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Only a ‘fool’ believes Ghana can export power – Tarzan responds to President’s claim.

A former Chief Executive Officer of the Volta River Authority, Dr Wereko-Brobby has described anybody who claims Ghana can be a net exporter of electricity as a “gyimifuo,” to wit ‘a fool’ in English. Presidents past and present, as well as technocrats in charge of energy generation in the country have claimed that Ghana has the means to develop and ...

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Open letter to President John Dramani Mahama

Dear President Mahama, I am writing to you as a proud National Democratic Congress (NDC) activist with high hope in my heart for our great party. I have listened to you keenly since you became the President of Ghana and your commitment to job creation and preserving the peace within the NDC family and the nation as a whole is ...

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EC buys time but petitioners say no

The Supreme Court will sit today to consider a request from the Electoral Commission (EC) asking the court to vary its orders in a petition challenging the legitimacy of President John Dramani Mahama. In a motion on notice filed on behalf of the EC by its solicitors, Lynes Quashie-Idun and Co, the EC urged the court to vary its April ...

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No need to panic; Health Minister assures Ghanaians :Meanwhile 2 are dead due to the strike action..

Health Minister Sherry Ayittey says there’s no need for the public to panic despite the threat of withdrawal of all emergency health services by striking Doctors if their grievances are not addressed by next week. The Minister toured the Ridge and 37 military Hospitals in Accra on Tuesday to mitigate the effect of the Doctors’ strike. She said all the ...

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Akufo-Addo wants Justice Kpegah punished but ….

  Folks, I know very well how uncomfortable some people are that I continue to write on the suit brought against Akufo-Addo by Justice Kpegah. Comments from them and e-mail messages attacking my personality instead of raising issues to help us all find the missing link in Akufo-Addo’s life between 1067 and June 1971 won’t intimidate me at all to ...

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Super Spider Discovered in Sri Lanka

by VOA News Arachnophobes beware! Your worst nightmare has been discovered in the form of a venomous and quick-moving tarantula the size of your face that lives in the forests of northern Sri Lanka. The colorful creature boasts a leg span of up to 20 centimeters across and belongs to the genus Poecilotheria, according to Wired magazine. Spiders in this ...

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Politics in Ghana Shouldn’t be a Goldmine Field!!

Holders of public office as politicians in so-called democracies in many developping countries as well as dictators across the world have been known to be mega-rich in their respective countries. As to how they have come to acquire and amass such wealth always raises eyebrows and makes people dumbfunded. Who dares ask how and where from? Most African leaders especially ...

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Bin Laden Son-in-Law Back in Court

NEW YORK — A federal court hearing was held in New York for alleged terrorist Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law. His trial date may be pushed well into the future because of federal budget problems. Monday’s court session was a preliminary hearing on setting a date for a terrorism trial for Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law, Sualaiman Abu Gaith. ...

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