Posts Tagged ‘ NDC ’

Feature: Why Ghana has probably the world’s voters register – By Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko

On Thursday, June 5, 2014, the Chairman of Ghana’s Electoral Commission, Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, took a potentially dangerous and indefensibly stubborn position by insisting that the
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Analysis: Government business is not party business – By Dr Michael J.K. Bokor

Analysis: Government business is not party business – By Dr Michael J.K. Bokor

Folks, I have insisted all this while that the kind of democracy that Ghana has been practising since January 7, 1993, isn’t designed to solve
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Ghana’s National Economic Forum: Osafo-Maafo Should Not Attend – Says Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr., Ph.D.

Ghana’s National Economic Forum: Osafo-Maafo Should Not Attend  – Says Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr., Ph.D.

I shall be making several, albeit terse and succinct, critical comments on the Mahama government-sponsored National Economic Forum (NEF), which aims to rally a cross-party
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Analysis: New appointments to revive SADA? – Asks Dr Michael J.K. Bokor

Folks, President Mahama has appointed a new team to superintend the affairs of SADA in the hope that what got botched by the previous team
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Analysis: Even the Catholic Church is against the Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union – By Dr Michael J.K. Bokor

Folks, I am in the mood to step on big toes. I will rumble on a few issues that have helped me know why Ghanaian
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Analysis: Is the NPP’s Paul Afoko setting a time-bomb all too soon? – Asks Dr Michael J.K. Bokor

Folks, the NPP camp seems to be preparing itself for an implosion as comments coming from its bigwigs seem not to be aimed at unifying
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Feature: Come On, Alan Is A Dead Horse! – Observes Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr., Ph.D.

I sympathize, somewhat, with staunch New Patriotic Party (NPP) stalwarts like Mr. Edward Enin, the Member of Parliament for Obuasi-East; but the fact of the
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Analysis: Has Alan found his mojo while Akufo-Addo becomes a submarine? – Asks Dr Michael J.K. Bokor

My good friends, there is every indication that Alan Kyerematen has bounced into action, ratcheting up his political rhetoric to prove that he is on
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Feature: The Anti-Akan Rawlings Part Three – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr., Ph.D.

I had wanted to make this write-up a two-part rejoinder, but there are a few remaining issues raised by Mr. Peter Mawunyo Dzidza that need
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Feature: The Anti-Akan Rawlings Part Two – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr., Ph.D.

What is significant and interesting to observe about Peter Mawunyo Dzidza’s rather hollow and shallow prolix titled “Professor Mike Ocquaye Worsens The NPP’s Plight” (Modernghana.com
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