George Ayittey: Africa’s Intellectual Rebel is Gone

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After sharing the poster of his funeral arrangement and burial service, which would be on Friday, 8th April, one of our Board Members said, You will be hurt more...

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Happy and Prosperous or Plunderous New Year?

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“When a portion of wealth passes from the person who has acquired it, without his consent and compensation, to someone who has not created it, whether this is by...

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Message to The West: Why You Should Not Forgive Africa of Its Debt Trespasses

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Debt robs Africa of its dignity: it brings to the open, conversations centred on where Africa is and where she intends to get to. It brings to the fore...

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Emmanuel Acquah’s take on Ghana’s 2020 Elections brouhaha

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Comrades, this is my side of the ongoing insurgencies and heated political debate after your calls and messages. Yes, my response has delayed. I needed to hear from all...

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ON THE MATTER OF SARS: An Open letter to President Akuffo Addo

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I write to further engage your kind attention on the nerve-wracking situation in Nigeria which is affecting the long-cherished peace and stability, a pillar for the socio-economic transformation of...

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Coercivism and Extortionism, A Threat to Freedom and Prosperity in Africa

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“Using coercion to drive charity is like using kidnapping to create love” – Stefan Molyneux Coercion and extortion are inseparable. Their interconnectedness is bound by despotism. Both brood theft...

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20 of Dr. Nigel Ashford’s best quotes ever from his book” Principles for a Free Society”

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In an age characterized by interventionism, protectionism, wars, dictatorial powers, corruption, inequality, immorality and intolerance, the call for a free society is the most pressing need. This cannot be...

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Impact of Bribery and Corruption On Ghana’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

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“Corruption is a cancer: a cancer that eats away at a citizens faith in democracy, diminishes the instinct for innovation and creativity; already-tight national budgets, crowding out important national...

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Nabcoism And Poliemployment – The Twins of Political Gimmickry

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“A spark can start a fire that burns the entire prairie” The current President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has said the unemployment rate in...

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The She Movement; A focus on Potential of African Women in Leadership and Entrepreneurship

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Dr. James Emmanuel Kwegyir Aggrey is credited with the pithy saying that “if you educate a man you educate an individual but if you educate a woman you educate...

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