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Fighting Child Abuse With Social Justice And Education


Hajia Nadia Abbas Alhassan IV, the founder of the Nadisco Foundation, an NGO dedicated to aiding the underprivileged, has stated that child labour is still a widespread problem that is closely linked to social injustice, poverty, and illiteracy.

“Child labour is not just a simple problem with a single solution, it is deeply rooted in the socio-economic challenges that many communities face, and eradicating it requires a comprehensive strategy that addresses these underlying issues,” she said.

In a phone conversation with the Ghanaian Times yesterday, Hajia Alhassan IV—a fervent supporter of women’s and children’s rights—emphasized the need for a comprehensive strategy to solve the complex issues surrounding child labour. Hajia Alhassan IV emphasized that education is a key component in the fight against child labour and that it should be made available to all children, especially those living in underdeveloped areas, at no cost.

Education she said not only empowered children but also diminishes the economic pressures that often drive families to rely on child labour as a means of survival.

Legislation and enforcement, according to her, also play a crucial role in eradicating the menace.

She therefore called for the strengthening of laws that prohibit child labor, establishing minimum working ages, and regulating working conditions.

However, she stressed that effective law enforcement was equally vital to ensure compliance and deter exploitative practices.

Hajia Alhassan IV further underscored the significance of poverty alleviation as a key strategy in addressing the root causes of child labour.

“By implementing programmes that reduce poverty, create economic opportunities for families, and ensure fair wages for adults, the economic necessity for child labour can be alleviated.”

“Social protection programmes, including cash transfers and access to healthcare, also provide vital support to vulnerable families, reducing the need for children to work, ” she added.

According to Hajia Alhassan IV, raising awareness and advocating for children’s rights at all levels, remained crucial in the fight against child labour.

“By highlighting the negative consequences of child labour and mobilising support for eradication efforts, progress can be made in safeguarding the rights of children globally,” she said.

In the complete strategy to end the intolerable practice, she also emphasized the significance of supply chain openness, community engagement, monitoring and reporting procedures, and international cooperation.

Story By: Prince-Maxwell

National Chief Imam to golden jubilee anniversary in October 


National Chief Imam to golden jubilee anniversary in October 

Baring any unforeseen circumstances, the National Chief Imam,Sheikh Uthman Nuhu Sharubutu will mark fifty years of his reign by October, 2023.

In view of that,the Office of the National Chief Imam has compiled valuable history and cultural significance in relation to his fifty-year reign.

The historical events that heralded the movement by the National Chief Imam from Old Fadama resident to his new location-New Fadama, the first Ghanaian National Chief Imam was Sheikh Imam Muhammad Mazanwaje Abass who held the mantle of leadership of the Ghanaian Muslim community (Ummah) until he answered the call of his maker on the 16th October 1973.

The next to have succeeded Sheikh Muhammad Mazanwaje Abass was Sheikh Mukhtar Abass who happens to be his first son, after the movement from Old Fadama to the New Fadama, being the headquarters of the current Chief Imam Sheikh Uthman Nuhu Shararubutu who succeeded Sheikh Muktar Abass, his cousin. 

The crux of the golden year anniversary celebration is centered on the movement from Old Fadama to New Fadama, an even event which took place exactly sixty years ago under the leadership of the first National Chief Imam of Ghana; Sheikh Imam Muhammad Mazanwaje Abass. 

His successor was Sheikh Imam Mukhtar Abass, who also handed over the baton to the current chief imam sheikh Uthman Nuhu Sharubutu 

The fifty years anniversary is under the theme: “The relocation of Old Fadama to New Fadama:Sixty years ago”.

To properly situate the importance of the movement of the first national Chief Imam of Ghana from Old Fadama to the current location of New Fadama, historically old Fadama is an informal settlement occupying 31.3 hectares of land along the Odaw River and Korle Lagoon in Central Accra. 

It became a home to a population of roughly 80,000 inhabitants who were mainly traders. 

Majority of the traders were migrants from across Ghana as well as other neighbouring West African countries. 

The name Fadama was derived by the first settler on the land the very first National Chief Imam of Ghana Sheikh Muhammad Mazanwaje Abass an Islamic scholar from Northern Nigeria who came to Northern Ghana and later traveled to settle at Old Fadama, which named it Fadama as a water area. 

The community has existed sixty years after it moved from its original location of Old Fadama near the Komkomba market in Accra to the current location of New Fadama

The Islamic religion is fast growing in Ghana and is found in every nook and cranny of the country . The office of the chief Imam is very central and occupies an important centre stage in Ghana. The office, the national chief imam, is not meant to necessarily represent any Islamic sector in Ghana.

The holder of the office represents the Ghanaian Muslim community in national affairs and build bridges between the country’s many faith and support development programmes that sensitize people to their social responsibilities.

it must be noted that the office of the national chief imam or what is popularly called the grand mufti of Ghana or simply the chief imam is a de factor title for the highest Muslim religious authority in Ghana

Sheikh uthman Nuhu Sharubutu has been at the helm of affairs as chief imam since 1993 to date. Historically, he succeeded sheikh muktar Abass, who in turn succeeded the first ever national chief imam sheikh muhammad Mazanwaje Abass. The current chief imam uthman Nuhu Sharubutu is a nephew to the first ever Ghanaian chief imam sheikh muhammad Mazanwaje abbas


National Chief Imam to golden jubilee anniversary in October 



  1. I Shall protect the Public Purse.
  2. I am too old to steal your money, I have my money already…
  3. Yɛte sikaso nso ɛkɔm de yɛn… It’s rather true today!
  4. Try me and see.
  5. I am not corrupt and will never be corrupt.
  6. I can develop Ghana without borrowing, the money is here.
  7. I will transform Ghana in 18 months.
  8. I will not operate a family and friends government.
  9. My wife will not distribute contracts.
  10. I will fight corruption with the Anas principle.
  11. I will make the Kole lagoon and Odo river a tourist site.
  12. I will build a factory in every district.
  13. I will give each constituency $1m every year.
  14. I will arrest the dollar.
  15. The hikes in fuel prices will be a thing of the past.
  16. I will make Accra the cleanest city in Africa.
  17. I will build 111 hospitals in 18 months.
  18. I will build 350 Secondary Schools.
  19. Those who want to make money can join the private sector not my government.
  20. We will never go to the IMF for a bailout.


“I will not operate a family and friends government”.


  1. Nana Asante Bediako: president Akuffo Addo’s cousin, Executive secretary to the president.
  2. Kofi Darko Asante: father of Asante Bediako, Chairman of GIMPA council.
  3. Mrs. Vida Asante mother of Asante Bediako, Head of president Household.
  4. Kwesi Kuutu Asante: Brother of Nana Asante Bediako, member, Ghana Hostel Board.
  5. Lauretta Otchere: sister of Nana Asante Bediako, Deputy Director General at SSNIT.
  6. Ken Ofori Atta: president Akufo Addo’s cousin, minister of finance.
  7. Samuel Atta Ayea: president Akufo Addo’s cousin, minister, works and housing.
  8. Kwesi Amoako Atta: president Akufo Addo’s cousin, minister of road and highways.
  9. Gyankroma Akufo Addo: Daughter of president Akufo Addo, Board member, creative Arts council.
  10. Duke Ofori Atta: president Akufo Addo’s cousin, presidential staffer.
  11. Edward Akufo Addo (Bumpty): president Akufo Addo’s Brother, Akufo Addo’s right hand man in Ghana’s Energy sector.
  12. Gabby Asante Otchere Darko: president Akufo Addo’s nephew, the de Facto prime minister of Ghana.
  13. Nana Adwoa Hackman: wife of Gabby Otchere Darko and president Akufo Addo’s in-law, Board member GNPC.
  14. Mr. Ekow Hackman: Brother of Gabby’s wife and Akufo Addo’s in-law, Board Chairman, BOST.
  15. Rhodaline Baffour Gyimah: president Akufo Addo’s cousin, Board member GOIL.
  16. Mr. Alex Bafour Gyimah: husband of Rhodaline Bafour Gyimah and president Akufo Addo’s in-law, Board Chairman, ghana Gaming commission.
  17. Nana Fredua Ofori Atta: president Akufo Addo’s cousin, chairman of national theater Board.
  18. Dr. Edward kwapong: paternal relative of president Akufo Addo, head of Fair wages and salaries Commission.
  19. Miss Gloria Akufo: paternal relative of president Akufo Addo, AG and minister of Justice.
  20. Kwame Akufo Esq: paternal relative of president Akufo Addo, presidential staffer.
  21. Michael Ofori Atta: president Akufo Addo’s nephew, presidential staffer (Director of ECOWAS).
  22. William Ofori Atta: president Akufo Addo’s nephew, presidential staffer (office Assistant).
  23. Alice Ofori Atta: president Akufo Addo’s niece, presidential staffer (protocol officer).
  24. Gabriella Arafua Reindolf: Relative of the first Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo Addo, presidential staffer (Deputy Director Hospitality industry).
  25. Akosua Newman: wife of Victor Newman presidential Advisor, presidential staffer (Executive Assistant at presidency).

26 Victor Newman: presidential Relative of president Akufo Addo and long standing Associate, senior presidential Advisor.

  1. Shirley Laryea: first Lady’s special Assistant, Assistant office Administrator, office of the president.
  2. Madam Virginia Hasse: Ex Lover and Baby Mama of president Akufo Addo, Ambassador to Czech Republic.
  3. Eno Ofori Atta: sister in-law of Finance Minister, Deputy MD, SIC finance.
  4. Daniel Ogbarmey Tetteh: protege/ friend of finance Minister, Director General security & Exchanges commission.
  5. Della Amo Assinah: company secretary to Ken Ofori Atta’s Data Bank, Board member, security & Exchanges commission.
  6. Michael Asare Bediako: nephew to Ken Ofori Atta, special Assistant to finance minister.
  7. Sampson Akligoh: friend to Ken Ofori Atta, head, financial sector Director MOF.
  8. Ernest Akore: friend to Ken Ofori Atta, Board member of GRA.
  9. Felicia Gyamfi Ashley: friend to Ken Ofori Atta, member Entity, tender committee of the finance ministry.
  10. Ntiwaa Daaku kwakye, friend to Ken Ofori Atta, Employed at the finance ministry.
  11. Charles Adu Boahen: long standing friend/business partner of Ken Ofori Atta, Deputy minister for finance (recently resigned).
  12. Kelli Gadzekpo: Business partner of Ken Ofori Atta, Board chairman, ECG board member BOG.
  13. Dr. Kwame Owusu Nyantakyi: Brother in-law of Akufo Addo (married to first Lady’s sister), Board member BOG.
  14. Yoofi Grant: friend of Ken Ofori Atta, CEO, GIPC Deputy.
  15. Michael Addotey: friend of Ken Ofori Atta, Deputy director General SSNIT.
  16. Alhaji Ramadan: father in-law to Dr. Bawumia (father of second Lady Samira Bawumia), Ghana’s Envoy to United Arab Emirates.
  17. Abu Ramadan: Brother in-law to Dr. Bawumia (Brother to second Lady Samira Bawumia), Deputy Director NADMO.
  18. Mumuni Abdulai: Brother of vice president Dr. Bawumia, technical Advisor to Interior Minister.
  19. Kwadwo Gyamfi Osafo: son of senior Minister Yaw Osafo Marfo, Deputy Director General and Head of Cyber security.
  20. Kofi Bosompem: son of senior Minister Yaw Osafo Marfo, Deputy Director General, SSNIT.
  21. Olivia Quatey: friend of Hon. Ursula Owusu Ekukul, Deputy Director General, NCA.
  22. Prince Sefah: friend of Hon. Ursula Owusu Ekukul, Deputy Director General, NCA.
  23. Gina Blay: wife of Freddy Blay (Npp chairman), Ghana’s Ambassador to Germany.
  24. Mike Ocquay Jnr: son of former speaker of parliament, Ghana’s High commissioner to India.

This is how akufo addo delivered on his promises made to Ghanaians that, he will never operate “a family & friends government”.


Fellow Ghanaians, I, Baba Iddrisu reminds all that, his 8th promise to Ghanaians, “NOT TO PRACTICE FAMILY & FRIENDS GOVENMENT” was occasioned by the then president John Dramani Mahama’s only appointee, Joyce Bawa Mogtari, the only appointee related to the then president JM.

Based on the numerous failed promises, akufo addo, most of his failed oversized ministers and oversized appointees shall be, investigated, prosecuted and culpable ones jailed after office for taken Ghanaians forgranted and for peddling falsehoods in the face of Ghanaians, very unbecoming and unbefitting of a president, minister and public office holders of the republic of Ghana.

We the people of Ghana shall never allow Ghana politics to be reduced to stealing, Corruption, mismanagement, thievery, criminalities, state sanctioned illegal mining and peddling of falsehoods as an acceptable new normal.

We shall together do everything in our power, even to the last drop of blood or last gasp of breath, to ensure that our state Institutions, constitution, courts, judges, lawyers and Democracy effectively works again in the best interest of Ghana and the people of Ghana.

As long as the constitution places power in the hands of the people; making the will and power of the people much more Stronger and supreme to that of the “authority of the people in power”; we the people of Ghana who, the power belongs to, will never relent until the laws, constitution, probity, accountability, collective security of Ghanaians and Democracy efficiently and effectively works again.

Here, we put Ghana 🇬🇭 first.

By: Baba Iddrisu of Caucus for Mature Democrats (CMD).
Saturday, 4 March 2023. Please share, thank you.

Okaikoi Central NDC parliamentary hopeful vows to work passionately to liberate the constituency


The National Democratic Congress parliamentary hopeful for Okaikoi Central, Hajia Nadia Alhassan IV is pledging to work with passion to redeem the Okaikoi Central seat for the National Democratic Congress(NDC) in the upcoming election. This, according to her, will engender development in the area. Her resolve to redeem the constituency was contained in a statement copied to Soireenews.com reiterating her commitment to see her people liberated.

She noted that there is urgent need for reclaiming the seat of Okaikoi for the NDC to ensure development in the area. Liking her agenda of liberation to one which entails a community-led approach,she is guided by the aim of providing the constituency with the decency the individual deserves.

She explained that her liberation agenda focuses on a wide variety of people in terms of tribe, colour, and religion living in the area adding, “when people feel part of a community, they contribute their quota to the development process. “My Agenda centres on the lives and voices of all people of colour, who have too often sought the need to advance our collective liberation from the margins.
Justice is migrant, disability justice, racial justice, environmental justice, elderly justice, youth and women justice and reproductive justice. An agenda for liberation is a blueprint for liberation for all”, she echoed.

She continued saying, “We recognize the agenda as a living and loving document, ever-evolving as we must set all people free”. Hajia Nadia Abass Alhassan IV aka Nadisco stressed her resolve to work passionately and tirelessly to develop the area. In the end, she appealed to the constituent to rally behind her to bring a sustained level of development to Okaikoi Central as they deserve it.

Madam Nadia said her commitment to excellence in the pursuit of life is a testimony of her being.

NDC Gt. Accra Chairmen to pay Mahama’s GH¢500k filing fee


Constituency Chairmen of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Greater Accra Region have declared their support and endorsement for former President John Dramani Mahama, should he decide to contest the party’s presidential primaries.

With the party expected to announce the details and modalities for the presidential and parliamentary primaries on Wednesday, the Greater Accra Chairmen Caucus during a courtesy call on Mr. Mahama asked him to lead the party to the 2024 election.

According to the thirty-three (33) chairmen, it is only President John Mahama who can lead and win the elections for the NDC in 2024. The Amasaman constituency is yet to elect a chairperson.

The caucus, led by Dome Kwabenya Chairman, Isaac Lamptey, has promised that they will raise and pay the filing fee of GH¢500,000 for Mr. Mahama to contest the primaries.

The chairmen also urged the membership of the party, its rank and file to continue the process of uniting each other and get ready to start the hard work until victory is achieved in December 2024.

The caucus chairmen also urged Mr. Mahama to promote aggressively and encourage members to adopt a branch or constituency to help contribute to an emphatic win for the party. President Mahama thanked the Greater Accra NDC Constituency Chairmen for their visit and declaration.

The former president was joined by former chief of Staff Julius Debrah, 2020 Running Mate Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyeman and the 2020 Campaign Manager Professor Joshua Alabi to receive the chairmen.

Source: Ghana/Starrfmonline.com/103.5 Fm

NDC to hold presidential and parliamentary primaries on May 13


The National Democratic Congress (NDC) will hold its presidential and parliamentary primaries on Saturday, May 13, 2023, to elect a flagbearer and parliamentary candidates for the 2024 elections. Per the timetable outlined by the party on Wednesday, January 18, interested individuals are expected to pick up nomination forms from the party’s website or its headquarters.

Filing of nominations will take place between Wednesday, February 22 to Friday, February 24. The submission and filing of forms would also take place from Monday, March 20, 2023, to Wednesday, March 22, 2023.

Parliamentary timetable

Picking up of forms will begin from Monday 22nd to 24th of February 2023 on the party’s website at a fee of GH¢5,000 and submission at a fee of GH¢40,000 from March 20 to March 22. Subsequently, vetting for the aspirants will be held from 27th to 29th March.

Presidential timetable

Aspirants are expected to pick up forms from the party’s head office from the 22nd to 24th of February. The party’s doors will be opened for submission of forms from the 20th to 22nd March 2023. Vetting of the Presidential aspirants will also take place from 27th to 29th March. Fee charges for picking up forms go for GH¢30,000 while the filing fees go for GH¢500,000.

However the party has stated that women and persons living with disabilities will pay 50% of all charges should they decide to pick up forms to contest. Giving details at a press briefing in Accra, General Secretary of the NDC, Fifi Kwetey mentioned that the elections for both the presidential and parliamentary will be held in all constituencies.

The party also emphatically stated that SALL is not excluded from the elections. So far, the names of three personalities — former President, John Dramani Mahama; a former Minister of Finance, Dr Kwabena Duffuor, and a former Metropolitan Chief Executive of Kumasi, Kojo Bonsu, have come up for the presidential contest.

byAkosua Otchere

Agenda 111 is in its 4th year, yet not a single hospital has been completed – Mahama


Former President John Dramani has criticized the Akufo-Addo administration for not completing a single hospital under the Agenda 111 project years after the promise was made. Mr Mahama indicated that the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) must learn to take Ghanaians seriously and fulfil the promises they made to them.

In a tweet on Saturday January 14, the Presidential Candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 202 general election said “The ‘Agenda 111’ hospitals promise is in its 4th year, yet not a single hospital has been completed to support quality health care delivery.

“This is contrary to the lofty promise made in 2020. The NPP must learn to take Ghanaians serious. Enough of the slogans!” President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Tuesday August 17, 2021 commissioned the Agenda 111 project which he said would ensure the construction of 111 hospitals across the country.

During the commission of the project in Trede in the Ashanti Region the President said among other things that the project would be providing 20,000 jobs for health professionals when completed. He said the Ministry of Health was going to recruit more doctors, nurses and pharmacists when the project is done.

He also said that more indirect jobs were also going to be created by the project implementation. The president further indicated that the Covid-19 pandemic exposed years of under investment in Ghana’s health sector. To that end, he said his administration was improving on the investment in the health sector of the economy.

He said “I am glad that the biggest ever investment  in the nation’s healthcare  is being made .We have met this morning  because of the ravages of Covid 19  which has affected every country  on the planet . For us in Ghana not only has the pandemic disrupted our daily lives, but it has also  exposed the deficiencies  with our healthcare system  because of the  years of under  investment and neglect

Health Minister Kwaku Agyeman-Manu has said during the event that the surest way for the government to improve on the healthcare delivery was to provide infrastructure.

To that end, he said the government was committed to providing the needed health infrastructure.

He said “As you know, a healthy people guarantee a healthy  nation  and government  being mindful of this fact has proved to show to the people  its commitment  to improve the health status of all residents in the country.

“The surest way to improve healthcare  sis through providing new  infrastructure  or improving just  existing ones across the length and breadth of the country.”

Mr Agyeman-Manu further revealed that land litigations in Accra and Kumasi were affecting the project.

He however, said the government was working hard to ensure that these challenges were addressed to enable the project move on smoothly.

“It is too early for me to predict whether we will finish or not. But optimistically, that is what we want to do and we try to push ourselves.

“We still have challenges with even land especially in the big cities like Accra and Kumasi. We are now changing the infrastructural design so that instead spreading across bigger land area we want to go up. So they are doing designs. “Even in the communities, in the districts, some chiefs are coming and there are litigations in some areas,” the Dormaa Central Member of Parliament said while taking delivery of some medical supplies from the Italian government on Thursday May 5.

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana

Debt exchange programme could wipe out middle class – Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu


The Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has cautioned the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, that involving individual bondholders in the Domestic Debt Exchange programme could wipe out the middle class and negatively affect the savings culture of Ghanaians.

Speaking with a group of individual bondholders led by convener, Senyo Hosi and private legal practitioner Martin Kpebu after a petition to exclude individual bondholders from the debt exchange was presented to him on Friday, the Suame MP called on the Finance Minister to properly engage with major stakeholders.

“What we [are] talking about is that many of these bondholders also belong to the middle class and that’s where the major worry is. If we are wiping away the middle class, that could be dangerous, so we need to have some further dialogue on this.

“Government thinks that this is the best way forward, however, even if it is, we need to engage, reflect and then move on and that will encourage some people who have some doubt to better appreciate where we are.”

othing can substitute for discussions, round table discussions and engagements wherever we find ourselves in. I think it’s important that we go back to the drawing table to have engagements with the major stakeholders…All of us are in it. And if we don’t manage it well, we’ve gone through this before, way back some 25, 30 years ago and repositioning was a major, major difficulty.

“Today many people are coming on board and if this thing should happen, how do we build confidence and trust and reconstruct a new savings culture?” The New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament for Nsawam-Adoagyiri, Frank Annoh-Dompreh, on Saturday, January 14, also called on Ken Ofori-Atta to as a matter of urgency review his decision on the inclusion of individual bondholders in the domestic debt exchange programme.

In a tweet, the Majority Chip Whip described the decision by Ken Ofori-Atta as “unfair” and “untenable” adding that he disagrees with the inclusion of individual bondholders in the debt exchange programme. The Ghana Individual Bondholder’s Forum on Friday petitioned the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta to exclude its members from the government’s domestic debt exchange programme.

The forum is one of the groups vehemently kicking against the government’s decision to give individual bondholders a haircut under the debt restructuring initiative.

The forum which consists of persons holding investments in the Government of Ghana’s Local Cedi Bonds, the Government of Ghana’s Local USD Bonds, ESLA PLC Bonds, Daakye Bonds, Ghana Eurobonds, and Collective investment schemes with investments in the above securities said the announcement of the programme “has been extremely unsettling and catastrophic for our membership” and demand that they be excluded.

By: Citi Newsroom

It’s too late to quit; You’re part of the mess – Mahama tells Resignees


Former President John Dramani Mahama says it is “pointless” for Akufo-Addo’s Ministers to be exiting government amid a turbulent period for the country. “It must be a relief for those deserting the ship,” Mr. Mahama noted but says it’s too late to save an unblemished reputation.

Akufo-Addo’s administration has been hit by a barrage of resignations lately, especially by some political figures who want to take a shot at becoming the flagbearer of the ruling NPP. Alan Kyerematen, and Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto both resigned from their positions as Ministers for Trade and Agric respectively. There are more to come, political watchers say.

However, the 2020 Flagbearer of the main opposition NDC says the Ministers resigned after realizing their “boat is heading for disaster.” He maintained they are stepping down to avoid shame as Ghana’s economy slumps into a deep crisis. “They’ll try hard not to be part of the mess we are in, but let’s not forget the parts they all played,” he wrote in a tweet Friday.

Source: Ghana/Starrfm.com.gh/103.5 Fm

Mahama for 2024 campaign series #20


Folks, I wish to announce to you that Vulture Feather (VF) is on a mission to gather some intel. There is a bombshell which I’m going to release anytime soon. However, there is an interesting part of the report VF captured with his drone labelled “Sights and Sounds” where the people of Ghana are lamenting of their suffering because of the current economic crisis amidst singing of dirges and calling for the return of President Mahama and the NDC to rescue them.

I understand that we should allowed other aspirants to contest in the forthcoming internal presidential election. But nothing stops delegates from making informed choices. For a worthy cause and the breaking of a one-party state agenda of Yaanom, I want to beg comrades to join the Mahama Agenda 99% Team. Ghanaians will not forgive us if we fail to take advantage of their goodwill to capture power to rescue them from this economic bondage.

2019 NDC Presidential Primary Results continue:

Adaklu Constituency