• Monday , 18 December 2017

David’s Blog

One Man Can Make A Difference

One Man Can Make A Difference

I recently received this text message: “GHANA…..misplaced priorities, clueless leadership, bankrupt of 21st century ideas. Frankly…what has celebrating 5 years of Atta Mills death, revisiting the birth of the UGCC and all the crap that gets mentioned got to do ...

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Why Does Ghana Need New Administrative Regions?

Why Does Ghana Need New Administrative Regions?

Don’t we need some education on the government’s decision for creating new regions? I have heard arguments about it being necessary for the “creation of equitable development”. In fact, the creation of the Upper West region they say, was to ...

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Obia Nye Obia

Obia Nye Obia

Recently there was a discussion on my old school online forum about selecting one of us to deliver a speech on our behalf at a colleague’s funeral. One of us suggested that we choose someone of stature to read a ...

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What Kind Of People Are We?

What Kind Of People Are We?

I made the terrible mistake of watching a bit of the lynching of Captain Maxwell Mahama. I regret it. I can not sleep. I have never seen anything like that before. I know it happens. I’ve seen it on television ...

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Fixing The Energy Sector

Fixing The Energy Sector

As the elections approached late last year, I spoke to three power sector experts about what it would take for any government to end “dumsor”. It was part of a series of interviews I did working with Ghana Oil and ...

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Change Has Come To America

Change Has Come To America

“First they ignore you Then they laugh at you Then they fight you And then you win” That’s what happened to Donald Trump. When he first said he would run, they more or less went from ignoring him to laughing ...

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Letter To The President

Letter To The President

Dear President Mahama RE: Peaceful elections   Allow me to share a personal letter to you with everyone else. As we approach elections again, there is tension in the air even if some don’t feel it. It’s there. The Ghana ...

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