The Progressive People's Partyâ€™s (PPP) policy advisor Kofi Asamoah Siaw opines that should violence break out over the electoral register, the blame needs to be put squarely at the feet of president Mahama adding the credibility of the register lies rather with the National Identification System.
The Convention Peopleâ€™s Party (CPP) has appointed Yaw Asani Tano, the deputy General Secretary in charge of Administration as the acting General Secretary and Nabila Basiru, the deputy Youth Organiser as Youth Organiser.
AÂ candidate who contested in the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) parliamentary primary for Ofoase Ayirebi constituency in the Eastern Region has defected to the Progressive People's Party (PPP) and predicted that per his works and contribution in the region, he would win by 60 percent.
LawyerÂ for Godwin Ako Gunn, one of the men accused of threatening judges of the Supreme Court on Montie FM,Â Chris Ackumey, believes recent alleged threats on the lives of judges could have been prevented if persons who made similar irresponsible public comments in the past, like Kennedy Agyapong had been duly punished.
Despite suggestions that he has been paid by government officials to support the President John Mahama, popular actor, John Dumelo has disclosed thatÂ he has always been a member of NDC since former President Rawlingsâ€™ administration.
Despite claims by pressure group Let My Vote Count Alliance (LMVCA) that EC boss Charlotte Osei has displayed bias in favour of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), the campaign coordinator for the NDC has cheekily pronounced on Joy News, that even if Nana Addo is made Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC), President John Mahama will be retained by Ghanaians as their leader.
Following the suspension of CPP's National Youth Organiser, Ernesto Yeboah and General Secretary Nii Armah Akronfah for publicly chiding presidential candidate Ivor Greenstreet over the Mahama-Ford saga and the agitation by the partyâ€™s youth on Monday for their reinstatement, Kadril Abdul Rauf believes Samia Nkrumah cannot escape blame.