- Manasseh Azure Awuni wants Bawumia to be the 2024 NPP Flagbearer
- The investigative journalist argues that Dr. Bawumia has sacrificed so much for the party
- There are campaigns within the NPP for a flagbearer
Investigative journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni, believes now is the time for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to consider Bawumia as the running mate for the 2024 general elections. His reason is that the Vice President and wife have sacrificed like a donkey for the party.
“The Bawumia’s have worked like donkeys during the campaigns and we have tangible results to show for their sweat in certain identifiable electoral quarters. He is part of the reason many of us have enjoyed or will enjoy the power and its trappings in the eight years,” he stated.
In other news
The Former Deputy General Secretary of the main opposition NDC has alleged that the former president, John Dramani Mahama, hated John Evans Atta Mills.
According to the expelled member of the NDC, Mahama failed to construct a road infront of the Atta-Mills Institute because he hates the former president of blesses memory.
“Why did John Dramani Mahama hate his boss President John Atta-Mills and extended the hate to Koku Anyidohu? Why did John Mahama refuse to build the Asomdwe Park? Let the world know that I do not hate JM; he hates me because of my loyalty to President Atta Mills,” he expressed.
Also, Government has debunked claims that its takeover of AirtelTigo will result in job losses. It has also debunked claims that the takeover will reduce the quality of service when it comes to voice and data.
The minister for Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has described the takeover as a positive step that adds to government’s wide portfolio of information technology infrastructure to be managed.
In October 2020, Airtel and Millicom announced that they were exiting the Ghanaian market and this agreement concludes the extensive negotiations between the parties to ensure a seamless transition and continued operation of AirtelTigo thereafter.
What this means is that Government will now be handling the everyday affairs of the company – from the buying of credits to the operations of mobile money.
In the meantime, MTN Ghana remains the widest telecommunications company in Ghana. According to information from the Telecommunications Chamber, MTN controls over 90 percent of mobile subscribers in Ghana.
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