Why NDC lost – The inside story

NDC lost

The report on why the National Democratic Congress (NDC) lost the December 7, 2016, general election to then opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), has been released with startling revelations. At the handing over of the 455-page report to the party’s leadership in Accra yesterday, the Chairman of the 13-member committee, Professor Kwesi Botchwey, said it was time for the party ...

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Appointments Committee presents report on Sophia Akuffo today

The Appointments Committee of Parliament is expected to present its report on the Chief Justice nominee Sophia Akuffo to the House later today[Monday]. This follows its public vetting of the nominee last Friday [June 16]. The over five-hour long vetting process saw Justice Sophia Akuffo answer questions on the challenges within the country’s legal system, the regulations on touting, the ...

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Parliament queries Ghana’s readiness to looming terrorist attacks

Parliament of Ghana

Parliament on Wednesday threw the searchlight on the threat of global terrorism, querying how prepared the nation was to deal adequately with the phenomenon should it strike in the wake of recent attacks in some neighbouring countries in the West Africa. Members queried the level of the security of the House itself, the hotels, the shopping malls, the universities and ...

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Rawlings Praises NPP Consistency

J.J Rawlings

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has stated that the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has been consistent in holding onto its values. He said the National Democratic Congress (NDC) – the party he founded and led for a long time does not appear to be consistent in the pursuit of its values. The former President has persistently stated that the ...

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Mrs Georgina Wood appointed unto Council of State

Georgina Wood

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has appointed the retiring Chief Justice, Mrs Georgina Theodora Wood unto the Council of State. The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Aaron Mike Ocquaye announced the appointment on the floor of the House in accordance with Article 89(2) (a) (i) which mandates the President to nominate a former Chief Justice as a member of the advisory ...

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NDC suffered identity crisis — Spio Garbrah

Spio Garbrah

A one-time flagbearer hopeful of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Ekow Spio Garbrah, has said the party suffered an identity crisis during the last election because it abandoned the tenets that defined its foundation. He said the principles of probity, accountability and integrity which occasioned the June 4 Revolution were hardly touted by the party as it battled the ...

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Chinese Embassy makes donation to Attorney General

Chinese Embassy

Madam Sun Baohong, the Chinese Ambassador, on Tuesday, donated items, including desktop computers, printers, UPS and a cheque for 10,000 Ghana cedis, to the office of the Attorney General. The donation is to support the Attorney General’s Office, towards organising a stakeholders’ consultative workshop, on the Office of the Special Prosecutor Bill, 2017. The Chinese Ambassador said China-Ghana relations were ...

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NPP holds national delegates confab


The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has planned to hold its 2017 annual delegates conference at Cape Coast in the Central Region from 25th to 27th August, 2017. In a press statement issued and signed by acting General Secretary, Mr John Boadu on Monday, the party said the conference would not be for the election of party executives. The statement ...

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Minister warns Bole chiefs


The Northern Regional Minister Salifu Saeed has sent a strong warning to chiefs in the Bole District of the Northern Region that the Regional Security Council (REGSEC) will not allow any group of people or some individuals to jeopardize the peace of the Gonjaland. A joint military and police team has been stationed in the Bole District to maintain peace ...

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Julius Debrah approved 43 cars before transition team was formed

In the latest twist to the controversial purchase of 43 vehicles in the last week of the Mahama government, Citi News has sighted a letter signed by the then Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah authorizing the deal. This letter from the former Chief of Staff, Mr. Julius Debrah, was signed two days before then-President, John Mahama inaugurated the Presidential transition ...

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