Monthly Archives: October 2012

ELECTION 2012: THOUGHTS OF A 2ND TIME VOTER (by Joan Coleman)

I cast my first vote during the last election. I voted for the NPP then, ask me why? I have no idea. Probably because my father made sure we got registered and drove us (my siblings and cousins) to all … Continue reading

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I PROMISE YOU WIVES AND HUSBANDS

I asked my friends on social media in the course of the week if any presidential candidate had promised spinsters husbands and bachelors’ wife yet. I am seriously getting overwhelmed with the avalanche of promises the poor Ghanaian voter is … Continue reading

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TO SERVE OR TO BE SERVED?

  We are a joke! When can we EVER have a serious debate in our Parliament where logic and the good of the state and its peoples would prevail rather than this disgraceful party posturing? If roles were reversed we still … Continue reading

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RAWLINGS, MAHAMA, PROPAGANDISTS

We all know what Chairman Rawlings has been up to lately. He has not suprised me at all and I will be suprised if people got suprised. I have not psycho-analysed Chairman Rawlings (not that I am qualified to do so anyway) … Continue reading

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BEING A DAD FOR THE FIRST TIME & GETTING BURGLED TOO

My son is 5 days old. I have seen him smile at least three times. I dont know what his 5 day old mind tells him but he does smile beautifully. He sleeps a lot too, especially after guzzling down … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer: How two beautiful and smart girls want to help!

Breast Cancer: How two beautiful and smart girls want to help! What do you do with two ladies with a dash of outstanding planning and organisational skills, a great sense of style and the ability and urge to be the … Continue reading

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IF BILLBOARDS COULD WIN POLLS…

As a communications person I must say I have been impressed with the speed, diversity of channels, and the timing of the myriad of mass communication apparel that the NDC has unleashed on us since the endorsement of John Mahama … Continue reading

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