Mahama promises to pay GH¢1000 monthly to Assembly Men When Elected.

Mahama promises to pay GH¢1000 monthly to Assembly Men

John Dramani Mahama, the flag bearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has emphasized exercising prudence in his pledges for the 2024 general elections due to the current state of Ghana’s economy. Speaking during his campaign tour in Hohoe, Volta Region, Mahama expressed concern about the economic crisis under the New Patriotic Party administration. … Read more

Ghanaians were reluctant to step forward as spokespersons for the New Force – Cheddar

Ghanaians were reluctant to step forward as spokespersons for the New Force

The Face Behind the New Force Movement Nana Kwame Badiako popularly known as Cheddar made intricating some claims regarding the selection process for a Spokesperson for the group. According to the Ghanaian Multi-Millionaire and presidential hopeful, No Ghanaian was willing to represent the New Force as a spokesperson out of fear. He revealed that he … Read more

Use your Ghana card to pick up a Mercedes Benz on credit. – Prof Kobby Mensah challenges Bawumia.

Use your Ghana card to pick up a Mercedes Benz on credit

The current vice president and flagbearer for the NPP announced plans for Ghanaians to access credit and purchase cars using the Ghana Card and the ongoing digitalization of the economy. The presidential aspirant who claims would choose a Ghana card over 1000 interchanges stated that the Ghana card will be “the anchor for a credit … Read more

We can’t sleep with our wives – Stephen Yakubu on Mahama’s 24-hour economy

Stephen Yakubu on Mahama's 24-hour economy

Regional Minister for Upper East, Stephen Yakubu, has dismissed former President John Dramani Mahama’s proposed 24-hour economy stating that it isn’t appropriate for farmers. Speaking at an event in the Upper East Region, as seen in the video below, Mr Yakabu expressed concerns that the policy could negatively impact the conjugal stability of the local … Read more

What you see in my eyes is passion not bitterness- Koku Anyidoho to Blakk Rasta.

Koku Anyidoho

Koku Anyidoho, the former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has responded to musician and radio personality Blakk Rasta’s claim that his criticisms of the NDC are fueled by bitterness rather than genuine concern. Read Also: Jasmine wants to make me an outsider in my marriage- Mr. Ibu’s wife Anyidoho who has … Read more

I rejected US$ 800m to step down from the Flagbearersgip race – Kennedy Agyapong.

US$ 800m to step down from the Flagbearersgip race
  • Kennedy Gyapong has alleged that he refused US$ 800m to step down from the Flagbearersgip race
  • He refuted claims of demanding 500 million dollars in annual contracts from the vice Vice President.
  • Kennedy claims he is contesting for the love of Ghana
  • He revealed that he has been begged by “elders” to step down.

Kennedy Agyapong, an aspiring flagbearer for the New Patriotic Party NPP has alleged that he was offered 800 million US dollars to step down from the presidential race. However, he refused.

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This comes after the member of parliament for Suhum, Fredrick Opare- Ansah accused Kennedy of demanding 500 million dollars in annual contracts from Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia as a condition to step down.

The controversial politician in an interview on Time FM not only refuted the claims but alleged that he was offered 800 million to step down for Bawumia to represent the Party.

“Does he know the number of people who have approached me but for the love of Ghana and the delegates I have said I will never do it.

“The money they offered is $800 million if he doesn’t know. He should ask Mr Oppong Bio, if that is what they are saying but I said no I will not step down, Ghana first.

“In 2016, you people were not able to buy pickups. How come today you are able to offer me $800 million? So I said I won’t step down…” he stated.

Kennedy Agyapong revealed in the interview that he was only contesting because of his love for Ghana and the delegates. He also stated that he has been approached by a number of elders begging him to step down.

Ken in his submission hinted that his prospective government will not include anyone who is currently serving under this government.

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“I have been told to my face that the only way they (grassroots) will be voting for me is if I am leading Ghana but I have been told that if I bring those who have served under this government, they won’t vote for me. So why should I even step down for us to go to opposition? I won’t do it,”

Npp will be going to the poles next month, Novermber 4th to elect a flagbearer for the upcoming elections in 2024.

Watch Kennedy Agyapong’s interview Below:

Afia Schwarzenegger blasts Alan Cash after his resignation from NPP.

Outspoken Ghanaian media personality, Afia Schwarzenegger, has criticized independent presidential candidate Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen for urging youth support for his Movement for Change initiative. She contends that Kyerematen, a retired politician who left the New Patriotic Party (NPP) following the super delegates conference, is not deserving of youth support. Read Also: A Plus announces his … Read more

A Plus announces his intention to contest for MP as an Independent Candidate.

Ghanaian musician Kwame A Plus has announced his plan to run as an independent candidate for the Gomoa Central parliamentary seat in the upcoming 2024 elections.

Currently, Naana Eyiah Quansah holds the position of Member of Parliament for Gomoa Central and serves as the Deputy Minister of Interior.

Kwame A Plus legally known as Kwame Obeng Asare, is a political activist and social commentator. He believes that he has made significant contributions to the constituency and hence deserves to represent his people in parliament as an independent candidate.

Expressing his confidence in winning the parliamentary election, A Plus also called on potential rivals to consider allowing him to run unopposed for the Gomoa Central constituency seat in Parliament.

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“Come 2024, I’m not contesting NDC or NPP. I will unseat the MP in this area. Anyone who competes with me, I will defeat the person. I am very confident that I am going to win this seat,” he said.

“It is very likely that in 2025 I will be the only independent candidate in Ghana’s parliament and that is what I want to do. This constituency is ours, if you want to contest we are waiting for you. If you come with money, sweet talks, or anything that the person brings, I will beat him/her. I have more influence than anyone. So whether NPP or NDC, no one should contest the seat coming 2024, they should allow me to go unopposed and go to parliament.

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“I don’t even want any competition. Anyone who wants to join me can share my ambition with me and maybe if I win, I can help the person to become DCE but to be MP in this constituency in 2024, no two ways about that I am going to win the election,” Kwame A Plus said.

Sarah Adwoa Safo apologizes to NPP leadership few weeks to the party’s 2024 primaries.

Adwoa Safo

Sarah Adwoa Safo, the Member of Parliament representing the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency, has issued an unequivocal apology to the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Her apology is directed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, and the Chief of Staff Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, addressing her recent conduct. Read Also: United’s Anotny drops WhatsApp … Read more