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Former President John Dramani Mahama has described the Nana Addo Government as a common national tragedy.

Mahama said the current condition of affairs is unsatisfactory as the Nana Addo government near the end of the first year since his mandate was renewed as President in the 2020 elections, speaking in Accra to end a two-day “Thank You” tour of the Greater Accra Region.

“Ladies and gentlemen, civil servants, doctors, nurses, teachers, businessmen and women, traders, farmers, drivers, and the teeming unemployed youth of Ghana, this government is our common national tragedy. We may yet have to endure these very difficult times for a while more due to a combination of factors,” he said on Wednesday, November 10,

“I am talking about a future where your name, your ethnicity, your tribe, your circumstances of birth will not determine how you are treated in your own country by your own government. I recall the words of the Most Reverend Japhet Yao Ledo during my thank you tour of the Volta Region, and I stand this evening to assure the people of the region and the nation at large that all successive NDC administrations will continue to be national and people-centered ones, sharing the national cake, equally and beneficially to all regions and parts of the country.”

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High Court Summons Five Witnesses For Opuni

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The High Court in Accra has summoned five witnesses for Dr Stephen Kwabena Opuni, the former Chief Executive Officer of COCOBOD who is standing trial and two others.

The court made the order through a subpoena to be served on the personalities that, Dr Stephen Kwabena Opuni sought to rely on for his defence.

The court presided over by Justice Clemence Honyenuga made the order after lawyers of Dr Opuni urged the court to issue subpoenas to those five witnesses.

Relying on Articles 19(2)(g)(h) of the 1992 Constitution, counsel moved two applications – subpoenas and for a witness to testify via video due to health concerns.

Moving the application for consideration under 19(2)(g), counsel prayed that Reginald Aduakwa, Bank manager assigned to first accused at Ecobank, who has now moved to Stanchart be subpoenaed.

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Counsel also requested a subpoena to be directed at Samuel Amponsah, who was the acting Head of Cocoa Health Extension Division (CHED).

According to counsel, Mr Amponsah will give evidence that farmers in the Western North Region required Lothivite fertilizer.

Also, Opuni want, Peter Okyere Boateng, the Deputy Executive Director of CHED in charge of monitoring and evaluation to be summoned.

According counsel, he was directly in charge when the officials wrote the CHED report on the evaluation of fertilizers including Lithovit which report was given to them by prosecution.

Lawyer Codjoe said the said report talks about the effect of Lithovit on cocoa.

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Also, Dr Gilbert Anin Kwarpong, who was the Executive Director of Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG) in 2015/6 and 2016/17 Cocoa seasons was also mentioned.

Counsel explained that, it was during his time that COCOBOD through CRIG renewed the certificate for Lithovit fertilizer.

“We also want a Subpoena to issue at Atta Kwasi, a farmer, who used Lithovit and whose farm is in the Arong ahafo area of Ghana,” he prayed.

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Under 19(2)(h) counsel prayed for a Twi Interpreter to be made available for some of the witnesses who will give evidence in twi.

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For, Ambassador Daniel Ohene Agyekum, who was the former Board chair, resident in kumasi, counsel said, he has a health challenge by way of disk spinal issue, and therefore prayed that, his evidence be taken remotely by video conference.

According to counsel, although he had no problem with his voice, it will be problematic for him to be physically present in court.

Ambassador Agyekum was the board chair during the tenure of Dr Opuni and “was until the procurement act amended sometime in 2016, the chairman of entity tender committee.”

He told the court that, the purchase of Lithovit was approved by the entity tender committee and he is therefore also required to give evidence.

The prosecution led by Mrs Evelyn Keelson, Chief State Attorney did not oppose.

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Akufo Addo Is Very Weak In Bed – Serwaa Broni (+ Video

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Akufo Addo Is Very Weak In Bed – Serwaa Broni (+ Video

Following her interview with Kevin Taylor, the problem regarding Evelyn Aidoo, also known as Serwaa Broni, a Ghanaian living in Canada, and President Akufo-Addo has resurfaced.

Serwaa Broni made some surprising revelations concerning President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, in a recent interview with Kevin Taylor on Loud Silence Media.

Serwaa Broni and President Akufo-Addo made headlines a few months ago after the former posted images of herself and the President on social media, claiming that she is his side chic.

The mother of five has now spoken up about how she met the President and what happened during their meeting.

Serwaa Broni revealed that she was dating the president in an exclusive interview with Kevin, and that her allegations that she is on a mission to blackmail him are incorrect.

When questioned if she had s3xual affairs with President Akufo-Addo, she said that she had, and that Nana Akufo-Addo was weak in bed and couldn’t please her.

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Supreme Court Stops Assin North MP From Performing Parliamentary Duties

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Supreme Court Stops Assin North MP From Performing Parliamentary Duties

The Supreme Court has declared that James Gyakye Quayson, the Member of Parliament for Assin North, is not the rightful Member of Parliament for Assin North.

This comes after Michael Ankomah Nimfah sought an interlocutory injunction on January 27 to prevent the MP from exercising his parliamentary duties following a high court ruling on July 28, 2021, nullified his election due to a dual citizenship issue.

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