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Charlotte Osei, The Electoral Commission Chairperson (Ghana), has justified the decision of the Commission to Appeal the Judgment of an Accra High Court Ruling at the Supreme Court

Charlotte Osei, the Electoral Commission (EC) Chairperson, has justified the decision of the Commission to appeal the judgment of an Accra High Court ruling, on the disqualification of the Progressive Peoples’ Party (PPP) Flagbearer, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, from the December 7th, 2016 presidential race. Speaking at the Royal Institute …

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John Dumelo Fans Cries Out” after been appointed as Director of NDC political youth group leader by  the president of Ghana .

Ghanaian Multiple award winning actor, John Dumelo nominated severally for the categories of Most Promising Actor and Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the 6th and 7th Africa Movie Academy,  has been appointed Operations Director Agenda for the president of Ghana John D. Mahama, a pro-NDC youth group for …

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Brexit – High court ruling comes as a blow to the United Kingdom

The High Court judges after considering Brexit (British Exit) case for weeks, today has ruled that; The British government can’t unilaterally trigger the process of leaving the European Union (EU) without formal approval from lawmakers. This ruling comes as a blow to the British Prime Minister, Theresa May and could …

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South African president Jacob Zuma finally agrees to the request of finance minister Pravin Gordhan 

The president of South Africa  Jacob Zuma has yielded to general request that finance minister Pravin Gordhan be added to the list of education task team meant to look into issues concerning students fee protests. Minister Pravin Gordhan was added to the team two weeks after the presidency established the …

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Mr Ashton Carter U.S  defence secretary has  visit Iraq Unannounced to assess the progress of the offensive

According to news gathered from BBC- The Obama’s administration,US defence secretary has arrived on an unannounced visit to Iraq to assess the progress of the offensive against so-called Islamic State (IS) in Mosul.  Ash Carter comes fresh from meetings with Turkish leaders in Ankara aimed at allowing Turkey to play …

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ELECTORAL DISPUTES COMMISSIONED TO 17 COURTS BY CHIEF JUSTICE OF GHANA

Seventeen High Court judges have been selected by Theodora Georgina Wood, the Chief Justice of Ghana to handle anticipated electoral disputes throughout the country. According to Mr. Justice Opoku Acheampong, the Judicial Secretary there have been concerns about the December 7 elections being negatively affected considering the arising disputes between …

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Police arrested man leading group of people over Who killed Atta Mills?in Kumasi,Ghana

The suspect was leading a group to post the stickers at a location close to the venue where the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will be organizing their campaign launch on the theme ‘Operation One Million Votes in the Ashanti Region’.  Circulating posters bearing the inscription ‘Who killed Atta Mills?’ in …

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(IEA) The Institute of Economic Affairs of Ghana is seriously on the issues to  Commences Discussions with Representatives of the Presidential Candidates of the 2016 Election.

The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental and politically non-partisan public policy think-tank founded in 1989 with a view to broadening the debate on public policy, engendering private sector-led economic growth and strengthening the pillars of democracy. IEA finally set to Commences Discussions with Representatives of …

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