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Have We Been Reduced To Political And Ethnic Fanaticisms?

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Photo ReportingHave We Been Reduced To Political And Ethnic Fanaticisms?

Author’s note: Some of the materials in this piece were first published in 2009. But I have been asked to republish it since we’re in an election season. I have reread and made whatever relatively minor changes .I feel they’re warranted.

Mr Prez, Live and Let’s Die, ...Ghanaians lament to John Mahama

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Photo ReportingMr Prez, Live and Let’s Die, ...Ghanaians lament to John Mahama

After the funeral rite of the late Prez J.E.A Mills, Prez John Mahama has been going up and down the country campaigning under the auspices of thanksgiving.

Asantehene Is Not Above Reproach But Above Insults!

Opinion

Photo Reporting: Otumfuor Osei TutuAsantehene Is Not Above Reproach But Above Insults!

By Manasseh Azure Awuni

A Ghanaian journalist and blogger is at the center of a major furore over an article he wrote which has been deemed disrespectful towards the King of Ashanti.

Dirt thrown at the Mahama family will not stick

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Photo ReportingDirt thrown at the Mahama family will not stick

...NPP can never shed their lying scales

How on earth could the NPP exhibit the level of bravado at their press conference accusing the president of malfeasance or corruption when they in fact are highly guilty of these accusations?

President John Mahama- Father Of Corruption (I)

opinion

Photo Reporting27 September 2012

President John Mahama- Father Of Corruption (I)

We are indeed in an interesting time, where interesting things are happening, with an interesting personality as President. Unfortunate for us Ghanaians, we have a President who on the surface of it appears to be a fine gentleman, but, within, finds himself in the league of leaders like Nigeria’s Sani Abacha, Zaire’s Mobutu Seseko, Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak et al.