02September2014

Why GAKE Endorses Alan Kyerematen As The Next NPP Flag-Bearer - Part II

In Part I of this article, GAKE laid bare the need for a transformational and exceptional leadership to solve the myriad of problems confronting this beloved country of ours. We gave specific examples with regard to Alan Kyerematen's managerial competences, and gave reasons as to why both the NPP and Ghana need him at this material moment. This write-up continues with Alan's exemplary leadership qualities, especially what he did for the country when he was appointed the Minister of Trade, Industry, and President's Special Initiatives (PSI) in 2003.

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Kofi Portuphy Emerges As NDC Unifier

Even President John Mahama admits that things have not gone so well since he was sworn into office in January 2013. Even though President Mahama has been working hard, one national crisis has led to another leading some NDC staunch supporters to become bewildered, disillusioned and bitter. Some cannot believe that the NDC with so many experienced and well-tested technocrats and politicians cannot predict or sense pending crises and put in place preventive measures before being hit with those crises.

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The Root Cause Of Ghana’s Economic Woes

In the wake of obvious economic hardships that have engulfed Ghana in recent times, many social, economic, and political analysts of varying capacities have proffered myriad of factors as being the cause, with some of these analysts unreservedly blaming governments for doing little to alleviate the suffering of Ghanaians. Those who have been around long enough, as well as those who have not been around long enough, but who have come to appreciate pretty much the economic history of Ghana by virtue of their prolificacy in reading, have often looked at the issues retrospectively and conclude that the challenges are legendary and cut across all the political regimes that came after the colonial era. Perhaps, the only regime that has often been spared a bit of the blame is the CPP government under the leadership of the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. The reason why the CPP regime would normally escape some amount of blame for Ghana’s economic woes underlies this very write-up, which becomes manifest in the unfolding paragraphs.

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When Bereaved Celebrities Become Vigilantes

The Castro Story is one that is rather sad and tragic, if only because it is also a story that is all too commonly global and historic.

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Use Ramadan To Amend Your Character And Behavior

Heavens and the earth and the blessings of Allah ta’ aalaa be upon His beloved Prophet Mohammed sallal -laahu alayhi wa sallam (SAW).

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