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‘NPP Needs Not Less Than 40-yrs To Totally Transform Ghana’ – John Boadu

General Secretary of the governing NPP, John Boadu, has said that to totally transform Ghana, his party will need not less than 40-years of interrupted stay in office to transform Ghana significantly. Speaking on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’, he said the NPP already focused on winning election 2020. “We are preparing …

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Revisit State Farm Projects To Save The Country’s Economy – CPP Advises Akufo-Addo

The Convention People’s Party on Friday had a press conference to advise the ruling New Patriotic Party led by H. E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to revisit the school farm project policy, an ideology of the late Dr Kwame Nkrumah to help solve the current economic crises in the country. …

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Kwame Nkrumah, Gbedema, Casely Hayford et Al, founded Ghana not Big Six – NDC Communication Officer.

The Eastern Regional Deputy Youth Organiser for the opposition National Democratic Congress, Alhaji Sidi Bello, has revealed that even if it becomes debatable that not only Kwame Nkrumah founded Ghana, it must be Gbedema, Kwaku Baako, Kwadwo Botuo and Casely Hayford and not Arko Adjei and the other members of …

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It Is Not Fair To Describe Kwame Nkrumah As Founder Of Ghana – Nkrabea Effah-Dartey

A vociferous private Legal Practitioner and Historian, Captain Retired Nkrabea Effah-Dartey believes Dr Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first Prime Minister and President is not the founder of Ghana as has been widely imparted into generations from time immemorial.   According to the Lawyer, it is undeniable fact that Dr Kwame Nkrumah …

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Kwame Nkrumah Deserves The Credit of Founder’s Day, Not Big Six – P.C. Appiah Ofori

The former Law maker for the constituents of Asikuma Odobeng Brakwa in the Central Region of Ghana, Paul Collins Appiah Ofori, popularly known by Ghanaians as P C Appiah Ofori has added his voice to the growing debate as to whether formation of Ghana must be credited to the Big …

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Ofosu Ampofo Is Second To None, A Walking Encyclopedia – NDC member

Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, the first Vice Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC who doubles as the Director of Elections for the same Party and an aspirant for the National Chairman of NDC has been tipped as reigning higher above his other contenders, an astute member of the said. …

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Stop Pampering The Players – Coach Sarpong Tells Kwesi Appiah

Former Aduana Stars coach, J.E Sarpong has charged Black Stars coach, Akwasi Appiah to stop pampering the players. In his view, the players fell his is soft hence taking him for granted even on the field of play. “Coach Akwasi Appiah is a good manager but he needs to stop …

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Kofi Amoah, Lucy Quist To Be Part Of FIFA Normalization Committee – Reports

Dr. Kofi Amoah and Lucy Quist are reported to be part of the Normalization Committee to be announced by FIFA according to widespread local reports. The two are expected to pass the FIFA integrity test as interviews of penciled personalities begins on Wednesday. Dr. Amoah is already in the good …

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Akosua Agyapong Is Ignorant For Saying GHAMRO Is Corrupt – Rex Omar

Chairman of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO), Rex Omar, says musician Akosua Agyapong is completely ignorant about the collective management of the organisation. Akosua Agyapong, had lambasted the entire executive body of GHAMRO including Rex Omar, describing them as extremely corrupt. But speaking in an interview with JoyNews’ Doreen …

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Divorcing My Nigerian Husband Has Really Affected My Kids – Sherifa Gunu

It’s becoming an established fact that celebrity marriages don’t last taking into consideration the numerous celebrity relationships scandal at our disposal. Obaapa Christy, Kwabena Kwabena, Funny Face, among others are popular personalities whose relationships have hit the rocks. Now, Ghanaian Afro-soul female musician, Sherifa Gunu is arguably the latest popular …

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