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In the struggle of CPP, there’s no victory

in the struggle of the cpp

GhanaHeadlineHistoryOpinionPolitics In the struggle of CPP, there’s no victory The people’s party – Osagyefo’s Convention People’s Party – has been rejected by the people yet again. For one stalwart, it’s time to call a halt for good  4,627 5 minutes read Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Share via Email Print Sane Eteshi – Matters Arising   Election 2020 is over, except for […]

Nyame Nhyira (God Bless) Kwame Nkrumah Nyame Nhyira (God Bless) Kwame Nkrumah Posted on March 12, 2020by ekownelson We were told he was the most corrupt leader ever; an impostor who did not earn a PhD but was flashing his honorary Doctorate around; a ‘showboy’ who built useless white elephants the country neither needed nor could afford; an  economic illiterate who drove Ghana’s […]

Kwame Nkrumah: World Peace, African Unity and a United Ghana

Kwame Nkrumah: World  Peace, African Unity and a United Ghana I start this retrospective with a quotation on African Unity by Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah and here I quote “We all want a United Africa, United not only in our concept of what unity connotes, but united in our common desire to move forward together […]

CPP -The enemy is not within our party, the enemy is out there!

CPP -The enemy is not within our party, the enemy is out there! by Ade Sawyerr – London As an ardent supporter of the Convention Peoples Party, events over the past few months have almost thrown me into a state of despair. But as a firm believer in God, I am confident that these rows […]

Uniting with PNC is the only way of moving the CPP forward – Ade Sawyerr

Uniting with PNC is the only way of moving the CPP forward – Ade Sawyerr I have been silent for the past eighteen months on the politics of Ghana hoping that things will get better for the country; but I have been disappointed that despite the promise of the last 53 years Ghana has yet […]

To the victor, ALL the spoils

I wrote this after the December 2000 elections. I did not provide advice for President Atta Mills when he took over in 2008.  I will find time to provide some advice to President John Mahama, but i will wait till after he has made all his appointments. My view of multiparty politics is that it […]

Is this the promised re- awakening of the CPP?

Feature Article Is this the promised re- awakening of the CPP? By: Sawyerr, Ade, (2007-10-01) A few years ago there was a lot of talk about the demise of the CPP; that it was dying a slow death and that it had become irrelevant for the country and its people. One argument rehearsed is […]

Dr Kwame Nkrumah – realising the vision for the next 50 years

Feature Article | 5 July 2007 00:00 CET  By Ade Sawyerr Previous | Next  In listening to the western press during this celebration of our golden jubilee independence year, there have been very confusing messages presented as if it had been unwise for us to have demanded and won our independence. Several western commentators referred […]

The CPP will win through with its ideas

The CPP will win through with its ideas By: Sawyerr, Ade, (2003-07-08) More from this columnist // // Forty three years after our nation became a republic, reports of the demise of the CPP, the party that won us our independence and led us into a republic, are greatly exaggerated. Yes, the CPP maybe gravely […]

Leaders without constituencies – the sorry state of the party…. Feature Article of Thursday, 30 May 2002 Leaders without constituencies – the sorry state of the party…. ….that was once supreme. I am not an apostate, I still believe in the Nkrumahist vision, but I get nightmares when I hear about all these attempts to reinvent the CPP. I am also worried about the […]

Ghana at 45 years – Great time to hit maturity

Ghana at 45 years - Great time to hit maturity

Ghana at 45 years – Great time to hit maturity By: Ade Sawyerr (2002-03-06) More from this columnist This article was first published in West Africa Magazine, Issue 4315, 4Th -10th March 2002 I have not heard anyone say that it was only just yesterday that Ghana gained independence; for a large number of us […]

Ghana’s day of shame – 24th February 1966

24th February 1966 - Ghana's day of shame

Ghana’s day of shame – 24th February 1966 By Ade Sawyerr This was published in 2002 Thirty six years ago**, a civilian government in Ghana was subverted by military and police adventurers. These men had been aided by the US intelligence forces, who had nothing to offer our dear country Ghana. Their only interest was to […]

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