Politics

Ghana needs a new generation of leaders – Lloyd Amoah

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Senior Lecturer at Ashesi University Dr. Lloyd Amoah says it is time Ghana get a new crop of leaders to transform the country and allow for development.He said as the country goes to polls in the 2016, every Ghanaian owes it a duty to ask if the current leaders are performing well, but if the answer is no then they should vote to change the current leaders and bring in new ones.Speaking Wednesday on Adom FM's 'Burning Issues' program hosted by Afia Pokua.Dr. Amoah said current leaders of the country have misplaced...

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Mahama Must Sack KMA Boss Too – Kwaku Baako

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Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Kweku Baako has asked President John Mahama to sack the Mayor of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, Kojo Bonsu.He said the mayor has also contributed to the many misunderstandings that have rocked the region in recent times.He made the statement on Peace FM's morning show 'Kokrokoo' when he was asked about his thoughts on the ...

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Mahama must sack KMA boss too – Baako

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Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Kweku Baako has asked President John Mahama to sack the Mayor of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, Kojo Bonsu.He said the mayor has also contributed to ...

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NDP Marshalls Forces

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THE NATIONAL Democratic Party (NDP) wants to see the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) voted out of political power in 2016 in order to save the country and its people from further suffering.The NDP has therefore appealed passionately to Ghanaians, notably those who desire to...

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Ashanti Regional Minister And His Deputy Yammin Sacked

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President John Dramani Mahama ...

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Bad blood costs Dr. Sarpong, Yamin’s jobs

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CLGA calls for extension of current Assemblies’ tenure

Accra, March 4, GNA - The Centre for Local Governance Advocacy (CLGA), has appealed to government to forestall the potential vacuum in local governance, by extending the tenure of current District Assemblies beyond their impending end.The Centre noted with worry that the Supreme Court's ruling of the District Level Elections as 'unconstitutional' and its subsequent suspension, implies that Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs), will   be in suspense,   since the tenure of the Assemblies is due to end on...

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We Must All Fight Enthnocentricism—Hon. Kobena Woyome

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The Member of Parliament for the South TonguConstituency, Hon KobenaWoyomeMensah has called on all peace loving Ghanaians to rise up in condemning every ethnocentric comment uttered irrespective of who is involved to safeguard the peace and security of the nation.According to him, Ghana is no different from countries such as Rwanda that had suffered deadly conflicts as a result of hateful ethnocentric commentary.He stated that if nothing is done now to curb the phenomenon, it would ...

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Ashanti Regional Minister & Deputy relieved of their appointments

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Accra, March 4, GNA - President John Dramani Mahama has with immediate effect,   withdrawn the appointments of the Ashanti Regional Minister, Samuel K. Sarpong, and his Deputy, Joseph Yammin.A statement signed by the Minister

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Ashanti Regional Minister Sarpong and deputy Yammin sacked by President Mahama

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The Ashanti Regional Minister, Mr Samuel Sarpong and his deputy, Joseph Yammin have been sacked by President John Dramani Mahama.A statement issued by the Minister for Communications Dr. Edward Omane Boamah said their appointments have been withdrawn with immediate effect.It said ...

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