On Monday, I saw a clear shift from the political journey that was embarked on for years which has proven unprofitable and unproductive to the challenges of the Ghanaian people. A political system which had praised political jabs over deliverables. A political system which fed largely on soundbites and slogans other than the key and … Continue reading OUTDOORING OF PROF JANE NAANA OPOKU-AGYEMANG AS RUNNING MATE: WHAT I GATHERED
I chose to start this article with some lessons picked in an encounter with the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, Her Excellency Claudia Turbay Quintero who also doubles as the Colombian Ambassador to Ghana. She said something that was striking when myself, Elikem Kotoko and Daniels Hollie met her to present a position paper on … Continue reading THERE IS ALWAYS A BETTER WAY: INCLUDE CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISMS IN DECISIONS
It is important to acknowledge that no ticket can ever be perfect. However, each ticket can be examined on its merits and what it offers potentially, to the people it seeks power from.