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In truth, that is what is happening to our government as our self-confessed capitalists preach the virtues of social democracy and claim to be better social interventionists than the acclaimed social democrats in our society.

Jean Mensa - EC Chairperson.

Only two things seized my attention at the end of the past year, giving full flavour to the whole year of politics, economics, society and religion, the entire fabric of our lives as Ghanaians.

Am patiently waiting for Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah to come to me either physically or spiritually, and he will NEVER be the same again, Insha Allah!!

File image – Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia (L) Rev. Owusu-Bempah (C) and former President John Mahama. Image credit: Prime News Ghana

 The self-acclaimed prophet, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, ought to be told in no uncertain terms that he is a false prophet, who triumphs on the cowardice of a section of the public. Every soul is certain to taste death, so one does not require any special powers to foretell this.

I have been to a few of these events in my life. Some of them lived up to their billing and were gripping and interesting, some of them were informative and many of them were forgettable.

Does irresponsible question deserve same answer?

Press conferences are interesting events.
Well, they can be interesting, they can be boring and as the whole world saw recently with the encounter between President Trump and the CNN White House Correspondent, press conferences can be dramatic as well.

This country must have a dream. And besides the payment of taxes, everyone must partake in making this dream come to pass. So the question that I ask is - what are our dreams as a nation?

File - President Nana Akufo-Addo

One of the most important things that we can do for ourselves as a nation is to have shared dreams and desires.

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