Uganda’s President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni may very well be suffering from an acute and incurable strain of the deadly virus of Racial Inferiority. The longtime dictator and former anti-Amin guerilla-war leader is reported by BBC.com […]
I have no qualms, whatsoever, with any country under the sun awarding any kind of prize to any Ghanaian citizen or leader in the country. For, at the end of the day, the only award/prize […]
Corruption: Africa’s biggest industry, says Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr. Ph.D.
At a Citi-Fm-sponsored summit on innovative development on Saturday, June 24, the Minister of the Environment, Science and Innovation was reported to have said that the biggest industry on the African continent at the moment […]
Opinion: James Agalga Must Cite One Benefit of Giving Asylum to Terror Suspects – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
I have examined the argument of former Deputy Interior Minister James Agalga and find it to be insufferably insulting to the intelligence and dignity of all self-respecting and law-abiding Ghanaian citizens. The argument, of course, […]
Opinion: Government Should Not Formalize a Patent and Immutable Illegality – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
I vehemently beg to disagree with US Ambassador Robert P Jackson on the need to formalize the activities of Galamseyers, or illegal miners, to ensure that these nation-wreckers practice their predatory trade with the […]
US president Donald Trump reportedly called Germans “bad, very bad” because of the US’ trade deficit with Germany. His comments came even as the European Commission had said that the EU and US would work […]
US President Donald Trump has signalled his intention to suspend the world’s first conflict-free minerals law, much to the consternation of advocacy groups and others who argue it is vital for addressing the deadly conflicts […]
The long winter is ending in North Korea, and another season of bombast is about to begin. From April to September, a series of holidays will almost inevitably be accompanied by bellicose statements – rhetoric […]
It wasn’t really supposed to be easy either for America or for a world order that has evolved over time. The signs had been there right from the time the new sheriff in town bared his […]
The question was posed to me by Mr. Quaison (I hope I have his surname name spelt out correctly), the host of the Klasik Radio Ghanaian community-oriented program of which I am a weekly contributor. […]