General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Asiedu Nketia has said the conditions that necessitated the overthrow of former Guinean President, Alpha Conde are similar to the conditions in Ghana.
Member of Parliament (MP) for the Wa West Constituency and a retired Superintendent of Police, Peter Lanchene Toobu, has stated that those making claims that President Akufo-Addo’s ‘all die be die’ comments and former President Mahama’s 'do-or-die' are the same don’t understand the English Language.
• John Mahama is under pressure to apologize for the ‘do or die’ comment he made in relation to the 2024 election
• Onasis Kobby believes such calls are unfounded as Mahama did not predict
• He says that John Mahama will not apologize for the comments
Onasis Kobby, the Deputy Ashanti Regional Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, has put up a spirited defence and justification of the ‘do or die’ comment made by former President John
• Reading habits in the country have nose-dived lately
• A professor of linguistics says it is due to failed habits
• He shared these thoughts on The Lowdown on GhanaWeb TV
A professor of linguistics, Prof.
• Abudulai Abanga wants contractors to maximize government opportunities
• The Deputy Minister noted that government is committed to working with local contractors
• He urged them to use application of modern technology in their works
The Deputy Minister of Works and Housing, Abudulai Abanga, has admonished Ghanaian contractors to mobilize resources and make the best out of the opportunities being created by government with respect to infrastructural projects.
The Director-General for State Interests and Governance Authority, Stephen Asamoah Boateng has said that his reason for aiming at the chairmanship of the New Patriotic Party is to bring back the energy, love, and excitement the party needs currently.
A civil society organisation and pressure group, Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) has jumped to the defence of former President John Mahama over his recent ‘do or die’ comment, saying the caution was to put the Electoral Commission (EC) on its toe.
• SOEs have been urged to work hard
• Joseph Cudjoe says they must see themselves as stakeholders to achieve that
• The minister is hopeful this will help curb the rate of unemployment in the country
The Minister of Public Enterprises, Joseph Cudjoe, has charged the various Chief Executives Officers (CEOs) and Managing Directors (MDs) of state institutions to ensure their organisations are efficient and profitable because they are shareholders.
• Sammy Gyamfi has affirmed that former President Mahama will not retract or apologise for his ‘do or die’ comment
• Mahama in a recent interview said the NDC in 2024 will consider the election to be a ‘do or die’ affair at the polling station
• There has been several demands for the former president to retract his statement which many see as a call for violence
National Communications Officer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Sammy
• Job seekers continue to look for the least opportunities to try their lucks
• The YEA Job Fair is currently going on at the AICC
• More than a 1000 young men and women have massed up at the place to try to get employment
Over 1000 job seekers are reported to have massed up at the Accra International Conference Center (AICC) for the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) Job Fair.