Today, the Former Deputy Attorney General, Joseph Kpemka and current SRC President of the Ghana School of Law, Wonder joined Dzifa Bampoh on The Key Points,TV3. They discussed about the mass failure in the law school. The SRC President, Wonder, explained his next step of action in seeking justice for his mates.
John Mahama’s Do or Die comments is currently trending. Indeed, it is the most viral phrase over the week. It is not that this phrase is new to Ghanaians but coming from a former leader and the seriousness of the 2024 elections, many say this will be a recipe for violence.
It was quite a spectacle on TV3's "The Key Points" show this morning when two Legislators, Honorable Joseph Kpemka from the Tempane constituency and Honorable Alhassan Suhuyini met in the studio to discuss some topical issues in the country including the "do-or-die" statement by former President Mahama and the "Agenda 111" by the current administration.
There Was No Indication That The Topic For Discussion Today Is "All Die Be Die" - NPP Man Tells Host
Former President John Dramani Mahama's "do or die" statement is still dominating Ghana's airwaves and major discussion forums. As usual, the NPP is playing the offensive, whereas the NDC is on the defensive as to whether John Dramani Mahama's statement was right or wrong.
Tempane is step by step turning out to be NPP fortification Joseph Kpemka. The Individual from Parliament for Tempane voting public cum Representative Lawyer General Legal counselor Joseph Kpemka has said that the administering New Enthusiastic Gathering (NPP) is bit by bit turning into a gathering all around refreshing by the individuals of Tempane Body electorate because of the exceptional solidarity they share among them and furthermore subsequently various strategies actualized by NPP government. He
Tempane Constituency in the Upper East Region has released, Provisional results for both Presidential and Parliamentary elections and show that the current New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) and also a Deputy Attorney General, Mr Joseph Dindiok Kpemka has lost his seat to a lady. Although Mr. Joseph Kpemka polled 16,462 votes in the elections he still lost against 20,939 votes gained by the National Democratic Congress parliamentary candidate of the area, Miss. Lydia Akanvariba Lamisi.
The Deputy Attorney General and member of parliament for Tempane, Hon. Joseph Kpemka has said the National Democratic Congress has nothing new to offer Ghanaians going into the 2020 general election. He said the National Democratic Congress nature of capitalising on any issue and throwing dust into the eyes of Ghanaians shows the desperate nature of the party. He said the New Patriotic Party government has done a great job for Ghanaians and will even do more when Ghanaians decide to give the president four more
Desperation for power have converted NDC in Tempani Constituency as a 'is a lie' syndrome even when they see development at their doorstep– Joseph Kpemka The Tempani Constituency Member of Parliament and Deputy Attorney General Joseph Kpemka said members of the Opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in his Constituency are desperate for power to the extent of not seeing or accepting to see any developmental project across the Constituency as a reality. Mr. Kpemka made the claim in his Constituency