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I am also wondering if a certain Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, got it totally wrong, misspoke or was misinformed. Or perhaps, he took pleasure, in deliberately winding up the Minority. It worked. After he posted his mid-year budget predictions,...

Actually - Nana Yaa Ofori-Atta

On Thursday, July 19, 2018, in presenting his mandatory mid-year review to Parliament before the House rises - this Friday, July 27, 2018 - for recess, the Minister of Finance (MoF), Ken Ofori-Atta delivered a slow timed curveball. After having themselves recently failed to balance the budget, people who ought to know better should not formulate and froth, prematurely and in public on economic analysis, lubricated by social media. Actually. With that seemingly casual barb, the MoF presented Presbyterian Shade. You messed up and I am sorting out the distasteful remains. By His Grace.

Former president John D. Mahama

Ex-President John Dramani Mahama has reportedly expressed his regret at the Constitutional removal of Charlotte Osei as the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission. Mahama has no remorse and regret for the removal of Mrs. Osei and her two deputies, Amadu Sulley and Georgina Opoku Amankwaa, because they are not NDC sympathisers.

As usual, committees etc. will run etc. and end and blah blah blah. But at the beginning and end of all these occurrences is - QUALITY OF OUR HUMAN ASSETS, DUTY OF CARE AND PROFESSIONALISM

Lance corporal Godzi Frederick Amanor, popularly known as Skalla. Image credit - news wires.

A lot of outrage has poured out, a lot of institutions have poured statements of condemnation, investigative committees have been set up (as usual), many opinions have poured out, the matter dissected from different angles, donations made to victim etc....... All in REACTION to the customer by the name of Patience Osafo who was caught on video being assaulted by a police officer stationed at a bank. REACTION is the word, not response.

It is a wonder why we choose to describe the funeral of a person who has lived life to the full as a celebration, but perhaps this is what makes us 21st- century Ghanaians because it is relatively a recent phenomenon.

Mourning in celebration of lives lost

By the time you get to read this column today, one important thing which has seized public news space would have been decided one way or another.

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