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NDC Congratulates Rawlings

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has yet another feat to cheer about in the selection of its Founder, former President Jerry John Rawlings, as one of three Ghanaian leaders named among 50 iconic African leaders by British Broadcasting Corporation's (BBC) Focus on Africa Magazine Poll

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Mills will not be distracted by political opponents

President John Evans Atta Mills says his Government is on course with its 'Better Ghana Agenda', and would not be distracted by unwarranted criticisms from political opponents. The President said this in Tokyo, Japan where he met with the Ghanaian community as part of his state visit to that country

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Judges Asked To Live Above Reproach

The Chief Justice, Her Ladyship, Georgina Theodora Wood, has cautioned the Association of Magistrates and Judges of Ghana (AMJG) and the Judicial Service to stay away from all forms of corruption and fight to protect the integrity of the Judiciary to build a better Ghana

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NPP chairman and Gen. secretary interrogated by CID

NPP national chairman Jake Obetsebi Lamptey, Gen. secretary Kwadwo Owusu Afiriyie, and Frances Assiam on Friday, October 1 appeared at the CID headquaters for questioning. The three were invited by the Police, following a formal complaint for their arrest by a group calling itself the Media Analyst Group

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Kweku Baako calls for NPP’s investigation

The Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has challenged the government to probe and sanction past officials believed to have squandered the Eurobond cash if there is evidence to that effect. The erstwhile Kufuor administration has been accused of squandering a $750 million it raised after it issued Ghana's first Eurobond in 2007, approved by Parliament

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Kufuor revives oil debate

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has revisited debate on Ghana’s oil find, and has singled out Tullow Oil plc and his leadership role for praise in the discovery. Speaking on “Time with MO” on MNET

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Mills refutes State Land Allegation

President John Evans Atta Mills has denied in no uncertain terms claims that he has bought a plot of state land at Tema, as alleged by a Member of Parliament of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP). President Mills stated categorically that he was disappointed in persons who were making such allegations since according to him “THERE CANNOT BE ANY TRUTH IN THESE CLAIMS BECAUSE I DO NOT KNOW OF ANY SUCH LAND IN TEMA

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