The ‘Fix The Country’ trend is still soaring with many Ghanaians jumping on the bandwagon to demand for accountability and improvement from the country’s leaders.The trend has topped Twitter Ghana for the past 48 hours and many feel this is a clarion call on President Akufo-Addo to act.
The Executive Director of the Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagba has disclosed that perhaps his name didn't appear on the deputy ministerial list released by President Akufo Addo because he has dual citizenship.Richard Ahiagba made this disclosure on the Metro TV's 'Good Morning Ghana' when Randy Abbey (host) asked him why his name wasn't on the ministerial list.
The Executive Secretary of the policy think tank, Danquah Institute (DI) has prevailed on Ghanaians to view and consider ‘Dumsor’ that plague the country some years ago as a self-inflicted exercise in the country.He noted that a government in the time past sat down for things in the energy sector of the economy to get to the levels of power crisis known in Ghanaian parlance as’ Dumsor.’ I have always believed that Dumsor is a self-inflicted exercise visited on innocent Ghanaians by a government, DI boss said.
I miss the National Democratic Congress Party NDC in power.Those times when every year petrol prices went up by 25%.When electricity and water prices also did their best to compete on top of school fees.They knew how to fix prices, Keep the faith,Things are tough here, there, everywhere, but will get better?.
The debate over the budget read last week by the caretaker Finance Minister rages on.The budget was received with mixed reactions with many calling into account the new taxes the government seeks to impose on Ghanaians.
Lawyer Gabby Otchere-Darko is a cousin to the President H. E Nana Addo and the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta.
The Managing Director of Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagba has bemoaned the recent murder at Kasoa.According to him, he couldn't believe that this could happen in Ghana.
The Executive Director of Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagba has told Speaker of parliament, Hon RT Alban Sumana Bagbin that Ghanaians don't need new Infrastructure (complex) proposed in Parliament by him and they don't need to see parliament voting through electronic means as he has proposed. Mr. Richard Ahiagba speaking on Metro
One of the controversial issues that has emerged after the 2020 elections of last week has been the performance of the Electoral Commission. The Electoral Commission is an independent body meant to mediate and steer elections in the country. The opposition NDC have accused the EC of being biased and producing a flawed result of the elections. Indeed, the EC itself has not helped matters as it has changed election figures on its website many times. This caused many to doubt its credibility to ensure credible
One of the issues for discussion today, Tuesday, March 2, 2021 on Metro TV’s ‘Good Morning Ghana’ was the back and forth going on between Judiciary and Ghana Journalist Association over the former’s letter cautioning the press against hateful reportage against that arm of government. On the show today was
I'm Not Sure Where Our Salvation Will Come From If We Continue To Ignore This Problem - Richard Ahiagba
The Director of Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagba has revealed that he is not sure where Ghana's salvation will come from if we continue to ignore the human factor which has caused the mess in Accra.Richard Ahiagba made this disclosure on 'GOOD MORNING GHANA' on Metro TV when he was reacting to the call by some people to relocate Ghana's capital from Accra.
Executive Director of the Danquah Institute and New Patriotic Party Strongman, has stated that people in the country are only good at criticizing the government without providing any solutions.Before you get up and start questioning everything the government does, ask yourself what positive things you can do for the betterment of mother Ghana.
Ghanaian lawyer and founder of Danquah Institute, Gabby Otchere-Darko has waded into the legalization of the Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex debate that has taken centre stage in the country.
Richard Ahiagbah executive director of the Danquah Institute has come in defense of the electoral commission that the commission has done a good job hence the criticisms and bashing of the chairperson are uncalled for and not fair. The Thinktank officer is of the view that the electoral commission led by Jean Mensa has not entirely goofed like politically motivated individuals have been peddling. According to him, the commission in their actions has given reason for them. These include the constant changing
Gabby Okyere Darko is a Chelsea born Ghanaian to DrJoseph Otchere-Darko and the late Sophia Ofori-Atta. He is said to have practiced journalism for over some couple number of years and was an active voice against the National Democratic Congress (NDC) regime. He is also the founder of the think thank public policy known as the Danquah Institute and also the majority shareholder and editor in chief of The Statesman newspaper. In the early hours of today, Gabby addressed the floating voters through his twitter
Richard Ahiagbah, the executive director of the Danquah Institute Think Tank has indicated that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is very serious with it's actions against the results of the 2020 polls. The NDC after the election decoration has outrightly said they would reject the results. They made points that the commission had coalited wrong figures and declared the wrong results which projected the incumbent president Nana Addo as the winner of the 2020 presidential elections. These results
British born Lawyer Gabby Otchere Darko has come into the spotlight once again with a tweet he made earlier.Gabby Otchere Darko practiced journalism for a number of years and was an active voice against the National Democratic Congress (NDC) regime.
The Member of Parliament elect for Tamale Central Mr. Murtala Mohammed has descended on the director of Danquah Institute Mr. Richard Ahiagbah for asking the NDC to go to court over the presidential election brohaha. Both the lawmaker and the Civil Servant were argueing on the NDC's decision not to accept the presidential election results declared by the Electoral Commission. According to Richard Ahiagbah who is the director of the Danquah Institute the NDC attacking the Electoral Commission everyday will not
Ghana’s elections are now over. Results have been declared and the dust has been settled over who governs Ghana for the next 4 years. The opposition NDC though have doubts as to whether the elections were credible. They have made so many arguments but yet to take any concrete steps to further their claims of a flawed election. One of the feats of the NPP in the election was their dream come true of winning a seat in the Volta Region. The Volta Region is regarded as a safe haven for the NDC with all the Parliamentary
A policy think tank, Danquah Institute (DI) has pleaded with the security agencies to arrest everyone found not have worn face mask in all the Central Business Districts (CBDs) across the country in the wake of the outbreak of deadly Coronavirus. Mr Richard Ahiagbah, the Executive Director of D I issued these directives speaking on the 'Good Morning Ghana' GMG), a television discussion show on Accra-based Metro TV. He said the security agencies must crack the whip on everyone who flouts the laws on the containment