Kweku Baako has explained that coup detat actions breeded or initiated some sort of Jealousy and enviness laced with ethnocentricism in the Ghana Armed Forces. The Popular political commentator Abdul Malik Kweku Baako revisited the Rawlings Coup detat era with an insightful explanation. He however urged his readers not to ask for evidence.
One would have thought that, the parliament's decision and approval for the Electoral Commission to proceed with its planned voter registration exercise (C.I. 126) grants them ultimate powers to proceed irrespective of what the Supreme Court's ruling may be, however, that may well be a wrong misconception. An interesting scenario may well be lying in wait ahead of Ghana as the nation awaits the Supreme Court's ruling on the matter. The Electoral Commission may well be thrown into singing a different 'anthem
The country will 16 days from now head to the polls to vote for a leader to run the affairs of the country for the next 4 years. This election is expected to be keenly contested by all political parties especially the 2 biggest political parties. This upcoming election has caused so much friction between the 2 biggest parties. Last week, the New Patriotic Party officially boycotted Multimedia’s ‘Newsfile’ political show. Newsfile is regarded as one of the intriguing Saturday morning shows. It is hosted
Mr. Abdul Malik Kweku Baako one of Ghana's most seasoned journalists, has sent out a stench warning the way of former President Jerry John Rawlings for him to stay put and desist from making the use of lies as a means to justify his many untold actions as though he was a saint. Journalist Abdul Kweku Baako in advising former President Mr. Rawlings stated that he should reflect and make a sober count of the number of associates and friends who have chosen to distance themselves from him since his days in active
Hundreds of Ghanaians including his boss Abdul malik Kweku Baako wishes him a blessed birthday. Today 7th July, 2020 marks the day the day the BBC reporter was born. He took to social media to remind his followers about his birthday. Anas's Boss Abdul Kweku Baako earlier today wish his ‘boy' a happy birthday; Anas posted this on his social media handles and other Ghanaians also used that opportunity to wish him a blessed birthday under his post. Anas Aremeyaw Anas is a Ghanaian undercover journalist and BBC
Sad news emanating from the camp of Kweku Baako, a veteran journalist and editor in chief of the new crusading guide has it that, his biological mother has passed on today, the 6th of March 2021, at the Tema Maritime hospital.