Monday, February 6

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Joe Ghartey set to lead NPP into victory 2024 
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Joe Ghartey set to lead NPP into victory 2024 

Mr. Joe Ghartey, a Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has reiterated his desire and readiness to lead the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to victory in the 2024 Presidential race.   The Former Minister for Railways Development and Member of Parliament (MP) for Essikado-Ketan, told Ghana News Agency (GNA) in an interview that he brings on board new and revised human-centered policies.  He expressed confidence that his underground campaign was said to be in high spirits as the party gears  up to elect a leader for the 2024 presidential election.  Mr Ghartey said he was fast gaining popularity in all 16 Regions of Ghana with special reference to the Volta and Oti Regions.  The aspirant said even though he hailed from the Western and Central  Regions, his popu...
Vote for me to give you victory in 2024, Alan to NPP  delegates
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Vote for me to give you victory in 2024, Alan to NPP  delegates

Mr John Alan Kwadwo Kyeramateng, former Trade and Industry Minister and a flagbearer aspirant of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has called on  party delegates to vote massively for him as the flagbearer to send the  party to victory in the  2024 election.  The aspirant said his records at the Trade Ministry were unmatched and promised to do more when he becomes President of Ghana.  Mr Kyeremateng made the call when he interacted with party faithful at Sefwi Wiawso in the Western North Region  to officially inform them of his intention to contest the party’s flagbearer position.  He announced  that the party executives at both the constituency, regional or national levels, would be put on monthly salaries to motivate  them to work harder  in the best interest of the party.  ...
Political opponents are not enemies – Rev Antwi Boasiako
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Political opponents are not enemies – Rev Antwi Boasiako

The Reverend Kofi Antwi Boasiako, Santasi District Pastor, Church of Pentecost, has reminded Ghanaians to thread cautiously as the elections drew closer. He said the nation needed peace and unity to bring progress, development and total transformation to its people. "As we go about our election campaign, we should not see our political opponents as enemies and be enraged by trivialities, which could disturb the peace of the land," he admonished. Rev. Antwi Boasiako gave the advice in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at a three-day prayer conference held at Adum in Kumasi. The retreat, on the theme: “Break out and Take Charge – (Micah 2:13/Genesis 38:29-30)” was organised by the Triumphant Business Prayer Conference(TBPC), a non-denominational Christian organisation. ...
Akan NDC Constituency votes to elect 40 Ward Coordinators
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Akan NDC Constituency votes to elect 40 Ward Coordinators

Some 1,000 voters are expected to vote to elect 40 Ward Coordinators for the Akan Constituency of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), which kicks off Saturday. The election is expected to end on Tuesday, February 7. Mr  Emmanuel Klu, the Director of Election disclosed this to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), in an interview at Kadjebi in the Oti Region. He said in NDC each electoral area served as a Ward and that the Ward Coordinators served as Liaison Officers between the branches and the Constituency. Mr Klu said they also co-ordinate all activities of the branches within their wards and forward the same to the Constituency for action. He said they ensure there is peace and tranquility and maximize votes for the party. The Director of Election advised the voters to avoid ...
Vote for a candidate Ghanaians will prefer – Alan to delegates
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Vote for a candidate Ghanaians will prefer – Alan to delegates

Mr Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, a presidential aspirant of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged delegates preparing for the party’s presidential primary to elect a candidate Ghanaians will prefer to lead the nation.He said the interest of Ghanaians ought to be paramount and, therefore, must override the choice of the party, if the NPP anticipated to retain political power in the next general election.Mr Kyeremanten gave the advice when he paid a courtesy on the Sunyani Traditional Council to officially inform the chiefs and queens of his decision to contest the party’s presidential primary.Comparing himself with other aspirants, the former Trade and Industry Minister said he remained well-marketed, charismatic and influential, with a proven track record in the political space.“With Jo...
Krachi East: 600 NPP delegates declare support for Dr Bawumia
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Krachi East: 600 NPP delegates declare support for Dr Bawumia

More than 600 delegates from the Krachi East Constituency of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), in the Oti Region have declared their unflinching support to Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the Vice President, for the presidential race. The executives include Electoral Area Coordinators, Polling station Executives, Constituency Executives, and the former Member of Parliament (MP), Mr Michael Yaw Gyato. Addressing the group at the Church of Pentecost Dambai Central Chapel, the former MP tasked the Executives to carefully weigh the merits of the Vice President’s flagbearership and vote for him to lead the party to victory in 2024. He called on the rank and file of the party in the constituency to ignore propaganda machinery of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party that describes the NPP as ...
NPP Western Regional Executives poised to break the eight
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NPP Western Regional Executives poised to break the eight

The Western Regional Executive of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has pledged to move all out to galvanise grassroot support to break the eight-year cycle of presidential office in Ghana's body politic. Grassroot support would retain the party in power in Ghana’s December 2024 general elections the Executive explained.This was contained in a statement issued and signed by the Western Regional Secretary of the NPP, Mr Okatakyie Amankwa Afrifa and copied to the Ghana News Agency in Takoradi.The statement expressed the gratitude of the Western Regional Executive to the rank and file of the Party in the Jomoro Constituency for the support, commitment and dedication shown during the just ended Polling Station Elections across the Constituency. "We say Ayekoo and congratulate the newly elected Po...
Mammoth crowd welcome Alan Kyeremanteng to Kumasi
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Mammoth crowd welcome Alan Kyeremanteng to Kumasi

Thousands of supporters of Mr Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, a flagbearer hopeful of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), thronged the Kumasi Airport to welcome him to the Ashanti Region. Alan Kyeremanteng visited the region on Monday to seek the blessings of the Asantehene and regional executive of the party on his political journey.  Clad in ‘Alan branded’ T-shirts and other NPP paraphernalia, the crowd waited amidst brass band music until the Africa World Airline, carrying the former Trade and Industry Minister and his entourage, touched down at exactly 1030 hours.  It was a charged atmosphere when Mr Kyeremanteng disembarked as the excited supporters touted his achievements.  They led his convoy to the Manhyia Palace, creating massive traffic on the Airport Roundabout-Manhy...
NPP Ho Central Constituency can annex the parliamentary seat in the next election
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NPP Ho Central Constituency can annex the parliamentary seat in the next election

Mr Ken Ayim, Volta Region First Vice Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), has said the Ho Constituency of the party has what it takes to annex the parliamentary seat in the next election. He said in political parlance, you never say never as all things are possible, “if we become determined, united, work hard and persevere.” Mr Ayim was addressing party members and sympathizers, 29 Electoral Area Coordinators, and present and past executives of the Ho Constituency membership in a get-together on Sunday. The meeting was to celebrate their failures, challenges, and achievements towards forging a spirited common front to galvanize resources and development for the Ho Municipality. The First Vice Chairman, who made a historical analogy of the governance trends ...
Minority reshuffle won’t affect party’s victory in 2024 – Aspirant 
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Minority reshuffle won’t affect party’s victory in 2024 – Aspirant 

Mr Kwame Obeng Adjinah, a parliamentary aspirant of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in  Bibiani, has said the changes in the minority leader in parliament would not affect the party’s victory in the 2024 general election.  Mr Adjinah said the party’s national executives did intense dialogue before identifying the present leaders.  The Aspirant, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, expressed his massive support to the party's national executives for such a tactical move to win political power in the 2024 election to rescue Ghanaians from the current economic woes.  He said, “It’s about time the minority took a leader who has a financial background to critically analyze the government’s financial issues. I know Mr Ato Forson can handle the position effective...