Politics

Rawlings calls for decent politicking on airwaves

Ghana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings has asked traditional leaders to use festivals and durbars to appeal to followers of the various political parties to desist from using abusive or provocative language especially as we near the elections on November 7. In separate meetings with two traditional leaders: Odeneho Dr. Affram Brempong III, Omanhene of Suma Ahenkro and ...

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Mahama delivering only poverty – CPP

The Mahama administration is delivering nothing but poverty to the people of Ghana, the Convention People’s Party (CPP) has said. “I think that all nations aspire to prosperity. All people aspire to prosperity. The people of Ghana want prosperity. Unfortunately, we have in Ghana a government whose policy now only delivers poverty,” CPP’s General Secretary Nii Armah Akomfrah told Class91.3fm’s ...

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NDC has nothing to offer Ghanaians – Sir John

. Mr Owusu-Afriyie affectionately call Sir John said after using all tricks to deceive the good people of Ghana NDC has failed to govern the country as expected. He made this known when addressing durbar of chiefs and people of Gomoa Lome and Gomoa Dahom to climax the Annual Akwambo festival. The former General Secretary said the NDC under President ...

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Gov’t can’t yield to Organised Labour’s demands – Haruna Iddrisu

Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu, has stated that despite the obvious political benefits government stands to gain from yielding to the demands of Labour would bring, it would not be economically feasible. Wednesday’s demonstration by Organised Labour saw thousands of workers pour onto the street to chastise government for the recent increases in tariffs and taxes. They ...

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UN post speaks volumes about my leadership – Mahama

Ghana’s president John Dramani Mahama has said he is “humbled” by a UN appointment to co-chair a session on Sustainable Development Goals. Mahama is co-chairing together with the Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway. According to him, the appointment “speaks volumes about Ghana’s leadership on the path of sustainable development.” “My appointment as Co-Chair of this select UN group also ...

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Labour suspends planned strike

Organised Labour has suspended its road map of industrial actions after staging a nationwide demonstration on Wednesday January 20. This is to provide ample time for government to find an amicable solution to demands by Organised Labour for a reduction in utility tariffs, taxes and fuel prices. This decision was arrived at after three meetings with government ended inconclusively. After ...

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Politicians advised to build separate careers

Individuals, who engage in politics, should strive to create a supplementary career to prevent disappointment in the event that they lose elections, a political and security analyst Irbard Ibrahim has advised. Mr Ibrahim, who has embarked on a peace campaign ahead of the November presidential and parliamentary polls, has outlined that the heartbreak associated with losing elections, when an individual ...

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I’ll assemble a first class gov’t – Akufo-Addo

The presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is promising a first class government if he wins the 2016 elections. Akufo-Addo has assured of a government which will end the spectre of fire outbreaks in Ghana, leading to the loss of lives. “An Akufo-Addo government will ensure that securing our markets, which is the source of ...

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