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  • Dec 7th 2016

    Alfred Woyome

    Businessman Alfred Woyome says a list published by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) purporting to be the list of beneficiaries the GH¢51 million judgement debt is concocted.

    Mr Woyome issued a statement Monday in reaction to the NPP’s list, describing the NPP press conference that made the list public as “needless and politically jaundiced”.

    He also questioned the source of the documents and information put out by the opposition party.

  • Dec 7th 2016

    President John Dramani Mahama has said Ghanaians are going to retain him in power in the December 7 polls based on his performance in the last four years.

    "They know what I have done in the past four years and they know that giving me another four years will enable me to complete and initiate more development projects throughout the country," he said.

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  • Woyome rubbishes concocted NPP list of GH¢51m judgment debt beneficiaries

    Alfred Woyome Businessman Alfred Woyome says a list published by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) purporting to be the list of beneficiaries the GH¢51 million judgement debt is concocted. Mr Woyome issued a statement Monday in reaction to the NPP’s list, describing the NPP press conference that made the list public as “needless and politically jaundiced”. He also questioned the source of the documents and information put out by the opposition party.
  • TOR, 3 COMPANIES SIGN AGREEMENT TO INCREASE PRODUCTION CAPACITY

    The Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) has signed an agreement with three companies to revamp its Crude Distillation Unit (CDU) and increase the facility’s production capacity. • The $40 million project is expected to increase the refinery’s production capacity from 45,000 barrels per stream day (bpsd) to 60,000 bpsd on completion and it will be funded from “TOR” internally generated funds.
  • Report: Ghana will be fastest growing African economy in 2017

    A leading African economic think tank expects Ghana to have economic growth of 8.7 percent in 2017, the fastest of 54 countries ranked on the continent.   Cote d’Ivoire (8.3), Congo (8.0), Ethiopia (7.7) and Mozambique (7.5) rounded out the top five, according to the African Economic Outlook (AEO), a partnership between the African Development Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the United Nations.

Politics

  • Ghanaians will retain me in power - President Mahama

    President John Dramani Mahama has said Ghanaians are going to retain him in power in the December 7 polls based on his performance in the last four years. "They know what I have done in the past four years and they know that giving me another four years will enable me to complete and initiate more development projects throughout the country," he said.
  • I’ve had best campaign ever – JM thanks all

    President John Mahama, who began his address at the Greater Accra rally at the Accra Sports Stadium Monday with the song “Unto the Lord be the glory, great things He has done”, described the party’s 2016 electioneering campaign as the best he has ever experienced in his life.
  • Today’s Simple Choice: STAY THE COURSE And consolidate the gains - President Mahama rallies Ghanaians

    President Mahama never leaves a campaign platform without performing his trademark 'thunderbolt' sign President John Dramani Mahama has rallied the electorate to forge ahead in unity and stay the course of development he and his government has championed over the past four years rather than waver over the unanchored promises of change by a small group of people.
  • Vote for President Mahama Even In The Areas Where The Elephant Is Strong - Dr Omane Boamah

    Dr Omane Boamah has urged electorates in the Eastern Region to vote massively for President Mahama even in areas where the elephant is strong. He urged the supporters at the well attended rally in Koforidua not to make a mistake and vote for the "All Die Be Die" Party.
  • NANA ADDO’S LAST MINUTE PR GIMMICK UNPRODUCTIVE…Dodgy Responses Raise Eyebrows – Adu Asare 

    The NPP and its flagbearer have raised more doubt in the minds of the average electorate especially floating voters following Nana Akufo Addo’s responses to some pertinent questions about some sensitive issues bothering majority of Ghanaians. Nana Akufo Addo who had pre-arranged separate interviews on three major radio stations in Accra had a rare opportunity to clarify his position on key issues bothering the unity of his party, the tag on him as an intolerant and violent person and his strategy to implement the numerous promises he has made on campaign platforms sounded very illusive, attracting harsh comments by critics.
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