It was another feisty morning on TV3’s New Day as communicators from the 2 biggest parties clashed. The show saw Murtala Mohammed, MP for Tamale Central and Dennis Aboagye, former MCE of Akuapem North joining Johnnie Hughes to discuss the brouhaha about President Akufo-Addo’s MCEs.
After years of being taken off the Ghanaian airwaves, lovers and fans of Radio Gold and radio XYZ can finally breathe a sigh of relief because the licenses of Radio Gold and radio XYZ have been approved by the National Communication Authority. Reacting to the approval of the licenses of radio Gold and radio XYZ, the Members of Parliament for Tamale Central Constituency, Comrade Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, has revealed that most of his colleagues avoided granting interviews on Radio Gold because they were operating online.
The unprofessional conduct by some security personnel in the country has been attributed to improper training as a result of "protocol" recruitment in the services. Although the people in authority always deny it, "protocol" recruitment into our security services is still active and the surest way to get recruited.
A Ghanaian investigative journalist, Manasseh Awuni Azure, didn't mince words in his article condemning John Dramani Mahama's "do or die" statement. He condemned the comment and described it as an "idiotic expression" which when, not properly understood by the party supporters can translate into violence.
The former Member of Parliament for Tamale Central Constituency, Hon. Inusah Fuseini has decried the failure of Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia to heed to an advise offered by former President John Dramani Mahama. The former lawmaker sharing his opinion on the internal battle for the flagbearer position in the New Patriotic Party made this revelation about how Mahama's advise could save Bawumia in his political life.
The report by the Ejura Inquiry Committee has received severe criticism from a lot of Ghanaians for doing a shallow job. The family of the late Kaaka have also come out and rejected the reports of the Ejura Inquiry Committee through a press conference. According to the family, the report is just another propaganda that seeks to whitewash the government.
Some sections of Ghanaians particularly, persons belonging to the NDC, have described the government's plans to ease the cost of fuel in the country for two months as insignificant on the lives of Ghanaians. The Member of Parliament for the Tamale Central Constituency, Comrade Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, has described the government's plan to reduce fuel prices in the country as a scam.
The Former Tamale Central Member of Parliament (MP), Inusah Fuseini said the Anti LGBTQI+ bill in its current form is retrogressive because the law itself sometimes goes backwards. The reason why he said the law sometimes goes backwards is that, the law progresses and if someone do certain things today which is not right and then that same person does it tomorrow, it sometimes become a right.
The Guinean Special Forces, led by Colonel Doumbouya, ousted and overthrew President Alpha Conde in a coup yesterday. The military junta has dissolved the constitution as a result, and Alpha Conde has been detained. The streets of Conakry were filled with jubilance as the citizenry celebrates the overthrow of their first democratically elected president.
The supposed press briefing by the youth in Tamale to address the high-handedness of the Ghana Police Service against them on Saturday, 25th September 2021, didn't go as planned when some of them vandalized properties belonging to the police and NEDCO. Reacting to the destruction of properties by the youth in Tamale on 'GH TODAY' on GHONE television, the Member of Parliament for the Tamale Central Constituency, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, has stated that although he condemns the destruction of state properties by some of the youth, it is worth noting that the youth of Tamale didn't go on a rampage.
The former Tamale Central legislator, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini has taken a swipe at critics of former president John Dramani Mahama over his ‘do or die’ mantra. According to the former parliamentarian, many of those critics who have misconstrued the mantra are ‘humpy dumpties who believe in whatever they wish about the statement.”
Yesterday, 4th August 2021, was a statutory public holiday as it marked Founders Day Celebration. This has arose the debate as to who is the rightful founder of Ghana, with varying and opposing views from the political class. The Member of Parliament for Tamale Central Constituency Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed has indicated that he will get John Dramani Mahama a very big kola nut when he reverses this Akufo Addo's Founders day celebration when he wins the 2024 presidential election.
The heated arguments and discussions on the Private Members Bill against LGBTQI in Ghana are raging on, with many dissenting opinions. Those against the bill have described it as backward and an infringement on people's rights. The majority of the people have also welcomed the bill with open arms.
One issue that has been trending within this week is the report presented by the Ejura Committee set up by the government. Today, Murtala Mohammed, Member of Parliament for Tamale Central and Former Member of Parliament for the Ledzokuku constituency joined Johnnie Hughes on the New Day to deliberate on the recommendation.
Thursday, 9th September 2021 The NDC member of parliament for Tamale Central Ibrahim Murtala Mohamed has said the term do or die is already at work and that John Mahama only made it official. He said, following the election 2020 where the NDC was cheated heavily by the electoral commission in favour of the NPP, NDC took a decision to do or die in future elections.
Parliament might have approved the controversial Twenty-eight million dollars ($28million) car loan for parliamentarians after huge protest from the Ghanaian community. It had since the announcement by the Finance Minister been a subject for which critics have had to analyze and as usual criticize the government and parliament for engaging in ‘needless’ expenditure and borrowing spree.
Member of parliament for Tamale Central, Hon Mutala Mohammed who is part of communication team for NDC has sent another message to NPP on fighting corruption in Ghana. The New Patriotic Party led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has created special office to fight corruption but Hon Mutala Muhammed has stated that the new special prosecutor is a close friend to NPP's Gabby Otchere Darko, although he is very good when it comes to academic and legal performance.
The Member of Parliament for the Tamale Central Constituency, Murtala Mohammed, has indicated that the annulment of the 2020 Parliamentary election for the Assin North Constituency is a wake-up call to the NDC to focus in Parliament. Murtala Mohammed made this statement as a panelist on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa TV when he gave his opinion on the annulment of the Assin North Parliamentary election.
The New Patriotic Party parliamentary candidate for Tamale Central Constituency, Dr Anyars Ibrahim have abstained from the annual delegates conference According to statement released and signed by the parliamentary candidate,, an emergency notice has made it impossible for him to be present and participate in the conference.
The Member of Parliament for Tamale Central in the Northern Region, Hon. Murtala Mohammed, has sounded a note of caution to all 275 members of Parliament that they would not allow any member to take a middle ground on the passage of LGBTQI+ Bill which has been laid in Parliament.