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Do Some NPP Members Still Have Fervent Hope in “Agenda 2020?”

Ghanaweb.com Columnist: Adofo, Rockson What is “Agenda 2020? Agenda 2020 is a malicious plot by some members of the NPP to scupper Nana Akufo Addo’s chances of winning Election 2016 hence killing his dream of ever becoming the President of Ghana. This malevolent plan was/is masterminded and spearheaded principally by those who had wanted Alan Kyeremateng, alias Alan Cash, to ...

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Indiscipline and corruption, cause of our downfall

Columnist: The Mirror I have come to notice, upon critical observation, that this country is reeling under the yoke of the twin canker of indiscipline and corruption. Nothing else. If only we could do something about these two cancers that are blighting our country, Ghana would once again have the opportunity of holding its head high among the comity of ...

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No Room For An Asp. Critical News…….

Posted by Business in Ghana on August 18, 2013 Sydney Casely-Hayford, sydney@bizghana.com Sitting down to write this morning, I did as I do, read comments to my articles, gauging sentiment, guiding my focus and maybe bias, because we all have them.  It always happens that you veer directionally with sentiment and maybe offend some readers.  So this week, I thought ...

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Separate and impoverished

  BY JESSE JACKSON October 20, 2015 Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Democratic candidate for president, shocked people when he noted that 51 percent of African-Americans aged 17 through 20 who have graduated high school or dropped out of high school are unemployed. PolitiFact.com confirmed the statement as “mostly true,” suggesting that the numbers might even be worse than Sanders suggested. ...

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Fighting corruption in Ghana -who’s responsibility ?

Columnist: Darrah, Francis Corruption has become one of the leading topics of discussion in Ghana today and it has dominated the airwaves the most .Corruption is a cancer that does no good to any Nation. As much as we speak against this ailment , such should we plan strategies to eradicate it . Fighting corruption is a collective responsibility of ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Comparing Anas and Manasseh

Many years ago, when my “Kofi Manu” was about the size of my little finger and I was not yet qualified to shower in the bathroom, two musicians ruled the entertainment industry in Ghana. They were Daddy Lumba and Nana Acheampong. The rivalry and controversy surrounding them was so pronounced that at that tender age, the tiny little boy growing ...

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How Legon Ladies Dress

Source..www.manassehazure.com/ Dear Serwaa, I’m writing in response to what you said about the dress code of ladies in my school, the University of Ghana, Legon. Before I proceed, however, let me caution you to keep this letter more securely than a diplomatic cable. Our republic is getting scary, and there seems to be no secret these days. Individual bank statements ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Why I’m sad for Nana Aba Anamoah but commend TV3

Source..www.manassehazure.com/ When I heard the news Saturday evening, I wanted to know whose favour the pendulum of public opinion swung. So I logged in to Facebook. And, as I had expected, that was the subject trending. Nana Aba Anamoah was overwhelmingly courting public sympathy. She courted and still courts my sympathy, except that I do not condemn her employers. I ...

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