Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo said President John Dramani Mahama is engaging in politics of deceit and the biggest threat to the future of the nation.
The Electoral Commissioner, Charlotte Osei says having received the nomination papers of presidential and parliamentary aspirants, the commission has set to work vetting the candidates to decide whether they are eligible to appear on the ballot.
Member of Parliament for Bantama in the Ashanti Region, Henry Kwabena Kokofu has denied media reports suggesting that he was resigning from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in order to contestÂ the December 7, polls as an independent candidate.
The National Chairman of Peoples National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah has commended the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) for their boldness in conducting and completing an investigation of conflict of interest regarding the presidency.
The suspended National Youth Organizer of the Convention Peopleâ€™s Party (CPP), Ernesto Yeboah, has described his partyâ€™s flagbearer, Kobina Ivor Greenstreet, as a personÂ who condones corruption and hence does not qualify to lead Ghana.
The GHÂ¢50,000 and GHÂ¢10,000 fee set for presidential and parliamentary hopefuls hasnâ€™t only rubbed badly on the Progressive Peopleâ€™s Party but also on other parties including the former First Lady, Konadu Agyemang Rawlings.
The Policy Advisor to the Progressive Peoples Party, Kofi Asamoah Siaw has noted that the report by the Commission of Human Right and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) was a failed attempt to cover the misconduct of President John Mahama.
It was a curious affair at the Electoral Commission Headquarters in Accra when the chairman of the Progressive Peopleâ€™s Party (PPP) filed the nomination papers of its presidential candidate, Paa Kwesi Ndoum on deadline date today but curiously added the GHÂ¢50,000 charged fee they disputed leading to a suit they filed at the Accra High Court.