How our wives can catch us cheating

A story was told of a Nigerian, a Kenyan and a Ghanaian who were working in a factory in Europe!

The truth behind Ghanaian politics

​​​​​​​The peasant majority and working class still back the political establishment. Ghana is a democratic Republic and so the support received, from both the peasant majority and the working class, by the political establishment is out of free will.

Cedi depreciation is a disguised blessing

For some time now, our air waves, print and even social media seem to have had a respite on the issue of cedi depreciation, and rising exchange rates.

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An important part of learning how to achieve your goals is learning how NOT to do it. Mistakes are instructions, not roadblocks. Let them teach you, and not defeat you.

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PDS: Government shouldn’t rush into a new concession agreement

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Message from the Morning Man: The king is naked

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Opinion: Public education on referendum on amendment of Article 55(3)

The question of whether or not we should elect MMDCEs is a question that parliament has the power to answer.

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When is technology taking over my job?

The notion that technology will displace humans of work at some point in time is a difficult one to grapple with. It is an issue that must be delved into because of the rapid progress made in technology, especially within the few decades.

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Politics of divisiveness - A thorn in our flesh

If today anyone should be shedding tears for Ghana, it would be for the fact that this beautiful country has been sharply polarised beyond comfort.  

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Opinion: Tema Motorway so much reflects the state of Ghana

As I drove on the dark stretch and as I dogged craters wrongly described as potholes, my mind reflected, yet again, on how the Tema Motorway so much reflects the state of Ghana for me.

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Opinion: The danger in joining security convoys uninvited

I write for the benefit of many of our drivers, most of whom sadly are security officers who should know better but follow convoys when they find themselves trapped in traffic.

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Samson’s Take: In defence of Article 55(3) – vote “NO”

All I have done has been to correct an erroneous and misleading impression that a “YES” vote on December 17 is intended to and will make MMDCEs office elective.

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