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September, 2018

  • 14 September

    Travel Bonanza in Weah-led Gov’t: The Emergence of a New Cartel in Liberia – A Camarilla of ‘Pro-poor’ Mafias

    Across the landscape of Africa’s oldest independent nation and the World’s fourth poorest country, it appears like a new cabal of state mafias is emerging under Soccer Legend turned President George M. Weah. This camarilla of ‘pro-poor’ pillagers seems overly prepared and well positioned to unremorsefully plunge Liberia into economic …

  • 12 September

    Kofi Annan’s death will boost Ghana’s tourism – Minister

    The Minister of Tourism, Catherine Afeku has stated that the death of ex-United Nations General Secretary Kofi Annan has a potential of boosting tourism in the country. She said his burial place will serve as a tourism site for the country. “He was a true African. His behavior meant he …

  • 11 September

    Epilepsy in Ghana: Let’s collaborate, crusade and fight it till the end

    According to her, the many lessons learnt during the execution of the project will be used to further inform the WHO Programme on reducing the epilepsy treatment gap and can feasibly be scaled up to strengthen other health systems globally.

  • 7 September

    Capital Bank Saga: Kumordzie responds to Manesseh’s “The trial of Doctor Mensa Otabil”

    RE: The trial of Doctor Mensa Otabil….Capital Bank Saga I like Manasseh Azuri Awuni (MAA) a lot, although l have not met him in person. As someone who doesn’t live in Ghana, l must confess that l always look forward to reading your pieces on many important issues/topics and debates. …

  • 5 September


    Selassie Djentuh is a Ghanaian and one of the few approved boyfriends of Rawlings’ pearl, Zenator in the 90s. After winning the heart of the first daughter of the first family of the first republic, the seat of government was unlimitedly opened to Selassie and his family. He was sometimes …

  • 3 September



    My Dear Kofi, I have just heard on the air that your government which came to power barely three years ago has been toppled by the Ghana Army. It is rather significant that most of the evils of which my government and I were accused and which were the main …

  • 3 September

    Exposing the Giants: The Global Power Elite

    Developing the tradition charted by C. Wright Mills in his 1956 classic The Power Elite, in his latest book, Professor Peter Phillips starts by reviewing the transition from the nation state power elites described by authors such as Mills to a transnational power elite centralized on the control of global …

August, 2018

  • 31 August

    A Journey Of The Hunter To Corruption Land

    So it was one of my usual walks in the Land of Injustice last year June, on the street of Accra, the capital of my beloved country Ghana and under the hot sun when I received a call from a strange number. It was a man. His voice was echoing …

  • 29 August


    In an effort to make this world a better place according to us, we have turned this world upside down right from its tangibles to abstract. The question is, have we achieved the better world man dearly craves? Science and modernization took away our natural life and replaced it with …

  • 29 August

    AMERI Power Deal: The Cooked Lies That Kicked Out Boakye Agyarko

    I got to know the former Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko, in 2012, when he became the Campaign Manager of the current President, Nana Akufo-Addo. It was as a result of the nature of my work. Infact, journalism connects one to legions of personalities more than any other profession does. My relationship …