Disclaimer; For purposes of protecting the privacy of individuals involved in this incident. All true names and images are withheld. Images and names used in this piece are for purposes of representation but true identity of the individuals. Anger, sorrow and disappointment is brewing in the heart of Abraham Abaapale who hails from the upper East region but works and lives at Daban in the Ashanti region.
Cityzen_Vigilante followed Onua TV's morning show, "Onua Maakye" today September 2, 2021, with host Captain Smart. As usual, the host encompassed a variety of topical issues making waves in the country. The outspoken Journalist who has never shied away from criticizing the leadership of this country was at his best again.
Head of Public relations at the Ghana National Fire Service, Elvis Robinson Okoe has reiterated that his outfit could have easily doused the raging fire at the Makola stores if they had helicopter. Speaking with Captain Smart on Onua TV as monitored by Cityzen_Vigilante, Mr Okoe said they had difficulties fighting the fire because there was only one entry point to the building and other buildings on site also contributed to the difficulties they had in moving to strategic positions to douse the fire.
Cityzen_Vigilante monitored TV3’s “Newday” this morning of July 23, 2021, with keen interest as private legal practitioner and a member of the NDC legal team, Abraham Amaliba was on the show to dissect the issues with host, Johnny Hughes. The interest was necessitated by the fact that, as a lawyer himself and a member of the opposition party, I was keen to know their position on the matter.
The argument on what enabled the success of the first batch of the free SHS in the WASSCE lingers on as various stakeholders keep expressing their opinions on the matter. Government spokespersons have touted among others that, the provision of past questions to final year students in the last WASSCE was the game changer.