A former Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Joseph Nunoo Mensah, has lamented that Ghana as s nation is in big trouble and needs fixing.According to him, someone like him in his 80s gets sad about the Ghana that he will leave behind. Gen. Nunoo Mensah made this statement as a panelist via zoom on 'THE BIG ISSUE' on CITI television yesterday, 22nd May 2021, when he gave his opinion on reforming Ghana's security outfits.
The sad demise of the late Former President of the Republic of Ghana and the first President of the 4th Republic has brought lots of sadness to Ghanaians as his death came as a surprise to many. The former President, Jerry John Rawlings died at the age of 73 after been admitted at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital for a week. His death was announced on the 12th of November, 2020 which sent the country into great grief and sorrow. The late Former President, Jerry John Rawlings was a great leader and a father to
Controversial lawyer, Maurice Ampaw has condemned former Chief if Defense Staff, Joseph Nunoo-Mensah and other security experts over what he claimed is an exaggerated conclusion by these persons that the country is in a date of insecurity. According to Mr. Ampaw the country despite some unfortunate occurrences, ochestrated by the separatist group Western Tongoland Restoration Front in the Volta Region, and the murder of the Mfantsiman Member of Parliament, Ekow Hayford, is peaceful. He argued that the government
Former Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces and former National Security Advisor in the NDC government Brigadier Joseph Nunoo Mensah (Rtd) has boldly aired his views on the NDC's chances of winning the 2020 general elections. According to Brigadier Joseph Nunoo Mensah, Ghana needs someone who can be trusted with our national resources, so that he will not be taking kickbacks as president. When asked further about this, he cited the issues surrounding the Airbus Bribery Scandal that hangs on the
A former Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces and leading member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo Mensah has blasted the NDC party for being "troublesome" in the issues surrounding the voters register. According to the former National Security Advisor to the late president Prof. John Evans Atta Mills, the position of his NDC party and their flagbearer John Dramani Mahama is not the best. He said the party should allow the Electoral Commission
Brigadier General (Retired) Joseph Nunoo-Mensah, a former Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces has joined the Ghana Union Movement (GUM) claiming his former party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) lacks integrity and honesty. According to him, the leading political parties in the country mainly the New Patriotic Party(NPP) and the NDC have misplaced it and he believes the Ghana Union Movement(GUM) is the only political entity that nonetheless has the fundamentals. The former member of the National
Brigadier Joseph Nunoo-Mensah, a Former Chief of Defence Staff has descended on the Government over the deployment of Military personnel at the border towns stating that the government is behaving as if we don't have brains in our heads. According to Brigadier Joseph Nunoo-Mensah, the was no need for the Military personnel deployment to the borders especially condemning the reason given by the government for the deployment of the security agencies in an interview on Point Blank segment on Eyewitness News.
Former Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces, Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (Rtd) who recently announced that he has officially parted ways with the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and joined Christian Kwabena Andrews’ (Osofo Kyiri Abosom ) Ghana Union Movement (GUM) has thrown a big blow at the hierarchy of the Ghana Armed Forces, following the invasion of the Troop at Dome Faase. Speaking to Akua Nyarkoaa Abronoma of Dinpa FM in Sunyani, the former Chief of Defence
Hot News: NDC Members In Trouble As The Party's Mentor Insult Them On Their Plans On Voters Register
Hot News: NDC Members In Trouble As The Party's Mentor Insult Them On Their Plans On Voters Register By Emmanuel Akindunbi A previous Chief of Defense Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces and driving individual from the restriction National Democratic Congress (NDC), Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo Mensah hosts impacted the NDC get-together for being "problematic" in the issues encompassing the voters register. As indicated by the previous National Security Advisor to the late president Prof. John Evans Atta Mi
Brigadier Joseph Nunoo Mensah is a former Chief of defense staff of the Ghana Armed Forces and former National security Advisor in the NDC government for the late Prof. John Evans Atta Mills. Has audaciously spoken of the 2020 general elections on the view of NDC's chances of winning. General Joseph Nunoo Mensah said if he is to be in the shoes of John Dramani Mahama, he would not contest again as president and he had a reason for saying that; Without to General Nunoo Mensah, our nation resources should be
It's becoming increasingly tensed as difderent views are being birthed concerning the death of the former president JJ Rawlings. As the NDC thinks it is a sign to ganner sympathy votes, the NPP is also claiming the late former president had parted ways with the NDC before his demise. It has taken a different shape as the former defense staff Brigadier-General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah has thrown shots at the wife of the former president who doubles as the founder and leader of the National Democratic Party (NDP) Mrs.
Brigadier-General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (Rtd) has given an advice that she should step out of the contest for the presidential position in the upcoming general elections. General Nunoo said on Joy news channel that, if he had been in the shoes of the lady, he would have stepped out of the elections. "If were her, I would not continue with the elections. If she could ask me, I would tell her, it is ok, bring it to an end as a sign of respect to your husband". He said. He said this when he was speaking on Joy news.
The demise of the former president Jerry John Rawlings, which triggered in the jurisdiction as a huge shock does continue to generate a lot of reactions and comments, touching deeply into our political life, in an extent that Ghanaian start to wonder whether it is still necessary for the wife of the deceased to contest for the presidency in the coming election. "If i were her Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, i would not stand " again could the renowned former Chief Defense Staff, Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo
Former Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces, Brigadier-General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (Rtd) has brought about some controvercial statement which has spur up some reactions from the populace om social media. The Brigadier General has advised that, the wife of the late former President, Nana Kunadu Agyeman-Rawlings should step down from the 2020 general election as a sign of respect to late husband Jerry John Rawlings. General Noonoo Mensah made this remark during an interview with Joynews on Friday.
The former Security Advisor to the Late Prof. Evans Attah Mills of the National Democratic Congress NDC, Brigadier Joseph Nunoo Mensah said not every Mensah is good. The Brigadier Joseph Nunoo Mensah alert Adom fm about his interest to comment on the Exim Bank and Shata Wale 2 million cedis saga. He said he cannot understand why the bank will pay 2 million cedis to one artiste in the name of brand awareness. He was quick to say not every Mensah is correct, when the interviewer told him Shata Wale bears the name
The passing away of Jerry John Rawlings is painful for many Ghanaians and I side with Honorable Zanetor Agyemang-Rawlings about her father being the father for many Ghanaians. Therefore, his death is a painful one for many Ghanaians. It must hurt much worse to be a son or daughter of this great charismatic leader. How do we therefore respect our husband, father, son, friend or even enemies when they passed away? Brigaider-General Joseph Nunoo Mensah seems to know how. He suggested to the bereaved widow to give
Brigadier General (Retired) Joseph Nunoo-Mensah, former Chief of Defense Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces, joined the Ghana Union Movement (GUM) claiming his former National Democratic Congress (NDC) party's last integrity and honesty. According to him, the country's leading political parties, especially the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the NDC, have lost it, and he believes that the Ghana Union Movement (GUM) is the only political entity that still has the fundamentals. This was announced by the former member
Step down from 2020 election race as a sign of respect to Rawlings – Nunoo-Mensah tells Agyemang Konadu. Joseph Nunoo-Mensah ,who was the former chief of Defense staff of the Ghana Armed forces has issue a statement to the wife of the late Jerry John Rawlings to withheld to stand as a flag bearer of her party to show the last respect for his husband, Jerry John Rawlings who died on Thursday 12th November 2020 at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, when he was receiving treatment. The Former Chief of Defense Staff
NDC has lost trustworthiness and genuineness – Nunoo-Mensah on why he's joining GUM Brigadier General (Resigned) Joseph Nunoo-Mensah, a previous Head of Guard Staff of the Ghana Military has joined the Ghana Association Movement(GUM) asserting his previous gathering the Public Majority rule Congress (NDC) last respectability and genuineness. As indicated by him, the main ideological groups in the nation particularly the New Energetic Party(NPP) and the NDC have lost it and he accepts the Ghana Association