All you have to do is simply take a casual glance at the development policies of the Left-leaning National Democratic Congress (NDC), vis-à-vis the progress and development of Okyeman, in particular Akyem-Abuakwa, to arrive at […]
Opinion: Kobby Mensah Is Addressing the Wrong Government Official – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
The original version of this column was mistakenly shredded and chucked into the garbage with the draft of another column that I had already published early this morning. The published one regarded the fact of […]
Calls for the investigation of the ways and means by which the newly-elected National Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) acquired some 275 minibuses for all the constituencies of the party around the […]
It is only in Ghana that the leaders of the political party with the poorest track-record on human rights and democratic governance can pontifically presume to lecture the rest of us on how increasingly tyrannical […]
Opinion: There Is a Smoking Fish in the $12 Million EC’s “Thank You” Note – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
Like most of my readers, I presume, I had the much-talked-about audiotape recording regarding the Electoral Commission’s fracas that precipitated the dismissal of Chairperson Charlotte Amma Kesson-Smith Osei and Deputy EC Chairs Amadu Sulley and […]
I read Ms. Elizabeth Ohene’s column titled “Why Ghanaians Are So Slow to Bury Their Dead” with knowing amusement, because I had an uncle – I never met him – who was the Baamuhene or […]
I am not holding my breath in any hopes of Daniel Asiedu’s revealing the names of the alleged masterminds behind the unspeakably savage assassination of Mr. Joseph Boakye Danquah-Adu, then the New Patriotic Party’s Member […]
At his party’s ninth so-called Unity Walk at the St. John’s Park in Bolgatanga, capital of the Upper-East Region, former President John Dramani Mahama bitterly accused his successor of having constituted his cabinet along the […]
Opinion: Justice Ackaah Boafo Likely Ruled for Ibrahim Mahama Under Duress – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
I sincerely don’t blame Justice Kweku Tawiah Ackaah Boafo, of the Accra High Court, for handing down a judgment in the Exton Cubic vs. The Republic of Ghana in favor Mr. Ibrahim Mahama, the younger […]
Folks, you must have noticed by now that despite all the buzz about Kwasi Nyantakyi’s fall from grace to grass and his incriminating claims involving Team Akufo-Addo, I have been taciturn, not because I am […]