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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: The bitter truth Abraham Attah must hear!

Abraham Attah Dear Abraham Attah,I bring you warm greetings from Ghana. I don’t know which part of the world you are right now and I cannot imagine which luxurious hotel is housing you at the moment. But I am happy to tell you that, back home, you are the most popular celebrity in Ghana right now. Your name is a ...

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Solutions to the Fulani saga in Ghana.

By ghanaweb.com Columnist: Ayisi, Gabriel Asare The Fulani saga in Ghana is a serious security situation and must be addressed with the concern it deserves.  First to be ascertained is whether these Fulanis are in the country legally. If they are not in the country legally, then they must be rounded up and deported and the cattle confiscated by the ...

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‘Agu’ Attah: A case for talent dev’t in Ghana

By ghanaweb.com Columnist: Allan Kwaku Buah Abraham Agu, a lead character in Netflix’s “Beasts of No Nation” film, is currently enjoying rare global prominence as a 15 year old Ghanaian boy. Abraham Attah has been well described in some articles as, “The 15 year old, who was assisting his mother by selling on the street with no acting background, shot ...

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To legalise marijuana or not; my take.

Ghanaweb.com Columnist: Anum, Tony The issue of the legalisation of marijuana is almost like one of those “doomed-to-fail” debates in Ghana. Intermittently, when there is a call by someone for the legalisation of the drug, that call is usually met with stiff opposition. The same was the reaction when Kofi Annan recently advocated for its legalisation. People have taken entrenched ...

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The Nonsense Must Stop

By Charles McCarthy power, Chairman Afoko of New Patriotic Party (NPP) has been able to unmask mind-boggling bags of corruption under the past regimes and since put in stringent measures to safeguard the treasury of the party. Such heartless looting of the party’s wealth has resulted to loss of several elections and thousands of human lives as well as serious ...

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ROPAA – PAM’s Public Response to Ghana’s EC Boss

ghanaweb.com Columnist: Boateng, Kofi A. By Dr. Kofi A. Boateng New York January 11, 2016 The January 11, 2016 edition of Ghanaweb reported the thoughts of Mrs. Charlotte Osei, Ghana’s Electoral Commission’s Chair on the implementation of the Representation of the People Amendment Act (ROPAA). We thank her for finally saying something publicly on the subject since she has not ...

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INSIDE AFRICA: Plague of the unfair job market

According to the African Economic Outlook, Africa has the youngest population with about 200 million people aged between 15 and 24 years. In my own words, the continent has the most frustrated population of employable young talents, too. Here is why.Good Jobs in Bad Hands We have watched the true essence of education slip far away. Our classrooms are now nothing ...

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MANKIND’S MAD MARCH INTO EXTINCTION

  By CAMERON DUODU Long ago, I regarded places like Iceland and the North Pole as exotic localities plastered with massive sheets of ice that dared human beings and animals alike to try and make their habitat there. I couldn’t understand the Eskimos. Why did they choose to live in places like that? Alaska was so ”useless” to Russia, which ...

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