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The Barekese concern citizens in the Atwima Nwabiagya North of the Ashanti Region have made passionate appealed to Nana Akufo to not maintain their incompetent DCE *Hon  Rebecca  Yeboah* in her second term.

According to them,the DCE has intends to deprived Barekese of it’s political status and infrastructural head offices due to her parochial interest and hate for the District Capital.

According to them ,their DCE has shown disrespect towards the good people of Barekese particularly the Traditional and stakeholders of the area.

Addressing the media in a news conference  at Barekese community center today, Barekese concern citizens made mention that, their DCE wants to relocation of their district police Headquarters from Barekese, relocation of DCE’s residents , Relocation of district hospital, relocation of district Fire station  all  to  Maaban which wrong.

Again their  DCE has meddling in traditional affairs which is the not the purpose president Akuffo Addo brought her to the district.

They appealing to president and local government  and Ashanti regional chairman of the NPP that they cannot live or work their DCE Hon Rebecca Yeboah

They said it is their fervent prayer that president Akuffo Addo and appointment committee to provide them with another DCE for the betterment of Atwima Nwabiagya North  district .

Addressing the, this what the spokesperson of Barekese concern citizens Rev Kwame Afreh Acheampong has to say.

However, the Chief of Barekese, Okofo Amoapem Brenya l also reafirm that, infact that DCE behavior towards the people in the District is very worrysome , she don’t respect traditional authorities and also involved herself in chieftaincy disputes in the area.

Okofo Amoapem Brenya l said president Akufo Addo shouldn’t make a mistake to reappoint , Hon Rebecca Yeboah again as their DCE  because she didn’t came to fulfill or to seek for the development of Atwima Nwabiagya North District.





The Country is fixed and is still being fixed – Sammy Awuku



The national youth organiser  for the new patriotic party Sammy awuku says the country as at now is fixed and still working to fix the problems at hand at the moment.

According to him the government has managed the country well to extend that during the COVID-19 counties were down in terms  of their economy but president Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo  and the npp government was able  to manage the economy well to give free light and water to ease thing for the citizens during the lockdown.

Mr. Awuku indicated that, the government is a listening government so those who want to embark on a demonstration #Fixthecountry should hold their demo because some of their concerns is been fixed already and still working on the rest of the issues at hand.

Commenting on Asempa FMs Ekosii sen program on Wednesday mr Awuku said those who want to demonstrate have their right to do so, but he will like if they discourse with the government .

Source:Modernnewsgh.com/ George Opoku

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“I promise you that we will not disappoint mother Ghana” – Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah reacts to the trend #FixTheCountry



Member of Parliament for Ofoase Ayirebi Consistency,Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has added his voice to the famous #FixTheCountry campaign going viral on Twitter and other media platforms.

Ghanaians for the past few days have expressed their dissatisfaction over Akufo-Addo and the NPP government following their poor nature of handling the nation.

This agenda came following the recent experience of water shortage in some parts of the nation, power outages and other unbearable conditions making life uncomfortable for the citizens.

Well, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, who is part of Akufo-Addo’s men has reacted to the voice of the masses, saying things will be brought back to normalcy in no time.

According to him, himself and his colleagues are on their toes trying all they can to make things possible and fix the economy.

He added that the NPP will not disappoint Ghanaians as he promised everything that will be fixed in no time.

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Domeleo retired; I didn’t remove him – Akufo-Addo



President Akufo-Addo has reiterated his position that former Auditor General Daniel Domelevo was not hounded from office by his government.

“There’s a time for retiring which is prescribed by statue not my making. If you are 60 years old you’re suppose no longer to be able to work in the public service,” he told CNN in an interview Monday.

The President in March this year retired the Auditor General claiming documents available to him suggested Mr Domelevo had reached the retirement age.

“The attention of the President of the Republic has been drawn to records and documents made available to this Office by the Audit Service, that indicate that your date of birth is 1st June 1960, and that in accordance with article 199 (1) of the Constitution, your date of retirement as Auditor-General was 1st June 2020.

“Based on this information, the President is of the view that you have formally left office,” a statement from the presidency said.

Mr Domelevo before being retired was forced to go on leave. He suffered constant brushes with the board chair of the Audit Service. At some point in time, the locks to his office were changed without his knowledge.

“the Auditor-General, like me… should be some of the first [persons] to recognize the laws in our country.”



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