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To Whom It May Concern: Trying times for the NDC but this certainly, isn't the first or the worst. We have been through greater turmoils and withered greater storms before. We shall surely overcome again. This one too shall pass. Obviously,...
Author: Ohenenana Obonti Krow When the Greek debt crisis emerged back in 2001 it became obvious that the truth about the country's impending fiscal disaster had not become public knowledge up to that point. The Greek government conspired with the...
All Must be informed that the president's directive seeking to allowing the dismissed candidates to writing the ongoing WASSCE is summarily needless. By the rules of WAEC no dismissed or suspended student is prevented from writing the exam. If...
Authored by: Shadrach Appiah For one to have thought Nana Addo could do nothing to prevent COVID-19 from getting into Ghana is very mindbogling. COVID-19 isn't mandated to be in every country but for the inaction and indecision of our...
  Corona Virus(COVID_19), a pandemic that came to the globe as a shock and the entire world is on its knees battling with it even more developed countries like the United States, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom etc just like...
Author: Ohenenana Obonti Krow  Aristotle described three major rhetorical means of persuasion; ethos, pathos and logos. Ethos uses trust to persuade the audience. So, a politician uses his or her respective reputation and what is perceived or said about them....
Author: Ohenenana Obonti Krow  To cover their leaders poor handling of the covid-19 pandemic fight, the Npp propaganda machinery have prepared a fake report about the role Former President Mahama played in the Ebola fight and circulating it around. Leaders...
  Article by: Jonathan Opoku Prempeh  As history had taught us, the struggle for power can end with devastating consequences, if there is no trust, fairness, transparency and accountability. Sometimes, the consequences occur without warning; at other times, the warning bells...
The President and his team deserve commendation for the strong steps taken so far by imposing restrictions on the movement of people. However, it is worrying, that the steps already taken are not sufficient and far-reaching enough to “nib...
Article by: Amb. Alhaji Abdul-Rahman Harruna Attah, MOV FOREWORD I was going to use these columns today to make sense of some stuff I heard Mr. Kweku Baako put out during an appearance on Peace FM about aspects of the history...
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