The American-born Ghanaian investigative journalist, Kelvin Taylor has revealed that WAEC is failing to release the result of the recent WASSCE examination because 80% of the children have failed. He made this assertion on his With All Due Respect Show after ‘Whatsup News’ reported that; “Government secretly postpones release WAEC exams results because of mass failures.”. According to him, it looks like WAEC has become a political wing and its now listening to the government. Which is why, they are holding
The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) had described in October 2020, as unconstitutional the arrest of the Editor of Whatsup News, Mr. David Sitsope Tamakloe, as GJA had then said it undermined the values of the country’s democracy.
Today, April 3, 2021 Lawyer Godwin Edudzi Tamakloe, a member of National Democratic Congress (NDC) legal team, has broken silence on the arrest of Mr David Tamakloe, the Editor-in-chief of Whatsup News, on his Facebook page.
"There is no more prominent oppression than that which is executed under the shield of the law and for the sake of equity"… .Unknown At the point when Martin Luther King Junior, an American minister and social liberties pioneer, was taken shots at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4, 1968, it wasn't on the grounds that he was driving a dissident or psychological militant gathering, yet it was on the grounds that he was driving a social equality development to look for their voices to be
Whatsup News has located records that demonstrate past all sensible uncertainty that the Commission for Common freedoms and Regulatory Equity (CHRAJ) and the Unique Examiner Martin A.B.K Amidu plotted to shroud some amazing GHC 34.2 million taken by the Adjenim Boateng Adjei, the fired CEO of the Public Obtainment Authority (PPA). Whatsup News assembled that CHRAJ, the Exceptional Investigator Martin Amidu and the Celebration House "Mafia" endured a few days to rub the genuine figures in the extensive report
Whatsup News has seen an upsetting video of troubled Ghanaians voyagers at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) who have been confined for being not able to hack up the strange US$150 being charged each showing up explorer to Ghana for COVID-19 testing. The video which has circulated around the web shows a four-month-old infant compelled to rest on the exposed seats at the appearance parlor of the air terminal after its folks couldn't pay the disputable add up to get them and their child tried. As indicated