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Mahama Is Simply Incompetent! Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.

President Mahama pretty much comes off to me as a miniature model of former President George W. Bush, the Younger Bush who launched the self-glorifying war against the Iraqi dictatorship of the late President Saddam Hussein, a man that both Mr. Bush and his father had once supported and then abruptly and conveniently turned against. Indeed, President Mahama reminds me ...

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The General Legal Council can’t save Akufo-Addo!

Saturday, March 23, 2013 My good friends, here is the latest insider information for you to know how Justice Kpegah’s lawsuit has shaken the Akufo-Addo camp and his supporters in the ranks of the Ghanaian legal system despite their outward show of empty bravado. Very reliable information indicates that the General Legal Council has met on the Kpegah versus Akufo-Addo ...

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Instead of insulting Justice Kpegah… (Part II)

Friday, March 22, 2013 Of course, those NPP officials who have risen to Akufo-Addo’s defence may claim that because he is their flagbearer (and leader?) of the party, they have every right to defend him. But are their public pronouncements and insults against Justice Kpegah the defence? They are wasting their breath, I daresay, because the suit will not be ...

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Tribute to Chinua Achebe

I thought I “knew” Chinua Achebe from his writings until I met him in person when, during my graduate studies in Canada, he visited with my supervisor (Prof. Killam) for six months. Imagine for SIX MONTHS Achebe was visiting the university! I can say without hesitation that the visit is among my most memorable experience in life. I had the ...

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Instead of insulting Justice Kpegah… (Part I)

Friday, March 22, 2013 Former Supreme Court Judge, Justice Francis Kpegah, has sued the NPP flagbearer (Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo) for holding himself out as a lawyer when evidence available to him from sources such as the General Legal Council proves otherwise. And he is surely reaping a harvest of hate, insults, and what-have-you! The questions underlying his suit are: ...

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Adulthood Transitioning

With one daughter married and one son in college we have maneuvered carefully the road from childhood to adulthood. When our son Joshua left for college in August of 2011 there was an abrupt and immediate change. Although our relationship began changing over the course of his senior year in our home school, college brought about an immediate physical change.During ...

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Why president Mahama is wrong on Okudzeto Ablakwa

This piece is a track record analysis for a key appointment and not a personal attack on the person of Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa nor is it on the right to appoint ministers by the president. It is written out of a deep concern and passionate love for my country, her current vision and direction and the impact of these ...

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To Hell with the so-called Government-backed pilgrimage

Black Power Following the publication of my article: “Are Blacks Intellectually Inferior to Whites?” in which I vehemently challenge some western peoples’ assertion that the White race is intellectually superior to Blacks, a number of insulting and abusive emails were received from some pathetic and narrow-minded White folks all over the Western world. Some referred to me as a miserable ...

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