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NDC yet to finalize date for membership registration – Kofi Adams

Kofi Adams

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), is set to finalize modalities that will see to the review of the party’s biometric register. The party at its Unity Walk on Thursday announced that it will scrap its biometric register to pave way for re-registration. This was part of the many recommendations by the Kwesi Botchwey ...

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We’ll reverse Founder’s Day to September 21 if … – Kofi Adams


Should the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) win back power in the future, indications are that it will reverse the changes the governing New Patriotic Party plans to make to Founder’s Day, which is observed on Kwame Nkrumah’s birthday. The NDC, known for its support for Nkrumaist ideals, deems this move as an attempt to distort Ghana’s by enforcing the idea ...

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NDC to demonstrate tomorrow over ‘Aug. 4 Founders Day’ proposal


The opposition National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) celebration of the now Kwame Nkrumah Memorial day on September 21, will include a protest march to register its displeasure with the New Patriotic Party government’s proposal to make August 4 Founders Day. The NDC feels this is an attempt to distort history and force on Ghanaians “some founders.” “Any attempt to force on ...

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NDC must restore its integrity before 2020 – Rawlings


Founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Jerry John Rawlings, believes his party must redeem its image in the eyes of Ghanaians if it is to stand a chance in 2020 elections. Coming off its comprehensive defeat in the 2016 elections, Mr. Rawlings said a cleanup and the “restoration of our integrity” is paramount. “We don’t like to hear it, but I keep ...

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Free SHS: NPP intentionally left some students behind – Minority


The New Patriotic Party (NPP) government only budgeted for 85 percent of the Basic Education Certificate Education graduates in for its free secondary education policy, according to the Minority in Parliament. The Minority, which has been accusing the NPP of being hypocritical in its implementation of the Free SHS policy, noted that this was at odds with its pledge to ...

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Free SHS: Apologize for ‘snubbing’ continuing students – Minority


The New Patriotic Party (NPP) government should be apologizing to Ghanaians for its inability to fully implement the free secondary education policy as promised over the years, the Minority in Parliament has stated. The Minority, at a press conference on Monday, said: “if the NPP had any modicum of respect for the good people of Ghana, they should at the ...

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NDC lost for Ghanaians to see NPP’s deception – Mahama

John Mahama

Former President John Mahama has consoled members of his party –the National Democratic Congress (NDC) over their humiliating defeat in the 2016 general elections. According to him, it was good the party lost so Ghanaians could “feel the deceptive nature of the…NPP.” “It is not for nothing that God asked us to step aside, if God hadn’t let us step ...

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NDC unity health walk held in Tamale [Photos]


The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has today [Saturday] kick started its agenda 2020 campaign strategy in Tamale with a mammoth health walk christened, “Unity wins.” Thousands of NDC loyalists and sympathizers of the party participated in the event led by former President John Dramani Mahama. The event was also to indicate that the NDC was more united and poised ...

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NDC group angry over Mahama’s upcoming unity walk


Members of a pro-National Democratic Congress (NDC) group, Action Movement, are livid over a supposed unity walk being organized by former President John Mahama. John Mahama is kick starting his regional unity walk in Tamale in the Northern Region on Saturday. “I’ll be participating in a unity walk in my home region tomorrow [Saturday]. Tamale alone can draw out millions ...

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Ghanaians are no longer patriotic – John Mahama

John Dramani Mahama

Patriotism, which in the past was a dominant trait among Ghanaians has become deficient in recent times. Former President John Mahama, who made the assertion said Ghanaians now think about their families first and relegate national issues that require patriotism to the background. “…Nationalism and patriotism have become very deficient in Ghana today. Absolutely nobody thinks about the country first; ...

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