Is Dr Afari-Gyan The Most Dangerous Man In Ghana? – By Richard Dombo

In the book/film ‘The God Father’, there is a line that goes: “. You cross me the First time, it’s is a Mistake. The Second crossing is a Coincidence….But the Third time is… Continue reading

Who needs a “Sole Commissioner for Judgement Debts”? – By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor

President John Dramani Mahama on Monday swore into office Justice Yaw Appau, as the Sole Commissioner of Judgment debt. His main task is “to investigate the judgment debt cases the nation has been… Continue reading

The NDC And The IEA – By Kwesi Biney

Hmmm, oye asem oo, this country called Ghana. Well, as I said the other day, Ghana has done nothing wrong but the people nature perhaps, made a mistake of putting on this land.… Continue reading

A Boy’s Suffering, Father’s Pain! – By Manasseh Azure Awuni

The boy in the Hospital Bed (January, 2012) Kojo Njorfuni doesn’t look like someone who will survive another day. His breath seems to be failing, and as he struggles to breathe, you can… Continue reading

What Ruined The NPP Will Ruin The NDC If…- By Manasseh Azure Awuni

Were I asked to name one person as the greatest novelist of all times, it would not take me a millisecond to name my mentor, Chinua Achebe, the wizard of African fiction. When… Continue reading

If Billboards Could Win Polls…- By Kwame Gyan

As a communications person I must say I have been impressed with the speed, diversity of channels, and the timing of the myriad of mass communication apparel that the NDC has unleashed on… Continue reading

Smoked Rats, Muggie And The Jobless Hangman – By George Sidney Abugri

Thanks to an apparent hike in violent crime, many a high court judge these days gets to don the black cap and pronounce those chilling words of sentencing that send the convict marching… Continue reading

Leave Electoral Commission Alone; The Other View – By Paapa Stephens

I read in the Daily Graphic of Monday, September 10, 2012 an article attributed to the Convention People’s Party (CPP), advising all Ghanaians interested in the 2012 Elections to allow the Electoral Commission… Continue reading

Celebration With Pomp and Bomb…Nigeria @ 50 – By Abubakar Ibrahim

“Arise, O Compatriots” (1978-present) Arise, O compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey To serve our Fatherland With love and strength and faith. The labour of our heroes past Shall never be in vain, To serve… Continue reading

Boycotting The IEA Debate – By Manasseh Azure Awuni

A popular Akan proverb teaches us that satisfaction breeds forgetfulness. This proverb, perhaps, explains why politicians never seem to learn. How? It is not easy to remember how it feels to be hungry… Continue reading