We’ll defend ourselves if … — NDC

The leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has expressed serious concern over the continuous attack on its members after this year’s general election when the New Patriotic Party (NPP) emerged victorious.  The NDC observed that despite calls on the leadership of the NPP to call its supporters to order, coupled with frantic efforts made by the police, NDC supporters continued to suffer violent attacks. … Continue reading We’ll defend ourselves if … — NDC

Why chiefs should not engage in partisan politics

The campaign period during the Election 2016 and the aftermath following the election of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as President-elect has played up some of the reasons chiefs are not supposed to engage in active partisan politics as enshrined in Article 276 of the 1992 Constitution. Section (1) of Article 276 states: “A chief shall not take part in active party politics; and any chief … Continue reading Why chiefs should not engage in partisan politics

Presby Communication Board commends media, EC

The Communication Board of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) has commended the media and the Electoral Commission for their spectacular performance in the just ended 2016 national general election. A statement signed and issued by the Chairman of the PCG Communication Board, Mr G.B.K. Owusu, said the good performance exhibited by the media was not only remarkable but commendable. “Despite some reportorial gaffes, the … Continue reading Presby Communication Board commends media, EC

NPP won’t compromise on credible electoral process — John Boadu

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has given strong indication that it will not compromise on a credible electoral process to pave way for the rigging of the 2016 general election. The party said its determination to ensure a transparent and fair electoral process that would deliver credible election would not be compromised. “This is a determination that will never be compromised for consideration and more … Continue reading NPP won’t compromise on credible electoral process — John Boadu

Bolgatanga Central unpredictable

The Bolgatanga Central Constituency in the Upper East Region is one of the key constituencies to watch in the 2016 general election owing to the unpredictable nature of the voter population of over 47,000 in the previous elections. For one thing, since the country’s adoption of constitutional rule in 1992, the seat has been occupied by two parties, namely the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and … Continue reading Bolgatanga Central unpredictable