Ghanaian Chronicle

President Mahama Must Apologise To Ghanaians


By Nana Alex Asabere, Ghana Democratic Movement, UK On December 23, 2013, the First Gentleman and Commander-in-Chief of Ghana Armed Forces and Police, H. E. John Dramani Mahama, left Ghana with his family for Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, where they spent the Christmas and the New Year holidays.  The First Family was away […]

NPP Is Yet To Learn Its Bitterest Less On-More Disastrous Than The 1979 Split

Paul Afoko has unseated Mr. Jake Otanka Obetsebe Lamptey to become the national Chairman of the New Patriotic Party.

By Kwadwo Kusi (Founder-Development Policy and Research Advocacy-Kumasi) THE UGLY debate about who is the most handsome or oldest in the presidential leadership race in the NPP has its historical antecedents, but the party has not yet learnt any lesson. In 1979, UP/PP reborn was split into UNC and PFP.

Martin Amidu, Spio Must Contest NDC Chairmanship


By Abdul Razak – Convener, Concerned NDC Youth (TEIN & Young Democrats) “Asiedu Nketsiah was a good counterfoil for Sir John Owusu-Afriyie, who was rough and uncouth, so the two could trade silly and comic tirades and barbs in public and in the media. However, Kwabena Agyepong is a more suave and intelligent operator and […]

It Is Alan’s Time, Give Him A Chance!


By Katakyie Kwame Opoku Agyemang, ([email protected]) It is often said that opportunity knocks, but once. The onus, therefore, lies on whoever the opportunity falls to grab it, and if possible, make good use of it. It is thus disingenuous for anyone that fails to grab it, and more importantly maximize it, to blame others.  In […]

The End Of Alan’s Political Future Draws Near

Alan Kyerematen

Mohammed Alhassan Builsa South Constituency Thursday, 17th April, 2014, marks exactly six years to the day Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen resigned his membership of the New Patriotic Party. This action, though forgiven by the rank and file of the party, can never go unforgotten in the annals of the history of the party, largely because of the […]

The Book And Research Allowances Brouhaha

By Andy C. Y. Kwawukume The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) and the Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana (POTAG) are currently embroiled in a dispute with government over the cancellation of book and research allowances to lecturers in the tertiary institutions of Ghana. Threatened strike actions have just been suspended pending the outcome of […]

IMANI Report: Evidence-Based Support For Ghana’s Government To RATIFY The EPA


  “Ghana must, however, consider traditional measures to guarantee market access seeing as a regional partnership agreement would not have been ratified before the deadline of 14th October of this year”- President Mahama, 2014 State of the Nation Address in Parliament.

Economic Partner Agreements And Our Struggling Economy (Part One)

An analysis by Amos Safo More than anything, the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPAs) being negotiated between the European Union and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) needs the input of all Ghanaians,( especially our policy makers) because of its potential to make and unmake our economy.

Rebranding The NPP For Power

Mr. Paul Afoko has challenged NPP faithful to prepare for government and power in 2016.

Ebo Quansah in Accra I buy Optrex Multi Action Eye Wash regularly. It is not as if I have very bad eye sight. As a journalist who uses the computer a lot, I need to refresh the eyes periodically.  Optrex Multi-Action Eye Wash has always come in handy.

The Elephant Begins Ringing In The Changes


Ebo Quansah in Accra The intentions of the party faithful are as clear as today is Tuesday. After five years in the political wilderness, the elephant is beginning to rumble again. At the weekend, over 5,000 party faithful gathered at the Sports Stadium in Tamale, and began the journey of returning to Government House in […]

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