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  • Ironically, most of these no-face-mask-wearing pupils that I saw were either holding their nose masks in their hands, or had pulled them to their cheeks. This is a serious and an unpalatable development because it is an open secret that the virus is usually spread at places where there are crowds.

    In his 9th in the series of addresses on government’s measures on the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana, the President of the Republic, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, announced a phased approach to easing restrictions in the various sectors of the Ghanaian economy.

  • During voter registration exercises and elections in Ghana, we hear the two main political parties, accusing each other for compromising our sovereignty by bussing foreigners to partake in such civil exercises.

    Ghana is bordered by Cote d’Ivoire to the West at a distance of 668km, Togo to the east at 877km, Burkina Faso to the north at 549km and the southern shore washed by the Gulf of Guinea of the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Since we embraced full constitutional democracy in Ghana in 1992, electorates have voted people they trusted, to the parliament house to represent their interests.

    In dispensing their parliamentary duties, MPs, who are the representatives of their constituents; who are voted mostly on the tickets of political parties, always get to an important crossroad in their parliamentary decision making. Thus, whether to go the way of the party or the Nation.

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