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Nana Addo's weekend tour of the Ashanti Region was disappointing, Joseph Yammin, former deputy coordinator of the National Disaster Management Organisation said
Haruna Iddrisu, the Minority leaders has called for the support of new reforms in the Electoral Commission that will improve the work efficiency of their work
An executive of the New Patriotic Party has said that the party hopes John Mahama will lead the National Democratic Congress in 2020 as it will be a win for NPP
Mzbel has divulged that her choice to campaign for the National Democratic Congress was because the New Patriotic Party had refused to acknowledge her brand
Former President Mahama suffered the worst election defeat of a sitting president in Ghana’s democracy, where he recorded 44.40% of votes cast.
Nii Kotei Dsani will be representing the Greater Accra region on the Council of State.
The Head of Communication of the Electoral Commission (EC), Eric Kofi Dzakpasu, says the Electoral Commission is set for the elections today.
Mr Hodoli called on the Dr. Kwesi Botchway committee to probe into the cause of their defeat and not sit in hotels holding discussions, as it would prove futile
Mamalistic Mama is known on TV and radio for her songs including, "Amen, Nkunim, Aseda, Honhonkronkron, Me Boafo.
The Electoral Commission (EC) has been sued by the International Standards Journalists Association (ISJA) for demanding accreditation fee from journalists
The former deputy Volta Regional minister, Francis Ganyaglo has said that the National Democratic Congress is only on holidays, and that the party was not dead
Hanna Tetteh is indeed happy to be away from the spotlight and seems to be reveling in it.
Otiko Djaba appeared before the vetting committee on Tuesday, and made headlines after for her refusal to offer an apology to former President Mahama
Otiko Afisa Djaba appeared before the vetting committee on Tuesday, and made headlines for several issues of controversy that came to light during the vetting
The NPP regional chairman had praised the former Ghanaian leader for helping the party emerge victorious in the December 7 polls, especially in the Volta Region
“He has the heart of the devil,” Otiko said of the former President.
The former finance minister Dr Kwabena Duffuor has debunked rumors suggesting that he is looking to run for the presidency come 2020.
According to him, it is obvious to all that Mahama has been the best leader in history with a legacy of massive infrastructural development in Ghana.
The vehicle, according to Mr Naabu was presented to him by former president Mahama during the 2016 election campaign period, so he would resign from the party
Controversial radio presenter, Nana Kwabena Bobie Ansah has reproached President Akufo-Addo for being “tribal” in selecting his government officials.
Dee Aja of Onaapo fame has stated categorically that he is not going to change the lyrics of his controversial political song, Onaapo for the NDC for NPP.
In a press conference earlier this week, the NPP expressed disappointment in executives of the NDC throwing accusations at them and playing the victim.