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July, 2017

  • 24 July

    Charlotte Osei’s sugar-coated responses won’t save her – Presidential Staffer

    The Electoral Commission Chair, Charlotte Osei’s responses to the 27-point petition from the concerned EC staff is inadequate proof that the issues are false and hence must be seriously probed, this is the stance of Presidential Staffer Ibrahim Adjei. Mrs. Charlotte Osei, in a 27-paged response rubbished claims levelled against …

  • 24 July

    Friends of John Dumelo to launch Clean Ghana Campaign

    A group of fans of celebrated award-winning actor, Friends of John Dumelo has announced they will on August 19, 2017 launch a nationwide project dubbed “John Dumelo Clean Ghana Campaign” at Hohoe and Likpe in the Volta Region of Ghana. The campaign which will commerce in the two selected towns, …

  • 23 July

    Involve Government Appointees In Regional And Constituency Committee Meetings – John Boadu

    The General Secretary (Ag) of the NPP has called on the party’s regional and constituency executives to involve government appointees in their meetings and other engagements. This, he said, would help bridge the “gap” between government and the party at various levels and also address the concerns of party members …

  • 23 July

    Anas’ ‘Ghana in the eyes of God’ investigation nominated for Global Shining Light Awards

    The most outstanding investigative journalism work in Ghana by Anas Aremeyaw Anas exposing corruption in the judiciary in Ghana has been nominated for the Global Shining Light Awards set for the first ever Global Investigative Journalism Conference to be held in Africa in November 2017. The work by Anas which …

  • 23 July

    Ghana In Retrospect Part 3: The Rise and Perceived Shortcomings Nkrumah

    By Anthony Obeng Afrane Guyana under siege reports that the political wave that swept Kwame Nkrumah into office as Prime Minister of Ghana was a true expression of her population. The nation was enjoying prosperity; foreign and domestic reserves were healthy; cocoa prices were excellent and stable and, in general, …

  • 23 July

    I did not receive that V8 Landcruiser from Mahama – EC Boss to petitioners

    The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Mrs. Charlotte Osei has dismissed the allegations that she has received a V8 Landcruiser with registration WR 2291-15 from the former President Mahama in 2015. She however, admits being allocated a vehicle from the office of the then Chief of Staff which is …

  • 23 July

    Shocking Details: EC Chair’s Response to the petition filed against her

    The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Mrs. Charlotte Osei has responded in detail, every single allegations leveled against her. Read the full response in a 17 pages document: RE: PETITION AGAINST THE CHAIRPERSON OF ELECTORAL COMMISSION, MRS. CHARLOTTE OSEI RESPONSES PROVIDED BY MRS. CHARLOTTE OSEI TO THE ALLEGATIONS …

  • 22 July

    Ghana’s debt stock hits ¢137 billion – BOG

    The total public debt for the country as at May this year has reached ¢137 billion putting the debt-to-GDP ratio at 67.5%, a summary of economic and financial data released by the Bank of Ghana has revealed. This was at the end of the Central Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee meeting to review …

  • 21 July

    Ghana In Retrospect Part 2: U.S. ROLE IN NKRUMAH OVERTHROW CONT.

    By Anthony Obeng Afrane Confirmation and Revelation While the newly-released documents, written by a National Security Council staffer and unnamed CIA officers, confirm the essential outlines set forth by Nkrumah and Stockwell, they also provide additional, and chilling, details about what the U.S. government knew about the plot, when, and …

  • 20 July

    Ghana In Retrospect part 1: U.S. Role In Nkrumah Overthrow


    By Anthony Obeng Afrane Declassified National Security Council and Central Intelligence Agency documents provide compelling evidence of United States government involvement in the 1966 overthrow of Ghanaian President Kwame Nkrumah.The coup d’etat, organized by dissident army officers, toppled the Nkrumah government on Feb. 24, 1966 and was promptly hailed by …