Monthly Archives: September 2013

Nkurasesem paaaa!

My second visit to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium was when we silenced the Communists-tactics-influenced Zambians. I had never seen a stadium so filled up with such excited fans before. It was an awesome experience I will relish for a … Continue reading

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Institutionalisation of Hypocrisy

The notion that our political people shamelessly switch their utterances to suit their circumstances is not in doubt at all. It happens so often that quite a number of us are beginning to accept it as a way of life. … Continue reading

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Hard Language but still True

I have often been told that my tone is rather too harsh sometimes. It is not as if I sit down and purposely decide to go hard on issues. I write what I feel, and I do not do so … Continue reading

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10 Days in Agege

This is my first time in Lagos. In fact, my first time in Nigeria. Actually it is only my third time out of Ghana. I am in Lagos leading a contingent of boys and girls who will be representing Ghana … Continue reading

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Forgotten Stories

By the time you read this the Supreme Court would have spoken its mind and Ghana will still be standing because we really have no other option as a people. None. Matters like the election petition always succeed in taking … Continue reading

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SSSHHHH!

(I wrote this on August 22) Read this as though I were whispering into your ear.   On August 29 the Supreme Court will sit. We will hear the stern voice of Justice William Atuguba delivering what he and his … Continue reading

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