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I have worked as a PR practitioner in two multinational companies – one mining, the other telecommunications. In my capacity as a practitioner I have had to deal with media folk of various ilk. Having practiced journalism before, it was … Continue reading

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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 10,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the … Continue reading

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The simple answer to the question is ‘No’. Of course I have heard the cliché ‘the customer is King’. I however feel customers thinking they are Kings have led to a lot of them amassing powers and privileges onto themselves. … Continue reading

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If Selorm votes for NDC in Kpando, he’s voting on tribal lines but if Agyeman votes NPP at Kwadaso he’s voting on issues. Dear friends, The elections are over but have left in its wake some serious and quite sentimental issues. I would not … Continue reading

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Celebrate, but don’t tease. Not everyone has the heart to tolerate being teased. Some may react violently to being teased. So to keep the much touted peace, please celebrate but don’t tease. There’s a difference.

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  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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