The Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guild newspaper, Mr Kweku Baako Jr has contended that Dr Dominic Ayini's reponse to the General Legal Council on the Chief Justice's petition is a demonstration of the courage of conviction he expected from him [Dominic Ayini]. Speaking on Peace FM today, he said "I can smell courage of conviction in there.
The Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guild newspaper, Mr Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jr has questioned the perceived inconsistency of Dr Dominic Ayini, with respect to his recent alleged disparaging comments about the judiciary. Speaking on Joy FM/TV today, Mr Baako argued that given the pedigree of Dr Dominic Ayini, it is important for him to demonstrate consistency and conviction in expressing his opinion about the 2020 election petition.
The Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guild newspaper, Mr Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has said that there is lack of clarity and transparency in the Sputnik V vaccines procurement deal, making it suspicious. "There is lack of clarity and lack of clarity means there isn't much transparency.
The Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guild newspaper, Mr Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jr has revealed that the government of Ghana is facing a 50 million dollars judgement debt over excavators and other mining equipments that were seized during the fight against galamsey. According to Mr Baako, a mining company whose mining equipments were missing after they were seized by the government operatives in charge of the fight against illegal mining went to court and was awarded a whopping 50 million US dollars against the government of Ghana.
The Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guild Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has described the outcome of the Spunik V vaccines deal investigation as a disater. The bipartisan Parliamentary Committee found that the Health Minister, Mr Agyemang Manu breached almost all financial regulatory mechanisms in the execution of the agreement which has caught both international and national attention.
The Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guild newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has indicated his disbelieve in the assertion that some of the victims of Ejura shootings could have possibly been hit by bullets from fellow protesters. The General Officer Commanding of the Central Command of the Ghana Armed Forces, Brigadier General Joseph Aphur told the three member committee, investigating the incident that the soldiers were compelled to pull the trigger during the clash because the protesters fired at the security officers.