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Akufo-Addo calls for calm

Another thief
Author: kk
Date: 04-20 02:10 

Another ashanti thief. Ghanaians dont give him a chance.
Who is Nana Ama Karikari?
Author: Pregnant babe
Date: 04-19 21:38 

Nana Akuffo-Addo
As you know I really fell in love with you when you came for the state visit. When I saw you in the carriage, I was horny at once. Then when you held my hands and scratched my palm I knew you were the one. When we fucked each other after the state visit at Landmark hotel,in the toilet downstairs, I had a big, correct, huge multiple orgasm. Then now a few weeks later, I am pregnant ooo. I would love to have your baby (or twin babies) 0 do you want girls or boys? I will have a scan at 24 weeks and let you know. I love you. HMM You are such a good licker of cunt and fucker of twe and arse oo I want more. I am on fire ooo
I would love to fuck you in the castle...i love men in power ooo
give it to me baby.....Nana Ama Karikari, London North - Aben wa ha girl. (in the Kente at the Mall)....the black beauty from Wiamoase....ah ah ah ah ah.. let us get together again. I am missing your dick so much. I know you loved my blow job with the ice-cream on top of your fat dick shoving it in my mouth and up my arse, and when you hit my bum whilst riding I just came////xxx
Re: Akufo-Addo calls for calm
Author: sammy
Date: 04-19 18:46 

no vote for ugle person
beware dear citizens of ghana
Author: onet
Date: 04-19 17:07 

can we ask ourselve why all these people in the npp wants to go for the presidency if not for selfish reasons and ambitions. please let us be reasonable and watchout for these crooks.they re not ready for any progress in the country
Date: 04-19 16:40 

your Party is a Party of hooligans and thieves. Very soon the fight will broke up and they will kicj your ass. Watch out, my brother monkey eater.
Re: Akufo-Addo calls for calm
Author: Asantewa
Date: 04-19 16:29 

THe womanizing shortput fool... asks for calm.... he sghould first of all put his own house in order.... bloody thief.
Re: Akufo-Addo calls for calm
Author: Victor A. Young
Date: 04-19 16:07 

Nana Akuffo-Addo all the way! We as a nation need continuity in development, the experience and the true will to lead the nation and I believe "Nana" is qualified to lead the way to our dream of a prosperous nation and a great one!
The dreaming statesman
Author: Qwame
Date: 04-19 14:30 

Give examples beyond reasonable doubt of 'the charisma, intellect and populism that cut across socialines" as displayed by Akufo-Addo or stop distracting ghanaians with your stories.
A New Leader with huge Acumen
Author: GEE
Date: 04-19 13:56 

NANA AKUFO-ADDO – A NEW LEADER FOR GHANA “We meet today in Sunyani, capital of Brong Ahafo, birthplace of Kofi Abrefa Busia of blessed memory to sign a pact with Destiny. Destiny demands that we choose here not only the man who will be our flag bearer in the great electoral battle of 2000, but also the next president of the Fourth Republic. The masses of our people seek deliverance from the mismanagement of the Rawlings administration and see in our Party the peaceful instrument of their deliverance”.“Can we in the NPP rise to the challenge and serve their needs? Can we then put behind us the era of defeats and disappointments, the era of dejections and frustrations, the era of excuses and explanations for failures of leadership and become winners for a change? For my part I am confident that we can say a firm yes! Yes, we can rise to the challenge and yes we can become winners this time”.The party did rise to the challenge but they did not vote for Nana Akufo-Addo to lead them into the crucial 2000 battle. They chose John Agyekum Kufuor. Eight years after, with President Kufuor’s second and final term ending in December 2008, the race is on for his successor in the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP). Already several Cabinet Ministers have hit the ground running.The one contestant who is seen as the man to beat is Foreign Minister Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, who put up a brave attempt to challenge his senior at the Bar, John Kufuor, to lead the New Patriotic Party in 1998. However, his party is known to be of Liberal Conservatives, who preferred to stick with their already marketed 1996 candidate, John Kufuor. Ironically, for Nana Akufo-Addo, the same tradition of seniority appears to be his trump card today, being the most marketed of the current aspirants.According to Victor Newman, a highly regarded NPP strategist and Chief Patron of FONAA, “Nana Addo has not only served the party with distinction, he has the leadership qualities to win that big electoral challenge in two years time. He is the only ‘complete candidate’. You don’t have to like him. You just have to accept that he is the only one who can deliver, period”. Mr. Newman who has compared the Foreign Minister to Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown as the leader-in-waiting, says “the NPP needs to choose a winnable candidate; someone with vision, proven organizational skills, exceptional dynamism, towering political pedigree and unmatched international exposure, who can unite the party and who will easily be accepted by the rank and file of the party and the swing voters”.Edward Akufo-Addo, his father who became Ghana’s third Chief Justice, was later the President of the Second Republic during the Progress Party government of Prime Minister, Dr. Kofi Abrefa Busia, from 1969 to 1972. His father’s residence, Betty House, in Korle Wokon in downtown Accra, served as the headquarters of the country’s first political party - the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC). Forty years later in1992, his family’s Ringway Hotel became the venue of the weekly press conferences for the NPP. That property was later bombed allegedly by an agent of state security under President Rawlings.What many people do not know is that Nana Akufo-Addo was born in Swalaba, in the backstreets of Accra. He had his primary education at the Government Boys School (Syto) and later Rowe Road School (now Kinbu). He also grew up in Nima where he is widely expected to move back in the coming months. Nana Addo was also a great sportsman. He played alongside Fiifi Atta Mills in the University soccer team at Legon, and also played for Real Republikans. He was later chosen by the legendary Ohene Djan, then Director of the Central Organization of Sports (COS), as administrative secretary of Real Republikans.Ironically, he was a Marxist during his formative years as an Economics student at Legon in the 1960s and had many intellectual battles with his dad, a pillar of the UP. But his father was to have the last laugh in February 1966 as his son was chased out of campus barefooted with socialist friends such as Kweku Mensah (Abel Edusei, CEO of GNPA) and the late J.C Akosa (of Tip Toe Gardens fame), to his house for refuge after the overthrow of Kwame Nkrumah. The old man is said to have just sat in his chair on the verandah laughing as his first born came home panting for cover.The ideological transformation started shortly afterwards when the young Akufo-Addo returned to Europe to continue with his studies and work. And the synergy of his conservatism, liberalism and his short flirtation with socialism is obvious in his long-enduring popular appeal. The substance of this popular appeal is aptly encapsulated in his vision of “Indigenous Capitalism” as the way forward for Ghana’s future. Ghanaians must adopt a “can do will do” attitude towards economic growth, the Foreign Minister has said and he has tremendous confidence in the ability of the Ghanaian.The Foreign Minister is seen as a politician with the charisma, intellect and populism that cut across social lines. Nana Akufo-Addo returned to Ghana after practicing law for five years in France to join the national struggle against military dictatorship. In 1977, at the age of 33, he was the first person to join General (Okatakyie) Akwasi Amankwa Afrifa to oppose Kutu Acheampong’s attempts to form a one-party state under the guise of UNIGOV.Nana Akufo-Addo showed his political organizational skills as General Secretary of the broad-based People’s Movement for Freedom and Justice (PMFJ), which led the successful “No” campaign in the UNIGOV referendum, ultimately bringing about the downfall of Acheampong and the restoration of multiparty democratic rule in the country in 1979.In the 1980s and 1990s, Nana Akufo-Addo used the law courts to defend the Constitution, promote human rights and civil liberties with celebrated cases such as Tuffuor vs. Attorney-General, NPP vs. GBC, etc. Once the veteran nationalist Atakora Gyimah founded the Danquah-Busia Memorial Club in Kumasi, Nana Akufo-Addo became Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Club. It was around this time that his links with the grassroots were further consolidated as he traveled the length and breadth of the country to establish branches of the club, which were to be eventually transformed into local organs of the NPP after the ban on party politics was lifted prior to the elections of 1992.Nana Akufo-Addo can inspire. As spokesperson for the Alliance for Change (AFC), he led the inspirational drive that got a record half a million people on the streets of Accra and Kumasi to demonstrate against the NDC’s economic policies.Nana Akufo-Addo’s resourcefulness is as telling now as it was then. In 1992, when the time came for the newly founded party to organize the First National Delegates Congress to elect its presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo provided the bulk of the funds required. This resourcefulness culminated in his founding membership, youthfulness and organizational skills being employed by Professor Adu Boahen, presidential candidate of the NPP for the 1992 elections, as his campaign manager. Nana Akufo-Addo has been consistent in marketing the NPP not as an elitist party, but as a party committed to bringing the greatest happiness to the greatest number of Ghanaians. In the aftermath of the gargantuan electoral fraud of 1992, Nana Akufo-Addo doubled as the team leader of the group that published the famous Stolen Verdict, whose arguments led to substantial reforms of the electoral system.In 1996, during the first competitive parliamentary elections of the Fourth Republic, Nana Akufo-Addo won the Abuakwa seat against considerable odds. Seen as the man most feared by then President Rawlings, all resources were marshaled to help Nana Akufo-Addo’s cousin, the incumbent Owuraku Amofa, to prevail: anything to prevent this firebrand, intelligent, charismatic and eloquent lawyer and opposition politician from becoming a member of the legislature. The stop-Nana-Addo campaign failed and, since then, he has remained a thorn, perceived or real in the flesh of Rawlings.Nana Akufo-Addo is arguably the most popular living Ghanaian politician of this era after Presidents Kufuor and Rawlings. His background and professional qualities allow him to mix freely with everybody. At the same time, perhaps due to the fact that his father’s imposing house was at the heart of downtown Nima in Accra, Nana Akufo-Addo feels equally at home in the midst of the people. In fact it is said that his father, a royal from Akropong Akuapem, gave up on stopping his son and first born from playing “gutter-to-gutter” (a popular football game) with the ‘Nima boys’. No wonder he was to play football at a higher level years later. Nana is also endowed with charm. He has been known to attract attention from both senior and junior counsel when on his feet at the superior courts of judicature.It was therefore only natural that, after his party won power in December 2000, he was appointed by the President as the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice. He was given the unenviable task to reform the legal system - bastardized after years of military suppression - and to prosecute a myriad of corruption cases against officials of the previous government. Indeed, the first official to be prosecuted and convicted under the NPP was the first Minister of Sports of the new Kufuor administration in 2001. This was followed by a series of high profile cases which led to the conviction of the former NDC Finance Minister Kwame Peprah and others. He was also instrumental in initiating a series of reforms of the legal system and the Ministry of Justice, prominent amongst them being the establishment of the new Commercial Court and the Business Law Division of the Justice Ministry.President Kufuor’s first major cabinet reshuffle in March 2003 took Nana Akufo-Addo to the Foreign Ministry. His eloquence, command of the French language, and powerful negotiation skills made him a brilliant choice to implement President Kufuor’s diplomatic initiatives, the successes of which are self-evident. The image of the country has been considerably enhanced during his tenure as Foreign Minister. Effective involvements in Liberia and Guinea Bissau, and the leading role he is playing as a member of the International Working Group (IWG), whose work is helping to restore peace to troubled Cote d’Ivoire, attest to his excellent diplomatic skills which have raised aloft the diplomatic profile of Ghana.Ghana was elected by her peers ahead of influential countries in the sub-region like Nigeria and Burkina Faso to occupy the West African (non-permanent) seat on the UN Security Council for 2006 – 2007. In 2004, she was elected as one of the pioneer members of the AU Peace and Security Council, a mandate that was renewed at the AU Summit in Khartoum in January 2006. Again, during the recent composition of the new UN Human Rights Council, Ghana was elected with the highest number of votes (183 out of 191) of any country in any region of the world, and, further, she has also been elected one of the pioneer members of another new UN body, Peace-Building Commission, testifying, as anything can, to the great esteem in which the Ghanaian nation is held in the Kufuor-Akufo-Addo foreign policy era. Indeed, Nana Akufo-Addo was the Foreign Minister who was chosen by his colleagues of the AU Executive Council to chair the Ministerial Committee of 15 that fashioned the so-called “Ezulwini Consensus”, Africa’s common position on all aspects of the on-going UN reforms. Moreover, it was he who negotiated for the AU Summit to be held in Accra in 2007, Ghana’s golden jubilee year, as part of the commemorations of Ghana’s 50 years as the first independent nation of the then colonial sub-Saharan Africa.The great respect, which is currently accorded Ghana, has also yielded significant economic dividends for the nation, notably the G-8 inspired cancellation of our multi-lateral debts and the impending access to some US$ 500 million under the Bush Administration MCA facility for the modernization of the country’s agriculture. There are many who say that never since the early, heady days of independence has the flag of Ghana been so high. According to Nana Akufo-Addo, “historically, currently and in the future, the NPP remains the most credible instrument for Ghana’s development. We have the opportunity and the destiny to dominate the democratic, social and economic development of this country for a generation and more importantly, use that opportunity to bring the real benefits of good governance to every citizen in this country. We need to hold on steadfastly to our enviable tradition of courage, conviction, endurance, patience and hard work that has kept us together and striving purposefully ahead all these years. It is therefore important that the party recognizes the paramount need for unity”.He stresses, “The strength of the [Danquah-Busia] tradition is not something that just happened. This is a tradition that has known struggle since the UGCC days almost sixty years ago. From the movement and agitation to independence, through opposition to all forms and manner of oppressive rule till today, where the struggle now is mainly to erect fully pillars of accountable governance, the rule of law, respect for human rights, create jobs and grow skills of our people for them to take full economic advantage of the conducive environment we are building”.Nana Akufo-Addo, the three-term MP, underscores the fact that John Agyekum Kufuor has so far been the most successful leader of the Danquah-Busia tradition. “Yes, we have had great leaders like J.B. Danquah, K.A. Busia, Victor Owusu, Paa Willie, Adu Boahen and others but it is President Kufuor who has led this party to two consecutive electoral victories and with increased margins. He remains, for us, the embodiment of the NPP’s political maturity”. He sees a “wonderful and necessary opportunity” for the NPP to remain in power “for another thirty years” and he says it with ironic reference to his party’s three decades in opposition before 2001. His reason is simple: “we have heard the opposition. They have constantly proved that they have nothing to offer. It is obvious that the NPP project - the development of our society in freedom - is the only project in town. The prospect of a return of a Rawlings-controlled NDC - unfortunately the only viable opposition - does not appeal to the broad masses of our people and God willing, will not happen. But God will help those who help themselves and we have a heavenly duty not to fall asleep and allow this great nation’s destiny to be sidetracked once again”.He describes the Kufuor administration as “a transforming force”. The government has radically widened the frontiers of good governance, with greater press freedom, a more structural attack against corruption, unprecedented macro-economic stability and more investment in the social sector especially health and education - with the setting up of a national health insurance scheme and the implementation of free compulsory primary education and greater emphasis on human resource development. Yet, despite all the good showings of the government, an orchestrated propaganda that “there is no money in the pocket” has been mounted.To his eager supporters he says “I have not changed the view that I expressed at my vetting last year. The most effective foundation for a successful tilt at the presidency by an NPP candidate in 2008 will be the good performance of the Kufuor government between now and then. If the government delivers on its promise of improving the social and economic conditions of the mass of our people, which it can, the work of the candidate would be considerably lightened. That then is where I want to put my energies for now - helping build a Kufuor legacy for 2008. It should be the aim for all of us”.With the opposition concentrating on negative propaganda against the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo’s campaign words of 1998 will strike a cord when the race to lead the party opens. He told delegates at the time, “The youth of our country have no confidence in Ghana. It is a tragedy we need to correct because a country which has lost the confidence of its youth is a country without a future. I am certain that I will be able to assemble and harness the best talents within the party and nation at large, both at home and in the Diaspora to form a government of which we can all be proud. That government will not only deliver on the promise of economic prosperity and the consolidation of democracy but will also be sufficiently secured to be able to govern”. He further emphasized “I for my part will do everything possible to promote our unity and will ensure that if indeed I am your choice today all my fellow aspirants will work hand-in-glove with me to realize the vision of the pioneers of our movement who fought to build a free, just and prosperous society in this corner of Africa. It is our party that has emerged to carry forward the goals of that tradition into the new millennium. Much as this generation is impatient with the failures and defeats of the past, it nevertheless recognizes the immense contribution that the pioneers and their successors by their sacrifices and martyrdom have made towards the development of democracy in our Republic. Their work shall not be in vain”.
Author: Jonathan Gazetsorla
Date: 04-19 13:05 

'Nana Akufo-Addo had earlier toured 26 constituencies of the Region... "

THE AKUFFO GIRLS from 1998!!!!
Author: Amma Kwakyewaa/Nkawkaw
Date: 04-19 12:46 

Akuffo´s CV,Please !!!!!!!!!!!
Author: Kwame Amoafo/London
Date: 04-19 12:38 

Liah, liah, lies
Author: Nana Oheneba K.
Date: 04-19 11:49 

How can you see the performance of this government has been the best since independence?

He thinks he speaks to children.
Author: Hard
Date: 04-19 11:14 

Keep it up Nana, We are solidly behind you.Infact I mean the discerning youth of our party are ready to work for your victory come 2008 and 2009.
Author: Winfred............Canada
Date: 04-19 11:03 

What this liar is talking about, you've started some of your dirt tricks of twisting words.

Why can't you mention the party in which when one person speaks everybody obey...coward wanted to be a president.

Your people can continue to vote for power not for purpose, the rest of Ghanaians are not fools. THEY KNOW YOU ARE FLIP-FLOPPERS, LIARS AND TWISTERS.
Date: 04-19 10:32 

Akuffo Addo had now seen the light. He was among a group of people that denied the presidential leadership of the late Victor Owusu in the 1979 elections, but Victor managed to keep the party together and much stronger to allow him to have a position today. And Akuffo Addo is saying what? We are watching from afar. kwaku kyeretwie singapore.........
Akufo Addo calls for calm
Author: Chris Adjei
Date: 04-19 10:22 

Another crook
Dan Botweis the best for us
Author: NPP
Date: 04-19 09:57 

I think Dan Botwe is the best because he has got fresh ideas. Performance and ability be have like quadratic curve. Too young or old perform bad from evidence across the world. K4 is example of effect of old age.
Author: Blessings
Date: 04-19 09:42 

NPP is "not a 'kasapreko’ kind of party"; but has Akuffo Addo also heard that "too many hands in the soup, spoils the broth?"

We live to see!!!
The Best Leader
Author: Kwaawusu Toronto
Date: 04-19 09:35 

Ghanaians at this century are sick and tired of old ideas that stand us still..

We need the best leader to lead the Nation I prefer Dr Arthur Kennedy bcos.he stands neutra..
Nana can be the senior minister have to quide...
Big Willy, Get Jiggy with it
Author: Ivor Agyeman-Duah
Date: 04-19 09:34 

Hello all

I am now really happy that finally my brother in law is going to be exposed for the fucking big dick that he is. Screwing all these women without wearing a condom and exposing Madam Tess at risk. Mama Tess please tell us what happened to the cocaine? Is the Daasebre Gyamenah one part of it?? It will be checked ooo. Please come out with the truth. YOu will know the truth and the truth shall set you free. Mama Tess anaa? You and Konadu share some things.. Pride ooo Nana President....wo koti kakraka...Somu mame anaa. Ivor. London
President Kuffour
Author: K'dua girl - Akosua Nyame
Date: 04-19 09:31 

Mr President Kufuor

PLease let us know whether you fucked the Iranian woman and whether you have twin boys with this Arab?? How do you fee about the secrets she has revealed to the Blair Government? And the secrets she has told them about the Nuclear agenda?// Oniipaa ye bad. Eye me k'dua flowers. Wo kae me annnaaa. Somu ma me anaaa?

Ghana fuo men and boys you do not respect your wives and you do not respect women. Hmm we shall see. We shall see. Woman power, bottom power, woman power annaaaa
Missing Cocain oooo
Author: Daasebre Gyamenah
Date: 04-19 09:28 

Me se
daakye mo be kae me.
Oshewo yi me da prison ha oo
Ei. NPP fuo mo were fi me anaaa?

Still I love you. Please my fans, please campaign for my release and I will promise you a best song. Daasebre Gyamenah, menka wheee. Mo were firi me anaaa?

OOOO OOOO OOOO Onipa embra prison ha ooo. Wormwood scrubbs ewo hammersmith haa ooo
Du Cane Road oooo
London W12 000 near Hammersmith Hospital oo

Me hearing no ye 8 May 2007 ewo
Isleworth Crown Court oooo
Obiara embra oooo
eye Michael Jackson anka monyinara mo be ba anaaa

Eyi, obaa embra, obeema embra.. Meya abodam wo ha oooooo

Mr President wo wo ho annnaaaaa???
Onipa ye bad...
Nana ooo Nana ooooo
Author: Victoria Boafo, Florida
Date: 04-19 09:25 

I believe you are winning all the way, with your bald head and ugly looks. The women abroad think you need an afro wig or a toupe and that you are too short. Have you also got a short and powerful dick? Oyiwaa Police Abaaa, Akonti.
Emaa to enkoaa ana odi bo.

Odi be bomi anaaa
Fa be wo so saaaa

Saa de noaa na me pe
Saa de noaa na wo pe.
Castle ho noa ebeye gwe oo
osesegwe oooooo

Ha ha haaaa
Best Govt. since ind? A JOKER!
Author: Okpoti
Date: 04-19 09:24 

How on Earth can the NPP government be the best since independence? What main national infrstructure can they point to their credit? Heve they not read of the achievements of Dr Nkrumah in infrastructure building? And the many that the NDC government left for them to consolidate? Is it the current apalling power outstages that are causing great damage to our manaufacturing industries and the poor people of Ghana that make the NPP govt.the best since independence? This must be a really silly JOKE!! Cry, our Beloved Ghana; but don't worry; help is at hand in 2008.
Still I love you
Author: Abrochie baaa papabi
Date: 04-19 09:23 


Wo kaa se wo pe me paa
Mere twen wo ooo
aben wa ha

Nana Kyerewaa Amoakoa, Ofori Atta Nana
Calm, calm please
Author: Still waters
Date: 04-19 09:21 

Nana OOO
Nana ooo
Dasebre oo
Nana nie
Daasebre nie
Nana nie
Cocaine nie
Nanan nie
Weed nie
Nana nie
Missing cocaine nie
Nana nie
eye for personal use ooo nie
Nana ooo
Nana oo

Nana Hemaa Dokua nie
Ogye enkrofuo kunu nie
Nana oo
Akyem fuo nie
Nana nana nana.///////xxxxxx
emmaaa nie
yes, yes, yes, aaaaahhh
Nana OO, Nana OO, Nana OOO
Author: Nana Abaabase, Norway oooo
Date: 04-19 09:19 


I will not be voting for you. You are too promiscuous - therefore likely to sell state secrets to your numerous lovers - big security risk.. Secondly, we all know that you have dabbled in drugs - even to the extent of daring to bring some to the UK and then upon being caught you claimed it was for personal use. Perhaps if Daasebre had had the wits about him and said his few kilos of coke was for personal use, we will not be going for a re-trial on 8 May. Only God Knows whether he will be convicted - and yet he is innocent. What is your govt. doing about Daasebre Gyamenah? Look at what Michael Jackson's fans and the Americans did for him when he was in trouble. A far more heinous crime. Nana, clear your name. As for your aunt, Nana Hemmaa Dokuaa of WBLS and Rainbow radio, she is cheap, talks like a prostitute and acts like a lesbian or bi-sexual. Is this the image we want to portray to the outside world. Tell her to shut up for she is disgracing you. Telling the whole world about Ghanaian immigration connections and arranging illegal marriages for people so they can get their papers...You will all be exposed one by one. By their deeds ye shall know them. Jesus Christ. Why did you not prosecute Rawlings when you were Attorney General. What have you achieved as Foreign Minister. Why were you eyeing the "Aben wa ha" girls when you came to London recently on a state visit? Did you really take Nana Ama Karikari to your room? Tell us please. Are you fit to be president? Why did you go to JJ Rawlings' bedroom? Did he give you a stiff one? Are you both bi-sexual or is it the drugs that make you want rough sex????? Ha Ha Haa
RE: Akufo-Addo and populism?
Author: Anthony Kumah
Date: 04-19 09:10 

Is that what will win him the day? Populism? Nonsense!!! Ghana deserves a leader with a better quality than populism in the 21st century.
Aliu Mahama all the way
Author: Oposini
Date: 04-19 08:34 

A Addo stop wasting your money, Vice win one touch
Author: kwams
Date: 04-19 08:19 

He is good but Alan is better,Alan stands tall among all of them!!!!
Author: Alomo
Date: 04-19 08:19 

NPP party is a 'kasapreko’ kind of party where when one person speaks, everybody else obeys"

It is indeed Kasapreko Party!!!
Akufo-Addo calls for calm
Author: Alibaba
Date: 04-19 08:13 

Aliu Mahama all the way to the new presidencial palace

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