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Inside the News by Mpakoo – All pieces appearing in this column are satire

All pieces appearing in this column are satire

Have no fears, I’m not resigning – Lord Mayor Dr Okoe Vanderpuije

Accra Mayor, Dr Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, has assured Accra residents that he is still at post and will remain at post for a very long time to come. In an interview on an Accra-based radio station, Hon. Dr. Vanderpuije gave a word of comfort to listeners, ‘I want to assure …

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I have not resigned – Nana Oye Lithur

The Minister of Gender, Children, and Social Protection, Nana Oye Lithur, has vehemently denied rumours that she has resigned from the government. The rumours, which started in the middle of last week, have been quietly but quickly spreading because of her loud and bombastic silence on the attacks against female …

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Halidu Haruna tries to apologise: Says comment was publicity stunt

This is a Wednesday Special edition of the Inside the News by Mpakoo. Hope you enjoy it. Alhaji Halidu Haruna, the NDC man who got into trouble for saying female celebrities who criticise the government are prostitutes, has made an only-partially successful attempt at an apology. In an interview on …

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My beard is not the reason I won Best African Mayor Award – Dr Vanderpuije

The Mayor of Accra, who describes himself as ‘Lord Mayor’, Dr Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, has vehemently denied any suggestions that he was awarded the inaugural African Mayor Award because of his lush beard. He told journalists at the 2nd Africa Urban Infrastructure Investment Forum held in Luanda, Angola that although …

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President Mahama prioritises food sufficiency in new appointments

The president, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, has revealed in an interview that the reason for the deputy-ministerial appointment of Hon Kwabena Mintah-Akandoh is to promote food sustainability. ‘To fulfil the Better Ghana Agenda,’ he said, beaming with charming smiles and exuding the sweet aroma of charisma, ‘it is my …

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Shouldn’t Pastor Obinim and Nana Kwaku Bonsam go to Parliament?

A lot of excitement has greeted the news that some fine brains have jumped into the contest for parliament. Sadly, it seems we’re ignoring one crucial fact, namely that what we may be in need of are more spiritualists in parliament not fine brains. Look as far back as you …

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