(AUDIO) You Called Former President Mahama Incompetent Yet You Couldn't Manage Capital Bank Upon All Your Big Grammar — Kumchacha 'Shades' Mensa Otabil

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Hilarious man of God, Prophet Kumchacha has slammed pastor Mensa Otabil for his negligence over the collapse of Capital Bank and also the ‘squandering’ of the Ghc610 million taxpayers money by the board of directors of the bank.
Prophet Kumchacha in an interview with Gatuso on Kasapa FM’s “Aben Wo Ha” show said;

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Prophet Owusu Bempah Speaking Like One Of Those 'Pharisees', Says Prophet Nigel Gaisie Is His Small Boy So He Can Never Be Powerful Than Him

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Owusu Bempah vs Nigel Gaisie

Just like how the Pharisees looked on Jesus Christ, so is Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah looking down on Prophet Nigel Gaisie.
According to Prophet Nigel Gaisie, his NDC God has revealed to him that President Mahama has been destined to win the 2020 General Elections and Reverend Owusu who is full of contradictions says his NPP Jehovah God told him that Nana Addo will win, so which God are these self-acclaimed Prophets serving?

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President Nana Addo Can Live In His House Instead Of Flagstaff House — Kennedy Agyapong

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Kennedy Agyapong, member of Parliament for Assin central has supported President of the Republic of Ghana Nana Addo over his decision to stay in his own apartment instead of the Flagstaff House which was built purposely to accommodate Ghanaian Presidents.
The President’s decision to stay in his apartment has resulted in the traders around the apartment being forced to move out to ensure massive security for the president.

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Alhaji Muntaka Mubarak Says He Would Run For President If It Is ‘Allah’s Will’

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Alhaj Mubarak Muntaka, the member of Parliament for Asawase in the Ashanti Region, has made it clear that he would run for President one day.

The conversation around the country these days revolve around who would lead the NDC into 2020 and many names are being thrown into the hat.

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President Mahama Spent $13.9m on Vice President’s Residence – Says Dr. Bawumia

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According to Ghana’s Vice President-Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, Ghana’s former President-John Dramani Mahama has spent US$13.9 million on official residence being constructed for the Vice President on the Switchback road at Cantonments in Accra

Bawumia stated that “he was shocked when it was revealed to him that President John Mahama’s administration awarded the contract for the construction through a non-competitive bidding (sole sourcing), reports GraphicOnline.

Speaking at Good Corporate Governance Initiative forum in Accra on Tuesday, Bawumia said: “Very importantly, we want to ensure the strict enforcement of the public procurement Act, Act 663, it is an Act that in my opinion and in the opinion of many, has really been abused recently, the resort to sole-sourcing of contracts has been more the rule rather than the exception.”

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President Mahama: My Gov’t Has Improved Living Conditions Making It Possible for NPP Organisers to Marry

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John Dramani Mahama

President John Mahama says people should not fall got the lies of the NPP–and that his government has improved the lives of Ghanaians tremendously, such that several NPP National Youth Organizers have been able to even marry.
Speaking at Tarkwa Nsuaem in the Western Region on Saturday, he said:
“Be vigilant and don’t be deceived by the NPP. In the year 2000, the same thing happening now occurred.

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President Mahama: Ghana is Leading the United States in infrastructure

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President Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama must really be a bold man to claim that Ghana is leading the United States in infrastructure–and we are talking about the same United States that gives Ghana a lot of aid and grant to help with our poor infrastructure.
President Mahama who is campaigning in the Upper West Region ahead of the 7 December polls said the two leading candidates in the just-ended American presidential election – Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump – promised to sink a lot of investment into infrastructural development during their campaigns.
Mr Mahama told party supporters; “The American elections have just ended. Both candidates, a central plank of their economic policy is to invest massively in social and economic infrastructure. And if we have started that in Ghana already, it means we are one step ahead of the United States.” 

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Kwesi Pratt Commends President Mahama–Says Kwame Nkrumah Interchange "Biggest Ever" in Ghana

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Kwesi Pratt

Senior journalist and political commentator-Kwesi Pratt Jr, has commended President Mahama over the recently commissioned Kwame Nkrumah Interchange in Accra–saying, it’s the biggest ever.
Speaking on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo, Mr. Pratt said:
“Lack of traffic flow results in an estimated loss of about 100 million dollars per annum to our national economy…This is the longest flyover and the highest in West Africa…please note I said flyover, the longest bridge is in Lagos, Nigeria but the longest and highest flyover is in Accra, Ghana.” 

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President Mahama to Commission Accra's GH₵320.2 Million Kwame Nkrumah Interchange Amidst Mixed Reactions From Ghanaians On Social Media

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President John Dramani Mahama will today commission Accra’s newly built GH₵320.2 Million Kwame Nkrumah Interchange with colourful lights on full display–but not every Ghanaians is impressed.
On Facebook, several Ghanaians questioned why the commissioning will be done at night–with some replying that the night would allow the government to beautify the interchange with colorful lights to ‘fool’ Ghanaians.
Kwame Karikari wrote on Facebook: “This is beautiful but guess what, it is NEON LIGHTS—- let’s learn to demand what is profound from the people we choose to lead us.”

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President Mahama Tells NPP: Stop Registering Your Members On NHIS If It Has Collapsed

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John Dramani Mahama

President John Mahama has stated that if the opposition New Patriotic Party claims his administration has collapsed the NPP instituted National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) scheme, then the party should stop registering its members.
Obviously, President Mahama has missed the conversation–let’s say the indictment.
While addressing a mini-rally at Kade in the Eastern Region on Tuesday as part of his campaign tour of the region, President Mahama said among other things that, NPP is registering its members onto the scheme though they claim it has collapsed.

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Hopeson Adorye: President Mahama is A Drunkard Who Cannot Speak Without Taking Whisky

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President Mahama wearing dark shades

According to a member of the New Patriotic Party’s communications team-Hopeson Adorye, Ghana’s President John Mahama is a “drunkard” who cannot speak without the help of a whisky.
Mr. Adorye made the outrageous claim while addressing ecstatic NPP supporters at Akyem Oseim in the Eastern Region over the weekend during the campaign launch of the party’s candidate for Abuakwa North constituency, Gifty Twum Ampofo
Hopeson Adorye is reported to have said among other things that, “President Mahama has become addicted to alcohol to the extent that he even drinks on his job to the glare of the public.”
“Now the man [President Mahama] has turned drunkard,” he stated.

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President Mahama Only Gave Some 'Small Money" to People As Act of Kindnes & Not to Bribe Voters

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A video which surfaced online a few days ago showed President Mahama giving out what seems like money to at least two people during his recent campaign visit to the Abossey Okai market in Accra.
Though many people from President Mahama’s government such as Chief of State-Julius Debrah have said the President was rather giving out leaflets and not cash, Kofi Adams, the National Campaign Coordinator of the NDC has said the President is free to give out money to whoever he wants as a Ghanaian.
Now, Daily Guide newspaper is reporting that sources close to the President have admitted President Mahama has given out money during his campaign tour in Accra and Sunyani, but these are acts of pure kindness and not to bribe voters.

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President Mahama Has the Right to Share MONEY On Campaign Trail–Says Kofi Adams

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Kofi Adams

The National Coordinator of the 2016 NDC Campaign, Kofi Adams has said there’s nothing wrong with President Mahama sharing money–just as ordinary Ghanaians have the right to do.
He told Kasapa Fm that, “The President is just like any other person and a Ghanaian so he’s free to give gifts to people. There is nothing wrong with him doling out money to people, if indeed he did that.”

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President Mahama's Gov't Approves $700 Dollar Annual Leave for Military Officers + PHOTOS

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President Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama has today announced that his government has approved a $700 annual leave package for military officers on external peace keeping operations.
The President made this announcement when he attended the 2016 Ghana Military Academy graduation parade at Teshie in Accra.
He said: “I have approved a recommendation from the military high command and the Armed Forces Council for the introduction of a Ghana government paid leave allowance of 700 US dollars for all ranks on external peace keeping operations.”
President Mahama added that, all civilians who work with the military would also get a GHC 40 increment in their allowances.
“Rationed allowances for all uniformed personnel have also been increased to GHC 120 and clothing allowances for civilian employees has also been increased to GHC40. These adjustments take effect from 3rd September 2016 and we shall continue to upwardly review other allowances at the appropriate time,” he said.
This new annual leave package comes just weeks after the President was “forced” to increase the the salary of Ghanaian peacekeepers from 31 dollars to 35 dollars.
Check out the photos below…

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President Mahama Tells the NPP: You Cannot Win Election With LIES

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John Dramani Mahama

President Mahama ended his Central region campaign on Friday with a message to the NPP–that they cannot win the 2016 elections with LIES.
The President’s message suggests that the NPP is selling lies–hoping to score electoral votes with them.
Mahama also said he has a lot of faith in Ghanaians and know that they wouldn’t fall for NPP’s cheap lies–and that they will be able to seperate the lies from the truth, and base on that re-elect him.

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President Mahama Deserves Firing Squad And Not Another Term–Says NPP's 1st Vice Chairman

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The 1st Vice Chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) F.F Anto has said president Mahama deserves to be hanged or killed at the shooting range just for seeking a second term as president.
F.F Anto says he cannot understand why after 8 years of NDC’s poor performance which has totally collapsed the country, President Mahama still has the audacity and zeal to ask for a second term.
He compared President Mahama to I. K. Acheampong, saying, ‘Acheampong embarked on massive infrastructural development, he built Kumasi Sports Stadium, Komfo Anokye Polyclinic, but when he mismanaged the economy and inflation shot up, he was overthrown, do you remember what happened to him, he was shot to death, the way and manner Mahama has mismanaged the economy, if not for civilisation and democracy, he should have been killed by now.”

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President Mahama: I’d Rather Lose the Election than Restore Teacher Trainee Allowance

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President-John Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama says he’s a man of principles, at least on this particular issue and therefore he would rather lose the upcoming elections than to restore the scrapped teacher trainee allowance.
Mahama says his opponents are playing a dirty political game with the teacher trainee allowance issue and for him, he’s just going to do what’s good for Ghana even if it will cost him a win.
According to Mahama, the decision to scrap the allowance was carefully thought out and is in the larger interest of the students.
“I believe this is equitable, it is a matter of social justice, and it opens more opportunities to young Ghanaians who want to change the profession,” he said.

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President Mahama Promises ‘Progressively Free Tertiary Education’–Something No Country is Currently Able to Offer

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President Mahama

The United Kingdom has increased its tuition fees to about 9000 pounds a year for British citizens–and countries like Finland which offered free tuition fees have announced an end to this, starting next year.
Yet, Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama has promised that with time and under his administration, Ghana will soon witness “progressively free tertiary education.”
Addressing students of the University of Cape Coast on Wednesday as part of his five-day tour of the Central Region, President Mahama stated that his government is investing heavily in tertiary education in order to make teaching and learning easier.

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"Mzbel Is My Crazy, Controversial, Hardworking Daughter" – President Mahama

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79168976_optEvidently Mzbel has rightfully earned the right score with the president— that is the only way to explain this. It is not everyday that the president randomly sends a shout out to people. We can all attest that, the Legelege singer deserves this one.
Afia Schwarzenegger wherever she is better sit up as someone may be earning higher scores than she ever could make in a lifetime.

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President Mahama 'Forced" to Increase Peacekeeping Allowance From $31 To $35–Just A Few Weeks After Increasing It From $30 to $31

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President Mahama

This may sound like a joke; an increase from 30 dollars to 31 dollars, the first since 2009 for Ghanaian peacekeepers was made by President Mahama a few week ago.
Since the small increase, the President has been pressured to add something more as the dollar increase wouldn’t do anything for the men and women who put their lives at risk for global peace.
And President Mahama has succumbed to pressure from the Ghana Armed Forces over their peacekeeping allowance, which he has now increased from $31 to $35, according to DailyGuide.

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President Mahama Claims He Has Constructed Roads Yet He's Campaigning in Helicopter Because of Bad Roads in the North–Says NPP Deputy Communications Director-Mike Oquaye Jnr

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NPP Deputy Communications Director-Mike Oquaye Jnr has condemned the fact that President Mahama in the last two weeks has been campaigning in Northern Ghana by flying around in helicopters–suggesting that the President does not want to use the roads because they are really bad. Speaking on Peace Fm, Mike Oquaye Jnr said: “If you’re in the sky, … Read more

Nana Akufo Addo: President Mahama Wants Me Dead

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Nana Akufo-Addo

The flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, says it is the dream of President John Dramani Mahama to see him pass on so he and the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) can cling on to power for a third time since that will be the only way to help turn things around for the NDC administration after eight years of failure in government

Nana Addo said this on Sunday, when he was addressing party supporters at a rally in the Upper East Regional capital, Bolgatanga.

“First they said I was a drug addict, it didn’t work. They said I was sick. It didn’t work. They said I was too old. It didn’t work. They said I was a hunchback. It didn’t work. They said I was a dwarf. It didn’t work. They said I was in a wheelchair. I didn’t work. They said I am a murderer. It didn’t work. They said I will die in June. It didn’t work. They said I was a dictator. It didn’t work. They said I was intolerant. It didn’t work. They said I was violent. It didn’t work. They said I had a secret agenda to destabilize the country. It didn’t work. Now, they say I have cancer. It will not work,” Nana Addo said.

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President Mahama Says Ghana is About to Take-Off–More Jobs for the Youth If Re-elected

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President Mahama

Ghana’s President-John Dramani Mahama has stated that the economy of Ghana is about to take off–certainly admitting that it’s been really slow.
According to President Mahama, his administration has created the needed economically improved atmosphere and now “the right climate for take-off is here.”
Mahama added that, if re-elected as the President of Ghana, he will implement Economic Transformation and Livelihood Empowerment Programme (ETLEP), which will create numerous employment opportunities, especially for the youth.
“The environment is getting better and better,” President Mahama wrote on his Facebook Wall on Sunday.

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President Mahama Has Increased Military Peacekeepers’ Allowance By $1 From 30 Dollars A Day to 31 Dollars

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President Mahama has increased the allowances of Ghanaian peacekeepers by 1 dollar–from the current 30 dollars a day to 31 dollars.
“Together with the armed forces council and the high command, we have decided to increase by one dollar a day the rate that is paid to peace keeping soldiers who go out,” President Mahama said yesterday-Thursday at the Burma camp in Accra.
This increase will benefit every UN mission peacekeeper–and it comes at a time when peacekeepers have been complaining about how little their allowances are and how long it even takes for them to receive payment.

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