Our city was under siege on Tuesday morning; not from an invading army, but from a watery enemy that was bent on destroying everything in its path. A prolonged and sustained rainfall held our beautiful Tamale hostage for a couple of hours. And, finally when our city was let go, destruction was written all over…Read more
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Last week, in his maiden interaction with an overly friendly subset of the Ghanaian press corps------it is worth pointing out that perceived hostile journalists were inexplicably kept away ----- the President, Mr. Akuffo Addo put forward his best face against a backdrop of bad economic news and a cloud of lawlessness hanging ominously over the…Read more
Freddie Blay, the National Chairman of the ruling NPP sure has some nerves; he is urging Ghanaians to give his party time to put things together economically, then bingo, jobs will be plentiful and everyone will be happy. Well, Mr. Blay has another thing coming if he and his party think Ghanaians have the time…Read more
The residents of Dohanayili are on the warpath and authorities better do something before all hell breaks loose. Their target: the Northern Electricity Corporation. Their anger which I will describe as grossly misplaced, is directed against the public utility company because it had the "audacity" to threaten legal action against some residents of the suburb…Read more
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