My Musing: Pursuit of Titles – Literary Fraud?

I sometimes end up sending the article to them on the ensuing Tuesday because I usually have to subject myself to some rigorous mental torture, if you like. I even sometimes have to solicit titles from recipients of My Musings who also dabble in the art (like I did for this one).

The invisible hand of government in cedi depreciation

As the normal principle of economics says, when a domestic currency depreciates it makes the prices of goods and services decline compared to the international prices.

Live from the Woods: Kan Dapaah’s silence fuels vandalism of NPP thugs

We’re three months into the thug government of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and there appears a grand scheme to put fear in the citizens.

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Please bring back my old British Airways

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SAMSON’S TAKE: Why we don't win the corruption fight – A fight?

I have shown that it is untrue that we need more laws to fight corruption in Ghana. I have shown that, beyond the grandstanding lip-service, political leadership is simply not committed.

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In defense of Manasseh Azure Awuni: A voice of the people

Manasseh Azure Awuni, one of Ghana’s finest investigative journalists, must certainly be causing too much discomfort for some of the people lurking in the corridors of power in Ghana.

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Let’s start management of electricity challenges with Industrial Consumers

Over the past three decades there have been five episodes of power crises with increasing duration and severity. In each case, the source of the supply shortfall is traced almost exclusively to insufficient spare capacities.

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Our rivers flow with milk and poison

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Live from the Woods: NDC facing unprecedent split as civil war rages over 2016 defeat

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85% of local gov’t budget expected from donors

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Live from the Woods: Of ‘tit for tat’ politics, NPP Invincible Forces and Kintampo Waterfalls tragedy

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Occupational sexism

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