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John Mahama announces $10b infrastructure plan

Former President John Dramani Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), on Sunday announced a $10-billion accelerated infrastructure plan to drive jobs and entrepreneurial agenda when elected in December elections. Dubbed the “BIG PUSH,” the fund would be injected into infrastructural development, and according to the NDC Election …

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President nominates three chief executives for confirmation by their Assemblies  

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has nominated three Chiefs Executives for confirmation by their respective local assemblies. They are: Abdul Mumim Issah for the Sekondi- Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly in the Western Region, Barima Awuah Sarpong Asiedu, Akwapim North Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region and Clement Opoku Gyamfi, Amansie South …

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Consider sacrifices of founding fathers- Speaker

Professor Aaron Michael Oquaye, the Speaker of Parliament has appealed to Ghanaians to consider the sacrifices of the nation’s Founding Fathers and called on the youth to be guided by the sacrifices to strive for excellence. Acknowledging Ghana as a unique nation, of which he is very proud, Prof Oquaye …

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EC outdoors 16-member Adjudication Review Committee

Electoral Commission (EC) on Wednesday outdoored a 16-member Adjudication Review Committee (ARC) with the mandate to review and address the case of multiple registrations after the voters’ registration. The ARC, which is chaired by Mr Samuel Tettey, Deputy Chairman in Charge of Operations has members from the Commission, Political Party …

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NDC says it will cancel teacher licensure examination

The Deputy Eastern Regional Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Mr Richard Nyarko said if the NDC wins the 2020 elections, they will cancel the teachers licensure examination. He explained that the party did not see the licensure examination as necessary as it reduced the number of qualified …

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Ghana EC registers over 15 million voters so far, Accra has highest number

As at Saturday August 1, the beginning of the final phase of the nationwide voters’ registration exercise, 15,108,687 applicants had successfully registered. Dr Bossman Eric Asare, Deputy Chairman in charge of Corporate Affairs, Electoral Commission (EC), speaking at the “Let the Citizen Know” edition in Accra, said by the current …

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Registration Review Committee disqualifies Assemblyman

The District Registration Review Committee (DRRC) has disqualified Anthony Ayitey, the Assemblyman for Kwame Akura West Electoral Area in the Krachi East Constituency of the Oti Region, for alleged provision of false information during the voter registration process. By this verdict, Ayitey would not participate in the forthcoming general elections. …

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Court grants out-of-court settlement in NDC Parliamentary candidate’s case

The Winneba District Court, presided over by Mr Isaac Oheneba Kufuor, has granted an appeal for out-of-court settlement in a case involving the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate and the Winneba District Police Commander. It has, therefore, given Neenyi Bondzie, an opinion leader at Winneba, the mandate to handle …

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NDC says it’s satisfied with voter registration exercise

The Eastern Regional branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has expressed satisfaction with the ongoing voter registration exercise in the region. In an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA), the Acting Regional Secretary of the Party, Mr Cudjou Adukpo, commended the Regional Electoral Officer for her openness and …

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Komenda Sugar Factory will work again – Naana Opoku-Agyemang

Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, Running Mate of the former President, Mr John Dramani Mahama has called on the people of Komenda and its environs to appreciate the confidence reposed in her by the Party and vote for NDC in the upcoming December general election. Addressing party faithfuls and supporters at …

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