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Nigeria To Elect New President On 25th February 2023: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

1. Tinubu (70years)/Shettima (56years)= Muslim/Muslim Ticket. 2. Atiku(76years)/Okowa(63years)=Muslim /Christian Ticket. 3. Obi(61years)/Datti(53years)= Christian/Muslim Ticket. According to the CIA World Factbook estimate, there are 53.5% Muslims and 45.9% Christians in Nigeria. According to ARDA 2020 estimate, there were 46.2% Muslims and 46.3% Christians in Nigeria. However, according to Pew Estimate in […]

UK Politics & Economy Never the Same After Brexit: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

Razak Kojo Opoku

In reality, it seems the Brexit(“the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union”) has been exacerbating long-term economic and political crisis for the United Kingdom. This was expected as “structural changes will take place over the long term as capital and labour adjust to the new trading arrangements”. […]

Don’t Use Ken Ofori-Atta As An Excuse for Your Presidential Ambition: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

Razak Kojo Opoku

It is quite funny when fanatics of Flagbearer hopefuls within the NPP consistently put all the blame on Ken Ofori-Atta as the main architect of the prevailing economic condition in the Country. Maybe because of their respective Presidential ambitions, some do not want to be part of the failures of […]

Time For Africa To Print Own Currencies – Kwabena Adu Koranteng Writes

Kwabena Adu Koranteng

For over 65 years, countries in Africa have strived and succeeded in attaining political Independence than   financial independence. Interestingly, these countries in Africa seem to love and boast of their political independence than striving for financial and economic independence and still print their currencies in Europe and North America. So […]

The Currency And Economy Of Every Country Is Under Pressure: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

The media core mandate is to educate and inform the masses. The Ghanaian media is no exception to this. However, with utmost respect, some media outlets out of ignorance, mischief and agenda settings have been always deepening the ignorance of the masses through misleading information. As an honest government, President […]

Both Teacher Kwesi Botchwey and His Students Are NOT The Best Resource Persons To Proffer Solutions To Monetary Challenges Of Ghana: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

Can Prof. Kwesi Botchwey and his economic students explain to Ghanaians why these programmes of World Bank and IMF FAILED to transform the Ghanaian economy under PNDC/NDC: 1. Structural Adjustment Programme(SAP) 2. Economic Recovery Programme(ERP) 3. Programme of Actions to Mitigate the Social Costs of Adjustment (PAMSCAD) 4. $1 billion […]