Month: August 2017

Charlotte Osei’s speech after receiving US award

The Chairperson of Ghana’s Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei was on Tuesday honoured with the United States Department of State’s Women of Courage Award for 2017. Presenting the award, the US Ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson affirmed that “Charlotte Osei epitomizes the phrase, woman of courage.” Mr. Jackson in his speech praised Charlotte Osei for her bravery before, […]

Ankaful Threatens To Send Patients Home

The acting Clinical Coordinator of Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital in the Central Region, Dr Emefa Dadzie, has hinted that the inadequate financial support from the central government will force the hospital to discharge the mentally-ill patients who are receiving treatment at the facility in the near future. Speaking to newsmen after receiving donated items from the […]

Okoe Vanderpuije for President campaign posters out The posters, which bear his photo has the inscription, “Our hope for 2020 Okoe Vanderpuije”

Campaign posters of the former mayor of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije have emerged announcing him as the preferred presidential candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in election 2020. The posters, which bear his photo has the inscription, “Our hope for 2020 Okoe Vanderpuije” but it is unclear whether Alfred Okoe […]

Tow levy: We had to listen to Ghanaians – Sammy Awuku

The National Youth Organizer of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Sammy Awuku has said the decision to discontinue the mandatory tow levy was because Ghanaians did not like it. Speaking to Citi News in Takoradi on the sidelines of an NPP youth programme, Mr Awuku noted that “the Ghanaian people spoke strongly against it [the tow levy] and […]