Month: September 2017

Kwesi Appiah refusing to give up on World Cup qualification

Kwesi Appiah admits Ghana face uphill task to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup after the 1-1 stalemate with Congo though says they will keep going until it becomes impossible. The Black Stars were expected to capitalise on Egypt’s slip to get back in contention for top spot in Group E, which guarantees qualification. But instead they produced a lethargic performance to share the spoils with Congo in Kumasi. Related Article: Ghana fail to put World Cup qualification back on track “It’s very disappointing to drop points at this crucial stage of the qualifiers but in football you can never...

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Samson’s Take: The admirable speedy Kenyan election dispute trial Source: Ghana|Samson Lardy Anyenini

We have often quoted with excitement that justice is sweet when it is swift or that justice delayed is justice denied. What we always do need to be reminded of also is that it is equally the case that justice hurried could be justice buried. Notwithstanding the obvious potential shortcomings, with the 14-days expeditious conduct of election dispute adjudication in Kenya, the speedy trial is admirable nonetheless. The 6-panel Supreme Court has just delivered its verdict on the petition by opposition leader Raila Odinga and another challenging the outcome of the August 8 2017 presidential elections in that country....

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