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Ghana: A Nation Of Greedy, Evil, Dwarf Bastards

Posted by Business in Ghana on October 23, 2012

By Kwaku Adu-Gyamfi. (Voice of Reason), NJ, USA

Power concedes nothing without demand”—Fredrick Douglas.

This is extraordinary and humongous…This is a head- scratching moment!

THE YOUTH OF GHANA SHOULD arise todefend and protect the environment and the nation’s health and its resources.

Yes, the young people of this nation should be screaming from the rooftops of the Parliament House, OSU Castle, District Assemblies and Chiefs’ Palaces across the land right now; for many man -made problems that could have been avoided, or controlled and managed with simple initiatives and empathy. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fire in Toronto, Ghanaian youth mowed down mecillessly

Posted by Business in Ghana on September 27, 2008

In the jungle world of guns, sex, booze, and drugs, death often comes, suddenly in a brazen hail of bullets in dark alleys, in forgotten and forbidden places, where only the brave can tread. The victims and killers often know each other pretty well; your very friends. They would take you down to what police calls, drug call down. Drug call down is a call to death, often tricked and taken there by one of your trusted friends, simply because you might have broken some of the codes of the drug trade, sealed and signed by blood. You die if you rat or snitch to the police. You die if you refuse to push some drug. You die if you dilute the drug. You die if you are tardy in drug payment. And you die if you bed the girlfriends of your friends behind bars. Hard to imagine such low lives have such strong codes of conduct. This is the minefield some Ghanaian youth have fallen into.

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