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Sankofa:TWO YEARS OF JUBILEE FIELDS OPERATION: 2011 AND 2012

On 21st December, 2012, I released a short article titled “The Jubilee Fields: Losses Suffered by Ghana.” It was carried by a number of websites all over the world before it was blocked by some unknown person/s if one googles for it. For the benefit of those who did not have access to read it, they can follow the link ...

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Ghana: Going to hospital to die..by Benedicta Baka

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 and ...

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Mahama desperately fights to keep his job….*Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.

President John Dramani Mahama’s application to the Supreme Court seeking clarification on specific issues to be determined in Nana Akufo-Addo’s contestation of the legitimacy of the former’s presidency, shockingly demonstrates a pathetic lack of appreciation for electoral democracy. It also, more than anything else, underscores the desperate struggle of the former Atta-Mills lieutenant to saving his blighted and heavily damaged ...

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Sankofa: Corruption In Ghana-By Kwesi Atta Sakyi

Corruption is any act undertaken with the aim of personal pecuniary or financial gratification. It is an illegal, unethical and bad behavior which is unprofessional, unpatriotic, unchristian and inhuman. It involves soliciting for bribes, kickbacks or acting deliberately to delay service delivery in order for the recipient of the service to do something, to speed up the process by offering ...

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Musings from the diaspora – Kwesi Atta Sakyi

On Wednesday, 6th March 2013, Ghana celebrated 56 years of independence. Really, with the recent happenings in our country, some of us bowed down our heads in shame. Not when GFA had been alleged to have spent $15 million on the Black Stars, led by the clueless Kwasi Appiah who let us down badly at Afcon Championship in South Africa. ...

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The rot at Ho polytechnic

Life is a learning process. Human beings are born to learn and build on whatever experience gained to grow up and develop. We are different from animals who act by instinct and this is systematic and will occur when the time is due.  But human as we are, we must learn everything that we do on this earth. The fact ...

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Who Unlocked Mr. Kpegah?

The last time that I was compelled to rejoin his running pedestrian brand of foolery, I admonished the children – if he has any – and, in fact, the entire Kpegah clan, to lock up their motor-mouth patriarch before he irreparably made a mess of whatever might be left of his professional reputation as a former Acting Chief Justice of ...

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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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