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Ghana's renaissance can rely on its professionals being professionals and serving once again as the eyes and ears of the society. We owe it to our country and to ourselves.

We seem to have lost all of the verve and concerns for national issues and each profession has become more parochial and its membership more individualistic in pursuit of money.

Ghana suffers from poor professionalism across the board and all is, very recent. Men and women of the professional class in Ghana as late as the 1970s stood up for their beliefs and many suffered and some paid the ultimate price for it during the military eras.

If Ndebugre had a conscience, he wouldn't have waded into any Constitutional issue again, because it is apparent that when it comes to Constitutional Law, he is found wanting.

John Ndebugre Is A Spent Force When It Comes To Current Constitutional Law Issues

Every individual, at some point in their private or public careers, ought to be reasonable and sensible, and accept the bitter truth that they have outlived their shelf life, and must therefore confine themselves to the sidelines.

So why, in June 2018, is Vice- President Mahamudu Bawumia sounding shocked that contracts for the construction of hospitals in Ghana are often inflated by over 400 per cent. It is our way of life.

Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia

Why will a state enterprise buy and hold stocks of stationery that can last for 20 years? Just in case readers have forgotten, this happened in Ghana, specifically within the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL).

At that same World Cup, Ronaldo's Portugal were knocked out in the group stage. There was no hullabaloo about it. Ronaldo managed to score only one goal - a gift from Ghana's goalkeeper. Altogether, Messi and the Argentina senior national team have played in at least three championship finals,...

A dejected Messi after his team lost 3-0 to Croatia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

First, it's flagrantly false that Messi has failed to shine for Argentina. He has scored 64 goals, the highest in Argentina's history. To put this in perspective, the great Maradona scored 34 goals in 91 appearances for Argentina. That's roughly one goal every three matches. Messi has scored 64 in 126 appearances. That's one goal every two matches.

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