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Koku Anyidoho writes: The Atta-Mills Institute Has Come To…

“In His time, in His time, He makes all things beautiful In His time Lord please show me everyday As you’re teaching me your way That you do just what you say In your time” The soul-inspiring lyrics of the above song has not stopped reverberating deep inside my marrow since the

Secret recordings, journalism, and internship- Some lessons from…

Let me try and keep this post as real as possible. During my years at the BBC World Service, we would never do secret recordings of the guests on our programmes. Not only was it considered unethical, but the BBC always prides itself in being transparent, honest, truthful, fair, balanced, accurate,

When is the free ride for Senior Citizens, starting? [Article]

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo prior to the 2016 presidential elections made some major promises including the free senior high school policy, the one village one dam, the one million per constituency among other key promises, which are being implemented despite the few challenges. These

Secret is in the figures

I have always felt and said that Economists are a breed apart. Every time you hear or read a budget statement by a Minister of Finance, you get even more convinced that economists are a special breed.When you hear or read what other economists have to say on any budget or financial statement, you

Why NMC’s ruling on militia documentary -Sulemana Braimah writes

On July 24, 2019, the National Media Commission (NMC) delivered its ruling on the complaint filed by the government against the Multimedia Group, following the latter’s production and broadcast of a documentary titled “Militia in the Heart of the Nation.” The three-page (22-paragraph) ruling

Mills was NDC’s best performing president, not Mahama, not…

The late Mills would have been very successful in his short spell in government but for the shenanigans of the conspiratorial plotters that surrounded him. But despite his brief spell at the presidency, the late Mills performed exceedingly better than his predecessor, Rawlings and his

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