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Akufo-Addo Justifies 110 Ministers

Akufo-Addo Justifies 110 Ministers

PRESIDENT NANA Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has reacted to the brouhaha that has greeted the appointment of 110 ministers and deputy ministers, justifying the move as critical to the eff ...

Montie 3 Weep At Nsawam Prison

Montie 3 Weep At Nsawam Prison

DETAILS ARE emerging of how the three National Democratic Congress (NDC) activists – now known as Montie 3 – convicted for contempt by the Supreme Court, were whisked away to the N ...

Petition For Presidential Pardon Is ‘Dangerous Landmine’ – Baako

Petition For Presidential Pardon Is ‘Dangerous Landmine’ – Baako

EDITOR-IN-chief of the Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has described the petition for President John Mahama to pardon the Montie 3 contemnors to be a potentially ...

Attack On CJ Worse Than Rwandan Genocide Propaganda – Franklin Cudjoe

Attack On CJ Worse Than Rwandan Genocide Propaganda – Franklin Cudjoe

FOLLOWING THE emergence of audio evidence of the MP for Nkwanta North, John Bless Oti, verbally attacking the Chief Justice, the President of IMANI, Franklin Cudjoe has likened the ...

Abu Ramadan Mulls Over Another Court Action Against EC

Abu Ramadan Mulls Over Another Court Action Against EC

ONE OF those who challenged the Electoral Commission (EC)’s use of National Health Issurance Scheme (NHIS) card for voter registration at the Supreme Court and secured a favourable ...

Nigeria: EFCC finds N2.5b in former Aviation Minister housemaid’s account

Nigeria: EFCC finds N2.5b in former Aviation Minister housemaid’s account

AGENTS OF the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have discovered the sum of N2.5 billion in a bank account opened in the name of a housemaid to former Minister of Avia ...

Mario Balotelli Defends Ghana Snub

Mario Balotelli Defends Ghana Snub

ITALY STRIKER Mario Balotelli has no regrets over his decision to commit his international future to the four-time world champions ahead of Ghana. Born to Ghanaian immigrants in Pa ...

THE “SALT” & “THUMB” AFTER ELECTION 2012

THE PARLIAMENTARY and Presidential election just ended – with the Electoral Commission giving its verdict and the new President sworn-in. Before then the two leading political parties, which are the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress, were trading accusations and dropping invectives that lead to physical violence. A month after the elections, we can say that we are not out of the woods ...

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BUILD CAPACITIES OF ADRs TO DECONGEST COURTS

[caption id="attachment_600" align="alignleft" width="150"] editorial[/caption] CHIEFTAINCY IN GHANA is rife with disputes and factionalism. Unfortunately, Accra is most afflicted and affected, when it comes to chieftaincy and the headaches they engender.Of course, the records still show that Ga is among the lowest in terms of number of chieftaincy disputes, but that is perhaps because the Ga State is small ...

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STOP MEDDLING IN GADANGME AFFAIRS

THE BANE of good governance in our part of the world is the tendency on the part of ruling political administrations to want to interfere in the politics of which royal ascends the stool in a particular traditional area. Since the era of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the uncivilized trend has persisted, resulting inexorably in factionalism among traditional elders and State-sponsored de-stoolment cases. Sadly and sign ...

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AMA, SCRAP CMB, RAILWAY MARKETS

IN OUR LAST edition, we did a story highlighting the quiet national applause the Mayor for Accra, Dr. Alfred Oko Vanderpuye, was receiving among Government officials and ordinary people in the metropolis. Those who endorsed the crusade included pedestrians, drivers and traders as well as politicians.  We indicated, too, that by dint of that feat, he could well be on his way to becoming Ghana’s longest servi ...

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GA DANGMES – AN ENDANGERED SPECIES

THE NAME GADANGME has become an anathema, and their people an endangered species – just like the case of the Jews in centuries gone by or the communities along the Niger Delta where Shell, without checking their conscience, decided to make money. It is true that, whilst all the people in the various communities in Ghana are uniting in finding political solutions to their economic and socio-cultural problems ...

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