Ghanaians commended for political tolerance

Most Reverend Dr Daniel Yinkah Sarfo, Archbishop of the Internal Province of Ghana, the Anglican Church, has commended Ghanaians for their political tolerance exhibited before and after the Supreme Court’s verdict on the 2012 Election Petition. He said this had proven to the outside world, Ghana’s maturity in democratic dispensation. He made this known when…

Bunkprugu food kills pregnant woman

pregnant woman is reported dead as a result of the floods which swept through some communities in the Bunkprugu/Yunyoo district of the Northern Region on Saturday. According to the NPP Member of Parliament for Bunkprugu, Solomon Boah, the said pregnant woman bled to death due to inaccessibility to the road linking Bunkprugu to the Nalerigu Baptist Medical Centre…

Prez Mahama Condemns Attacks on Judges; Calls for Ceasefire!

President John Dramani Mahama has waded into the brouhaha over the allegations of political bias leveled against some judges of the Supreme Court, describing the attacks as unnecessary. The president said there was need for the nation to put the judgment of the nine-member panel on the election petition behind it and focus on building…

Verdict was corrupt judgment?

Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko says Thursday’s verdict on the election petition case was a “farcical” and “corrupt judgment”. “This was a corrupt judgment, and I say so without apologies”, the Danquah Institute Executive Director wrote on his facebook wall. Mr. Othcere-Darko, a cousin to the 2012 presidential candidate of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP),…