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Barima Sarfo Kantanka writes……

“We will not give you any chalk”, said Mrs Matilda Amissah Arthur. She was not known in the political wrestling arena until her infamous rebuttal to that educationist some time back. That gambit brought her to the arena where she had a full dose of the disgruntled Ghanaians who stood on the other side of the political divide. She hardly ...

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A country of blackmailers!

Source: myjoyonline.com I could only watch about 8 seconds of the Ashaiman accident video. The sight of our women lying bloodied on the street with boxes of tomatoes scattered after being ‘plowed’ by a truck sickened me. I hear one person has been confirmed dead and scores have been severely injured. I thought about what would happen after- it would ...

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African Spectrum Editorial

African Spectrum Editorial The Pastors and the Agonies! If we are invited to a function regardless of what it is be it funeral, outdooring, wedding, birthday etc., the hosts must consider that especially in the Diaspora where most events occur at night, people’s time are of the essence and most patrons are there to socialize with them and not their ...

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Manasseh Azure Awuni Writes on recent Police killings

Manasseh Azure Awuni writes:: This week, the police shot and killed 7 MEN under questionable circumstances. There has not been any outrage apart from the anger and protests by neighbours of the victim. The police officers who did that are free and it doesn’t look like anything good will come out of their so-called investigation. This same week, a police ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Charlotte Osei’s standard and Akufo-Addo’s double standard!

Dear President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, I know you are a very busy man so I will go straight to my reason for this letter without wasting any time on pleasantries. Besides your tight schedule, I have learnt from our elders that a medicine man called to save a dying child does not exchange greetings on arrival. Our nation is ...

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GHANA-THAILAND GREAT RESCUE: WHAT LESSONS?

The successful rescue of the 12 Thai soccer boys and their ex-monk coach has gripped the world. This was a magnificent story on all counts – a story worthy of a Hollywood thriller. CAN THIS HAPPEN IN GHANA? It’s a story with lessons in resilience, never giving up, and doing everything you can – mentally, physically, and spiritually – to ...

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Franklin Cudjoe Writes On Freddy Blay 11 million dollars Bus purchase for NPP!

Franklin Cudjoe writes: “Chairman of the ruling political party in Ghana is a very charitable man. He just bought 275 buses for his party ahead of elections on Saturday. His main opponent sees this as vote buying tactics. But the Chairman says his opponent should appreciate God’s bountiful blessings for the Lord is good. By the way no one knows ...

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Gabby and Cudjoe Clash Over Cost Of Monitoring Voice Tax.

The  exchanges between two of Ghana’s heavy weight think tanks shows that the debate over the cost of voice tax is far from over .  We reproduce below a recent exchange between Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko and Franklin Cudjoe .  Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko: Franklin, I am yet to hear any arithmetically convincing argument against this revenue enhancing expectation [of Kelni-GVG] So, ...

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