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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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Going to the hospital to die

As a citizen of Ghana, I’m beginning to wonder whether there is any safety at all for citizens of this country. I still remember when my father was transferred from the Atoa government hospital to the Korle-bu Teaching hospital for further treatment after he was diagnosed of cancer of the lungs. I was getting ready to go and meet him ...

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PRESS RELEASE:ON THE OCCASION OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

  CeDI-Africa would like to draw the nation’s attention to some fundamental issues on the occasion of International Women’s Day today.   Physical assault on any human being is a crime under our criminal code. It does not become any less criminal if the assault is on a woman. Any attempt to make it less offensive and customarily accepted for ...

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Ghana, 56 and crying

The Akans have a saying that literally translates: “A man doesn’t cry”. What this implies is that, an adult must not cry no matter what. It will therefore be deemed shameful for an old man, and for that matter, a man with only 4 years into his retirement to be crying every other day for lack of amenities as basic ...

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Goodbye Chavez, America Never Knew You

News of Hugo Chavez’s death is spreading rapidly. In America, we can anticipate a large collection of articles noting his activities, articles that are nearly all a product of our American/corporate view of the world. These American articles will be mostly negative, a one-sided portrayal of a complex leader who was beloved by much of his country, admired by large ...

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An Open Letter to President Mahama; Merge Police, Prisons and Fire Service

Dear Sir, Letter to the President of Republic of Ghana (Merger of Police, Prisons and Fire Services) Mr. President, I am writing you this letter all in the spirit of contributing my quota towards achieving the Better Ghana Agenda. Mr. President you will agree with me that for us to achieve the better Ghana Agenda, all institutions must work harder; ...

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