Author: Senanu Nyadroh

NDC demands apology from Nana Addo for calling President Mahama incompetent

The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has demanded an unqualified apology from the presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for calling President John Dramani Mahama incompetent. The NDC says the consistent attacks on President Mahama by Nana Akufo-Addo and his party must end if they want an issue-based campaign. President Mahama has on his recent campaign tours in the Western and Northern Regions attacked Nana Akufo-Addo’s personality and his leadership style, describing him as a dictator and divisive. Speaking on Citi Fm, the NDC Campaign Spokesperson for the December 7 general elections, Joyce Bawa Mogtari said the NPP must first...

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SAVE-Ghana Launches Web-Based Application To Check Teacher Absenteeism In Upper West Region

SAVE-Ghana, a non-profit organisation has launched a web-based technology that would help check teacher absenteeism in 88 basic schools in the Upper West Region. The technology was launched under a 15- month project: “Improving learning outcomes through ICT and evidence based approach (IMPROVE) in the Upper West Region,” with funding  from “Making All Voices Count” an NGO. Mr Sule Tayiru Dintie, Executive Director of SAVE-Ghana noted that the Education Sector Performance Review (ESPR 2008) report indicated that Ghana remains the highest investor in the education sector in the sub-region; investing 30 per cent of its annual budget in the...

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EC redefines over-voting as part of electoral reforms

With barely 150 days to the December 7 polls, the Electoral Commission (EC) has unrolled 27 reforms as part of plans to safeguard the credibility of the election. These reforms include a redefinition of what constitutes an over-voting incident at any polling station. EC boss, Charlotte Osei, explained to news editors in Accra Tuesday that there would be over-voting incident at a polling station when the number of ballot casts exceeds the number of people verified to vote. This, she said, is significantly different from the previous definition of over-voting which has created problems for the Commission in the past. Previously,...

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NDC didn’t pressure Mahama to pardon ‘Montie 3’ – Aseidu Nketia

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has rejected claims that President John Dramani Mahama was pressured to grant pardon to the ‘Montie three’.Following the incarceration of the three, Salifu Maase, Alistair Nelson and Ako Gunn for disrespecting the court, the NDC led by its National Chairman, Kofi Portuphy opened a petition book aimed at pleading with the president to pardon them.This, according to critics, heaped undue pressure on the president leading to their remission. .A statement announcing the remission said: “The President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, has, in consultation with the Council of State...

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