Prof Stephen Adei: Mahama And His Cabinet Ministers Are Liars PROFESSOR STEPHEN Adei, former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has described President John Dramani Mahama and his Cabinet Ministers as a bunch of liars who have refused to tell Ghanaians the true state of the economy. According to him, Ghanaians must be told the […]
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Prez Mahama Dumps 3 Wise Men? There are strong indications that President John Mahama has done away with three former ministers commonly referred to as the ‘three wise men’ appointed to oversee critical projects in the current administration. Impeccable sources close to the seat of government, the Flagstaff House, told DAILY GUIDE that the three former ministers responsible for Government’s […]
President Mahama ‘Chilling’ With A Hot Sexy Model You have definitely seen enough photos of His Excellency, President Dramani Mahama from ECOWAS meetings, political campaigns, G8 Summits, sipping pineapple juice and even becoming the ‘face of CNN.’ But have you ever seen him ‘chilling’ and jet skiing with a hot model before? Someone just said Mr. President was smiling more […]
Mahama Tells Ghanaians: Reduce taste for foreign goods President John Mahama has appealed to Ghanaians to change their unbridled taste for foreign goods and switch to made-in-Ghana goods. The change, he said, will reduce importation of goods and services and create jobs for indigenous industries and people throughout the country. President Mahama made the appeal when he addressed students of […]
President John Mahama reshuffles regional ministers President John Dramani Mahama has made the following changes in the posting of Regional Ministers. A statement from the Flagstaff House and signed by the Spokesperson to the President, Ben Dotsei Malor, said the Regional Ministers are to report to their new regions by the 15th of March, 2014.
State Of The Nation Or Manifesto? A few weeks back, I had the opportunity of listening to President Obama delivering his state of the nation address to the people of America and by extension, the whole world. It was a delight to listen to a President who thinks, a President who sees the challenges confronting his nation, fashions out policies […]
Prez Mahama Says Akufo-Addo doesn’t own free SHS copyright President John Mahama has denied stealing his 2012 arch political rival’s free Senior High School campaign promise. Mr Mahama told people in the Central region that “nobody owns the copyright” to free SHS education.
President Mahama says economic turbulence is temporary. President John Dramani Mahama has assured that the current economic woes facing the country is temporary, adding that Ghanaians will soon witness the benefits of the sacrifices his government is making.
Mahama Tells MPs: ‘I’m not your co-equal’ President John Mahama got the entire Parliament bursting out with laughter on Tuesday when he, in jest, told heckling MPs: “Herr! Order. I’m not your co-equal”. After gales of laughter reverberated through the chamber, the President added jovially: “Who said ‘tweaa’?” The President yo-yoed between jokes and real business as he presented his […]
Poor Economy: Nyaho-Tamakloe Defends Mahama A founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe, has defended President John Mahama’s handling of the economy. He attributed the weakening of the cedi and other economic challenges the country is facing to the effects of the 2012 elections and therefore advised that the President should not be blamed.
Minority: ‘Tweaa! President has run away’ The announcement by the Majority Leader in Parliament yesterday that the President’s State of the Nation Address, which was to take place tomorrow, has been put on hold till Tuesday, February 25, was greeted with a thunderous ‘Tweeaaaa’ by the Minority members, saying “President has run away.”
President John Mahama says rather than predicting doom for the country, “wise” Ghanaian Politicians should help him scale the current economic hurdles confronting the Nation. “I thank and salute the wise Ghanaian politicians who understand that the right attitude in such times is to assist the government and stop predicting disasters”, Mr Mahama wrote on his facebook page.