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Shatta Wale owes Charter House no apology [Article]

When I first heard rumours that Shatta Wale was not going to be nominated for any category in this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), I hoped it was nothing but hot air being blown by faceless doom mongers. The rumours, however gained more currency as the days went by, and the sources of the filla were even more authentic. ...

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Kojo Adu-Asare writes: The wisdom in Otabil’s speech & matters arising

I have known Dr. Mensa Otabil for the past twenty-seven years, precisely on the fifth anniversary of ICGC when I was invited by Sister Helen Derby (now Mrs ‘something’), and together with my friend Louis , now Reverend Kwame KanKam-Boadu who is now an ICT Systems Engineer in the USA and Henry Ayirebi-Acquah. We had been witnessed to a few ...

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Afanyi Dadzie writes: Praising Mahama’s free sandals; applause for mediocrity

When I am entitled to a full loaf of bread and you give me half a loaf, you have clearly cheated or short-changed me. A father who only exhibits his manly prowess by planting a foetus into the womb of a woman, but ends his duty to that offspring after delivery; cannot be worthy of mention when fathers are being ...

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#SOTNGhana: An open letter to Mahama [Article]

Allow me to begin by saying that I do respect and admire you, immensely. Unlike many Ghanaians, I believe that our president; regardless of our individual political affiliations and sentiments; deserves our respect. After all, being the Head of State could not possibly be a walk in the park. Having said this, though, you must not take it to necessarily ...

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LifeSense with Terry Mante – Forgive yourself  

Everbody makes mistakes. Without mistakes, we would not be called humans. We would be regarded as angels. Mistakes have the power to trap us and to stagnate our progress. They also can make us retrogress. They can also make us lose our sense of confidence and respect. Regardless of the negative effects of mistakes, it is practically impossible to live ...

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Manny Pacquiao’s political suit unpleasant to the Ghanaian politician

Boxing is a sport that makes one rich. But becoming rich in boxing depends on one’s exploit in the boxing ring. It is a game that involves consent to receive pains and harm as a result of the sports culture. In boxing, the gloves play a very crucial role in one’s defeat or otherwise albeit receiving and throwing punches. Forgive ...

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Wereko Brobby: What is in a name? Everything, if it’s about election 2016

Four people emerge out of a meeting. Three of the group, who are supposed to be rival competitors, have a common understanding and interpretation of the meeting’s outcome. The fourth, who is the appointed arbiter for the impending competition , comes out with a diametrically opposite interpretation of what took place, after  a night’s sleep. Is this a case of ...

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Abuse of power in Uganda’s poll: Can same happen in Ghana?

I was engaged in a conversation with my good friend in Uganda ,Guaviya . We mostly hold such conversations, hoping to know about the happenings in each of our countries (Ghana and Uganda). He is very passionate about Pan Africanism and he shares in the same belief for a “United Africa for Progress”, a situation that gets us closer, most ...

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Obinim is my mentor [Article]

I remember that song so well. It was played so often that I thought a TV network had been granted the clearance to change the National Anthem. I’m sure Phillip Gbeho and Michael Gbordzoe wouldn’t have been exceptionally excited. “Mentor’s gonna take you higher ‘rrrr’ Mentor’s gonna take you ther ‘rrrr’ Stick to TV3 Mentor ‘rrrr’ Onanai”  Who were your ...

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Weight control in a junk-filled world [Article]

In many developed countries and democracies, weight control through a proper dietary regimen is becoming the focus of preventive healthcare. The need for people to look good and healthy is becoming more pronounced as several weight control programs and establishments prop up. The issue of body size and form transcends science alone. Indeed, there are several cultures where weight gain ...

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