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Talking Drum: Freeing Aisha Huang, may thunder fire Nana Addo’s government!

Columnist: Solomon Mensah A day before my traveling from Sunyani, the capital of Bono Region, to Accra, I promised myself that I would have a good meal. Being the last born of ten children, I don’t struggle for food whenever I go on a visit in that region. So, I ate bits and pieces of foods that came my way. ...

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Ghana needs a college of common sense to work !

“When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost”- Billy Graham. Fitting Graham’s words into the African context, it seems all is gone for us. At the center of the Ghanaian endeavor is attitude or character which mares our very development. In Ghana, mention can be made of ...

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In The Beggining Was Anas ….Lecturer!

In the beginning, was Anas And Anas was a journalist And Anas was a mere reporter at Crusading Guide. Anas covered political press conferences and mundane parliamentary debates and beauty pageants and rainfall patterns. But Anas was not happy. Anas saw that the stories he covered did not address the issues that were dear to his heart. Anas saw that ...

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John Mahama Did Not Paint Us Black -Manasseh

MANASSEH WRITES: *Why John Mahama did not paint us black* FEBRUARY 16, 2019 President Mahama’s photograph in the NDC 2016 manifesto The Senior Minister, Mr. Yaw Osafo-Marfo, is fuming furiously about the meeting between former President John Dramani Mahama and foreign diplomats at which the former president briefed the diplomats on acts of violence by thugs linked to the governing ...

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Kwami Alorvi Cautions Education Minister !

KWAMI ALORVI’S MESSAGE TO HON. MINISTER OF EDUCATION Napo, it seems you are getting completely confused about what education is meant to be in Ghana. Any pronouncement you make about our education in the country sends shivers to my system. 1. You are going to change duration of University education from 4 to 3 years. 2. You are going to ...

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Arthur Kennedy

President Akufo-Addo’s Historic Duty To Fix Political Victimization And Violence In Ghana – Dr. Arthur Kobina Kennedy

The violence that accompanied the Ayawaso West Wuogon by election has been analyzed and condemned rightly by many. To put matters in context, victimization and violence in our politics is older than our Republic. It began in the CPP-Matemeho clashes in the 1950’s before our independence. It has had many editions and the current versions date to the roots of ...

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Evil Persist When Good Men Refuse To Speak

After becoming one of the promising democratic countries in Africa, we have suddenly hit the reverse gear and hastily undoing all that we have achieved as a nation democratically and speeding close to the abyss. We witnessed the abysmal performance of the Electoral Commission (EC) during the referenda to create new regions. Unfortunately, the President of the Republic Nana Akuffo ...

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Mensah Thompson of ASEPA writes on the bye-elections !

*Mensah Thompson of ASEPA writes…* It’s been 24 hours since some rascal thugs terrorised the people of Ayawaso West Wuogon, physically assaulted many of them and shot some of them.The number casualties for the mayhem was reported to be around 18 after close of day yesterday and till now, no official statement from government,the Minister for National Security and Interior ...

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