Tuesday, August 4, 2020

MEET Charles Ampofo of Kampac Group

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There is, obviously, one definite thing to be said about Mr Charles Ampofo, Chairman of Kampac Group: he dreams, talks and pursues development in...

Essien: Mourinho has a big ego but in a good way

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Among a select group of players to be signed by José Mourinho not once but twice Michael Essien has a unique insight into what makes...

Akumaa Mama Zimbi: Helping Ghana’s widows who are forced to sleep with corpses

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In most parts of the world, becoming a widow elicits sympathy. Not so among some communities in Ghana, where women are sometimes blamed for...

NANA AKUFO-ADDO AND THE JUDGMENT DEBT COMMISSION – Arthur Kennedy

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Justice Appau has completed his work as “THE JUDGMENT DEBT COMMISSION” and been elevated, controversially, to the Supreme Court. However, the reverberations of his report...

FEATURE: Greece Debt crisis and What Ghana can learn – Juliet Asante

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Sunday through into Monday morning, Euro zone officials sat down for seventeen (17 hours), to demand measures necessary for Greece's request for over 96,billion...

OPEN LETTER: Ken Kuranchie writes to PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE OF PARLIAMENT ...

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On 22nd June, 2015, the undersigned was invited by letter with reference number OP/T/FLT/0105 to appear before the Committee on Privileges. The undersigned appeared before...

STATEMENT: Paa Kwesi Nduom on VIOLENCE, TRIBALISM AND STEALING EQUALS POVERTY

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“In the long-run, every government is the exact symbol of its people, with their wisdom and unwisdom”. (Thomas Carlyle – Scottish-born English writer) “The Seven...

STATEMENT: Ghana’s economic challenges and the IMF bailout

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After two decades of strong and broadly inclusive economic growth which enabled Ghana to reach middle income status and also helped the country to...

READ: Walking with the leg

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 WALKING WITH THE LEG I have a dream! I have a dream! I have a dream! In a soft innocent voice, every kid aims high as he/she answer...

Ghana’s Economic growth to remain at 3 ½ percent in 2015 – IMF

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The International Monetary Fund has predicted Ghana's economic growth for 2015 will remain broadly as expected. It's suggested that at some 3 ½ percent, the growth...