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Blood tears of concerned citizens

Posted On: 2017-06-19

Hmm! aah! Aww! Are shocking sounds that have turned to sadden the citizenry in the first six months reign of NPP-led by Nana Akufo-Addo. So many occurring events recently have stunned the citizens of Ghana and foreigners as well. The insecurity is making Ghana an unfriendly destination for investors hence no confidence in doing business in the country any longer. There are even cancellation of trips by some known people all because of insecurity.

A country which is known as Continue Reading »

What if we begin and end with God

Posted On: 2017-06-16

Have you ever thought about how things were before God created heaven and earth? Think about it for a moment. However, before you scratch your head too hard and too long, let me help you a little with some of what did not exist. 

Of course, there was no heaven or earth. There was no human being, animal, bird or plant. There was no money, television, computer, or internet. There was no house, car, or airplane. There was no sin, sickness, or sadness. There was nothing or no Continue Reading »

We are never ready to fight corruption as a people

Posted On: 2017-06-15

Africa sought the solution to its economic problems within the framework of the very economic system which had brought about the crisis in the first place.

As long as we continue to play politics with corruption, it will remain pervasive and further drains the gains of African economies. We live in a system where politicians are accused as the only corrupt people, we live in the system where the very people who are the most corrupt call others as the most corrupt for personal Continue Reading »

Cassiel Ato Forson writes Another 419 economic policy on spare parts

Posted On: 2017-06-14

Parliament has passed the Customs Amendment Bill 2017 into law subject to Presidential assent. Surprisingly, the object of the bill is to provide for a zero-rate of duties on SELECTED vehicular spare parts only.

Selected Spare parts:

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The Chinese factor environment and global natural resources

Posted On: 2017-06-12

Monday June 5, 2017 marked World Environment Day. The day cannot pass by without talking about Chinese attitude and global environmental debacles. 

Don’t I sound excessively stereotypical and judgmental? Hey Jack! Wake up for trip to Ghana, West Africa and you will thumb me up! The country’s rainforest, agriculturally viable hectors of land and water bodies are being destroyed at a dizzying pace by Chinese illegal miners and their local accomplices.  Continue Reading »

Human trafficking is deadly the marginalized are mostly the victims

Posted On: 2017-06-11

Worldwide, human trafficking is a canker that eats into the fabrics of every nation and impedes its development.

The indigenous and the marginalised people who suffer abject poverty, and are politically and economically disadvantaged are the most affected in this quagmire of inhumane treatment.

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A commentary of NDCs 25 years of awful economic management

Posted On: 2017-06-10

Obviously, there is a lot to squall and scold about, with regard to the NDC’s twenty five years anniversary and the day-to-day management of Ghana’s economy.

However, I will largely grub into the NDC’s last 96 months administrations which culminated in an incredible economic meltdown.
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Major Mahamas blood shouldnt be in vain

Posted On: 2017-06-09

He was mercilessly attacked for sins he did not commit. He cried, yelled, wailed and even pleaded for mercy in the midst of agony and pain but they all fell on deaf ears. He could have warded off his attackers by firing shots but he chose to remain benevolent until he breathed his last. 

We have been thrown into shock since Major Mahama’s painful departure and we are still reeling from this great loss. It is indeed disheartening to lose a young gentleman full of life Continue Reading »

Let sing Requiem Mass for law and order in Ghana

Posted On: 2017-06-06

Date: Tuesday 6th June, 2017

Anyone in Ghana today harboring the view that the Ghanaian society, for the most part, is sickeningly lawless is right on the money. 

The preceding characterization appears to be harsh, but we would also be doing a great disservice to the present Ghanaian generation and those yet unborn if we keep having a-feel-good or misleading attitude that Ghana has functional law and order system. Naturally, there may be unsurprisingly large Continue Reading »

I bet without Rawlingss inclusion NDC may remain in opposition forever

Posted On: 2017-05-31

I recall predicting repeatedly during the 2016 electioneering campaign that the NDC founder, Ex-President Rawlings, might not vote for former President Mahama.

Obviously, it was a mere prediction, not a prophecy, for I am not a ‘Man of God’. Somehow, my forecast stemmed from the actions and inactions of former President Rawlings prior to the 2016 election.
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