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February, 2018

  • 16 February

    Congratulations Hon. Eric Opoku, Former Brong Ahafo Regional Minister

    You have made us proud as members of the umbrella family in Brong Ahafo Hon. Hearing the news on your award wasn’t surprising because some of us think it is oven long overdue. You have been the voice of the suffering farmers in Parliament. You have continued to be the …

  • 16 February

    Ebony’s Birthday: Afrikavi writes emotional letter

    A LETTER TO OHEMMA (Ebony) WITH LOVE By: Afrikavi Chris Dear Ohemma(Ebony_Reigns), HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY I remember how mad you were at me because I missed your birthday by a day last year. You were like “Ankou did you really forget my birthday”? My response was “Oh, I didn’t forget ooo, …

  • 15 February

    21 Gun Salute for NDC “Babies With Sharp Teeth” in Parliament

    The members of Parliament of the seventh Parliament of the 4th Republic have proven to be above excellence. Most at times it takes time for new entrance in Parliament to get rooted and adjusted to the Parliamentary debate and other proceedings but our “babies with sharp teeth” in Parliament have …

  • 14 February

    Solving an Issue the Builsa Way, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu Was Right

    2011 when registering for my national service, as mandated by the scheme registrants were suppose to choose three regions. I then chose Upper East, Upper West, and Northern Region. Luckily for me, I had Upper East Region specifically Sandema the capital and the Paramountcy of the Builsaland. Before the posting …

  • 14 February

    Happy Valentine Arrogant Martin Amidu, the Referendum Non-Zombie

    SP Martin A.B.K Amidu, Special Perception Prosecutor, Greetings from Binduri. SP, or should I say Special Poison! A woman can claim virginity until gynecologists confirm her protruded stomach is not a result of fibroid but a pregnancy. Similarly, if a cockroach decides to dance in fire, his death is inevitable. …

  • 14 February

    A Classical Valentine Story

    Oda Secondary School, 14th February 2003 The main character in this story is Enoch Obeng Frimpong, aka J T Money (Just The Money) if you don’t like him: Just The Head is/was an option. The size of Enoch’s head, though fitted his body size was one of the key ammunition …

  • 14 February

    Special Prosecutor Gives Us Hope in Stopping Ongoing Political Interference in the Mgt of Tiers 2 & 3 Pensions in Ghana

    By IMANI GHANA Ghanaians had another opportunity to listen to the principles and ideas that motivated the President’s nominee for the Special Prosecutor role during his parliamentary vetting yesterday. Mr. Martin Amidu, the nominee, exhibited great wit, candour, anger sometimes, and above all boundless knowledge of his forte, the law. …

  • 14 February

    Royal Elopement of Queen Darkoah; 500 year old tale of Love and Abdication-Dr. Lartey Writes

    Oheemaa Darkoah, the queen mother of Akwamu whose reign was in the 16th Century is one that cannot be erased from the history of the past. Akwamu in the mid-16th Century became powerful whose rule stretched from the Central region of Ghana to Wyadah in the present-day Republic of Benin. …

  • 13 February

    Dominic Ayine v. Martin Amidu; The Law Against Propaganda

    BY JAMAL KONNEH Democracy is very interesting, it’s a double-edged sword and I used to tell my students any time I was to teach this subject during my days as a government teacher.  Where you have the right to move freely as enshrined in the constitution, the same constitution empowers …

  • 13 February

    How to Prevent the President’s Sanitation Wish List from becoming Slogans- IMANI

    The President made two compelling statements on sanitation in his State of the Nation Address last week. These were; “Urgent attention will be given to clearing of rubbish all around the country. Apart from the systematic efforts being made to resolve the legacy of inherited debts in the sector, government …

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