Archive for May, 2009

Politicians embrace new media

Generally, politicians love to see sea of cameras and flash lights striking at them in public places. They turn saints when they see the big TV cameras with long microphone stands struggling for space around their heads. They usually prefer seeing themselves in major TV news and front pages of newspapers.

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Barack Obama to visit Ghana

Barack Obama beams with hopes

Can Barack Obama save Africa?

US President Barack Obama is scheduled to embark on a two-day state visit to the West African country of Ghana in July. His wife, Michelle Obama and other high ranking government officials are expected to accompany him. Obama and his delegation will also visit the Cape Coast Castle – an epitome of the slave era – in the central region of Ghana. Continue reading ‘Barack Obama to visit Ghana’

Is Ghana serious?

Events happening in one of West African’s most peaceful countries make me think that country is not and would never be serious. The new administration since the beginning of 2009 has occupied itself chasing state vehicles alleged to have been stolen or hidden by functionaries and appointees of the previous administration.
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