Abu Sakara Says CPP Needs New Leadership. The Convention People’s Party (CPP) needs “a change” in leadership, the party’s Flagbearer in the 2012 election has said. Dr Abu Sakara Foster was speaking for the first time on radio about an election that saw him put up what critics have described as “an abysmal performance.”
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Ahafo Ano North: NPP Parliamentary Candidate Goes To High Court. The New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for Ahafo Ano North in the Ashanti Region, Mr Richard Akuoko-Adiyia, has filed a petition at the Kumasi High Court challenging the declaration of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate, Mr Akwasi Adusei, as winner of the 2012 parliamentary election in the constituency.
Kofi Annan: Africa Must Learn From Ghana’s Democracy. The former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan says he hopes other African countries learn from what he described as Ghana’s maturing democracy.
Atik Mohammed: PNC National Organizer Is Out Of Order. The People’s National Convention (PNC) has distanced itself from claims by its National Organizer’s that per the results collated by the party, the results declared by the Electoral Commission were correct.
Mahamudu Bawumia: 1,340,000 Votes Were Wrongly Counted. The 2012 Vice Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has revealed that the Electoral Commission wrongly counted 1,340,000 of the votes cast in the 2012 Presidential elections.
Gabby Otchere Darko: NPP Will Go To Court Before Friday. The New Patriotic Party (NPP) will proceed to court with its evidence to challenge the results of the December 7 polls before Friday. The party has until the end of this week to start processes at the Supreme Court to contest the 7 December declaration of the 2012 Presidential and […]
AFAG Postpones ‘LET MY VOTE COUNT’ Demo The Alliance for Accountable Governance has postponed its intended demonstration slated for Friday December 20 in the Greater Accra region. According to AFAG, the decision to postpone the demonstration is because the Police Service says it cannot guarantee them enough security since the service has a special programme planned for Friday.
Ghana Elections 2012: NDP Slams Results; “It Was 419”. Democratic Party (NDP) has described the just-ended general election as the infamous “419 Election 2012” because of what it called the numerous anomalies that characterised the exercise. “We believe that the Electoral Commission (EC), on hindsight, will be humble enough to accept its problems of mismanagement and go ahead to carry […]
Election 2012: Sir John Curses EC Chairman Afari-Gyan. GENERAL SECRETARY of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie popularly called Sir John has “summoned Afari-Gyan, the Electoral Commission (EC) boss before God” for allegedly, rigging the polls in favour of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC). He stated that it was evidently clear that Dr. Afari-Gyan collaborated with the […]
27,515 Rejected Ballots Recorded In Western Region. The figure had raised concerns by a section of the public about inadequate education by the Electoral Commission (EC) and the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) on the proper way of voting, especially the first-time voters. Besides, some EC officials unconsciously failed to place the EC’s validation stamps at the back of […]
Elections 2012: Electoral Officer In court For “Missing Verification Machine”. The Goaso Circuit Court in the Asunafo North Municipality of the Brong Ahafo Region has remanded in prison custody the Presiding Officer of the Bediako CMB Shed polling station, for allegedly stealing a Biometric Verification Device used for the just ended presidential and parliamentary polls.
Kumasi: NPP March For ‘Stolen Verdict 3’ Demo. All is set for the New Patriotic Party’s demonstration dubbed “March for justice” in the Ashanti regional capital of Kumasi. The march is aimed at getting the Electoral Commission to effect changes in what the NPP deems, discrepancies in results of some constituencies in the region.