'Aduro Wo So', Not Alan Creation; It’s NPP’s Conservative Orientation
Aduro wo so can only be a catchphrase or loosely translated, a slogan. Like in advertising, catchphrases constitute punchline of a sorts; and also, part of the merry that such occasions commandeer. Beyond the finesse and the joyful expressions, these are pronouncements that usually define the persona or the goods and services that are being projected with such theatrics.
Assin North Bye-Election: Another ‘Thievery’ in the Offing?
As predicted, the New Patriotic Party’s parliamentary candidate in the Kumawu bye-election, Ernest Anim, polled 15,264 to emerge the new MP for Kumawu, replacing Philip Basoa, whose death necessitated the election. Kwesi Amankwah of the NDC polled 3,723 to come a distant second.
The Nice Captain Slammed Manchester United Bidder Sir Jim Ratcliffe Ahead Of The Takeover Deadline.
Prospective Manchester United owner and OGC Nice Chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe has been chastised by Nice captain Dante following the club's disappointing season in Ligue 1. Nice captain Dante has slammed Sir Jim Ratcliffe and urged the Ineos chief to focus on the Ligue 1 club instead of trying to buy Manchester United. Ratcliffe, 70, is considered one of the frontrunners in a takeover saga that threatens to drag on into the summer. He and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani have submitted proposals for United in three
Musician Dayodman was discovered by blogger Alexander Antobre Dwumah via social media
A rising blogger noted for his compelling writing, Alexander Antobre Dwumah, was constantly searching for original stories and fascinating people to profile on his blog. He came upon a captivating video of an artist named Dayodman singing live at a nearby music festival one day while browsing social media.
60 Years of Failed Political [email protected] African Union: Our Leaders Unable To Manage The Economy Well Without IMF Bailouts: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes
Yesterday, 25th May 2023 marked exactly 60 years after the formation of African Union, a similar move to the European Union. Almost all the 55 Member States of Africa have been to the IMF for several times for economic bailouts and fiscal stability. My own Ghana has been to the IMF 17 times and still counting.