President John Dramani Mahama says his second term of office will see what he described as "a massive investment in the real sector" of the Ghanaian economy.
The running mate of the Opposition New Patriotic Party Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has stated that the Presidency is religiously skewed.
President John Dramani Mahama made a pact with the sovereign people of Ghana in 2012 to deliver on their mandate in a manner that will change lives and transform our dear nation, Ghana.
Dr. Bawumia and a host of NPP officials have recently resorted to negative and insulting language in their references to President Mahama as their main political message to Ghanaians going into election 2016.
"Although I empathize with the suspended leaders of our party, I would not hesitate blaming some of them for what we seeing especially Sammy Crabbe and Mr Ayikoi Out. I used to be one of the close security operatives working at the office and residence of Nana Addo and went through a lot as a close security confidant of the man and later as one in charge of his travels. This open hatred for some particular ethnic groups started showing up years ago and some of us had to defy all odds to fight against such negatives.
The growing number of NDC members in London has necessitated the opening of more branches. The Chapter Executives supervised peaceful elections to elect officers to steer the affairs of the party in the northern and southern parts of London.
The 2016 flagbearer of the main opposition New Patriotic Party Nana Akufo-Addo has said he did not “understand” the recent controversial comments made by former finance minister Yaw Osafo Maafo to be tribalistic.
The sex-for-job allegation made by opposition lawmaker Kennedy Agyapong against the Chair of the Electoral Commission (EC), Mrs Charlotte Osei, is sexist and must be condemned in no uncertain terms, Vice Chairperson of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mrs Betty Mould-Iddrisu has condemned.
Activities at Asawase, a suburb of Kumasi were virtually brought to a standstill when scores of residents lined up the streets to welcome President John Mahama who began his Accounting to the People Tour of the Ashanti region on Wednesday.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has cautioned its members to desist from making comments "likely to compromise, embarrass or impugn the integrity of the Supreme Court and all other constitutionally mandated bodies which are dully performing their duties.
The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) say they are ready to do whatever it will take to keep the country in one piece and not allow chaos to reign as Ghana prepares to go to the polls on November 7.
The Supreme Court’s directive asking the Electoral Commission (EC) to produce the list of persons whose names were captured onto the voters’ register using the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) card as proof of Ghanaian citizenship, expires today, June 29.
The People’s National Convention (PNC) has urged the Electoral Commissioner, Charlotte Osei to institute legal action against the Member of Parliament for the Assin North Constituency over the claim that she exchanged sex for the position.
GFA Chief Kwesi Nyantakyi with some muslim brothers
After years on controversy on his religious affiliation, the President of the Ghana Football Association has finally opened up on how he became a Muslim.
The Minister of Gender and Social Protection, Oye Lithur has called on the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong to apologise for what she describes as insulting comments against the Chairperson of Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei.
Deputy Communications Director of the largest opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) Anthony Abayifa Karbo has said the party will not condemn its eccentric Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Ken Agyepong for insisting that the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) Charlotte Osei was appointed in exchange for sex.
Private legal practitioner Ace Anan Ankomah has condemned the MP for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong over his unsavory comments targeted at the personality of the EC chairperson, Charlotte Osei.
Executive Director of the Ark Foundation has said recent comments by Member of Parliament for Assin North about Chairman of the Electoral Commission casts doubts on how he came to hold the office he occupies.
A total of 28, 120 people from seven regions who registered with the National Health Insurance cards ahead of the 2012 elections would be submitted to the Supreme Court by the Electoral Commission today.
I kept wondering what to write today. Then I kept scanning through my thoughts. Then many issues kept running in my mind. To choose to dwell on two major issues may be too boring. Yet, I knew they are still going to be part of our discussions this week because some people wish it so. Then I knew it all feeds into a perception that would eventually result in some established references in the future.
The Electoral Commission (EC) has said it has begun compiling names of all voters who registered with a National Health Insurance Card (NHIS) as proof of identity ahead of the 2012 elections in compliance with a Supreme Court directive.
Ghana will start processes for bilateral talks with the United Kingdom to renegotiate various agreements following Britain’s exit from the European Union, the West African country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ms Hanna Tetteh has said.
The two citizens who brought a case before the Supreme Court on the voter's register are doing the bidding of the New Patriotic Party, a Deputy Communications Minister has said.
The legal term, caveat emptor, meaning, buyer beware would pass a stretch at this crucial moment of our national life as we inch closer to elections to mean, voter beware.
It might appear as if the practice of politics cannot be done on the basis of ethics. Ethics are those things that measure the rightness or wrongness of an action, the basis upon which one can classify an act as either ethical or unethical.
Opposition leader Nana Akufo-Addo has been accused of stealing the idea of establishing a factory per district from the Independent People’s Party (IPP), its flagbearer Kofi Percival Apaloo has stated.
Majority Leader Alban Bagbin has said the decision by the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) to lodge a complaint with the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) over President John Mahama’s car gift is their right, but cautioned that they would be expected to provide evidence that the gift amounted to corruption.
It is “reckless” for the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) to say President John Mahama and the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) intends stealing its policies and programme for the 2016 elections, thus the delay in its launch, Mr Alban Bagbin, Majority Leader, has said.
International Relations and Security Expert, Irbard Ibrahim, has advised Joy FM’s Mannasseh Azure Awuni to render an unqualified apologise to President John Dramani Mahama over false claims he took a bribe, a Ford Expedition SUV, from a Burkinabe businessman in 2012 in exchange for contracts.