It is now a familiar scene; Ghanaian workers under the leadership of their various unions taking to the streets of major cities across the nation to protest harsh economic and financial conditions and the government's indifference to their problems. While the demonstrations have been viciously denounced by government agents as being overly political, designed to…Read more
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While Ghanaians have been busy obsessing with and hyperventilating over the government's decision to roll out the welcome mat to for the two former Guantanamo Bay detainees, the rest of the world was witnessing a momentous event that will have huge implications for international diplomacy and international co-operation. My point of reference here is the Iran…Read more
Tamale was once described by a prominent international news magazine as the fastest growing metropolis in the West African region. I could not agree more with the assessment. It was apt and accurate. The Tamale I knew in my youth is not the city I know today; over the last three decades, Tamale has undergone a…Read more
Governments are elected to make difficult and sometimes unpopular decisions, and that is a political reality Ghanaians should learn to live with. The Mahama's administration's decision to accept two former Gitmo detainees is indeed praiseworthy. However, the move has been roundly criticized by the President's most ardent critics who have labelled the decision a betrayal…Read more
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