Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Nonsense of our Time

I am told I come across as an angry fellow sometimes. Not exactly true. But tell me, what would you do when you saw before your own eyes a grown up man doing the sort of things you will not … Continue reading

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Renaming Nonsense

What is it with us and our penchant for changing names of national edifices? Folks, there have been enough national structures named after Mills. We make it seem he was the best Ghana ever had. Yes he was the only … Continue reading

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A year on: July 24, 2012

As usual Facebook Radio broke the news to me first. I immediately picked up my phone and spoke to two trusted journalist friends of mine. Dzifa Gbeho-Bampoh will usually respond ‘Kwame Gyuan’, when I called. This time her voice was crackling and the … Continue reading

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Half-Full Vs Half-Empty

I was in a conversation with a Nigerian friend of mine the last time and he was kind enough to remind me of the many things that in his eyes were going on well in Ghana. Truthfully, I do believe … Continue reading

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A Week of ‘Huh’, ‘Ah’, ‘Whews’, et al

  It’s been an eventful past few days. Whiles pondering what to put out via this column last week, and with pressure from the affable Martin Asiedu-Dartey to email my piece before his paper goes to bed, I could not … Continue reading

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Living the Life….In Cyberspace

A friend tells me he was in a trotro the other day driving towards Accra Central; Dude has a bit of a long neck with some pretty sharp eyes hidden behind a pair of GH5 ‘original Ray Buns’ sunglasses (that … Continue reading

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Of Professional “Latritians”, Journalists, And a Word Spelt C-O-N-T-E-M-P-T

I am not a lawyer. I am not in law school yet. So I will stay of the law, and hopefully in the process avoid receiving a friendly invite to appear before the highest court of the land. Having gotten … Continue reading

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