Former President Jerry John Rawlings has for the first time in many years opened up on why he despises his own party, the National Democratic Congress, claiming that leading members of the ruling party stopped him from holding onto to power after his constitutional eight years mandate came to an end in 2000.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari, who marks one year in office on 29 May, has battled endemic corruption in government, an insurgency in the north by militant Islamists, a resumption of conflict in the oil-rich south and a worsening economic situation.
The Electricity Company of Ghana has condemned the political mischief by some politicians and a section of the media suggesting the NDC government has smuggled in pre-paid meters and installed them for its supporters at the blind side of the Company.
To avoid a repetition of last year’s devastating floods that claimed several human lives and damaged properties worth millions of cedis, Zoomlion Ghana Limited has joined forces international and local celebrities to fight the mountain of filth responsible for the disaster.
Having lost the trust of former President John Agyekum Kufuor and his ‘army’ of admirers, and now feverishly struggling to be roped into the fold of his once fiercest political adversary, Nana Akufo-Addo, former Trade Minister in the New Patriotic Party government, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten, according to a political analyst, may only be pressing the self-destruction bottom.