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The bottom line is simple. If you are wealthy, you will be respected. If you are poor, your wisdom will be scorned. There is no complication to this.

Ghana beyond words - The President’s Oxford speech

Let’s give it to the President. He made a lot of sense at the Oxford Africa Conference.

And now the latest NPP grave digger, Hajia Fati. People familiar with NPP internal politics are not surprised she slapped a female journalist who, she said, “looked like an onion seller”. The impudence!

Ghana Cylinder Manufacturing Company and its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Madam Frances Essiam

Within the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are party activists who neither fear God nor guide themselves by history. Ignorant of both history and the biblical reminder that it is only God who appoints kings, these activists are engaging in acts that are tantamount to digging the party’s grave.

Now to the specific suggestion that Danquah be recognised as the founder of the University of Ghana, Legon and the place named after him after 70 odd years as the University of Ghana.

File image - President Akufo-Addo

Written By Colin Essamuah - What accounts for the official craze for re-opening settled historical questions, renaming public structures and monuments, and generally seeking a different interpretation of the facts of our collective history since independence in 1957 by our current government? It is noteworthy that this strange effort is led by the President himself, Nana Akufo-Addo, who was educated outside substantially.

We are a country that is deeply promiscuous with the truth and disingenuous with PPP - Prominent Public Piety.

Easy Access - Nana Yaa Ofori-Atta

At the last count, 147 responses to Certificates of Surcharge had been delivered. A further 200 public servants in various Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), alongside contractors, had been issued with notices to demonstrate why they should not be served with Certificates of Disallow for the payments for goods and services they had allegedly improperly signed off on, in the financial year ending December, 2016.

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