Veteran journalist and the Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Mr. Kwesi Pratt has made another bold statement regarding the fiercely criticised statement from the Dean of the University of Ghana, Professor Raymond Atuguba. Mr. Pratt has openly declared that he is fully in support of the statement made by the erudite Atuguba.
Kwesi Pratt Jr, Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper has observed that Akufo-Addo has pleasantly surprised him.Speaking on ‘Good Morning Ghana’ show on Metro TV on Wednesday, he said that the posture of the President of the Republic suggests that he is committed to the fight against illegal mining.
Kwesi Pratt Jnr, the Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, has said that some Ghanaians have begun to reduce their daily travels as a result of the country's high fuel prices. Despite the fact that global issues are influencing the cost of petroleum products and commodities, Mr. Pratt wants the government to expedite intervention steps that would protect customers from the hardships caused by an unanticipated spike in fuel prices.
Mr. Kwesi Pratt Junior, the managing editor of the Insight Newspaper has taken a swipe at the majority leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu over a statement he made in a press conference his party organized to react to the rejection of the 2022 budget after they ( the majority caucus) staged a walkout.
The action of the majority caucus in Parliament yesterday has been met with mixed reactions. Scores of Ghanaians have descended on the majority caucus for appearing late in the house and their subsequent walking away from the house before the budget was eventually rejected by the minority Members of Parliament who were present in the chamber.
Brilliant Kwesi Pratt revisits history & exposes Bawumia big time; throws more punches at Akufo-Addo
Holding all political biases constant, Kwesi Pratt Junior is such a rare and brilliant journalist who factually analyzes economic issues from a very intelligent point of view. His assertions and statements clearly reflect the true state of the economy, and further predict what is likely to happen if immediate actions are not taken by the government its troubling loopholes.
The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori Atta would have to respond to some pressing concerns veteran journalist and the Managing Editor at the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior has raised about the funding for the Ghana Priority Health Infrastructure Projects; Agenda 111. According to him, the lack of a clear financial arrangement to sustain a project of such magnitude could plunge the banking sector into distress.
Kwesi Pratt Jr, Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper has waded into the report of Citi FM journalists’ arrest.According to Mr Pratt, the security operatives caused unnecessary scuffle when they could have engaged the management of the media house to retrieve the video in question.
Comrade Kwesi Pratt Jr., the Ghanaian journalist and managing editor at the Insight newspaper has said, that the leaders in Ghana must begin to think...and that one of the major problems of this country is that, "our leaders stop thinking long time ago".
"This doesn't make sense": Mr Pratt speaks on burnt excavators, babies born without nose, eyes, ears
The Managing Editor of the Insight News Paper, Mr Kwasi Pratt has expressed his dissatisfaction with the decision by the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Mr Abu Jinapor to continue burning excavators confiscated from illegal small scale miners.Mr Jinapor told the press on Tuesday 11th May, 2021 that about 28 excavators and over 250 chan fa machines have been burnt to ashes.
The impasse and stalemate in Parliament continues to intensify as the members of Parliament from both sides of the house have failed to reach a consensus on the electronic transactions levy intended to be introduced by government. As we communicate now, some lawmakers have opposed the 20 member committee set up to investigate the brouhaha.
- Inflation has reduced and so what?kindly follow me for more entertaining and informative articles.The managing editor for the insight newspaper, Kwasi Pratt Jnr has declared that the government should stop boasting about the inflation reduction rate because it has not affected the normal life of Ghanaians.
The Managing Editor of the Insight News Paper, Mr Kwasi Pratt has bemoaned the increasing shortfalls of the National Security Service of Ghana.Expressing his views on Metro TV on Wednesday, Mr Pratt suggested that the National Security Service needs a comprehensive shake up. "This whole thing is messy.
Please like and follow this page for more updates. The Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper, Comrade Kwesi Pratt Jnr., has reacted to the current trending issues regarding the salary payments of the Wives of Presidents and Vices. Speaking on Pan African TV’s morning program, ‘Good Morning Africa’, Mr. Pratt spoke against the politicization, of the issues of the salary payments for the First and Second Ladies in the country.
The Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper has questioned the proposal by the Electoral Commission (EC) to close polling at 3:00 PM in the next Presidential and Parliamentary Election. According to Mr. Kwesi Pratt, the proposal was ill-informed as it could compromise the credibility of the next election.
Kwesi Pratt Jnr., a seasoned journalist, has chastised leaders in the country for fanning religious tensions.The administration of Wesley Girls' High School has sparked religious controversies after refusing to allow a Muslim student to observe Ramadan on campus.Muslims all over the world celebrated the end of Ramadan, or the "festival of fasting," on Wednesday, May 12, but Muslim students at Wesley Girls' were not permitted to participate due to school rules.
The Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Mr. Kwesi Pratt has advised the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia not to contest for the flagbearership of the New Patriotic Party, towards their quest for power election 2024. Mr. Pratt is of the view that, due to some failed promises of the President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the image of the Vice President has been dragged down the standard, that would have helped the NPP to win.
The Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper, Mr Kwesi Pratt Jr has outrightly condemned the killing of Kaaka and the subsequent shooting of two protesters at Ejura in the Ashanti Region. Speaking on Metro TV on Wednesday, the Veteran Journalist described the shooting of the two protesters at Ejura as murder.
The managing director of the Insight News has underscored the intention of the government to introduce taxes to increase revenue. Speaking on Pan African TV, Mr. Pratt lamented on the decision by the government which is not in line with their 2020 campaign message. He said that if last year, the flagbearer had come to tell us that, look, we are going to increase petroleum prices by 20%, transport fares by 13%, the VAT rate will be increased.
Remember to follow this page to get more updates. Comrade Kwesi Pratt Jnr. has said that, the hypocrisy in Ghana’s politics is beginning to manifest again, through the ‘do or die’ comment recently by John Dramani Mahama. Speaking on Pan African TV’s program, ‘Good morning Africa’, Mr. Pratt said he cannot understand why people who were trying to justify the ‘all die be die comment by President Nana Addo in the past, are now trying to condemn the ‘do or die’ comment by Former president John Mahama today.