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Bring back Frank Okyere as MCE to finish the unfinished in Ashaiman


Kosivi Kosi/Temanewsonline.com/Ghana You can call it the United States of Ashaiman, it is in order. Others like the elite prefer to refer to it as a cosmopolitan Municipality. All are in order. Any of the descriptions best describe Ashaiman. One thing that remains for sure is that Ashaiman is a community that has different cultures and people from different walks ...

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How Boniface Made It Possible


…  A Journey From The Root Of Zongo To The South Little did the doubting Thomas in both the then opposition New Patriotic Party and the now out-going National Democratic Congress knew that one can lose elections in the North and come down South to win. It has always been the reverse, people losing elections in the South and going ...

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Mike Oquaye’s Speech As Speaker Of Parliament


Professor Mike Aaron Oquaye was on Saturday January 7, 2016,  sworn in as Speaker of the Seventh Parliament under the Fourth Republic. He asked the country’s 275 legislators to play their roles as honourable men of the house to ensure the aspirations of Ghanaians, for which they were voted into office, are fulfilled. Below is the full text: Inaugural speech ...

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Russia, Ghana And The Message


By Kester Kenn Klomegah  Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has praised Ghanaian authorities for efforts at conducting successful presidential and parliamentary elections, and the electorate for showing peace and maturity at the polls held on 7 December 2016. In an official statement posted to the website, the ministry noted that “observers from the African Union and the Economic Community of ...

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Gülen Movement Done Nothing Wrong; Rather Improved The Lives Of The Masses

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No doubt that Turkey’s Schindler’s List today involves members of the Gülen movement who have done nothing wrong other than volunteering their time, money and expertise to improve the lives of people around themselves with a special focus on science education, eradication of poverty and reconciliation efforts.   They are viciously being demonized and vilified by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip ...

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“Let there be peace at all times” – Nii Okaidja III advocates.


This was his message given in an interview at his residence yesterday. Nii Okaidja III was enstooled from a Royal Family onto a vacant Throne. Armed with Supreme Court Judgments, Nii Okaidja III confirms that he is the legitimate Gbese Mantse and Adonten of the Ga State “but there is too much fraud and abuse of court process.” “Of course ...

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Why Bawumia is a threat to NDC


Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia is the vice presidential candidate of the NPP in the upcoming December 7 elections. It is not in the nature of presidential contests for a party or campaign to aim a significant portion of its attacks and propaganda at the vice presidential candidate of its main rivals. Of course, being an integral part of a presidential ticket, ...

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Mike Ocquaye Writes; ‘Mahama, Fix Your ‘Silently’ Divided Party’

Mike Ocquaye

President John Dramani Mahama has nothing good for Ghanaians. Under his watch, Ghana has slumped to its lowest nemesis under democratic rule. While corruption envelopes us, our economy is in the doldrums, registering this year the lowest growth rate in 22 years. President Rawlings took Ghana to a higher level than he met it. President Kufuor took Ghana to a ...

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Flavoured e-cigarettes may entice teens to smoke

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FRUIT- or candy-flavoured electronic cigarettes may entice teens to start smoking tobacco, a new study suggests. Using data from the 2014 National Youth Tobacco Survey, researchers at the University of Missouri-Kansas City found that among middle school and high school students who had never smoked, 58 percent who used flavored e-cigarettes said they intended to start smoking tobacco cigarettes. “Due ...

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Full Text of an affidavit filed by AG in opposition to Amidu’s application


Read the full text of an affidavit filed by the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong in opposition to Martin Amidu’s application to orally examine Alfred Agbesi Woyome. In July 2014, Martin Amidu won a supreme court case in which he prayed to the court to compel Woyome to refund 51.2 million cedis fraudulently paid to him as ...

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