Stop Blocking Sim Cards If You Want To Break The 8 – Veteran Journalist Boldly Tells NPP
The next election is a little over 2 years away. The ruling New Patriotic Party intends to break the 8-year rule of two terms by winning another election. This has never happened under the Fourth Republic because Ghanaians have changed governments immediately the political party completes the two terms of 8 years.
Ghana's Transition From Its Military Rule
Ghana's Fourth Republic is the current political system in Ghana, which was established after the country transitioned to multiparty democracy in 1992. Since then, Ghana has been considered a model of stability and democracy in Africa, with regular elections, peaceful transitions of power, and a growing economy.
Is NPP Afraid Of Been Exposed? The Fourth Republic Under Nana Addo Through The Lense Of Scrutiny
The NPP has been the party that even in opposition has had the confidence to go to court with landmark cases and actually come out of court with favorable decisions. Today, the opposition and a significant majority of the citizenry do not believe in the independence of the Judiciary and the ability of the Judiciary to be fair in their handling of disputes especially those disputes involving the ruling government.
Massive Reactions As 2016 Poster Message About John Mahama Pops Up On Social Media
Ghanaians went to the polls in 2016 to elect a leader. This was after the ruling NDC had then served their two terms of 8 years. The two terms were served under the two leaders of the late John Atta Mills and later John Dramani Mahama. The 2016 elections were significant because it was the third time that candidate Akufo-Addo was contesting.
It Is Too Worrying: Why All This Gear For Unarmed Picketers?
A couple of citizens went picketing at the Efua Sutherland Park to protest against the muck that's annually exposed by the Auditor-General's Report respectively, which sees no attempt to change the status quo. They are incensed by the continuing disinterest of the Auditor-General in using his surcharging powers to ensure that every year Ghanaians don't lose billions of dollars through institutionalized larceny.
May this New Year clear the way and lead us nearer to building the "Ghana We Want"—Former President
According to former president John "may this new year open the pathway and bring us to the cusp of constructing the 'Ghana We Want'—a Ghana of opportunity for everyone and one in which our individual and collective dreams are accomplished. In his message for the new year, he urged Ghanaians to never lose hope.
Booing Akufo-Addo is a sign of disapproval - Sammy Gyamfi
The booing of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at the Global Citizens Festival has been characterized by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) as a vote of no confidence. The party's national communications director, Sammy Gyamfi, claims that the booing is an obvious indication that the youth no longer have faith in the current leadership.
Meet Ken Ofori-Atta's father, the man who initiated the motion for the 1979 budget to be rejected
For the first time in the history of the Fourth Republic, a budget presented by the government has been rejected by Parliament. However, this is not the first time in the history of Ghana that this has happened. The first time a budget was rejected in the history of the country was in 1979, during which Dr. Hilla Limann was the President of the country.
Top big story that shook the nation Ghana in the year 2021
The year 2021 is just some few hours to come to an end; and just like previous years, this year has been met with numerous incidents and events that kept the whole nation talking. In this episode, we bring you the top big story that shook the entire nation and the world as a whole in the year 2021.
Atta Mills was the only honest President in the Fourth Republic – Martin Kpebu
According to private attorney Martin Kpebu, the late Professor John Evans Atta Mills was the only sincere leader of Ghana during the Fourth Republican era. He claimed that everyone else was dishonest aside from him. On Saturday, October 23, Mr. Kpebu made this statement on Key Points on TV3, joining the chorus of people calling for a kind dictator to lead Ghana as president.
Misbehaving MPs must face the law - OccupyGhana
The pressure group, OccupyGhana, is urging criminal prosecution of members of parliament caught on camera throwing punches in the chamber of the house. It says any erring lawmaker, involved in the free-for-all fistfight must be made to answer for their lawlessness. OccupyGhana in a statement, described the lawmakers as “a bunch of cheap, uncouth, violent and childish playground-bullies”.
There are rumors it wasn't Adwoa Safo who showed up in Parliament, we will investigate; NDC hints
The composition of the eight Parliament of the Fourth Republic has made its activities entirely different from the previous Parliament. Analysts and experts have described the recent events in Parliament, especially concerning the 2022 budget as healthy for our democracy. They contend that this is the first time Parliament seems not to be playing a second fiddle to the executive.
Sad News Hits John Mahama As He Loses His Brother
John Mahama today joined a host of other dignitaries to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 31st December Revolution. In a post of Facebook, he talked about the period being an opportunity for him and others to reminisce the core values of the Revolution which was experienced under the late Jerry John Rawlings, the first president of the Fourth Republic.
Comment about Ghana by Former Prime Minister of Canada will marvel you.
Stephen Harper, former Prime Minister of Canada and President of the International Democratic Union (IDU), has ranked Ghana as the most democratic and free society in Africa. He asserted that since the establishment of the Fourth Republic, Ghana has moved towards a new and better model for Africa, remaining true to its motto "Freedom and Justice".
One-year anniversary of JJ; Rawlings is not the founder of the Fourth Republic-Akomea declares
The whole country was plunged into a state of mourning when the sad news of the passing away of former President John Jerry Rawlings was announced on November 12, 2020. The political history of the country cannot be complete without the name of the charismatic John Jerry Rawlings.
Finance Minister, Ofori-Atta 'begs' Minority over the passage of E-levy in Parliament.
Finance Minister Kenneth Nana Yaw Ofori-Atta has appealed to Parliament, and the Minority specifically, to "put the country first and work in the organization to teach Ghanaians a lesson". There has been a lot of bad blood between the Minority and the Finance Minister, whose budget in November was at first dismissed, the first time in the Fourth Republic.
Was It Necessary For John Mahama To Give Attention To Gabby Otchere Darko?
The former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama in a post on his official Facebook page on Wednesday 22 December revealed that he received Gabby Otchere Darko on Tuesday 21st December 2021. Although the former President said the meeting was not about the ongoing E-Levy brouhaha, it was about both parties in parliament creating a condusive environment to work together.
We'll Fight Any Killer Tax Like E-Levy: Haruna Iddrisu Tells Gov't
The Minority Leader in Ghana's eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic and Member of Parliament for Tamale South, Honorable Haruna Iddrisu has said that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) which constitutes the minority Caucus in Parliament would not relent in their bid to kick against all forms of taxes purported to be levied on poor Ghanaians.
10 Years After The Death Of Atta Mills; See What A Woman Kept In Her Wardrobe To Remember Him.
It was ten years ago when the sitting president in the Fourth Republic of Ghana His Excellency John Evans Atta Mills passed away. As a result of his good works to the Nation, his ten years was observed at Asomdwe Park in Accra where he was buried. A lot dignitaries including the sitting President His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo, Former President John Dramani Mahama and His Excellency Dr Mahamudu Bawumia graced the occasion.
Unemployment Under Akufo-Addo Highest Ever In The Fourth Republic - Mahama
Previous President John Dramani Mahama has punched President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo over Ghana's joblessness rate. As per him, contrasting all the previous presidents in the Fourth Republic, the current rate is the most noteworthy ever the nation is encountering. John Dramani Mahama, while talking at the send off of the TEIN APP at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) in Accra on Monday, March 21, 2022, noted, "Ghana is presently encountering the most significant level of joblessness kept in the Fourth Republic, at an expected 14 percent," he, in any case, neglected to give the wellspring of his information.