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Following the resignation of Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsufrom his role in Ghana’s Parliament, his Deputy, Alexander Kwamena Afenyo-Markin is likely to take up the role. Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu announced his resignation during a meeting held between the Majority Caucus and President Nana Akufo-Addo at the Jubilee House, the official Seat of Government. The meeting was ostensibly to dialogue and build consensus among the Caucus, leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the Presidency on a possible restructuring of the composition of the current Leadership of the Majority. Deep-throats in attendance at the meeting said after the usual protocol courtesies and exchange…

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The Inspector General of Police Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has been ordered to, with immediate effect, suspend an upcoming 53rd Cadet Course for Senior Police Officers over “damning discoveries”. A confidential letter of directive to the IGP signed by Interior Minister, Henry Quartey, said the upcoming senior officers course on Sunday, 25th February 2024, at the National Police Academy and Training School which the IGP had ordered should be put on hold. This latest development comes after similar “issues” surrounding the 51st Officer Cadet Training under IGP Dampare which caught the attention of the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP)…

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In order to achieve good governance and sustainable development, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has tasked Dr. Evans Aggrey-Darko, the newly appointed head of the Ghana Civil Service, to make the service more efficient, creative, accountable, and result-oriented. He stated that the effectiveness and efficiency of the civil service will be the primary determinant of the nation’s economic transformation and resurrection. As a result to effectively coordinate institutions and society, the Ghanaian Civil Service must operate as a contemporary organization that changes and adapts over time. In order to meet the government’s objectives for development, social progress, and the economy, it…

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All Members of Parliament on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) have been marshaled for an emergency meeting with President Nana Akufo-Addo at the Banquet Hall of the Seat of Government- Jubilee House, tonight; this portal can state on good authority. Insiders say the meeting was originally to have been held on Tuesday but the President’s tight schedules compelled a postponement to tonight. Deep-throats say among the list of topics on the agenda for the meeting would be a dialogue and consensus building on the composition of a new leadership for the Majority Caucus of the current Parliament.…

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One person is dead while vehicles have been burnt in a violent clash between Osino Presby Senior High Technical students and Nsuapemso residents in the Fanteakwa South District of the Eastern Region. Police presence has been beefed up in the school to avoid reprisal attack. The students of the Osino Presby Senior High Technical school allegedly beat up a student of the Nsutem Senior High Technical School on Monday February 19th on account of existing tension between the two schools. Efforts by relatives of the Nsutem Senior High Technical student to hold the assailants from the Osino Presby Senior High…

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The Minister for Communications and Digitalisation and Member of Parliament for Ablekuma West Constituency, Hon. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has disclosed that 1010 rural telephony sites have been constructed by February 2024, out of a total of two thousand and sixteen expected sites. The project, according to the Minister, forms part of the New Patriotic Party’s effort to enhance digitalisation in the country and also to drive the extension of mobile telephony nationwide, especially where the internet is not accessible. READ ALSO: Ursula Owusu responds to rumors of becoming running mate for Bawumia Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful, during a press briefing at the Ministry of…

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Lady Rev. Dr. Nana Yaa Prempeh, who heads Authority Bible Church, has asked ladies to only agree to marry a man when they have seen the man’s penis. She is of the view that in recent times, women are leaving marriages because the bedmatics is nothing to write home about. To her, it is imperative that woman have an idea of what they are going to meet in the bedroom before they decide to settle with any man. “I want to caution the women who think that when you have a thick, tall man, it means he has an enjoyable…

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It is ridiculous that a government that was incompetent at handling the country’s supply of electricity, a situation which led to the collapse of several thousands of day time business says it should be voted back into office, to this time round, run a 24-hour economy, Samuel Abu Jinapor, Member of Parliament for the Damongo Constituency has stated. Jinapor, who doubles as the Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, has asked the Ghanaian electorate to assess for themselves whether indeed, former Presient John Mahama, who seeks to re-elected as President has what it takes to implement a 24-hour economy based…

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The highly regarded, charismatic, and booming RoyalHouse Chapel International, which has its main office in Accra, has released a statement officially refuting claims made by others that its founder defiled a 5-year-old girl and used her blood for church growth rites. Apostle General Sam Korankye Ankrah, the head of the Church, has come under a sustained and continuous series of allegations published mostly on social media, that for he had sexually abused a 5-year old minor who once upon a time stayed with him and that that said sexual misconduct travelled or a period of 5 years. “The Church views…

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But for the swift intervention of the Deputy Majority Leader, Alexander Afenyo-Markin, a self-confessed trained karatist, Kennedy Agyapong could have most likely left his college MP, Sylvester Tetteh with some broken ribs and a dislocated jaw bone. Sylvester Tetteh narrowly escaped the beatings and flying kicks which was to have happened right in the Plenary of Ghana’s Parliament at a time other sitting was in session and legislators were on their feet making meaningful contributions. Someway, somehow, the drama seems to have escaped the eyes of the First Deputy Speaker, Joe Osei Owusu who was presiding in the absence of…

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