We are not sure whether Belinda Nana Ekua aka Mzbel will ever be able to put her political party lenses and colors somewhere and focus on her dead music career.
Mzbel became the subject of social media mockery and trolling when she fully endorsed President John Dramani Mahama ahead of the 2016 election and vigorously campaigned for him. The insults she received when NDC finally lost was painfully severe.
Mr Robert Jackson, the United States Ambassador to Ghana in an interview has congratulated former President John Dramani Mahama for undertaking various projects such as schools, roads, hospitals and so on. Mr Jackson noted that a country’s development is based on such infrastural projects which were the main vision for the then President Mahama and therefore urged Ghanaians to recognise his good works because he did a lot for Ghana.
President Mahama is unpopular: this statement is true depending on who’s making it and to what sort of audience.
On social media, the name ‘President Mahama’ attracts more insults than any sort of acceptance.
But the truth is, social media gives a lot of false hope in measuring the true state of anything when it comes to Africa. And this is due to the fact that a small percentage of our population dwells online.
I am not a fan of president John Dramini Mahama but sometimes journalists and politicians who want to indict him ought to be a bit honest to their cause. John Mahama may be corrupt but receiving a gift which he did not in any way directly or indirectly benefit from cannot be reasonable termed as … Read more
Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama has echoed the sentiments of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, calling for a return of ‘stolen’ African assets hidden in financial institutions in the West. The call is a response to a comment passed by British Prime Minsiter David Cameron, who told the Queen ahead of the UK anti-corruption summit that they had some ‘fantastically corrupt’ nations attending. ie Nigeria and Afghanistan.
President John Dramani Mahama has captured immense public attention after his BBC interview where he spoke on several issues, particularly corruption. Speaking with the BBC’s Peter Okwoche, the President was asked point blank if he had ever taken a bribe.
President John Dramani Mahama was on Wednesday at the anti-corruption summit held in the British capital. The summit has already raised several controversies after British Prime Minister David Cameron described Nigeria as fantastically corrupt, and the Nigerian leader Muhammadu Buhari responded by demanding a return of Nigeria’s stolen assets.
The one and only ‘Dancehall King’, Shatta Wale, has emphatically stated that he has no intentions of donning any political colours this year, as the hotly contested 2016 elections gradually approaches. Celebrities such as John Dumelo and Bukom Banku have made their preferences quite clear, and have hit the campaign trail for the President already.
Boxer Braimah Kamoko is now more known as a bleaching ambassador than as a boxer, but there is one other talent most people are forgetting about- musician. The undefeated boxer is also an amateur musician, and as a staunch follower of the current government, decided to put his talents to use composing a song for the President.
_ Musician/Comedian Kwame A Plus has called on President John Dramani Mahama to reward the police officer who was pictured directing traffic during a storm in Accra just over a week ago. The officer, who has been identified as Joshua Azure, become the subject of public discussions after a Facebook user took photos of him directing traffic whilst the rain poured down, a far cry from what normally happens in this country.
Public officials in Ghana are usually declared dead many times before their actual death date, but usually those rumours do not originate from their own official social media accounts. An unforgivable typo by whoever runs the President’s Facebook page referred to him as the late President Mahama, when the obvious intent was to talk about former President Mills.
It looks like the entire brouhaha over what to do with the corpse of the former Ghana Actors Guild President, Nii Odoi Mensah, can finally be put to rest. This was after the Minister of Tourism and Creative Arts, Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare, made a promise to his family on behalf of the President that he would do everything in his power for the corpse to be brought home.
Ghanaian comedian and former Big Brother Africa housemate, DKB, has shared a photo of himself and the President of the Republic, John Dramani Mahama, to his numerous online followers. DKB, who has emerged as one of the top comedians of the past few years, shared the post with his teeming followers on social media Saturday.
President John Dramani Maham is set to be awarded an honorary degree by the University of Aberdeen Friday, during the third day of a planned state visit to Scotland. The Scottish University would bestow upon the Ghanaian leader a Doctor of Law (LLD) (Honoris Causa), during a ceremony to be held on the University’s campuses.
The Bureau of National Investigations has arrested a man who apparently ‘threatened’ that the President would fall down during this year’s Independence Day parade. The man was arrested by police at a drinking bar in Dzorwulu where he passed the comments, and later handed him over to the National security.
Ghanaians were shocked when news broke in the early hours of Tuesday, February 9 2016; that a sitting Member of Parliament had been murdered in his own home. J.B Danquah-Adu was the NPP Member of Parliament for the Abuakwa North constituency in the Eastern Region, and was stabbed to death by unknown assailants at his residence in Shiashie in Accra.
Two individuals have taken the fight over Ghana’s decision to host two ex-inmates of Guantanamo Bay to the highest court of the land. Margaret Banful, a former conference officer at the Foreign Affairs Ministry and Henry Nana Boakye filed the suit on Monday at the Supreme Court.
Anas’ revelation has caused nationwide panic with several of the indicted judges and officers worried—now that that a committee has been set up to thoroughly look into the findings of the ace journalist.
The ordinary citizens are worried too—especially, being aware of how cheaply those in charge of justice sell it for and the total disregard for the rule of the law.
The president took to his facebook to post a re-assuring message, saying;
“I always supported, and will always support the rule of law and our justice system. What we uncovered these days is that some people, judges, judicial officers and policemen, seemed to be willing to transgress the principles of a fair justice, to their own interest.
Ghana’s president-John Dramani Mahama and his wife-Lordina are currently on an official visit to the United Kingdom—and as part of their trip, they visited the Buckingham Palace for a private meeting with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
We are told “President Mahama and the Queen discussed a number of issues of common interest to the two countries”. At the meeting, the Queen is reported to have expressed “interested in the First Lady’s health-related activities and humanitarian support”.
Also, President Mahama presented the Queen with a copy of his first book, My First Coup D’etat And Other True Stories from the Lost Decades of Africa.
Following the Kenya terrorists’ attack which caused the death Statesman and Poet- Kofi Awoonor, the international media have been throwing light on Africa being a new terrorists hub… Ghana’s President-John Dramini Mahama was on CNN to talk about challenges Africa faces—including terrorism. Watch the interview below
Yeap, the President also has to capture some photos when he visits some important places… On Wednesday, the President of Ghana-John Dramani Mahama was in the office of international media giant CNN in the United States and he posed for his personal photographer to captured him standing in front of the company’s logo. A true youthful … Read more
President John Mahama has been in office for 100 days and before you read what he has said about his governance/performance so far, ask yourself these; Have you seen any improvement in your life so far? Has anything changed for the better or worse for you? What is your summary evaluation of his Government so … Read more
President John Dramani Mahama has disclosed that over 40% of the 4,000 Schools Under Trees have been eliminated by the NDC administration. He said this delivering his first State of the Nation’s address in accordance with Article 67 of the Constitution. In what he dubbed a brief overview, President Mahama said the NDC administration even … Read more