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  Ahead of the Ghana School of Law SRC Elections scheduled Monday the 30th May, an independent poll conducted by sources in the Ghana School of Law reveals Candidates Odupong and Saki Sosi are favorites in this year’s elections based on popularity, strong voter messages as well controversies in the lead to the elections. Controversies in the lead-up to the ... Read More »

Re-nominated DCE of Adaklu rejected

Mr Phanuel Kadey Donkor, President Akuffo Addo’s nominee For the position of District Chief Executive for Adaklu on Monday became the first casualty so far in the Region. Seven nominees before him were endorsed in the same Region and Nine assembly members voted yes representing 44.36 percent while 9 others voted No with one ballot rejected. The election was supervised ... Read More »

MMDCEs should be elected on non-partisan basis – Amaliba

Abraham Amaliba, a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) legal team, has stated that Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Chief Executives (MMDCESs) should be elected in Ghana. However, he believes that elections should not be held on a partisan basis. On Saturday, September 25, he said this on TV3/3FM’s Key Points while commenting on a statement made by the Deputy ... Read More »

MMDCEs: OB Amoah explains why the President’s nominee for Yendi was rejected

Mr Osei Bonsu Amoah, Deputy Local Government Minister, has revealed why he believes the members of the Yendi Municipal Assembly rejected the President’s nominee for the Yendi Municipal Assembly, Alhaji Ahmed Yussuf Abubakar. He said this while Speaking on the Key Points on TV3/3FM Saturday September 25, while speaking on the MMDCE’s nominees. Mr. OB Amoah, a lawmaker for Akuapem South, told host Dzifa ... Read More »

Asokwa MCE nominee receives unanimous support…

Chief Akwannuasah Gyima, the President’s nominee for the Asokwa Municipal Assembly, has obtained unanimous support from the Assembly members. All 18 members of the Assembly voted YES in his favor, making him the Ashanti region’s first nominee to receive the nod. Even though it was expected that Chief Gyima would be endorsed, a perfect score was never feasible with one ... Read More »

MMDCEs: President’s nominee for Yendi rejected

Alhaji Ahmed Yussuf Abubakar, the President’s nominee for the Yendi Municipal Assembly, has been rejected by Assembly members. On Friday, September 24, he received 21 votes out of a total of 41 ballots cast. The candidate was the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) during President Akufo- Addo’s tenure. The nominee received 51 percent of the votes, according to Regional Electoral Commissioner ... Read More »

NDC Party is incompetent with regards to accounting for their ballot – professor gyampo

Prof Ransford Gyampo

Prof. Ransford Gyampo, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the University of Ghana’s Centre for European Studies, has stated that the National Democratic Congress is “incompetent” in accounting for their ballots during elections. He said this on TV3’s The keypoints on Saturday September 11, while discussing Ex- President John Dramani Mahama’s do-or-die controversy. According to him, while there ... Read More »

John Mahama’s Tribute To His Boss Late Jerry John Rawlings

John Mahama

Boss, It is difficult to come to terms with your shocking exit. But you’ve always been unconventional and acted on your own terms. The rest of us your comrades are left to mourn you. But beyond mourning your departure, we have a duty and responsibility to ensure that your person and your principles receive their deserved place in the history ... Read More »

I Will Use My MPs Car Loan To Buy a Grader Instead of a V8 To Fix Roads – Mohammed Adamu Ramadan

Mohammed Adamu Ramadan

The NDC parliamentary candidate for Adenta constituency, Mohammed Adamu Ramadan, has said, if he wins the 2020 parliamentary elections, he will use his MP’s car loan to buy a grader instead of a V8. He says some roads in the constituency are bad and need constant reshaping. So while advocating for the roads to be done, the grader will come ... Read More »

Jean Mensah, I Don’t Have A Ghana Card. TT Caternor Asks, Can I Vote?

Jean Adukwei Mensah, I am told I can’t vote by virtue of a New CI being laid in Parliament. I have to vote on 7th December, 2020 at all cost. My vote is my RIGHT. Some of us have been registered voters since 1992 until 2016. Where did we go wrong to be handed down this kind of punishment from ... Read More »