Political Scientist Tells Mahama: Resign and save Ghana The Head of the Political Science Department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, (KNUST) says it will be in the best interest of the President, John Dramani Mahama to step down if he is not ready to take the blame for occurrences in the country. Dr. Richard Amoako Baah […]
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Rawlings Tells Mahama: Reshuffle Ministers Now Former President Jerry John Rawlings has suggested that a large number of ministers in the John Mahama Administration are incompetent and must be reshuffled immediately. Mr. Rawlings who spoke to Joy News on Thursday demanded for the reshuffle because according to him Ghanaians have had enough of these officials
President Mahama: Don’t blame me for cedi fall The President John Dramani Mahama has dismissed claims that bad government decisions is causing the current depreciation of the cedi. According to the President the current depreciation of the cedi is as a result of global economic trends and cannot be attributed to economic policies or decisions of his administration.
Sekou Nkrumah: ‘I apologise to Ghanaians for supporting Mills-Mahama ticket’ Political Activist Dr Sekou Nkrumah has apologised unreservedly to Ghanaians for supporting the Mills-Mahama presidential ticket in 2008. ‘In 2007, I joined the NDC political party. I’ve always said now we’ve two main political parties in Ghana. I knew exactly what I was doing and I have no regrets for […]
Gov’t Swallowing Bitter Pills on Behalf of Ghanaians President John Mahama says his government is taking difficult decisions to fix the economy. “We are taking some tough decisions. We are swallowing some bitter medicine and strengthening the fundamentals to ensure a better and brighter economic future for our people”, President Mahama told the Diplomatic Corp at the Peduase Lodge in […]
Ghana To Get New Power Plant TAQA, an Abu Dhabi based energy company, has agreed with the government of Ghana to build an additional facility to generate 300 megawatts of power at the Takoradi Thermal plant. Apart from that, the company is also willing to support Ghana in liquefied natural gas to undertake industrial activities.
Finance Minister Seth Terkper: President’s Confidence Will Make Me Do Better The Minister of Finance, Mr. Seth Terkper has said attempts by some people within government to get the President to fire him would rather challenge him to do better. President Mahama revealed on Wednesday at a meeting with the new Barclays Bank boss that he was under pressure to […]
President Mahama: I’m Being Forced To Sack Terkper President John Mahama says there is pressure mounting on him from within his own government to sack his finance Minister. He said certain reforms being engineered by Seth Terkper to tweak the economy to not only break the cycle of ills inherent within it but also fix certain fiscal weaknesses through some […]
JJ Rawlings: Mahama Is Committed To Fighting Corruption Former President Rawlings’ office has denied claims that he has intentionally not been critical of the Mahama administration as far as corruption is concerned. Mr. Rawlings has on several occasions leveled corruption allegations on Ex President Kufour and his government during their eight years in office.
Mahama on Vikileaks: I Decide Who to Appoint and Dismiss Without Explanation President John Dramani Mahama says he has the sole prerogative to decide whom to appoint and dismiss from his government. And he can do that without any explanation. Responding to a question on the dismissal of former Deputy Minister of Communications, Victoria Hamah, at his maiden meeting with […]
Mahama: I Wish I Could Supply Free Petrol To Ghanaians President John Dramani Mahama has underscored the need for tough, pragmatic measures to carry on with national development, saying he is in sync with the challenges of the Ghanaian. Those challenges, he said, require the implementation of tough measures to cure, explaining that he would have loved to supply Ghanaians […]
Mahama Assures Ghanaians: ‘2014 is Year of Hope’ Pressident Mahama has assured Ghanaians that 2014 will mark the beginning of many good things for Ghana. He said the urban transport network, maritime and port development, aviation, energy, manufacturing and business sectors would witness significant development in 2014.