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Vals Day Letter to Yaa Aketesia

  My dearest Yaa Aketesia, I was only wondering how my only super precious Queen is faring. I was in a state of stupor, on the maiden auspicious day I set my daring inquisitive eyes on your very spectacular, splendid, sensational bodily arrangement. The alvarolically shaped bodily arrangement was like the parallel lines which never meet. I was extremely flabbergasted by your sparkling eyes which … Continue reading Vals Day Letter to Yaa Aketesia

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Of Plagiarism, Politics and the musings of disturbed content creators

Passing someone’s ideas, work or words as your own is a condemnable act. In academia one could be sacked, academic qualification revoked or thesis rejected. So from the forgoing, this is not a matter to be toyed with. Unfortunately in our part of the world we don’t take it seriously. Dabbing has become a canker in our schools questioning the the integrity and a placing a dent on the ethical leadership of our graduates Continue reading Of Plagiarism, Politics and the musings of disturbed content creators

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2016 was a Ghana election

Author’s Note: A poetic treatise on #GhanaDecides   2016 was a Ghana election Some say it was an African election Before this was anticipated tension Resulting in all the peace message mention Presidential candidates in alternating succession All in a bid to gain access to the ballot paper via legal selection After all these- will we vote on Dec. 7? Was, the question.   2016 … Continue reading 2016 was a Ghana election

Final Post: Guest Blog on Democracy and Governance in Ghana

It has been close to a month of  special guest blogs on ‘Democracy and Governance in Ghana’ with Kojo Asante and we have our twelve and last  post here. This post highlight the importance of civil society and what specific roles they can play. Spotlight is also thrown on the constitutional review process in Ghana and we get to have Kojo’s final words. Thank you for been with us … Continue reading Final Post: Guest Blog on Democracy and Governance in Ghana