Category: Politics

Ghana politcs, African politics, global politics

The two old johns!!!!

Dear Excellencies, former presidents John Korshivi Rawlings and John Kofi Kufuor, in case you don’t know, let me remind you that Ghana would not come to a standstill because of you two. In fact, we don’t give a toss if…

Hello Mr. President

Sir, I’m not a very happy young man this morning. I don’t intend to be charitable in my diction as I vent my frustrations on you and your government for what I consider as ineptitude, inaction and the unnecessary ‘walk-about’…

Nonsense Galore

I had mentioned in an earlier article that Atta Mills will go down the political history of Ghana as one president who had instituted the highest number of committees and commissions. Most of them absolutely useless. I do commend him…

Letter from His Excellency, the President

Letter from the President   Prof. Evans Fiifi Atta Mills Office of the President Osu- Accra 28-08-09 To: Mr Courage Senanu Agboado Akatsi Dear Courage, I have painstakingly taken time out of my seemingly busy schedules to respond to your…

Same Old Stage, Same Script, Same Actors

I had my baptism of fire with Ghana politics in December 2000. I should say that was when my democratic balls came of full age. So I dared to put them on the line to campaign, like most Ghanaians, for…

Another Nonsense

So when would Ghanaian politicians learn any lessons? I am making a specific reference to the two main political parties- NDC and NPP. The December 2008 elections were generally acclaimed by the outside world as free and fair. Any time…

The Ghana Killing Service

THE GHANA KILLING SERVICE In the last couple of weeks, the Ghana Police Service has been beating its chest in pride for what it considers as acts of heroism. They have been involved in a number of shoot-outs with suspected…

THE JUNE 4 HOGWASH

THE JUNE 4 HOGWASHLike most young Ghanaians, I came to meet the June 4 celebration. I think it used to be a national public holiday until someone, I guess ex-president J.A. ‘Waawaa-DeeHuo’ Kuffour, woke up one Saturday morning, probably on…