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October, 2017

  • 17 October

    I WILL BE ON YOUR SIDE FOREVER MORE

    The aftermath of the 2016 elections has brought forth some mixed feelings about former President Mahama; some think he should be given another chance, while others feel someone else should lead the NDC. Those who are kicking against his return claim he made some mistakes as president. Admittedly, he must …

  • 17 October

    Neem Demonstrates Promise in Prostate Cancer Treatment: Consider for One District One Factory part 1

    I am a scientist on a mission to research and bring to the general public evidence based alternative treatments of prostate cancer. Though conventional treatment they say is evidence based; there are thousands of researches to prove that most of these treatments are not evidence based. The problem with alternative …

  • 17 October

    The Psychology of Mass Killers: What causes it? How can you prevent it?

    In Las Vegas on 1 October 2017, it appears that one man (although it might have been more) killed 59 people and shot and injured another 241 (with almost 300 more injured while fleeing). The incident got a lot of publicity, partly because the man managed to kill more people …

  • 15 October

    Let’s Celebrate The Deserving; H.E Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia

    By Iddi Muhayu-Deen The name, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia is certainly, one name that CAN NEVER be missing in the social, political and economic narrative of Ghana for obvious reasons. Our story would always be replete with the countless mention of Bawumia for all the good reasons. The economic guru turned …

  • 15 October

    Open Letter to Prof. Adei: You’re in Syria studying common sense and wisdom?

    By Assibid Dauda Dear Professor Stephen Adei, Greetings from Binduri. Long time no hear. I trust you are doing great? When the inexplicable happens, the unquestionable is imagined! Also when the hawk visits the feast of the Eagles, that hawk is only risking to be part of that feast. He …

  • 13 October

    GROW WITH HER BREAST

    When it sags, condition your mind to salivate for fallen breast: the one on her chest precisely. Don’t be looking over your shoulders for ladies with hanging firmer breast than hers. She was once like that and you had enough feel of it. She’s grown past that, you too grow …

  • 13 October

    Prof. PLO Lumumba – The Conscience of Africa

    By Martin K. N. Kollie, Liberia I bring you greetings from Professor Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba, Director of Kenya School of Law and former Director of Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission. Prof. PLO Lumumba is truly a Pan-Africanist who is very passionate about a NEW AFRICA and the final liberation of this poor …

  • 13 October

    On SSNIT Mortgage: I am thankful to God that I have been heard at last

    by Kofi Anokye  Democracy they say is the government of the people, by the people and for the people. What I understand is that in a democracy, the people chose who to lead them, they participate in the governance process and are seen as the custodians of the powers that …

  • 12 October

    MY TAKE: RESTORATION OF NURSING TRAINEE ALLOWANCE

    Just when I sat under the baobab tree thinking of how our country’s health sector challenges could be mitigated, my attention was drawn to the implementation of yet another campaign promise of the ruling government. Trainee nurses allowance has been restored amid funfair. At first I didn’t want to make …

  • 10 October

    ALHASSAN SUHUYINI, CAUTIONED

    By Iddi Muhayu-Deen Following the horrendous gas explosion of Saturday night which has claimed about 7 lives with over 130 people injured and several properties including cars destroyed, the whole nation has been thrown into a state of grief and devastation. People are still counting their incalculable loses. Families and …