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The Ghanaian Criminal System By Nana Adu-Boafo Jnr
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The Ghanaian Criminal System Lack of Good legal system; fairness and justice for all By: Ernest Nana Adu-Boafo Too often the criminal justice system is pronouncing people guilty without evidence,... More > lawyers, or a chance to plead their case. Yesterday, people across Cocoa Affair Court in Accra, the city of Ghana pleaded guilty to crimes they didn’t commit. This isn’t something new or extraordinary. Every year, the Ghanaian criminal system punishes thousands of people who are not guilty. These routine wrongful convictions never make it into headlines because they are unnoticed.< Less
Looking At Our Ghana Today, Any Hope Tomorrow? By Nana Adu-Boafo Jnr
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It is with regret to know that we started the race with the likes of Malaysia and South Korea, and just look at how they have progressed. They are making cars, electronics, good roads, good housing,... More > and have put in place effective programmes to develop their countries. And where is Ghana now? Regrettably, we now go to those countries to borrow money. I weep for Ghana and the generations to come. We need a true LEADERSHIP. We need Leadership with vision and ideas, selfless Leadership devoid of greed, Incompetence, cronyism and capable of transforming us into an industrialized and robust economy. For the purposes of this article, I will define a leader as a person who is appointed, elected or informally chosen to direct and co-ordinates (Fiedler, 1995). This definition acknowledges the significant truth that the formally appointed leader is not always a real leader. On the other hand, leadership can be considered to be the personal qualities, behaviors, styles and decisions adopted by the leader.< Less
Alphabets of Dreams By Nana Adu-Boafo Jnr
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Dreams are very different from waking life, but it is extremely difficult clearly to define in what the difference consists. When we are dreaming, we are nearly always convinced that we are awake,... More > and in some cases real experiences have been mistaken for dreams. We have ONLY two (2) types of dreams, thus, 1. Good Dream and 2. Bad Dream. The good dream is what we call ‘’Visions’’ and The bad dream is what we call ‘’Nightmares’’. It’s only in our dreams that we can enter into the spiritual world. God can speak to you in your dream; And Satan too can confuse you in your dreams. Sometimes even after waking, we may be doubtful whether our dream was a reality or not, especially if we happen to fall asleep in our chair and do not remember the circumstance of having fallen to sleep. Of course this doubt can only arise when there has been nothing in our dream that seems impossible to our wakened mind.< Less
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