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Dr Mahamudu Bawumia: The most effective Vice President in Ghana's History

In democratic dispensations all over the world, presidential running mates are carefully selected, with the hope that..

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Mirror in the Dark, The Story of Bagbin

I have come to a guilt-ridden point and that continuously nauseates me and at this juncture, I ought to speak up or t..

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Galamsey: A symbol of National Ineptitude

A new government arrives with its own vision but is often thwarted by unexpected fiscal realities which shape its eve..

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When shall we overcome?

As I do at every annual commemoration of our hard won independence from colonial subjugation, this year I waited for ..

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Post -Election Ghana and the quest for a just society

At my polling station in Kaneshie, nothing untoward happened. Voters patiently stood in line waiting for their turn t..

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Ghana's Elections: Down to the wire

Mr. Mahama's National Democratic Congress (NDC) is fighting hard to remain in power against the rising momentum o..

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Democracy and accountability under attack in today’s Ghana

We have got to be better than this. By 2008 we had the distinction of being a country with one of the highest indices..

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Biblical take: On unity and broad consultation

In my final year at OKESS, I used to lead Church services by introducing preachers. Since then, I have had an endu..
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Ghana's 59th Indece Brochure: A Comedy Of Errors

The comedy of errors that littered Ghana's 59th Indece Celebration has brought us an international backlash and s..

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Ghana@59: Vision, Dream, Reality or Hallucination

This is the week every year that Ghanaians spend in nostalgia about a real or imagined glorious past depending on you..

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Corrupto-virus Ghanensis Vulgaris

For the last few months the Ghanaian political scene has been dominated by a few themes. Apart from continued unrestr..

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Corruptovirus Ghanensis: what does the law require of me?

The last head-scratching revelation I was pondering in Ghana was the reduction of property taxes in an affluent Accra..

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