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THE OBTUSE IGNORANCE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RED CARPET AND TRENDING PHOTOS!

By. Kofi B. KUKUBOR Governance is protocol ( the official procedure or system of rules governing affairs of state or diplomatic occasions) and protocol is the etiquette (the customary code of polite behaviour in society or among members of a particular profession or group) of ceremonial functions. In the affairs of official state functions, the collection of dignitaries, the location ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Has Akufo-Addo just repeated Mahama’s blunder?

Our wise elders have warned us that if a man dies by stumbling over a stone, we do not run to his funeral. For the fear of also stumbling, we walk carefully to such funerals. Perhaps, it is because of this conventional wisdom that some people grumble that President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has made a dangerous gamble. They say ...

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Re: Let’s be thankful to Mahama – Akufo-Addo to Ghanaians

Having just got out of bed with intent to write about either the uncompleted but ongoing Kumawu hospital with all its attendant infrastructural defects and, or an advice to the Chief Justice, Mrs Theodora Georgina Wood, I miraculously chanced upon a publication on Ghanaweb titled, “Let’s be thankful to Mahama – Akufo-Addo to Ghanaians” under their General News of Saturday, ...

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Special prosecutor Martin Amidu will swim in a sea of political sharks!

ghanaweb.com Columnist: Kwarteng, Francis “Never make a politician grant you a favor; they will always want to control you forever” (Bob Marley, “Revolution”). What we expect of Martin Amidu as a potential special prosecutor Of course we will be extremely elated if Martin Amidu should get assigned to a portfolio in the incoming Akufo-Addo government, say a Special Prosecutor, Independent ...

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Open Letter To The Executive Secretary National Accreditation Board of Ghana (NAB)

December 28, 2016 The Executive Secretary National Accreditation Board of Ghana (NAB) Accra, Ghana Dear Sir: We wish to draw the attention of the National Accreditation Board (NAB) to the following and seek action thereof: I. Nana Appiagyei Dankawoso holds himself out as a holder of an honorary doctorate degree conferred by the Dayspring University in the United States of ...

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IN PRAISE OF THE AFRICAN WAY: Exploring a Ghanian approach to worship

Ghanaian pastor Fred Osei Annin spoke to James Attlee about the importance of worship to Christians of all nations. Fred Osei Annin Several hours before the main service at the central branch church of The Full Gospel Evangelistic Ministry in Tema, Ghana, is due to begin the long low wooden structure is humming with activity. “Sunday School” in Ghana is ...

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A MORE BALANCED PERSPECTIVE AFTER AN ENCOUNTER WITH EMBASY STAFF

    On Monday, December 19, 2016, I received my Ghanaian passport at the Ghana Embassy in Washington, D.C. Having been disappointed by the mission’s services and having taken to the media to express my frustrations and that of many Ghanaians who require similar services from the embassy, I also find it extremely important to shed light on my encounter ...

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Keta Sea Defense Project: A Good Project, But Bad Investment?

Keta is a low-lying coastal town along the Gulf of Guinea. It used to be one of the biggest commercial centers between the city of Accra, in the Gold Coast, and Lagos in Nigeria. It attracted businesses in between these two cities and beyond. But due to its low-lying nature and closeness to the sea, rising seas levels have eroded ...

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