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Ghana Does Not Lack Leadership But Rather Truthfulness – Hon. Kwasi Etu-Bonde

  WHAT IS DESTROYING US? What is destroying Ghana and by extension Africa is NOT Lack of Leadership. It’s rather Lack of Truthfulness in every spheres of our lives.   Lack of Truthfulness has led to Lack of Justice which has resulted in Lack of Development in All Sectors and Spheres of our country Ghana and continent Africa. Be it ... Read More »

Mahama was visionary: Ameri plant handed to government

The Ameri power plant was finally handed over to government after the Build, Own, Operate, Transfer (BOOT) contract elapsed. It is has now been transferred to the VRA and would be subsequently moved to Kumasi. The AMERI power deal came to fore because the then Opposition NPP used it as an election campaign against the John Mahama administration citing corruption. ... Read More »

Black Stars failure to qualify is poetic justice

The Black Stars have failed to qualify for the knockout stage of this year’s AFCON. Although most Ghanaians are very disappointed with todays results, most Ghanaians would be the first to admit that we have played second fiddle in this year’s AFCON. To have crashed out to a new comer like the Comoros completely tell us how far the standards ... Read More »

Ken Ofori-Atta living in a fool’s paradise

The Finance Ministry responding to latest reports by Bloomberg and Fitch on our debt sustainability has stated that the fundamentals of the economy are strong. That can’t be further from the true state of the economy. It is said in our local parlance that  ”  A man whose mother is dead and says She is sleeping is only deceiving himself.” ... Read More »

Removal of Speaker’s Military attaché a sign of government’s desperation

  The Akuffo Addo government has been the notorious for the most use of the military since the inception of the fourth republic. Notable amongst them is the use of the military in the fight against galamsey which was christened “Operation Vanguard”. This pseudo fight against galamsey led to the death of Captain Mahama. Again the role of the military ... Read More »

The Free SHS Policy Is A Success – NPP Communicator

The Deputy Communications Director for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Richard Nyamah has accused the National Democratic Congress (NDC) of hypocrisy in relation to the execution of the free senior high school plan. He stated that the NDC went to the Supreme Court in an attempt to halt the policy’s implementation and also sponsored over 40 anti-free SHS campaigns in ... Read More »

Accept Court Summons And Appear In Court – Fmr MP To Francis Sosu

Former member of parliament for Tamale Central, Inusah Fuseini has argued that Francis Xavier Sosu, the MP for Madina, should have answered the court summons after performing his parliamentary obligations. The National Democratic Congress(NDC) MP, Francis-Xavier Sosu was arrested on Monday by the Kaneshie District Court for unlawfully obstructing a public road and destroying public property but he refused to appear ... Read More »

NPP GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO WASTE GHANAIAN PURSE EXTRAVAGANLY – SAMMY GYAMFI

The National communicator for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has voiced out concerns on how the New Patriotic Party (NPP) continues to misuse public funds extravagantly while the country is experiencing extreme financial difficulties. “Folks, it is infuriating to note, that the Akufo-Addo/Bawumia/NPP government continues to waste the Public purse on opulence and extravagance, at a time ... Read More »

Unemployment is a national security threat: GNFS, GIS recruitment– MP

Member of Parliament for Wa West, Peter Lanchene Toobu, has said that youth unemployment  in the country is a  national security threat. Thousands of youth continue to queue up to be enlisted in the various security services.  The long queue started at dawn on Monday, October 25, 2021 as applicants, made up of mostly unemployed youth are being taken through ... Read More »

Prof Yaw Gyampo Responds To Akuffo Addo’s Statement ”Teachers Can’t Be Millionaires”

Prof Ransford Gyampo

Prof Yaw Gyanpo writes: Salaries and Conditions of Service of Teachers: A Historical Note 1. I have searched archived documents and held discussions with some surviving retired teachers, Members of Parliament and seasoned academics who experienced the regime of Kwame Nkrumah, such as Prof Ivan Addae Mensah, former politician and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana. The following ... Read More »