Vigilantism: Stop the “national shame” – Martey tells Nana Addo


The outspoken former moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana Reverend Prof. Emmanuel Martey has advised President Akufo-Addo to minimize his mistakes by dealing comprehensively with vigilantism in the country. According to the preacher, the growing cases of violent attacks and takeovers by various vigilante groups associated with the ruling party is a dent on Ghana’s democracy. The Delta Force ...

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Adwoa Safo resigns


The Member of Parliament (MP) for Dome/Kwabenya, Sarah Adwoa Safo has stepped down from serving as a Member of the South Africa based Pan African Parliament. Her resignation follows her appointment as a Minister of State in charge of Procurement. She has, therefore, been replaced by the honourable Member for Agona West Constituency, Cynthia Maamle Morrison following a decision by ...

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Prof. Oquaye forgives Ayariga for ‘false’ bribery claim


The Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye has accepted the Member of Parliament for Bawku Central,  Mahama Ayariga’s apology for making what the Joe Ghartey Committee found to be false bribery claims against some members of the Appointments Committee. He asked the House to forgive Mr. Ayariga who was found guilty of contempt of Parliament for falsely accusing some ...

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NDC must not pick Fantes/Northerners as Flagbearer – Ephson


Fantes and the three Northern regions should not be on the radar in the search of the next NDC Presidential Candidate for the 2020 agenda, Pollster, Ben Ephson has urged the largest opposition NDC. The NDC is devising measures to revive itself and fix a broken front for the 2020 general elections. Some kingpins and supporters of the NDC have been calling ...

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Educational materials: No more contract to foreign coys – Education Ministry


The Ministry of Education has announced that it will no longer award contracts to foreign companies both home and abroad to print educational materials for distribution to Ghanaian schools. It said under no circumstances will the government change its decision, stressing that even if all the employees of the foreign firm are Ghanaians. The sector minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh ...

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Election 2016: Mahama lost because Ghanaians were hungry and angry – Asantehene


Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu, has said the John Mahama led-NDC government was kicked out of power in the December 7, 2016 election becuase Ghanaians were hungry and also angry with the performance of his administration. He’s therefore advised President Nana Akufo Addo to ensure that he works hard to improve the living conditions of Ghanaians lest he’s also voted out ...

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