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Ebi Bright finally speaks after her 2 cars got burnt by alleged Political thugs



Tema Central Parliamentary Candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has recounted the incident leading what happened before her Two Vehicles being set ablaze.

Yesterday Morning reports that Ebi Bright’s cars has been burnt to ashes at Community 10 hit the Internet.

Narrating what happened to Adom News, she said around 1am, rain with lightning and thunder made the whole environment noisy.

After she heard a loud explosion before one of her relatives came screaming that her two vehicles, a Mercedes and a saloon car were on fire.

She claim she panicked over her mother’s inability to walk and how to escape with her three months old baby.

“I have never seen fire that hot before, how to get out became a problem because the doors were red hot. About 10 minutes we call on Neighbors and fire service for rescue. The Mercedes even belong to my elder sister”




Ghanaians won’t vote for you because of Free SHS – Kwesi Pratt tells Akufo Addo



The truth is, NPP and Akufo Addo strong campaign message has been centred on the free senior high school education policy for obvious reasons.

And you can’t blame them as their one district one factory policy has turned beans – I can’t locate any factor in my district.

It’s at the back of this that ace journalist, Kwesi Pratt has advised the NPP not to bank all its electoral fortunes on the flagship Free SHS program.

He said that shouldn’t be the only trump card as election 2020 fast approaches on December 7.

Mr. Pratt made reference to the CPP in 2000 who didn’t have any relevant say in the outcome of the election despite introducing the free education policy.

Even Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah was overthrown despite being a strong advocate for free education said Kwesi Pratt.

To him, the suitability of a candidate to the voters is a major determinant in election outcomes and not who implemented free education or not.

He spoke on Peace FM’s Kokrookoo Show with Kwame Sefa Kayi on Tuesday, November 25, 2020.

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Mahama is incapable of creating 1 million jobs – Samira



Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, has asked Ghanaians not to pay attention to John Dramani Mahama’s promise to create one million jobs when he becomes president in the December 7 polls.

According to the wife of Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Mahama incompetence won’t allow for the creation of those jobs.

“Let us not be deceived. My question to him is if he knew how to create one million jobs, why didn’t he do it when he was in power? If the NDC is capable, why didn’t they do it in the eight years they were in power?” Bawumia asked while addressing the chiefs and people of Nsuta|Kwamang|Beposo constituency in the Ashanti region.

Mahama has promised to pursue an aggressive job and entrepreneurial programme in the public and private sector when elected president again.

“We will put Ghanaians to work to earn a decent living,” he stated on several campaign platforms.

Source: Daily Mail

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Family of JJ Rawlings’ finally accepts idea of naming UDS after him 



The family of the late former President Jerry John Rawlings has finally accepted that the government names the University for Development Studies (UDS) after him.

According to the family, they have never dreamt of quashing such a juicy idea of naming the institution after their beloved and that they deem it a great honour and a good initiative from the government.

“We have quickly checked with her excellency (Konadu) and I have her authority to inform you that the family has never been against this forward-looking suggestion and we would have no objection if your university can achieve that,” a member of the family and former diplomat, Mr. Victor Gbeho, said.

However, it has come to light that before the demise of the former president, he severally rejected the offer though his contribution to the school building cannot be overlooked.

A statement posted on his official Facebook page reaffirms Mr Rawlings’ long-held position with which he has declined similar offers by previous governments.

“When the proposal for the naming of the UDS was first brought to the former President’s attention by the Education Minister in 2017, he thanked the President and the government for the honour, but politely declined the offer because he had a long-standing principle not to have national monuments and facilities named after him”, the statement noted.

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