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Dampare please do not disappoint me Tomorrow in Cape Coast - Kelvin Taylor Boldly Speaks.

Kelvin Taylor the host of With all Due Respect Extended Version have finally appeal to the IGP Dr Akuffo Dampare not to disappoint him in Cape Coast Tomorrow 11th October 2021. Speaking on the Loud Media Silence on Extended Version With all Due respect, Kelvin Taylor boldly stated that, the Police Commander in Central Region Cape Coast is try to make things clear as far as the elections to be held in Cape Coast Tomorrow is his concern.

  1 month ago ago
Dampare please do not disappoint me Tomorrow in Cape Coast - Kelvin Taylor Boldly Speaks.

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Mahama promise to pay Assemblymen monthly stipend; this is Hajia Alima Mahama’s response.

Mr. John Dramani Mahama, the former President and the flag bearer of the biggest opposition party; the National Democratic Congress, during a campaign trail promised to pay assemblymen a monthly stipend or salary if he captures power after the 2020 general elections. The Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has once responded to this campaign promise of Mr. Mahama. This however, seems not to be enough. Hajia Alima Mahama, the Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, who also doubles as the

  1 year ago ago
Mahama promise to pay Assemblymen monthly stipend; this is Hajia Alima Mahama’s response.

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Assemblymen divided over Mahama's pledge to pay them once voted to power

Over the past weeks , the former president and flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress John Mahama has pledged to remunerate monthly the assemblymen in our various communities. Since then concerned group of Assemblymen led by David Atta Twum expressed their support of the idea triggered by the former president. According to him, Mr John Mahama promised to amend the death and birth registry and set the pave for Assemblymen to carry out the job in our various district and remunerate them accordingly. Mr

  1 year ago ago
Assemblymen divided over Mahama's pledge to pay them once voted to power