILOMANIA? IS IT TELEPHILIA? ! By CAMERON DUODU K1: Koo, how are you coping with this technological age? The smart phones, in particular, keep changing and becoming more complex! And so – inevitably – the secret services of governments everywhere want them to do all their work for them, by sitting back and tapping — into mobile phones! ...

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