A Sad Story Coming From The 76 Year Old Man With Walking Stick In Yesterday's Demo While Live On TV.
What was expected to be a demonstration for the suffering youth of the country was taken over by women and old men as well. To the surprise of many a 76 year old man who was expected to relax in his room and enjoy the event on his television set did the unimaginable as he joined the demonstration with a walking stick from start to finish.
Host of Onua Maakye morning show Nana Captain Smart has finally met and interviewed an eye witness of Ghana's economic hardship. Mr Kofi Koranteng boldly Suggested Resignation and total overhaul of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and his entire Cabinet. Speaking to Captain Smart, he is an eye witness of how the economy has Turned into tatters.
No matter your status in life, it is always important that you open yourself up or ask people to advise. In our cultural setting, people who listen to advise are seen to be humble and respectful, but people who pay deaf ears to advise are regarded as disrespectful.
The kind of heat and pressure poured on our political leaders by these freedom fighters activists is becoming unbearable for them and unfortunately for the current NPP government they are the main victim at the receiving end. And from the look of things there seems to be more fireworks in the coming months.
Kofi Koranteng has questioned the security apparatus of the country and the how equipped the various services are. This wonder arose from a live interview with a concerned fire service personnel to speak to some issues bothering the service and the challenges the service is going through. On Onua TV morning show called "Onua Maakye", this morning Tuesday 15th June 2021, the personnel who identified himself as the president of the concerned fire service workers took the panelist through the challenges in the fire service.
Detailed Report: Electoral Commission's Justifications For Rejecting The Five Presidential Candidate
The Electoral Commission has approved twelve (12) candidates out of the seventeen (17) that filed their nomination to contest the 2020 presidential elections. The five disappointed candidates had in common a charge of forgery of signatures, a case that has been forwarded to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for I estivation and possible prosecution.￼ The five disqualified candidates are; Akwasi Addae Odike (United Progressive Party), Kwasi Busumbru (People’s Action Party), Nana Agyenim Boateng
An activist and a politician who ran for president as an independent candidate in the 2020 general election, Kofi Koranteng have stated emphatically that, in Ghana we do not have a leader and we have not had one in a very long time.
A Ghanaian entrepreneur and disqualified independent presidential candidate, Kofi Koranteng, has expressed disappointment over the bid of some Ghanaians especially, supporters and sympathizers of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), over their counter yelling to see the flag bearer, president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo re-elected for the second time. Mr. Koranteng has indicated that, the Akufo-Addo government has massively failed Ghanaians, having been in power since 7th January, 2017. Yet, some Ghanaians
The Presidential Aspirants who have been disqualified over forging signatures for endorsement of their nomination forms could face a maximum of ten(10) years or three(3) years imprisonment if found guilty, according to a Legal Practioner, Samson Lardy Anyenini. His comments came after the Electoral Commission of Ghana disqualified five presidential aspirants for the upcoming December 7 polls, mostly on the account of forging signatures of those who endorsed their nomination forms. The five who have been disqualified
1. Alfred Walker 2. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo 3. Christian Kwabena Andrews 4. Bridgette Dzobegnuku 5. John Dramani Mahama 6. Akua Donkor 7. Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings 8. Hassan Ayariga 9. Ivor Greenstreet 10. Henry Herbert Lartey 11. Kofi Akpaloo 12. David Apesera Five aspirants were disqualified; 1. Kofi Koranteng 2. Marricke Kofi Gane 3. Akwasi Odike 4. Kwesi Busumburu 5. Agyenim Boateng The Electoral Commission chairperson also concluded by saying, some of them were disqualified based on the reasons best
The information has gone far enough to get every Ghanaian notified that, twelve (12) presidential candidates have finally been proven worth to participate in the coming 2020 December 7, general elections. This explains that, five (5) out of the seventeen (17) nominees who applied by submitting their nomination forms with desire to contest in the polls on December 7, have been disqualified. These five (5) who have been disqualified are in the sections of two (2) being independent presidential nominees, in the
Please don't forget to like my page, comment and share the article. On Dec 7th 2020, which is about less than two months from now, Ghana is going on polls to elect a president and members of Parliament. We will all recall that the EC opened it doors for any aspirant who want to file for nomination to be voted for as president to come and pick forms to file for nomination. Every aspirant was to pay a not-refundable fee of Ghc 100,000. By the close of the nomination, there were 17 presidential aspirants who had
The electoral commission of Ghana has inevitably disqualified 5 presidential aspirants from contesting in the December 7th election. This was made clear by the chairperson of the commission Jean Mensa in a press conference following the submission of their respective nomination forms. The aspirants disqualified include Marricke Kofi Gane, Akwasi Odike of the United Progressive Party (UPP), the United Front Party’s (UFP) Agyenim Boateng independent candidates Kofi Koranteng, Kwasi Busumburu of the People’s
Mr. Kofi Koranteng, one of the five disqualified presidential candidates, has said that the country is ruled by criminal organizations. He identified these organizations as the New Patriotic Party and National Democratic Congress who have ruled the country for the past twenty five years. The disqualified candidate made the statement on Angel TV when he was hosted by Captain Smart, host of the 'Angel in the Morning' program. The politician criticized the manner in which our leaders have managed statement institutions
FIVE Presidential candidates have been disqualified by the EC. The list includes two independent candidates Kofi Koranteng and Marricke Kofi Gane. Here are the candidates for the coming December 7,2020 Presidential Election as announced by the Electroal Commission of ghana EC Chairperson. According to Jean Mensa Twelve presidential candidates have been qualified for the December 7,2020 General elections and these are; 1. Alfred Walker 2. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo 3. Christian Kwabena Andrews 4. Bridgette
The C.E.O. of the Electoral Commission Jean Mensa has announced that altogether presidential aspirants who insincere signatures and submitted fake ID in the filing see to will be investigated by the CID of the Ghana regulate Service. According to the EC, nearly everyone of the aspirants in their choice forms copied signatures of roughly people who allegedly formal them. The five banned aspirants were objective candidates, Kofi Koranteng and Marricke Kofi Gane; UPP’s Akwasi Addae Odike, PAP’s Kwasi Busumbru
Politics (from Greek: Πολιτικά, politiká, 'affairs of the cities') is the set of activities that are associated with making decisions in groups, or other forms of power relations between individuals, such as the distribution of resources or status. The academic study of politics is referred to as political science. Meet all the political aspirants who were disqualified this year. Before you start, kindly click on the +follow button for more updates. Kofi Koranteng was a high energy person who chases
Kofi Koranteng, a disqualified independent presidential aspirant, has stated that there is no presidential candidate on the ballot who comes close to being able to settle Ghana's problems except him. Mr. Kofi Koranteng was one of the five(5) out of the seventeen(17) presidential aspirants who submitted their nomination forms with the hope of contesting in December 7, 2020 polls but was disqualified by the Electoral Commission. He went to court to question the Electoral Commission's decision to disqualify him.
LIKE, COMMENT, AND SHARE THIS POST FOLLOW ME FOR MORE NEWS The Independent Presidential Candidate who was rejected by the Electoral Commission in October, Kofi Koranteng has come out to throw a challenge at the two major political parties in Ghana; The New Patriotic Party (NPP) and The National Democratic Congress (NDC). Kofi Koranteng filed to run for President as an Independent Candidate. In October, the Electoral Commission removed him and other candidates from the list of Candidates running for Presidency.
The Electoral commission of Ghana has given updates on presidential candidates who have filled for December elections. According to the EC office some candidates have been disqualified. When the news broke out many Ghanaians including myself thought Madam Akua Donkor of GFP was among the disqualified candidates as well as Mr. Christian Kwabena Andrews of GUM. Many Ghanaians including myself were disappointed because the two sailed through. The EC's pronouncement means that Madam Akua Donkor and Mr. Christian