It is morally repugnant to dance on someone's grave; in other words, it is not proper to rejoice when someone is in deep trouble. But the case of former Power Minister, Dr. Kwabena Donkor calls for thunderous celebration. His was clearly a case of self-inflicted wound and broken promises The minister was compelled to resign from…Read more
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Retirement is a well-deserved reward for decades of toiling in obscurity; it is an acknowledgement of your dedication and loyalty to society, an expression of gratitude for your unselfishness, and a nod to your commitment to the public good. Retirement is a time to walk off into the sunset, your head held high and blissfully…Read more
It is a frightening scenario whichever way you look at it; the arrest last week of seven men in a small hamlet, Dzenton Daboase, near Salaga with two AK 47 assault rifles, raises many questions and sends shivers down the spines of Ghanaians. Though the men have not been formally charged in a court of law,…Read more
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