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Spare BoG this ignoble practice [Article]

Since March 2016, the three topmost positions at the Bank of Ghana (BoG) have witnessed an unprecedented change, with two governors resigning and new ones appointed in this spate of two years. Over the period, two deputy governors have also resigned and the latest vacancy, occasioned by the resignation of the former Second Deputy Governor, Dr Johnson Asiama, yet to ...

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Bozoma Saint John ‘Not A Good’ role model for young Ghanaian women

Uber Marketing Executive, Bozoma Saint John, has come and left us with all her awesomeness. Prior to this trip, she became known to many as that “cool” Ghanaian woman making a name for herself in “Obimanso.” You may remember her as that Apple marketing executive who launched Ghanaian hiplife artist, Atom and his hit single, “Y3 Wo Krom” on an ...

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What you need to know about Martin Amidu

Long before the issue of the fraudulent payment of large sums of money in legal judgement debts by the government to businesses and individuals came to public notice, I had recounted in previous articles elsewhere, how there was one thing former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mr. Martin Amidu hated with a passion as a child: School. I recounted how ...

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Re: What is Republic Day in Ghana?

Independence square

There are grounds to say that any state’s attribute presupposes the existence of law. State power operates over a certain territory: its orders and instructions extends to the people living within the state’s borders and those outside who hold allegiance to the state. An inalienable attribute of state power is sovereignty, i.e. The Republic, which is the legal expression of ...

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CAF awards brouhaha: From the International Relations Perspective

“Theories are always for someone and for some purpose” (Robert W. Cox). Every year, the Confederation Of African Football (CAF) organizes awards to, inter alia, award those football players and football administrators, who distinguished themselves in their various fields in the course of the year. This year’s event took place right here in Ghana, in the Accra International Conference Centre ...

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9 things every young entrepreneur must know in 2018 [Article]

Whether you are an Entrepreneur or desire to be one by chance or choice, driven by impact or profit, there are a number of things that are crucial to the growth of your Business or Ideas. These nuggets, in my opinion, represent what could change the face of doing business in Africa for Young Entrepreneurs. 1. Focus Every Entrepreneur will ...

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Israeli Ambassador writes on Jerusalem: Looking backward for the sake of the future

“Then Solomon began to build the temple of the Lord in Jerusalem on Mount Moriah” 2 Chronicles, 3:1, NKJV The Sankofa symbol expresses the instruction to turn backwards to history and tradition and take important knowledge and values, thus a better future will be built up. During this time of international discussion concerning Jerusalem, let us follow this principle and ...

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Prof. Oquaye writes: What is Republic Day in Ghana?

In 1960 Ghana became a republic. However, in 1966 that was overthrown by a military coup led by Kotoka, and the 1st Republic ended. The 2nd Republic came into being in 1969. That republic also came to an end in another coup led by General Acheampong. In 1979 we had the 3rd Republic led by President Limann. Rawlings staged the ...

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Bozoma’s thoughts on Fear and Choices

I almost missed the whole interview with powerhouse, Uber’s Bozoma Saint John on Thursday January 4, 2018, at The African Leadership Initiative West Africa (ALIWA) Dialogue series. Thank heavens; my friend Anim prompted me in time to just catch what was (to me) the most important part of her story. With that said, well done to Citi TV, on keeping ...

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18 years of TESCON; 25 years of 4th Republic – Ghana will rise again [ Article]

This article is to commemorate the 18th Anniversary of the formation of the Tertiary Students Confederacy of the New Patriotic Party (TESCON). It also coincides with the 25th Anniversary of the birth of the Fourth Republic. From its humble beginnings as a tertiary students wing of the NPP, TESCON has steadily evolved into a powerful political machinery, occupying an important ...

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