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Love Letter to My MP

Hello my dearly beloved Member of Parliament. It’s been almost a year since some of us saw you in our constituency. You would recall, the last we saw of you was when the parliamentary results were being declared at the…

Sudanese born British businessman Mo Ibr

Dear Mr. Mo Ibrahim, Take Your Money Go.

For the second year running, Mr. Mo, you have been sitting your somewhere, and after having some pizza and wine, you engage in this game of dangling your money before our eyes, raising our libidos; I mean our appetites, and…

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When the Teacher’s Reward Goes to Heaven

I resigned from the Ghana Education Service in 2008 at the rank of Principal Superintendent. I have been in the service for a cumulative period of 10 years; having spent the first four of those 10 years in a small…

Mr. President, Get One Right

Good evening Mr. President. Let’s do some straight talk. I am not amused at all tonight. Your Excellency, earlier this afternoon, over lunch, I had remarked to my colleague, that ‘like joke like play’, you and your NDC government seem…

Now that we have some cash

Good evening Mr. President and welcome back home. We didn’t miss you much while you were away. In fact, we have been very busy burning down the remaining markets. So far we are on course. There is statistics to prove….

Ghana is Finished

Ghana is Finished… It’s just a matter of time before the political hallelujah boys come jumping from one media outlet to the other, to rationalize an impending absurdity. For a while, I have elected to watch the game from the…

54 Years of Nationhood: the Odyssey of Ananse Politics

So on the 6ht of March 2011, we turned 54; and proudly so. We have every good cause to celebrate. Of course we’ve celebrated many other things that did not necessarily make sense. But this celebration, like many others before…

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Death in the Dawn

It is an almost forgotten dream Rekindled by the mini beam The flame, supported by the steam The start, or at least the appearance thereof Looks good From grace to greats Favor to fervor Then the dip The scales tip…

All Die be Die; Incitements and Exhortations

So Nana Akuffo Addo, in his desperation to court political affection to aid his bid for the presidency chooses to say among other things, at a party gathering that the NDC thinks or believes, that they Akans are weak, therefore…