Monthly Archives: March 2013

LET MAHAMA BE…BUT HE TOO HE SHOULD CRACK THE WHIP EH!

Ace Ghanaian MC Kwasi Kyei Darkwah put up this post of Facebook a few days back and it totally got to me and many others I shared it with: Where is the love? Is it for God and Country or for our … Continue reading

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A BLIP TOO MANY

I get the impression the President is a very tolerable man who gives his children and work men a pretty long rope to trudge on. Either that, or he is so overwhelmed with work that he’s chosen to leave the … Continue reading

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FAKE DRUGS? EVER HEARD OF BRIGHT SIMONS OR MPEDIGREE?

I write this with two very personal motivations, may be three. First, my parents are way into their 70s and live in a village and are exposed to the probability of purchasing fake drugs. Secondly, Bright Simons was my room-mate … Continue reading

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THE DUSTER & THE DRIVER

(this was inspired by my morning ride partner, Joan Coleman) Next time you step out of your house in search of a trotro or perhaps riding in your car, observe what I’m about to tell you. The duster is that … Continue reading

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THE THEORY OF E-CIGARETTES; THE CONCEPT OF PUTTING UP AN ACT ONLY YOU UNDERSTAND AND CHARTERHOUSE’S FOOLHARDY!

When the CEO of a reputable company goes to town to give a vivid explanation of what a creative artist INTENDED to do after the sort of backlash Chris Brown has received, then it tells me it is a desperate … Continue reading

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CHRIS BROWN: WAS IT WORTH A MILLION BUCKS?

Chris Brown’s show was ok. It was not ‘wow’. There has been enough said about why rlg will spend $1M on CB whose popularity and clout has been as mixed and inconsistent as that of his relationship with Rihanna. Again, there … Continue reading

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SNUFF OUT THE MAFIAS!

We may not want to accept it, but there is widespread knowledge that certain cliques, also known as mafias, exist in mainly state institutions and agencies that run on the tax payer’s money. I pay taxes. I have been doing so … Continue reading

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