Stop ‘Attacking’ Bawumia When Jane Naana Can’t Even Talk On The Economy - NPP Big Wig Tells Mahama
Vice President Bawumia’s economy lecture has been the talk of town in the aftermath of the presentation. The government led by Bawumia, who is the Head of the Economic team has admitted that all is well but have emphasized that the country is better placed than it was under the NDC.
NDC Big Wig In ‘Trouble’ After TV3 Distanced Themselves From What He Said About The 2024 Elections
It was a feisty and lively discussion on TV3’s New Day as Alfred Thompson, an NPP communicator clashed with Edem Agbana, the NDC National Deputy Organizer. Berla Mundi moderated as the 2 debated over the state of insecurity and vigilantism in the country. According to Alfred Thompson, the NPP had no vigilantes.
"Go to Court" - Johnny Hughes responds to Alhaji Suhuyini on his comments on road toll abolishing
One of the biggest controversies surrounding the 2022 budget has been the abolishing of the road toll levy and replacing it with the E-Levy. Various views have been expressed in a bid to kick against the introduction of the 'momo levy', and the call to reinstate the reverse the immediate abolishing of the road toll levy, describing it as unconstitutional to implement a policy in an unapproved budget.
Go to Court - Johnny Hughes responds Alhaji Suhuyini
The elimination of the road toll levy and replacement with the E-Levy has been one of the most contentious aspects of the 2022 budget. Various points of view have been stated in an attempt to stop the'momo levy' from being implemented, as well as the call to reinstate the road toll levy, claiming that it is unconstitutional to adopt a policy in an unapproved budget.
Stop The Unnecessary Attacks And Criticisms Against Mahama - Murtala Mohammed
Today, October 13, 2022, on GHToday, Serwaa Amihere was joined by Murtala Mohammed, the MP for Tamale Central, Alfred Thompson, a member of the NPP Communications Team, and Kwame Jantuah, a member of the Political Desk of the Convention's People's Party.
The Government Can Choose To Do Whatever They Want With The Seized Excavators - Alfred Thompson
A lot of concerns have been raised by Ghanaians about the government's decision of burning seized excavators at galamsey sites. A former Deputy Managing Director of NIB, Alfred Thompson, has said that any seized excavator becomes the property of the government, and they can choose to do whatever they want with it which includes burning.
John Mahama Is Full Of Bitterness Against His Own Party People – NPP Big Wig Tells Johnnie Hughes
It’s a long way to 2024 but the 2 biggest parties in the country are gearing up for the next elections. For the NDC it might be a mere formality that John Mahama will be on their flagbearer ticket. However, for the ruling NPP it will be a tense moment as a number of candidates are lacing their boots to contest.
NDC Lacks Economic Management Ideas
Alfred Thompson, former Deputy Managing Director of the National Investment Bank (NIB), has mocked the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) for being economically bankrupt. After rejecting the Debt Exchange scheme offered by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, he claims the NDC has failed to provide alternative options.
NDC Man Questions Akufo Addo's 170 Million Euros Bank Investment
The Ministry of Finance has signed an agreement with the European Investment Bank for the provision of a €170 million facility for the establishment of a new national bank the Development Bank Ghana (DBG). According to Prez.Akuffo Addo, Development Bank Ghana will play a critical role in the rapid economic transformation of Ghana, following the devastating effects of COVID-19.”
Believe Akufo-Addo if he says he will turn the economy around – NPP’s Alfred Thompson
An individual from the public interchanges group of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alfred Thompson has said Mr Akufo-Addo has the record of handling the monetary difficulties confronting Ghanaians. With that in mind, he said, the affirmation given by the President to determine the ongoing difficulties ought to be embraced.