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Mahama for 2016: We’ll block any ambitious person – Asiedu Nketia

The General Secretary of the ruling national Democratic Congress (NDC) Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has hinted that President John Dramani Mahama would go unopposed as the second-time flagbearer of the ruling party in the 2016 Presidential elections. Mr. Asiedu Nketia, (aka ...

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We have made NDC very attractive – Anita Desoos

Source: Adomonline Former National Women’s Organizer of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), Anita Desooso said the current executives deserve commendation not condemnation. According to her, the tremendous work of the Kwabena Adjei-led NDC has made the party very attractive. ...

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Monitoring without an office: PIAC suspects gov’t sabotage

The Public Interest Accountability Center- PIAC is accusing government of sabotaging its activities by denying it the resources it needs to operate. The committee, tasked with a watch dog role of monitoring government’s use of revenue from the oil and ...

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Okaikoi charges NDC delegates to vote for diversity, corporate leadership

Outsiders perceive him as an underdog, but insiders call him the David to down many Goliaths in the battle for National Democratic Congress (NDC) vice chairmanship position; this is how Andrew Okaikoi described himself as the competition heats up. He ...

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Opposition parties trusted more than Mahama – survey

More Ghanaians trust opposition political parties than they trust President John Mahama, according to the latest Afro Barometer survey published today by the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD). Whereas 45 per cent of Ghanaians say they trust opposition political parties, only ...

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It’s time to see the positives – Foreign Minister

Foreign Affairs Minister, Hannah Tetteh, has said that the time has come for Ghanaians to see the opportunities that abound locally. If they don’t, she said, foreigners will see and exploit those opportunities and become employers of the very Ghanaians who ...

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