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Rampant corruption cost NDC 2016 election

ghanaweb.com Columnist: K. Badu I have been incurring the wrath of the brassbound NDC Party loyalists for relentlessly criticising the erstwhile NDC administration on its failure to curb the sleazes and corruptions which somehow brought economic meltdown. I have maintained all along that the NDC Party lost the 2016 election because of the unbridled sleazes and corruptions which destabilised Ghana’s ...

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Seven months of stock of the NPP, what you must know !

It is good to bring into existence, measures and processes in democracy that bring governance to the people. For that matter, the president meeting the press to interact with them, is always commendable. This was practiced, as far as I can remember, under President Kufour, continued by President John Evans Atta Mills, by President John Dramani Mahama and now by ...

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Why Office Of Special Prosecutor Is Beyond Debate

Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D. The cautionary note by House Speaker Aaron Michael Oquaye to President Addo DankwaAkufo-Addo, vis-à-vis the establishment of the Office of the Special Independent Prosecutor, while perfectly in order was, nevertheless, rather unnecessary (See “Speaker Cautions Akufo-Addo Over Office of Special Prosecutor” MyJoyOnline.com / Ghanaweb.com 7/18/17). It was wholly unnecessary because the very Article 88 of the ...

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5 things you can try before breaking up

Source:UK Cosmo No matter how long you’ve been together, if the relationship isn’t going well then it’s really hard to know when you should actually break up. You want to give your relationship every chance you can to do well and for things to get back on track— but, let’s be honest, you don’t want to waste your time either. ...

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10 Lessons I Wish I Knew Before I Graduated From University

It’s that memorable time of the year again― graduation of university students. The joy on the faces of graduates is so conspicuous. In fact, we were all told there was more rest after school only to realize there was even more work. No matter how much academic life stressed you, the issues of life will even stress you more! Well, ...

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MP Asleep On The Job !

The school at Agbeve in the South Tongu District is celebrating their 75th anniversary this December. I am the secretary to the anniversary committee and appealed to my friend Helen Nellis, the Lord Lieutenant of Bedfordshire in UK and the husband Prof. Joe Nellis to help build a Nursery\kindergarten and an ICT centre to commemorate the occasion. They agreed and ...

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Tell it as it is by Prince Mashela from the Sowetan Times ..

Source:sowetantimes.com In the midst of the political confusion that has gripped our country many people are wondering if we have come to the end of South Africa. The answer is simple: the thing called an “end” does not exist, not in relation to a country. SA will be there long after Jacob Zuma is gone. What Zuma has done is ...

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Capturing and displaying of dead bodies ….

The issue of capturing and displaying of dead bodies who have either died naturally or through accident, had been a difficult issue to deal with and control on social media. The social media space has become an avenue for the projection and presentation of views that are varied, making the subject one that is never accepted universally. In an attempt ...

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