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Akufo-Addo must apologise to Ghanaians for his campaign recklessness – Sakara

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Former Convention Peoples Party (CPP) flagbearer Michael Abu Sakara Foster asked the President of Ghana to apologize to the people of Ghana during the campaign season for the careless disregard of the COVID-19 protocols.

According to him, in the battle against COVID-19, an apology would restore the President’s reputation.

He said the President blames the recent spikes solely on funerals, leaves plenty to be desired and is disrespectful to church gatherings and nightclubs.

Meanwhile, the Information Minister-designate Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has said that the date and science does not prove that political rallies and activities contributed to the spike.

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We all fully expected the President to announce new steps aimed at arresting and possibly reversing the increase in covid cases, following the rise in covid 19 infection rates.

We also expected that the President will first recognize and apologize to the Ghanaians for the enormous widespread events that political parties organized during the 2020 election campaign rallies.

This would have cooled down the public whose efforts had previously been washed out in elections.

It leaves much to be desired and is insensitive to blame the recent spikes solely on funerals, church events and nightclubs.

Your stewardship in attempting to rein in the pandemic before the elections was respected, Mr. President.

However, we need to hear an apology for the careless abandonment of campaign rallies.

To restore your reputation in your battle against COVID-19 on our behalf, an apology in that regard is needed.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Akufo Addo Finally Sacks 60 Year Old Daniel Domelevo From The Office of Auditor General

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Akufo Addo Finally Sacks 60-Year Old Domelevo From Auditor General

President Nana Akufo-Addo has compulsorily retired embattled Auditor-General, Daniel Yao Domelevo, despite the latter claiming he is not yet 60 years.

A letter signed by Nana Bediatuo Asante, Executive Secretary to the President on Wednesday, March 3, and addressed to Daniel Yao Domelevo said:

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

“Based on this information, the President is of the view that you have formally left office. Mr Johnson Akuamoa-Asiedu will continue to act as Auditor-General until the President appoints a substantive Auditor General.

“The president thanks you for your service to the nation and wishes you the very best in your future endeavours.”

Daniel Domelevo recently became a subject of many news discussions after a series of correspondence between himself and the Audit Service Board came to the fore.

The Board alleged that records at the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) provided by the Auditor-General indicated that his date of birth was 1960 when he joined the scheme on October 1, 1978.

Again, the Board insisted that the hometown of Mr. Domelevo is Agbetofe in Togo, thereby making him non-Ghanaian, even though on October 25, 1993, Domelevo had changed those records.

While the date of birth changed to June 1, 1961, the hometown of the Auditor-General was now Ada in the Greater Accra Region, the Board claimed in a three-page letter addressed to Mr. Domelevo on Tuesday, March 2, just a day before he was to resume work from a forced 167-day leave.

Daniel Yao Domelevo duly informed the board that the two allegations were false and offered explanations.

The Board replied indicating, “observation of your responses and explanations contained in your above reference letter make your date of birth and Ghanaian nationality even more doubtful and clearly establishes that you have made false statements contrary to law”.

The Board consequently insisted that Mr. Domelevo was due for compulsory retirement on June 1, 2020, and was in fact not Ghanaian but Togolese.

“Records made available to the Board indicate that your date of retirement was 1 June 2020 and as far as the Audit Service is concerned you are deemed to have retired,” it noted.

Meanwhile, Domelevo returned to work on Wednesday, March 3.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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“My Stay In The Nsawam Prison Was A Rich Experience” – Tsatsu Tsikata Boldly Admits

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"My Stay In The Nsawam Prison Was A Rich Experience" - Tsatsu Tsikata Boldly Reveals

Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata says a very interesting aspect of his life at the Nsawam Prison was the first Sunday that he had to attend the United Church meant for the protestant congregation within the Nsawam Prison.

According to him, when he first walked into the Chapel, one Pastor Jones Owusu Adjei, who had come from Asamankese to minister to them, started acknowledging him because he had heard a lot about a lawyer called Tsatsu Tsikata.

“Before he preaches, a young lady comes to minister a song and she gets up and she says: ‘You’re in the right place at the right time’ and I thought that meant something for me,” Tsatsu Tsikata told KSM on Pan African TV on the KSM show broadcast Tuesday.

He indicated that, on that fateful day, Pastor Jones Owusu Adjei preached the story of Joseph in the Bible which spoke to him directly.

In the preaching, the pastor quoted the scriptures where Joseph told his brothers who sold him into slavery that “you meant it for evil but God meant it for good”.

“And that was the message for me because whatever evil was meant about me being there, God meant it for good and in fact, that was the title of a reflection I wrote a year later,” Tsikata recalled.

He added that through those five months he spent in prison interacting with the prisoners, “it was a rich experience, a rich human experience”, like going to law school all over again because he heard directly from prisoners, instead of the hitherto habeas corpus cases he was handling that brought people out of prison without having heard from the prisoners directly.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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As I Was Praying God Revealed This To Me Concerning The Supreme Courts Verdict-Popular Prophet Reveals

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As I Was Praying God Revealed This To Me Concerning The Supreme Courts Verdict-Popular Prophet Reveals

Prophet Elisha Amenuvor, the general overseer of Power In Christ Ministry International, based in Jamestown, Accra, has officially shared with GhanaCNN.com a revelation regarding the upcoming verdict declaration of former President John Dramani Mahama’s 2020 election petition.

Former President John Dramani Mahama, as well as the National Democratic Congress (NDC), were dissatisfied with the results of the 2020 presidential elections, as announced by the chair of the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC), Jean Mensa.

According to Ghanaian law, the former president and his party, the NDC, were left with no choice but to seek redress in the country’s Supreme Court.

Despite the fact that the NDC and former president lacked everything when it came to providing substantial evidence to a court with competent jurisdiction, the party has accompanied their cases in the media with propaganda and other political tactics.

The day for the election petition has been set, according to the popular cleric, and he will reveal what is expected to happen on the day of declarations.

“There will be heavy rain today as the Supreme Court prepares to announce the ruling on Former President John Dramani Mahama and his NDC’s election petition…” – he told GhanaCNN.com.

He emphasized that this is due to the fact that a heavy burden will be lifted from Ghana’s shoulders. That is, the country’s peace will be restored, and the devil will be humiliated.

“There was a plot and a heavy burden on Ghana, and our peace and stability were threatened, but by His grace, a heavy rain will wash away the heavy load, and Ghana will be back to work…” – he added, according to Ghana CNN.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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