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He may not admit it, but most likely, bitterly implanted in his hippocampus (part of the brain responsible for memory) is probably Mr. John Dramani Mahama’s detestable realization that he was the first Ghana president to have been booted out of office in his calculated attempt to seek a second or third term (?) in 2016.

Wanton abuse of state resources and wholesale stealing of public funds under the John Mahama government have been highlighted in a corruption scandal which hit the government of the former ruling party, the National Democratic Congress.

The Ministry of Energy, Petroleum Commission, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) and the Licensing Rounds Committee have been charged by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to show transparency and efficiency in their activities under Ghana’s maiden oil and gas licensing round.

The government has set up a five-member interim management committee (IMC) to manage the sport’s affairs and help revive Ghana’s wounded football administration.

The people of Ada have been celebrating the ‘Asafutufiamia Festival” for the past decades, this year marks the 80th edition of the festival in the various communities.

The Ministry of Communications has launched the China-Aided Satellite Television project for 300 villages in Ghana at a ceremony in Akweibu, a community in the Ablekuma West Constituency in the Greater Accra Region.

Parliament has been charged by a prominent research and advocacy institute, the Centre for Democratic Development, Ghana (CDD-Ghana), to speed up passage of a legislative instrument (LI) to give backing to the Mental Health Act passed in 2012.

The US is gearing up to invest up to $60bn in the developing world in a bid to neutralize what some analysts consider as China’s use of debt to wage “economic warfare”.

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