21st of September, the birthday of Kwame Nkrumah, is set aside every year for the celebration of Founder’s Day. The day is to celebrate Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah and his contributions to the founding of this country.
Pappy Kojo once again proves why Obrafour is his idol as the duo performed one of the Rap Sofour’s hit songs he did for Ghana’s 1st President. Pappy Kojo at countless times revealed how from his childhood he’s been obsessed with the “Pae Mu Ka” hitmaker and that he can sing almost all his songs word to word.
Aide to the PNC’s Dr Edward Mahama, Dela Tengeh, says Hassan Ayariga is jealous of his boss, which is why he keeps running his mouth about him. Mahama recently accepted an offer from President Nana Akufo-Addo to be Ghana’s Ambassador at large.
Millionaire turned comic politician in the sight of some Ghanaians, Hassan Ayariga who got disqualified by Charlotte Osei from contesting the 2016 general elections as a Presidential Candidate for the All People Congress (APC) has revealed that though he endorsed NDC’s John Mahama after his fall out, he was then very much aware that Mahama will lose the elections.
According to Hassan Ayariga it was so visible that the NDC Party has a disconnection with its grassroots during the campaign era. The Businessman backed his claim with the evidence that 90% of the 200 people who registered to join his then newly formed APC Party were all defectors from the NDC. He further stated that the NPP maintained its connection with its members who voted for the Party just as they did in the 2012 elections.
The honourable member of Parliament for Assin Central, NPP firebrand Kennedy Agyepong, has launched a stinging attack on the CPP’s James Kwabena Bomfeh, claiming he is an incurable drunk who urinates and defecates on himself when drunk.
Kennedy Agyepong was responding to attacks by the outspoken Bomfeh, who’s also known as Kabila, who recently blamed Kennedy Agyepong for the actions of the vigilante group the Delta Force, whilst also calling him a ‘braggart’ for always talking about his wealth in public.
The Convention People’s Party launched their election 2016 manifesto over the weekend at the Ghana Academy of Arts and Science in Accra. Nkrumah’s party, now a shell of its former self, is headed by Ivor Kobina Greenstreet as flagbearer, and attempted to make the case as to why they provide a viable alternative to the NDC and NPP duopoly.
Flagbearer of the Convention People’s Party and the only person with disability (PWD) running for the top office, Ivor Greenstreet, has promised strong initiatives from his government concerning that segment of the population if he’s elected. Speaking in the Eastern Region at a conference for PWD’s, Mr Greenstreet promised implementation of policy that addresses their needs, including the Disability Act and the relevant clauses in the UN Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disability.