Consider it to be a fair remark by the former Propaganda Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Lord Hamah, about Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia's chances contesting for the presidential ticket of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP). It is not clear what might have provoked this young politician to argue that Dr. Bawumia cannot win the contest.
A former Propaganda Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Lord Hamah has taken a swipe at the leadership of the party for being delusional that they will rise to power come 2024. According to him, the party’s political fortunes had been dwindling post-Rawlings’ era and had even worsened in recent times under the current crop of leadership.
A former Propaganda Secretary of the major opposition political party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Lord Hamah has taken a swipe at the party’s foot soldiers over their conduct on social media. In his ratings of how these party people conduct themselves on Facebook, Mr. Hamah said a majority of the uniformed and incoherent posts on the social media platform originates from the NDC’s foot soldiers.
The sudden death of Hon. Victoria Lakshmi Hamah and Lord Hamah father, Mr Alex Hamah has to be reported confirmed by the family of Hamah. According to the report, Mr Alex Hamah was reached at the hospital after suffering from a heart attack at the Tema General Hospital.
The National Democratic Congress gave a tough fight in the just ended 7th December elections although they lost to the incumbent government. The NDC through its flagbearer John Mahama has described the election results as 'fraudulent' and therefore rejects the results of the elections. The National Democratic Congress is preparing to challenge the results at the law court as the NPP did way back in 2012 but a member of the party thinks otherwise. Lord Hamah, a member of the National Democratic Congress has revealed
The controversial activist of the National Democratic Congress has once again thrown a shot towards them in their defeat in the just ended 7th December polls. Lord Hamah has described the NDC as a 'lazy' organization and that their defeat should be blamed on its polling agents. To the the man, the National Democratic Congress deserved nothing but the defeat they chopped in this year's election since majority of its polling agents were 'hollowminded' giving the NPP a chance to capitalize on their weakness. His
One would be curious to learn about how some party people in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) make of the move by the leadership to challenge the results of the 2020 polls at the Supreme Court. The party will today, as promised, file a petition at the court to challenge the results and seek redress. A former Propaganda Secretary of the NDC, Lord Hamah holds the opinion that the party is fighting a lost battle. He wrote on Facebook that the NDC would not be granted the result they desire from the court.
Lord Hamah is a controversial activist in Ghana's politics. He is well known as controversial person when it comes to politics. Mr Lord Hamah has dropped another controversial statement concerning the out come of the December 2020 election. According to Mr Lord Hamah, majority of the NDC agents couldn't write their names during the December 2020 election. Signing of the pink sheets were problem for them. He said" How can you signed something if you don't know how to read and write. Even writing of your own name