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Dzifa Attivor

Dzifa Attivor’s fears have become real

NANA BRAM OKAE II It looks like she is a prophetess; she foresaw it coming and warned her fellow Voltarians to come to her aid by rejecting Nana Akufo Addo at the polls. It’s too bad her wishes have not been granted by the Almighty God and by the people …

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MTN apologises over Wednesday network outage

Communications giant MTN has apologised to its numerous customers for the frustrating network outage that occurred Wednesday night.Thousands of MTN customers took to various social media platforms to express their frustration after they were unable to make or receive calls and also access the internet between 9:30pm Wednesday and 12am …

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Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo

Leave Rawlings alone; he didn’t cause our defeat – Afotey Agbo

The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Laryea Afotey-Agbo, has rejected claims that the National Democratic Congress government was defeated because of utterances made by the founder of the party, Jerry John Rawlings. According to him, the former president cannot be blamed because he provided good counsel which could have kept …

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Kofi Adams

NDC is in pains — Kofi Adams

MOHAMMED AWAL THE NATIONAL Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams, has disclosed that the party hierarchy is in excruciating pains following the huge losses suffered in last week’s presidential and parliamentary polls. “It is very painful the NDC have lost, very very painful,” he said on Wednesday …

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Dr. Franklin Oduro, head of research and programme at CDD

CDD, UNICEF to launch national DLT today

MUNTALLA INUSAH | THE CENTRE for Democratic Development (CDD) will today launch the national District League Table (DLT) for 2016 in which a new district will emerge tops out of the 216 districts across the country. The DLT is a social accountability tool for Ghana, initiated by UNICEF Ghana …

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Justice Dotse, a Supreme Court Judge with the Chief Justice (CJ), Mrs. Georgina Theodora Wood

Criminals not released onto streets : CJ parries media reports

MUNTALLA INUSAH | THE CHIEF Justice (CJ), Mrs. Georgina Theodora Wood, has observed with grave concern media reports that the ‘Justice for All Programme’ is a vehicle for releasing suspected criminals onto the street. Mrs. Wood, speaking at the first stakeholders’ workshop since the inception of the programme in 2007, …

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Mrs. Felicia Mekpoi Bortey, Greater Accra Women's Organiser of the NDC

Ceasefire in NDC — women’s wing

PHILIP ANTOH IN THE wake of blame game and the firing of salvos at each other in the outgoing National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration, the Greater Accra regional women’s wing of the party is calling on supporters of the NDC to unite and look to the future with renewed optimism. …

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Inflations drops to 15.5%

Inflations drops to 15.5%

ROSEMOND BOATENG ADDAI THE CONSUMER Price Index (CPI), which measures the change over time in the general price level of goods and services that households acquire for the purpose of consumption, in the month of November slowed down to 15.5 per cent as compared to the month of October with …

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Flashback: President John Mahama (left) receiving a copy of a report from Mrs. Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare while MUSIGA President Obour looks on

MUSIGA lauds Mahama’s administration

THE MUSICIANS Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has expressed its appreciation to the government of outgoing president John Mahama for its support for the Creative Arts and the music industry in particular. The President of MUSIGA, Bice Osei Kuffour, aka Obour  in a statement, thanked the Mahama administration for elevating the …

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Registration of MPs-elect begins Dec. 19

GHANA’S PARLIAMENT will embark on an exercise to register Members of Parliament elected to the 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic, the house’s Deputy Director, Public Affairs, Kate Addo, has announced. The registration, she added, would start from 19th and that the MPs-elect would be issued with identification cards that …

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