Tag Archives: 2012

NPP Will Not Eject Street Hawkers and Vendors


NPP REACTS TO CIRCULATION OF FAKE AKUFO-ADDO TAPE

It has come to the notice of the NPP Campaign Office that some shameless and unscrupulous person are circulating a fake recording purported to be the voice of our Presidential Candidate, Nana Akufo Addo threatening to eject street hawkers and vendors upon winning the election this December.

We wish to emphatically state that the said recording is fake and certainly not that of Nana Akufo-Addo. No such thing will happen under the Presidency of Nana Akufo Addo.

It can never be the intention of an NPP government to throw out people who are putting in an honest day’s work to make an honest living for themselves and their families. Continue reading

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AKUFO-ADDO: “PRESIDENT MILLS HAS FAILED GHANAIANS”


The 2012 Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo, has described the performance of President Mills as “weak”, leading to the widespread hardships that the Ghanaian people are facing under his watch.

The NPP leader was addressing scores of people in Shama on Thursday, when he took his ‘hope restoration’ tour to the Western Region.

“President Mills has turned his back on the people, failing to fulfill all the promises he made to them” Nana Addo said.

Nana Akufo-Addo said instead of focusing on improving the welfare of the people, President Mills and his NDC government have been busy enriching themselves.

He questioned how President Mills can continue to say he cares for the people when he has lost touch with their concerns. Continue reading

Martin Amidu points to massive rot at A-G’s office


Former Attorney General Martin Amidu is challenging claims the state sought to settle out of court an amount of 1.5 billion dollars being demanded by African Automobile Limited for some cross country vehicles they imported for government in 2001.

The former A-G insists he had no knowledge of the supposed attempt to make any out of court settlement even though he was in office at the time.

Mr. Amidu in his latest statement also suggests massive rot at his former office and points to a Supreme Court ruling that has serious implications for African Automobile’s claims about contractual relations with the state. Continue reading

Bawumia to NDC: Stop the Propaganda and Develop the Zongo Communities


The 2012 Vice Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has chided the NDC for what he calls “cheap propaganda” in the zongo communities aimed at destroying the NPP.

He said “the propaganda will not put food on their tables and it will not take their children to school.”

Dr Bawumia observed that “during elections, members and leaders of the NDC come round the zongos to tell lies about the NPP, only to win the elections and abandon you, and that worries me a lot.”

He said the NDC have no clue as to how to manage Ghana’s economy to create jobs for the people and have therefore resorted to telling lies and engaging in vile propaganda against the NPP. Continue reading

AKUFO-ADDO COMMENDS PRESIDENT OUATTARA FOR ROLE IN RESOLUTION OF MALI CRISIS


HIS EXCELLENCY MR. ALLASSANE OUATTARA

PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LA COTE DÍVOIRE/ CHAIRMAN OF THE ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES

Excellency,
I, along with millions across the globe, have been greatly inspired by the swift, resolute and principled manner in which ECOWAS leaders have sought to reverse the illegal disruption of Mali’s constitutional order by elements of the military. Through your bold initiatives, the credibility and richly-deserved prestige of ECOWAS have been considerably enhanced, and our shared commitment to democracy and rule of law further strengthened. Continue reading

NPP WISHES THE PEOPLE OF GHANA HAPPY 55TH INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY


On behalf of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, our 2012 Presidential Candidate, the leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) wishes the government and people of Ghana a happy independence anniversary.

Today marks 55 years of self rule, since the struggle for independence commenced by our forebears in our quest to liberate our people and our country from colonial rule and most importantly to entrench the rights and liberties of the Ghanaian people, development in freedom and economic empowerment to steering our beloved country to higher heights.

As we celebrate how far we have come, as a nation, it is important to reflect on our history as a people, our attitudes, our culture, our vision, our commitment to nation building and above all the democracy we have over the years set forth to consolidate. Continue reading

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