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Ugandan Legislators: Politicians or Pickpockets?

Barely a year after making numerous promises to unsuspecting constituent members, MPs are already th...

30th January 2007
Ghana’s Parliament Takes New Shape

While cultural, ethical, religious, moral and scientific approaches have to be mixed and juggled con...

23rd October 2007
Ghana Should Rethink Its Development Strategy

Ghana’s developmental tribulations need a detailed grasp of the challenges emanating from the schism...

30th October 2007
Ghana’s Elites Overlook Traditional Institutions

The erosion of traditional judicial powers of the chieftaincy institution by the modern judicial adm...

13th November 2007
Redefining the Ghanaian Nation-State

About 100 Community Child Protection centers have been set up to ensure that laws relating to cultur...

20th November 2007
CHOGM Alienated Museveni from Ugandans

If Uganda was as efficient in the infrastructural and road repairs like it was during CHOGM, it woul...

21st December 2007
Re-Casting of Ghana

Ghana, as development mission, will be fully known, completely understood, and made attuned to itsel...

21st December 2007
Democratisation Should Embrace Traditional Values

By wrapping the development process and democratization around the necks of traditional rulers and i...

15th January 2008
Reviewing Ghana’s Development Process

Ghanaian citizenship is yet to be interpreted from within Ghanaian traditional values and how this u...

1st January 2008
Ghana Needs a Revolution of Ideas

Part of the revolution of ideas may come from drenching Ghana’s democracy in its “traditional belief...

8th January 2008
CHOGM: Ugandans Need a Report

Considering the pomp of this historical event, the government ought to clearly highlight its long te...

29th January 2008
Contending Moralities: Which Way for Ghana?

The new religion and morality education not only attempts to give respect and confidence to traditio...

29th January 2008
Uganda: Tribal Time Bomb Yet to Explode

It is hypocritical for Ugandans to make faces when Uganda itself is sitting on a time bomb of the s...

5th February 2008
Gadaffi: A Pragmatic PanAfricanist

Col Gadaffi’s visit to Uganda could be of greater benefit to Uganda if he uses it and succeeds in co...

18th March 2008
Vendors Should Manage Local Markets

The nature and length of investments and business relationships should always be constructed to ensu...

16th October 2007
Ghana Elections: The Rational Battles the Irration...

Information technology, democratic values, global development and scientific polls are pushing many...

2nd October 2007
Nigerian Police: An Enemy of the People

Nigeria cannot advance without an agile and efficient police accountable to Nigerians and held culpa...

25th September 2007
Fetish Priests to Face the Taxman

National policies minted from the centre should be tailored down to respective locals, informed by t...

6th February 2007
Ghana: An Odyssey through 50 Years of Nationhood

At age 50, the government should stop pretending to be everybody's keeper and focus on its role of p...

13th February 2007
When the Poor Fear Investing

I am very angry at Africa’s present condition. We are talking about a continent which is tremendousl...

13th February 2007
Ghana’s Education Trails 50 Years Behind

The educated Ghanaian, almost 50 years after independence, has not been able to refine the inhibitio...

20th February 2007
Ghana: Fifty Years of Culture Neglect

Ghanaian elites and bureaucrats could look at the success stories of some of the Asian nations like...

6th March 2007
Nigeria’s Oil Rich Region: A Time Bomb

What is necessary is to bring about a policy framework under which every citizen of the oil produci...

20th March 2007
Radio Talk Show on Development Applauded

Elites are shielded from the norms, values and traditions of Sierra Leoneans in national developmen...

27th March 2007
What’s the Trouble with Rawlings?

Over the past 15 years, the tabloid version of Jerry Rawlings does not do him justice. The Ghanaian...

10th April 2007
Uganda’s Judiciary Should be Freed

Uganda’s judiciary should be allowed to operate privately with limited or no interference from the e...

17th April 2007
Is Kenya’s Brand Waning?

Selling papers and pulling in the listeners and viewers today is one thing but damaging your nation’...

10th October 2006
Bank Robberies: Decisive Action Must be Taken

Thugs have become very creative to an extent that instead of being subdued by security officers, the...

11th September 2007
Ghana Turns to Religion for Growth

It was God-fearing values that moved Okomfo Anokye and his associates, in the face of disparaging fa...

18th September 2007
New Millennium: Old Ethiopia in Search of Renewal

The millennium celebration is a time for Ethiopians to really think about and appreciate their Ethio...

18th September 2007
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