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CPP power struggle ends with Nduom’s departure

A bitter power struggle in the Convention People’s Party (CPP) appears to have come to an end with the departure of the Party’s 2008 Presidential Candidate and Presidential aspirant, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom. On Wednesday, Dr Nduom announced an open secret when he told journalists in Accra that he had …

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Effutu CPP executives resign

The entire executives of the Effutu branch of the Convention Peoples’ Party (CPP) say they have resigned from the party with immediate effect. In a statement signed by Mr Charles Enninful, Effutu constituency chairman and Mr Joseph Ekow Nunu, constituency organizer on behalf of the entire executives, with a copy …

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MP tells NDC supporters to give government time to solve their problems

Member of Parliament for Gomoa West, Mr Francis Kojo Arthur, has appealed to supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to exercise restraint and give the government time to address their concerns. He said they must help the government to deliver on promises it made to the nation. Mr Arthur …

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NDC: We remain committed to gains of 31st December Revolution

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Wednesday reiterated its commitment to the gains of the 31st December Revolution, which, it said, had contributed immensely to good governance through sensitisation and introduction of grassroots mobilisation and participation. This is contained in a statement signed in Accra by Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, …

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“NDC losing popularity in Ho Central”

The popularity of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Ho Central Constituency is waning very fast and the party may face difficulties in election 2011. “Our image is so bad that people do not want to hear about us or get near us, even our executives are divided” Mr …

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Dr Nduom quits CPP

Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom, a presidential hopeful, on Wednesday quit the Convention People’s Party (CPP) and declared his intention to contest the 2012 presidential election with a political movement he anticipates would be launched by February 2012. Speaking to journalists in Accra, he stressed that he had quit the CPP …

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Avoid double registration – NDC cautions

Mr Hanock Davies Bansah, Ho-Central Constituency Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has cautioned members of the party against double registration in the upcoming biometric registration. He said such acts would make them lose their votes and this could in turn affect the Party in the coming elections. Mr …

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CPP needs pragmatic flagbearer for elections 2012 – Bright Akwetey

Mr Bright Oblitei Akwetey, a Legal Practitioner, on Monday asserted that the Convention Peoples Party (CPP) needs a pragmatic Flag bearer to team up with party leadership to bolster its fortunes in Elections 2012. “CPP needs a Flag bearer, who is committed, forward-looking, disciplined, credible, and capable of radically transforming …

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Builsa Constituency “lacks voice” in Parliament – NDC aspirant

A 32-year-old legal practitioner and aspiring candidate of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the Builsa North Constituency, Mr James Agalga, says Constituency “lacks a voice in Parliament”. He said this was affecting development in the area and called on delegates and the people of the Builsa North Constituency …

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“Let’s all make the 2012 polls a success”

Pastor Paul Mensah of the Sunyani Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) Church, has appealed to all Ghanaians to collaborate to ensure a peaceful and fair December 2012 general elections. Pastor Mensah was delivering a keynote address at the opening of a five-day Second Women and Young Ladies Convention of the Women’s Ministries …

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