Politics

Third Policy Fair Dialogue Session

The afternoon session of the third dialogue series of the National Policy Fair took place with the theme: Opportunities and Challenges of ICT in Ghana. The session witnessed the participation of the Ministries of Communications and Environment, Science and Technology and other resource persons

Read More »

Nana Addo explains ‘All die be die’ comments

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer for election 2012, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has explained there is nothing wrong with his infamous ‘All Die be Die’ comment to warrant any regret. According to him, his statement was a call on members of the NPP to resist attempts by their opponents to intimidate and scare them especially as the nation prepares for elections in 2012

Read More »

Poll: If Election Were Held in Today, Mills Would Lose To Nana Addo

If elections were conducted in April this year, President John Evans Atta Mills would struggle to keep his job, an opinion poll has found. The poll, conducted by Synovates, formerly Stedman Group, global market and media research gurus, found that 43 per cent of respondents to a question as to who they will vote for if elections were held today (April), said they would vote for the flag-bearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP)

Read More »

Minister: Mills government seeks peace not revenge

Mr. Kwadwo Nyamekye Marfo, Brong Ahafo Regional Minister, says the Mills administration seeks peace and the country’s accelerated development and not revenge of any kind. He stressed that if the serene and peaceful atmosphere Ghanaians were enjoying was taken for granted, the country will be doomed and called on Christians and the rest of the populace to do their best in sustaining the peace

Read More »

No E-Voting In 2012 Election

The Electoral Commission (EC) has made it clear that electronic voting (e-voting) will not be applicable in the 2012 general election because the time is not yet appropriate for that system. It however, indicated that it would most likely use a biometric register for the conduct of Election 2012

Read More »

Yaw Gyan: Blame Rawlings For Mills’ Early Endorsements

Officials of the ruling National Democratic Congress have dismissed suggestions that the recent wave of endorsement of Prof Mills’ candidature by some regional executives violates the party’s rules. Last week all constituency and regional executives of the party declared support for President Mills’ bid to seek re-election in 2012

Read More »

Kufuor leads AU observer mission for Nigeria’s elections

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor leaves Accra Wednesday for Abuja, Nigeria, as head of a 40-member African Union (AU) Observer Mission to the country’s Presidential elections, which comes off on Saturday, April 16, 2011. The AU Mission to be deployed to all parts of the country is made up of personalities from the AU Commission

Read More »