Moira Dawson-Williams, Kennedy Agyapong’s baby mama has readied her bottle of schnapps, charcoal, salt, pepper and an egg, to place a curse on a leading member of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Central Region, Mr Ganyo. Moira inscribed Mr Ganyo’s name on the egg to indicate that he is being targeted by the curse she is about to strike.
Ernest Arthur is currently under pressure as the Assembly Men in Cape Coast have rejected him on Two Consecutive times without any sign of pity or mercy. Some of the Assembly men in the area of Cape Coast are of the view that, Ernest Arthur is not doing anything better for the people of Cape Coast hence, they will not approve him aa their new District Chief Executive.
We Don't Want Any Disgrace- 26 Out Of 31 Assembly Members Return Gift Given To Them By MCE Appointee
At the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly, 26 concerned assembly members have returned an amount of money given to them by the Municipal Executive Appointee, Hon Ernest Arthur. According to the leader of the group and assembly member of Kakumdo Wesley Girls Electoral, Hon Osman Abbam Egyin, it was rumoured that Hon Arthur had given each of the assembly members GH₵10,000 and they were being insulted for taking the money so as to vote for him.
Cape Coast, the capital of the Central Region, is enveloped in tension over the confirmation of the man nominated by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to serve as the Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE). Ernest Arthur, the nominee, has twice failed to cross the mandatory two-thirds majority threshold and some powerful political leaders in the metropolis are reported to have resorted to arm-twisting tactics to get the assembly members to vote yes for nominee.
Yaa Titi has taken a swipe at the central regional minister for her decision to beg the assembly members to accept the proposed mayor of the Cape Coast, after he was rejected through voting. Justina Marigold Assan went as far as down to her knees to plead with all the assembly members to rescind their rejection decision of the president's proposed Chief Executive Officer for the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly, Mr Ernest Arthur.
The people of cape Coast finally react to the DCE approval in their District or municipality. Cape Coast North and South have reject Mr Ernest Arthur on Several occasions. This is to show that the people of Cape Coast North have lost interest in their former DCE Ernest Arthur and they are seeking to see the face of a new person as the nominated candidate and not Mr Ernest Arthur.
Assemblymen Who Took Money To Approve CCMA MCE Should Be Punished; Taking Bribe Is Punishable By Law
This act from these Assemblymen in the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly should be invited by the police service and be dealt with the law of the country. No one can dispute the fact that what they have done goes against the law of the land, even though they have returned the money paid to them.
The First Lady, H.E Rebecaa Akufo-Addo is under intense pressure to ensure the completion of a modern market being constructed at Cape Coast Metropolis, in the Central Region. The First Lady commissioned the construction of the new Anaafo Market last year with a promise that the contractor; FineJob Company Limited will execute within a twelve calendar month ending June 2021.
Kevin-Ekow Taylor who is the CEO of Loudsilence Media and the Host of With All Due Respect has angrily revealed that the Akuffo-Addo lead administration has destroyed the democracy of Ghana. He made this statement on his Facebook page after the winning of the Cape Coast MCE's election.
Mr. Ernest Arthur, nominated by the President to serve in the position of the Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE) for Cape Coast, has finally been confirmed by the assembly members by a narrow margin of votes. He had twice failed to cross the mandatory two-thirds majority votes.
The Cape Coast North Member of Parliament, Dr. Kwamena Minta Nyarku has supported the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly to complete the Abura Police Station which started in 2013. The construction of the Police Station, it will be recalled commenced in 2013 by the then National Democratic Congress Member of Parliament, Hon.
Sunday, 17th October 2021 It was chaotic at the Cape Coast centre for culture on Sunday morning when the assembly members for Cape Coast met to decide on the fate of the president's nominee, Ernest Arthur as the Cape Coast Metropolitan Chief Executive for the third time.
The presidential appointee to be the MCE for Cape Coast metro, Hon Ernest Arthur was confirmed today after a controversial voting process. This resulted in a fight between assembly members of the area and the police. Hon Arthur after his first nomination was declined by the assembly members after voting.
There is more fire on the mountain for the president's nominee to the position of the Chief Executive Officer of the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly. Since Ernest Arthur was nominated, the assembly members who votes will either approve or disprove his candidature have rejected him twice, causing the central regional minister to go down on her knees to plead with the member to approve him.
The NPP in Cape Coast south constituency as part of plans towards this year's elections have successfully outdoored electoral area based campaign team for the 30 electoral areas in Cape Coast south. The exercise which was dubbed "We Are Taking Over" commenced on Monday 7th September, 2020 with the inauguration of Ntsin electoral area campaign team. The Taking Over train steadily moved through the constituency from one electoral area to the other for the inauguration of all the electoral areas. It was rounded
The race for the parliamentary seat of Cape Coast South has finally been brought to an end with the incumbent candidate Hon Kweku Ricketts Hagan, retaining the seat for the National Democratic Congress in the Central Region. This winning ,makes a three consecutive times the Honourable Kweku Ricketts Hagan has won the Cape Coast South parliamentary seat. Hon.Kweku Ricketts-Hagan polled 21,118 to beat the New Patriotic Party’s Ernest Arthur, who polled 19,714, an impressive number for Hon. Ernest Arthur being
The biggest question that most of the people in Cape Coast South Constituency are asking is, will the defeated NPP Parliamentary Candidate Hon.Ernest Arthur contest again following the history in the Party since 2008.Lawyer Ato Amponsa-Dadzi in 2008 won the primaries with 69 votes where he beat Mrs. Nancy Thompson former headmistress of Wesley Girls High School and Mr. Philip Dadzie Simpson the a lecturer at the University of Cape Coast but lost the final election to Lawyer Ebo Barton Oduro of NDC and he didn't contest again after his first attempt.
As part of preparations towards election 2020, the Cape Coast south NPP led by their parliamentary candidate, Hon Ernest Arthur on 17th September, 2020 inaugurated the campaign teams for Ekon Anaafo and Ekon Etsifi. Hon. Ernest Arthur enumerated some of the projects he has embarked upon as MCE at Ekon which includes a 10 seater toilet facility, residence for the Ekon CHPS compound midwife, classroom blocks for Ekon M/A JHS, water projects, PPEs to all churches at Ekon, distributed 5000 bottles of hand sanitizers,
New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for Cape Coast south, Hon. Ernest Arthur AKA Mayor 1 on Thursday, 8th October, 2020 officially filed his nomination forms at the Metropolitan office of the electoral commission to contest the 2020 parliamentary elections. Accompanied by leadership of the party in the constituency and party sympathizers, Hon. Ernest Arthur submitted his nomination forms to the Metropolitan Director of Elections, Mr Richard Asenso. Speaking to his supporters after submitting the
11th September, 2020 For Immediate Release Hon. Ernest Arthur who is the parliamentary candidate of NPP in Cape Coast south paid a courtesy call on the Central Regional Chief Imam, Alhaji Mohammed Yusif Kamagateh at his residence at Kotokuraba zango a suburb of Cape Coast. The purpose of his visit was to official inform the Regional Chief Imam about the commencement of his campaign activities in an attempt to wrestle the Cape Coast south seat from the hands of the NDC. Mayor 1 also ceased the opportunity to