21August2014

Gone Are The Days……

Gone are days when Ghana abounded in honest men and women
With each person being their neighbour’s keeper
Everyone ensuring their neighbour never went hungry
All sharing fairly the limited resources at their disposal
With love, honesty and sincerity
Bringing in their trail smiles to everyone’s face
What a great period it was!

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Kwame Nkrumah “I Speak Of Freedom”

Dr Kwame Nkrumah is the epitome of the “ prophet never recognized in his own home” . Throughout his time in office he was passionate about African Unity . Some say he was consumed by the notion due to his unbridled love for power and ambition . Today however , critical analysis will bear out his correct vision and foresight. 50 years on, no single African country can count itself as developed . Africa though waking up is still bedeviled as ever before from one trauma to another . I looked back on his speech in 1963 and realized how right he was.

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EPAs: The Bitter Pill Of Imperialism That Must Not Be Swallowed

A village farmer once said in an interview that if you come to me;

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Who Bribed Hopeson Adorye For Such Popycock?

By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.

I first got to know about Mr. Hopeson Adorye during the 2012 New Patriotic Party Presidential Petition when, together with Sir John or Mr. Kwadwo Owusu-Afriyie, he was brought up on charges of judicial contempt.

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The Supreme Court Is Not Above The Law

The Supreme Court ruling of Tuesday, July 29, 2014 in the review case against businessman, Alfred Woyome has come as a surprise to us and many others. Unsurprisingly, several legal luminaries we have been talking to have also expressed disquiet at the ruling.
They variously described the court’s ruling as "nouvelle", "unprecedented", " far-reaching", "curious", “ a human rights infringement” and "dictatorial". They opined that the right to a fair trial and the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court has been sacrificed on the altar of populism and expediency by the ruling.

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