Monthly Archives: November 2012

  The hours between 7am and 5pm will be routine on December 7. Some will wake up at 2am hoping to be one of the first to cast their votes. Others, not necessarily the aspirants may not even sleep at … Continue reading

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POLITICAL LESSONS FROM “NITE WITH THE STARS”

I enjoyed “Nite with the Stars” despite the fact that not all advertised artistes performed. However certain occurrences during the event have frankly shook me up and I wish to share these so we see what we can do as … Continue reading

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FOUL MOUTHS, INTEGRITY, THE CHURCH, 2012

  I have nothing against people like Tony Aidoo. Really, who am I to have anything against them? I am but a poor Ghanaian blogger. However truth be told, when one listens to the tone and posture of people like … Continue reading

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IN THE NAME OF POLITICS!

  Sometimes I get the feeling that I may not be too well. I think and say to myself, “all these boys, some of whom I knew from school, cannot be wrong with their passion and seeming love for their … Continue reading

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DISAPPOINTING DISCUSSION DUBBED DEBATE & THE STUPIDITY OF AYARIGA

I know what a debate is because I took part in some in Presec and at Legon. What I just saw on TV was not a debate, it was merely a Question and Answer session where three gentlemen and another, … Continue reading

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LESSONS FROM AMELICA

I heard someone say the other day that ‘are our people taking any lessons from Amelica’. The dude had apparently watched some of the debates and heard the issues that defined the campaign and like many of us, he wished … Continue reading

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No John, NO!

There is a news report on myjoyonline.com attributed to JM (http://politics.myjoyonline.com/pages/news/201211/96569.php). In it, he calls on Northeners to vote for him because it is “time to have your own as President”. I find any political comment which seeks to lean … Continue reading

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SAKARA’S BRILLIANCE, MAHAMA’S COURAGE, NANA’S CONFIDENCE & AYARIGA’S COMICAL ANTICS

The first 2012 IEA debate to me has been most insightful. The debate generally confirmed certain views, and exposed others. For example, it re-affirmed the fact that the PNC and its Ayariga are complete jokes who took part in the … Continue reading

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