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Accra, Ghana
Saturday, August 19, 2017

TEARS FOR A NATION; THE TRAGEDY OF MAJOR MAHAMAH

Since my migration from childhood into adulthood, I have taken the pain and joy even then as a growing patriot to do several researches in connection with the past of my forefathers. I have equally...
BY: NANA OTU DARKO

GHANA’S PARLIAMENT IS CORRUPT?

The Parliament of Ghana just like the house of Commons and the house of Lords in the United Kingdom remains a democratically elected entity that is mandated by constitutional edicts to make and shape...

IS THERE A LEADER IN AFRICA?

“A leader leads the people to where they want to go but a good leader leads the people to where they ought to be” Examining the idea of transformational leadership critically, an effective leader must...
Written by GHANA NI BA NANA OTU DARKO Poet/Pan-Africanist nanaotudarko@yahoo.com

TEARS OF THE STREET CHILD

Growing up as a child, I constantly felt proud as a Ghanaian every time my class six social studies teacher exposed me to the vast wealth of natural resources owned by my country. I...
BY: NANA OTU DARKO

AFRICA MUST UNITE VOL 2

It’s extremely pitiful to announce that Africa Alone harbor’s 45% of the world’s prospective hydroelectric power leading America and Europe which has 13% and 11% respectively yet African communities are continuously plunged in ‘black...
BY: NANA OTU DARKO

AFRICA MUST UNITE  VOL 1

The unity of the African continent is the greatest fortune that could ever happen to the social-political and economic life of her people. In several avenues have former Black leaders trumpeted the essence of Africa’s...

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