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Family members even quarrel but let’s unite and win this election - Nana Addo

Leader of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo has advised members and leaders of the party to realise there would be disagreements in any family but for the task awaiting the NPP in this year’s election, everyone should make it a point to offer every resource they wield so the party and his good self can win the December’s presidential and parliamentary election.

Bulenga Naa endorses Akufo-Addo, honours him with chieftaincy title

The Paramount Chief of the Chakale Traditional Area in the Wa East Constituency of the Upper West Region, Bulenga Naa Seidu Nawalogne IV has endorsed the 2016 presidential candidate of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

#Election 2016: 6 key strengths of Mahama vs Akufo-Addo

Anticipating a tight race in December, the National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s President John Mahama and the New Patriotic Party (NPP)’s Nana Akufo-Addo’s are trying to weaken each other’s appeal among floating voters.

Minority's timing of Ford Gift investigation wrong – Pelpuo

The Member of Parliament for Wa Central, Rashid Pelpuo, has rebuked the Minority in Parliament  over its unsuccessful attempt to get President John Mahama investigated by Parliament  for his receipt of the Ford Expedition gift from a Burkinabe contractor in 2012.

Mention names of bribe givers or I'll write to CHRAJ - Twum Boafo tells Prof Martey

Executive Secretary of Ghana Free Zones Board, Kojo Twum Boafo has threatened to officially write to the police and CHRAJ to investigate Right Reverend Professor Emmanuel Martey's claims that he rejected a bribe from a politician if the outgoing Presby Moderator failed to mention the name of the person he was accusing.

Afoko to retire from mainstream politics in 2021

Suspended National Chairman of the NPP, Paul Awemtami Afoko has revealed that he will be retiring from active politics by 2021. He said in five years he would scale down his involvement in politics. 

11 Volta NDC Executives threaten to boycott new office opening, set to resign from party

Eleven members of the Volta Regional Executive Committee (REC) of the ruling National Democratic Congress including Regional Treasurer, Regional Vice Chairman, Deputy Regional Organizer, Deputy Regional Women Organizer and the Deputy Regional Youth Organizer have served notice they would resign en masse if leadership of the party at the national level do not contain the destructive activities of the Volta Regional Chairman and Regional Secretary of the party.