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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 »

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 »

Benchmark value reversion is total wickedness – Sammy Gyamfi to Government

  The National communication officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has said that the government’s decision to reverse benchmark value discounts is one of the most insensitive and wicked decisions government has taken. It will be recalled that in April last year, Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia at a town hall meeting in Accra on the state ... Read More »

Reconsider threat to reject nominee for MCE, Mr Samuel Pyne – President

Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo has appealed to the assembly members to reconsider their threat to reject the nominee for Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE), Mr Samuel Pyne. He said this on Pure FM, a Kumasi-based radio station while speaking on the develepments at th Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA). Assembly members in the Kumasi Metropolitan area threatened to reject President Nana Addo ... 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 »

18 Million COVID-19 Vaccines To Arrive

The government is anticipated to receive an additional 18 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to help with the virus’s national fight. The expected vaccine delivery will include 1,330,270 Pfizer vaccine doses from the US government via COVAX; 834,729 AstraZeneca vaccine doses from the governments of the United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway, and the European Union via COVAX; and a bilateral agreement ... Read More »

RTI Commission urged to quickly complete necessary Legislative Instrument

The Right to Information (RTI) Commission has been prevailed upon to expedite action on the processes would see the passage of the needed Legislative Instrument to fully operationalize the Right to Information Act. On March 26, 2019, the 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic enacted the Right to Information Bill, which was signed into law by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo ... Read More »

Mahama’s “Do-or-Die” Remarks Will Cost Him – Former Dept. Attorney General Joseph Dindiok

John Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama has been chastised by a former Deputy Attorney General for remarks he made on his Thank You tour about the 2024 elections being a do-or-die issue for his party. As part of his thank-you tour, Ex-President John Dramani Mahama remarked on Techiman’s Akina FM on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, that he has learned lessons from ... Read More »

One Teacher, One Laptop Programme Is Nothing But Theft – NDC’s TEIN

The Government’s One Teacher, One Laptop plan has been branded a scheme to steal from the public ,a statement released by the Tertiary Education Institution Network (TEIN), a youth wing of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). In a statement on the expense of the entire program, Deputy National TEIN Coordinator Ekow Djan, stated it reeks of larceny. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, ... Read More »

The Abrupt End Of The Old Curriculum Is Unwise – Mr. Clement Apaak

Dr Clement Apaak

The member of parliament Dr. Clement Apaak, for the Builsa South Constituency, has stated that changing the old curriculum abruptly is not prudent since the new curriculum must include all of the necessary materials for an easy, smooth, and effective transition. On Monday, September 6th, Mr. Apaak, speaking on TV3’s Newday morning show about the lack of textbooks in schools, ... Read More »