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Ghana has only been retrogressing since Nkrumah’s overthrow – Okudzeto Ablakwa

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Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has averred that ever since the first president of the republic, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was overthrown 54 years ago, nothing has been done to move the country forward.

Though it was Nkrumah’s vision that the country will “move forward ever, backward never”, Mr. Ablakwa stated that Ghanaian leaders, when voted into power, do not strive harder to position the country on the path of progress, rather sit aloof to see the country retrogress.

He professed that, in recent times, Ghanaians have been divided over things that do not matter because of their political affiliations but the minister noted that, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah is bigger than any political party hence, the need for all to be united to move the country forward.

He further called on both politicians and Ghanaians to learn from Nkrumah’s selfless nature as well as share in his vision to make Ghana a better place.

Speaking at a lecture series to mark Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s overthrow at the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Mr Ablakwa urged, “learn from his selflessness, learn from his vision. When you read his two development plans, just two 5 year terms and what he has achieved and yet, after 24th February 1966, we have just been retrogressing. Our elders meet and only remanence over the so-called good old days. Let our generations rise up and let us learn lessons.”

He also entreated all to fight and redeem the image of the Ghana Nkrumah left behind together with some legacies.

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Armed Robbers Storm Obuasi Lenclay Sports Stadium(VIDEO)

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The home grounds of Ghana Premier League giants AshantiGold SC was raided by armed robbers who made away with lighting equipment worth $172,000.

The robbery incident is a major setback to the quest of the club to win the  2020 Ghana Premier League, which is set to begin in two weeks time, as well as the CAF Confederation Cup.

Investigations have however commenced by the Police in Obuasi, though no arrests have been made yet.

The incident which was reported by management of the club, indicated that, the thieves cut the cables meant to be used for electrical works on the flood light and other essential cables at the Len Clay stadium.

AngloGold Ashanti Company Limited, the mining company that owns the community club, have been called in to assess the damage caused by the robbery.

AshantiGold SC are set host Karela United FC at the same venue in the opening day of the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League on 15 November 2020.

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Every Ghanaian Will Have To Pay GH¢10,000 To Settle Debt Incurred By Akufo-Addo – Sammy Gyamfi

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Sammy Gyamfi, the Communication Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has said that every Ghanaian will have to pay GH¢10,000 to settle the debt accrued by the Akufo-Addo Administration.

At the NDC’s weekly press briefing on Wednesday, he asked electorates to “ignore government’s deceptive semantics about Ghana’s catastrophic debt position.”

According to him, the NDC would expose all of the lies of the Akufo-Addo administration and set the record straight, including currently indebting Ghanaians.

He also noted that the constant and never-ending borrowing of funds by the government had increased the national debt per person ratio.

“Per our current total public debt of ¢258.8 billion as at June 2020…every Ghanaian in Ghana today is indebted to the tune of about ¢10,000,” he stated.

“President Akufo-Addo has added more debt; a whopping ¢138 billion and still counting to Ghana’s public debt in only three and half years, far more than any government has done in the history of this country, and far more than all successive governments since independence,” Mr Gyamfi said.

He also added that even with the Heavily Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) status in 2001, the debt-to-GDP ratio of 61% cannot be compared to the current debt ratio held by the country.

“Indeed, our current debt position is worse than where we were when we joined the HIPC debt relief program in the year 2001, at which time our debt to GDP ratio stood at 61%.

“As a matter of fact, our debt position this year is the worst ever in the history of our Fourth republican democracy,” he further added.

 

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Mother of the four kids who died at Amasaman in a fire outbreak finally narrates what really happened

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Yesterday News of 4 kids who were burnt to death after an outbreak of fire at Amasaman broke the Internet.

The mother of the Four whom we identified as Sister Afia has denied the allegations that the eldest daughter was to be blamed for the untimely death of her four children.

The kids age, 7,9,13 and 16 died when the mother left the children to do for an all night in the Vicinity.

The eldest daughter together with the 3 other kids died with the children and according to the mother, she is hurt and heart broken listening to the comment that she was to be blamed.

Narrating the incident to Angel News, Sister Afia happens to be a reverend minister at the church said,”When they opened the building in the course of the fire, my daughter together with her other siblings were already dead”

“So if she left for her boyfriend’s house, how come she is part of the dead children? I am going through a lot so I dont like what they are saying about me and my daughter.

Narrating what happened, she revealed that her daughter asked her to take the lead and promised that she will come with her other siblings.

Thirty minutes later, a neighbor called to inform her about the fire outbreak.

“Upon seeing the fire, I instantly felt my children were dead” She was lucky to have left home with the last born before the fire outbreak”

 

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