This week has been dominated by the Ejura Enquiry Report. The report has generated so much controversy since its release especially after the family of Kaaka came out to reject the report saying that the report did not carry a truthful reflection of what happened. One thing that came out clear and wasn’t actually part of the commission’s report was to agree unanimously that Kaaka’s death was as a result of a family feud.
Former President John Dramani Mahama's "do-or-die" statement still remains topical in discussions in homes, workplaces, and the media space. It has been met with mixed reactions with comparisons to statements made by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo. John Mahama has reiterated that his statement does not connote violence as being suggested by his political rivals but only twisting it to score cheap political points.
Today, Sammy Gyamfi and Yaw Buaben Asamoa joined Randy Abbey on the Good Morning Ghana show, Metro TV. As anticipated, there was an heated argument between these two great personalities from the biggest political parties in Ghana; National Democratic Congress and The New Patriotic Party.
Today, Thursday, July 29, 2021 will be interesting as two big wigs representing Ghana’s biggest parties will banter. As always on Metro TV’s ‘Good Morning Ghana’, it was expected that Sammy Gyamfi will come up against Kweku Baako, a pro NPP communicator and news editor.
It is rather amazing how the current major political parties in Ghana, National Democratic Congress and the New Patriotic Party, are consciously campaigning for the 2024 election although the first year of the second term of the sitting President has not yet been completed. Even the President himself made some daring predictions concerning the upcoming election.
It is the responsibility of the people to protect themselves against coronavirus - Yaw Buaben Asamoa The director of communication for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and MP for Adenta, Yaw Buaben Asamoa has advised the general public to protect themselves against Covid -19 most especially in voters card registration centers, where all stipulated health measures are needed to stay safe. The virus is spreading at an alarming rate, with the increase in daily reports of positive cases. He has then thought it wise
Some Ghanaians received the commentary about economic hardship by the Director of Communications for the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Yaw Buaben Asamoa with disdain. To many, and especially the opposition political party; the National Democratic Congress (NDC) his denial and blame game with worsening socio-economic condition in Ghana, is insulting.
Popular NPP stalwart who is also a previous Member of Parliament (MP) for Nabdam Boniface Gambila has opined that if John Mahama's running mate Prof Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang isn't prepared for the perils of legislative issues, she ought to stop. He made this known on a recent facebook post. Photo used for illustrative purpose: His remark comes after a gathering approached Director of Communications for the overseeing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Yaw Buaben Asamoa to apologize after he offered remarks considered
December 7 is just about 63 days away and political parties are currently campaigning in various regions. The communicators of the 2 biggest parties have been actively involved in supporting their flagbearers in either retaining power or for the NDC reclaiming what they lost in 2016. Today October 5, 2020 the New Patriotic Party organized its weekly Monday press conference. Today’s issues dealt with how the government has improved the cocoa industry. The theme for the day was, “The NPP’s Cocoa success
On the Super Morning show on Joy fm today, 9th July, Kojo Yankson interviewed Sammi Awuku and Okudzeto Ablakwa on the issues arising from Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyeman's selection as John Dramani Mahama's running mate. The main issues for discussion was on whether the New Patriotic Party (NPP) comments in criticising the running mate were indeed sexist as the National Democtatic Congress (NDC) seem to suggest. Particularly, the comments of Buaben Asamoa, the NPP Communications Director and the Majority
The NDC have finally filed a Supreme Court petition to contest the 2020 elections. This was long in coming as many called on the NDC to seek redress in court instead of demonstrating on the streets. The NDC finally put the issue to rest by filing the case in court. A showdown is expected next year as the legal brains of the 2 biggest political parties battle it out. Today, December 31, 2020, two lawyers clashed in the studios of Asempa FM as Sammy Gyamfi hit hard at Buaben Asamoa for some comments that the latter
It was a surprise to many when the National Democratic Congress settled on Prof. Naana Opoku Agyemang as running mate to former president John Mahama. Many felt the time wasn’t right for a woman while the opposition NPP jabbed the NDC for their choice of a running mate. Many NPP communications passed unsavory comments about Prof. Naana immediately after she was appointed. One of the characters involved was the Communications Director of the NPP, Yaw Buaben Asamoa who is quoted to have said that, “Mahama
The coming year will surely be fireworks as January promises lots of political tussle and flex of legal muscles. It will see the 2020 elections contested at Ghana’s apex court. The opposition NDC seek to overturn the results of the election that ‘elected’ president Akufo-Addo as president elect for a second term. Yesterday, Edudzi Tamakloe and Sammy Gyamfi successfully filed a petition on behalf of the NDC to contest the elections. Today, December 31, 2020, Buaben Asamoa, the NPP Communications Director
In about 51 days the country will go to the polls to elect 275 parliamentary candidates and a president. This year’s elections are expected to be hotly contested. Much more attention will also be on the Parliamentary elections which has always been a surprise package with many shocks especially in areas where constituents vote ‘skirt and blouse’ Today Saturday October 17, 2020 on TV3’s ‘Key Points’ Abena Tabi hosted veteran pollster Ben Epson to share his thoughts on the December elections. He used
The Member of Parliament for Adentan Constituency, Yaw Buaben Asamoa has failed to retain his seat. He lost to the NDC’s Adamu Ramadan. The defeat of the Communication’s Director for the NPP adds to a tall list of constituencies the NDC has alleged to have flipped from the NPP. Hon. Buaben Asamoa congratulate the MP Elect of the Adentan constituency Hon. Mohammed Adamu Ramadan, for his victory during the Parliamentary elections and assure him of my utmost support and cooperation. Among other things, the
Following the 2020 elections, the Member of Parliament MP for the New Patriotic Party NPP in the Awutu Senya East Constituency, Miss Hawa Kumson has reportedly lost her seat. She lost the seat to NDC parliamentary candidate, Phyllis Koryoo Okunor, the NDC representative in the parliamentary race. Reporting this breaking news, gossip gh tagged Miss Hawa Koomson as the NPP wonder woman. It has been such an unfaithful day for Madam Hawa Koomson following the alleged shooting at her convoy and yet another breaking
On the news today The Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Yaw Buaben Asamoa has appealed to the striking nurses and midwives to resume work, as it's affecting the general wellbeing of the society. The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) comprising all public sector nurses, midwives, Physician Assistants (PAs) and Anesthetists (CRAs) have yesterday, September 22 embraked on a nationwide strike. The GRNMA is requesting For better working conditions from the government,
Yaw Buaben Asamoa, Communication Director, New Patriotic Party (NPP), has asked Ghanaians to hold the NPP in capacity to change the instructive area as plot in the Education Strategic Plan. He said the arrangement, which traversed 2018 to 2030, looked to change the area and make instructing and learning more applicable to meet the human asset and improvement needs of the nation. Mr Buaben Asamoa, settled on the decision at a press instructions in Accra composed by the Party to feature a portion of the mediations
December 7 is fast approaching and the nation is preparing for the polls in 56 days. The 2 biggest political parties are expected to fight it out for the keys to the jubilee house as well as the majority in Parliament. One of the clash of interest of the 2 parties has been on education. Whereas the NPP hope to build on the free education, the NDC hope to abolish the double track system by building more infrastructure to support the students. This afternoon the New Patriotic Party held a press conference at the
The 2 biggest political parties keep on jabbing each other as the country gears up for its general elections. In 56 days the country will head to the polls to elect a president to run the affairs of the country for the next 4 years. This has created a hot political atmosphere in the country as December 7 approaches. Today Monday October 12, 2020 the New Patriotic Party organized its weekly press conference at the Alisa Hotel. Today’s press conference focused on the NPP’s achievement in the education sector.