Once again the ruling New Patriotic Party has been forced to scram and organize a presser conference in response to former president John Mahama. Ever since the start of John Mahama’s Thank You tour, there has been rebuttals from the ruling party whenever the former president speaks.
Former President John Dramani Mahama has taken a swipe at Ghanaian media over how they have handled matters of corruption in the country. He laments the media has lost its voice in fighting corruption as witnessed in President Nana Akufo Addo’s government. He indicated that the once outspoken and investigative journalism that captivated the media space under his administration had practically lost its bite, fearing that things could get worse if this is allowed to fester.
The 2024 election are far away but the political climate is so high. Already the 2 leading political parties in the country are gearing up for the battle ahead. For the opposition National Democratic Congress, the leadership is somewhat clear and many expect John Mahama to unanimously win and contest for elections on their ticket.
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The John Mahama syndrome is still causing raving reviews across Ghana. From his ‘Do or Die’ comments to his declaration of building the Kejetia market, the former president is certainly causing fear and panic in the ruling NPP. John Mahama is on a thank you tour around the country.
Former President John Mahama is currently on his Thank You tour of parts of the country. He is in the Ashanti Region and has already caused so much reviews regarding his tour of the country. On his visit to Ejura, John Mahama has called for investigations into the transfer of the medical doctor who testified before the committee regarding the injuries caused to protestors
The current Thank You tour of former President John Mahama seems to be having an effect on the ruling NPP. Many have questioned the rationale of the tour since it is clear that John Mahama lost. Some claim it is an unofficial announcement of his decision to contest the 2024 elections.
Former President of the Republic of Ghana and the leader of the opposition National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama has replied critics of his Do or Die statement he recently made in an interview. Mahama has made it clearly known to Ghanaians that there is nothing wrong with his comment.
‘Do or die’ is an expression used when one is desperate of taking an extremist action that may result in a victory or defeat. John Mahama apreciates that his ‘Do or die’ chant does have these polarized outcomes but how prepared is he to embrace it, especially when the outcome could be a defeat for the 2024 election?
The MP for Odododiodio constituency and former minister for Sport under the NDC government, Hon Nii Lante Vandarpauye explain what the former President Mahama meant by "Do or die" during his Thank You tour. In an interview on Citi TV, the former minister said that the statement meant no harm to Ghanaians.
Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah has defended former President John Dramani Mahama for the first time over his controversial "Do or Die" comment during his Thank You tour, which has surprised several NDC members. In an interview with Techiman-based Akina FM on Tuesday, September 7, the NDC flagbearer declared the 2019 general elections to be a "do-or-die" affair, citing events surrounding his defeat in the last elections.
Kuami Eugene, Open Gate hitmaker seems to have been really unhappy by the false report from some bloggers by responding in an unfriendly manner. Recently he hosted a ‘Thank You’ concert show in Akyem Oda, where he hails from was a success which had an outnumbering crowd turning up
The Member of Parliament for Awutu Senya West Constituency, Hon. Gizella Tetteh-Agbotui under the auspices of Chairman Daniel Ako embarked on her usual Thank You Tour at Nyarkokwaa, Tawiakwa, Pobie and Ankamase after victory at the just ended 2020 December 7th polls. The initiative was meant to offer her an opportunity to express her profound appreciation to the good people of Awutu Senya West for the overwhelming support and prayers during the 2020 Parliamentary and Presidential Elections. The first part of
TRUE STORY A man who does carpentry work. This man, every morning, passes in front of a Church on his way to work. One day he took a decision that he must go into the Church at the chapel to greet JESUS before going to his work. So each day he passes the Church he will go to the chapel and say "JESUS l ‘m here to greet you" he did this for many years and it became part of him. One day he went to work as usual and fell down from the roof where he was working and had a spinal cord injury, he was taken to many
The management of Zoomlion Waste Limited, the waste management giant has expressed gratitude to all its media partners for a successful year even in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Executive Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies, Dr Joseph Siaw Agyepong in a letter to its media partners in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic in the country. The letter read: I just want to say ‘Thank You’ This year has been like on others. It has been an opportunity and a cause to appreciate the very people
Minister for Tourism Crative Arts and Culture also Member of Parliament for Preatea Huni - Valley Constituency Hon. Lawyer Barbara Oyeng-Gyasi embarked on thank you tour on December 29, in her Constituency. MP who was ready to be re- elected as Member of Parliament for another four years lost to the opposition party's candidate Hon. Wisdom Cudjeo in the imediate past elections. According to her, this tour was to show gratitude to the people in the Constituency for the honour as their MP for four years. "I am
The differences between the grateful and ungrateful person is a topic that I am going to discuss today. Now we are going to get into the details of what it means to be a grateful person. Focus will be given on what it means when you are of the ungrateful type. Every person has two choices. They can be grateful or ungrateful. The grateful and ungrateful people are people that have vibrations opposite of each other. There are some obvious differences between the two types of people. Qualities of a Grateful Person
Showing appreciation to people who show you kindness is an obligation. Kindness to people is a good virtue recommended by Apostle Paul to people of Galatia. In Galatians 5: 22 kindness is mentioned as one of the fruits of the spirit by which you should live. Jesus healed ten men of leprosy and only one of them returned to thank Jesus and praised him, so he asked where the other nine were. Jesus was expecting that all ten of them would realize that they had been healed and show some gratefulness. In essence when
TRUE STORY The man who does carpentry work. This man, every morning, passes in front of a Church on his way to work. One day he took a decision that he must go into the Church at the chapel to greet JESUS before going to his work. So each day he passes the Church he will go to the chapel and say "JESUS l ‘m here to greet you" he did this for many years and it became part of him. One day he went to work as usual and fell down from the roof where he was working and had a spinal cord injury, he was taken to
The out-going Member of Parliament for the Awutu Senya West Constituency and current Deputy Minister for Communication, Hon. George Nenyi Andah and his team on Sunday, 20th December 2020 embarked on a Thank-You Walk and Service in his constituency. Hon. George Nenyi Andah won the seat for the NPP by defeating Hon. Hannah Serwaa Tetteh in the 2016 elections and that came as a surprised for most Ghanaians because Hannah Tetteh was a Minister under the then administration of the National Democratic Congress. In