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Akufo-Addo’s Government is Fixing The Country Far Better Than Mahama’s Government—-CVM
Politics

Akufo-Addo’s Government is Fixing The Country Far Better Than Mahama’s Government—-CVM

The leadership of Concerned Voters Movement(CVM) respectfully urges Ghanaians to be patient with President Akufo-Addo, as he is very committed and determined to Fix all the socio-economic problems that he inherited from John Mahama's Government. It is important to point out that, majority of the problems that people are putting pressure on Akufo-Addo's Government to fix were the problems caused by the incompetence of John Mahama's Government. However, President Akufo-Addo has fixed most of the problems he inherited from Mahama in his first term, and most definitely he is on course fixing the rest of the problems in his second term. We would like to appeal to Ghanaians to be patient with Akufo-Addo's Government for they are capable and committed to addressing all the problems ...
Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II Marks 71st birthday With May 9 Remembrance
News

Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II Marks 71st birthday With May 9 Remembrance

It’s been 20 years since Ghana suffered the shock of a soccer stadium stampede that led to the deaths of over 120 Ghanaian soccer fans at the Accra sports stadium on May 9 2001. This happened during a highly competitive league game between the two most perpetual soccer rivals in Ghana. The historically disastrous incident of that day remains one of the most regrettable tragic events that must be prevented from repeating itself in Ghana. But to prevent it, Ghanaians cannot forget it. This is the guiding principle behind the founding of the May 9 foundation championed by Herbert Mensah since 2001 to make sure that Ghana never forgets the May 9 stadium disaster. Besides, the families of the victims of the disaster have also being of concern to the May 9 foundation, wh...
May 9 Stadium Disaster- Persons With Disabilities Join In 20th Anniversary
Sports

May 9 Stadium Disaster- Persons With Disabilities Join In 20th Anniversary

Persons with physical disabilities (PWDs) have joined other sports fans and Ghanaians in general to mark 20 years since the Accra stadium disaster that claimed over 126 lives during a soccer game between perpetual rivals Accra Hears of oak and Asante Kotoko on May 9 2001. The PWDs, Ashanti region chapter, joined Herbert Mensah, champion and founder of the May 9 charity foundation in Kumasi over the weekend to remember the historically sad day in Ghana’s football history and also to share memories of the day. The occasion also brought smiles on the faces of the persons with disabilities who received charity donations of food items, cash, wheel chairs and other walking aids to make their lives more comfortable. Although the May 9 foundation started with the aim of directly ...
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