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Bulldog Challenges The Government To Attempt Incarcerating Him
Akufo-Addo & Bulldog.

Bulldog Challenges The Government

Entertainment show expert and artiste director, Bulldog, has boldly charged the government authority of Ghana to endeavor placing him under arrest or indictment in light of his current contention against the concurrent administration in power.

Talking on UTV the previous evening, Bulldog, who simultaneously sounded exceptionally frustrated and angered, intensely descended on the Akufo-Addo led government, as he exploded with vigor and passion, with regards to the shambolic degree of incompetent governance, administered by the Commander In Chief of the country, and the disheartening effects his actions is having on the Ghanaian people.

Remarking on the lamentable occurrence that happened to Nana Addo at the recently finished Global Citizen Festival show, Bulldog who has in every case productively admonished the government, admitted with conviction, that Nana Addo merited the booing.

Imparting his own insight on the hooting occurrence, Bulldog verbally addressed Nana Addo for further sinking the depths of the Ghanaian economy, into a disastrous state, by destroying major industrial organizations. An action, that has plummeted the financial threshold of Ghanaians, leaving them poor and impoverished.

Bulldog Challenges The Government To Attempt Incarcerating Him
Bulldog.

He inquired as to why we actually find it challenging to purchase prepaid power in the country, when we have an existing president who seems uninterested in the well-being of Ghanains.

He praised all individuals who booed at Nana Addo during the Global Citizen Festival show, commending them for displaying an excellent illustration, in light of the fact that Nana Addo is a disappointment, given the premise that he only gained power in his second term of office, by beguiling majority of Ghanains to secure his reign of power.

Prior to his recent outburst, Bulldog was apprehended by the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) last year for posing as a danger to Akufo Addo.

He stated on UTV’s United Showbiz that the President won’t finish his current term, on the off chance he doesn’t pay out the unreleased assets of victimized Menzgold clients.

SOURCE: Ghnewslive.com

Paramount Dignitaries Converged At Tema To Usher In The Newly Built Alisa Hotel Edifice
Alisa Hotel, Tema Branch .

Paramount Dignitaries Converged At Tema To Usher In The Newly Built Alisa Hotel Edifice

Another branch of Alisa Lodging has been opened in Tema, and it found in participation, heaps of recognized people from different sectors of the industry, with the likes of Sarkodie, Samuel Kuffuor, Okraku Mantey, and another trail of key players, gracing the august occasion to relish the sight of history in the making.

Boss among the extraordinary list of significant bigwigs who raged the esteemed event, was Nana Akufo Addo, who accordingly graced the event with a structurally delivered speech of inauguration.

Also, the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Mark Okraku Mantey, Sarkodie, Dr. Ernest Ofori Sarpong of Special Ice brand, previous Black Stars defender, Samuel Osei Kuffour and others added their presence to the short event.

Having being in the hospitality management industry beginning from 1999, Alisa Hotels has demonstrated to be a believed brand offering greatest solace at every one of their particularly situated establishments.

With more than 278 rooms in addition to 50 rooms in the long run, the lodgings offer extravagance convenience with a superb gathering and dinner corridors in addition to extraordinary food and refreshment outlets to fulfill all ranges of delicacies.

Paramount Dignitaries Converged At Tema To Usher In The Newly Built Alisa Hotel Edifice
Alisa Hotels @ Tema.

Alisa Hotel generally guarantees that the assumptions of their regarded visitors are surpassed with their reliable updates and natural administrative service in the entirety of their outlets.

The core vision of Alisa Hotel, is to take a stab at greatness, and proposition top notch services to their treasured visitors. They ensure something other than a lodging experience, they also offer soothing home-from-home reception services.

SOURCE: Ghnewslive.com

A journalist claims that Akufo-Addo is importing water from the UK for drinking.

Rainbow Radio’s Dr. Ren, who hosts the morning show, has revealed that President Akufo-Addo currently imports his drinking water from the United Kingdom.

The seasoned journalist stated, “Let me go on record that President Akufo-Addo is currently importing his drinking water from the UK,” during the newspaper review part on Rainbow Radio 87.5FmandRainbow Radio 92.4Fm.

He was replying to a newspaper article in which a judge was quoted as pleading with the judicial system to take a strong position against unlawful mining because it was poisoning our water resources.

He stated that our leaders are not concerned about fighting galamsey since several of them are complicit.

He indicated that we have to take the issues raised by the Ghana Water Company seriously since Ghana could import water in the next three years.

He said the quality of our treated water is not at its best and causing health implications for people.

He said ”let me state this fact. President Akufo-Addo is importing water from the UK to drink…The Ghana Water Company has warned that we could import water abroad if we do not stop galamsey. The quality of the water we drink today is not at its best”.

SOURCE: Ghnewslive.com

Dangote

Dangote is a Nigerian and Africa’s richest man, he has heavily praised Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo and his visionary leadership.

Aliko Dangote is still the richest man in Africa with so many companies, He is widely known in Ghana for producing cement but Dangote has many companies than you might know.

Africa’s richest man recently made a comment about Ghana’s President Nana Addo, according to Dangote, what Africa needs in order to develop is 20 more people who are visionary like Akufo-Addo.

Dangote who is a multi-billionaire made it thing clear about how Africa can develop when he was giving a long speech at a forum organized by the Africa Center for Economic Transformation (ACET).

He said “we do not need to have all 54 countries to have visionary leaders. What we need is a maximum of 20 of the likes of the Presidents of #Ghana, #Rwanda, and Côte d'Ivoire.”

Ghana, as it stands now, has seen massive increased industrial activities under the current President Akufo-Addo and his Government with the One District One Factory (1D1F) policy.

The country has also seen the expansion of access to education for Ghanaians at a higher level with the introduction of the Free Senior School (SHS) initiative in 2017.

His New Patriotic Party’s government has also been working assiduously to get Ghana Beyond Aid as well improve the general business environment to attract more foreign direct investment.

Just recently, the Government reduced import duties tremendously as a way of making the country’s ports more attractive in the subregion.

These and many more policies including social and agricultural interventions including the famous Planting for Food and Jobs have endeared the Ghanaian leader – who assumed office on January 7, 2017 – too many people around the world including even former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair.

SOURCE: www.ghnewslive.com

The President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Wednesday, 29th September 2021, received a three-member delegation from the Guinean military junta, the National Committee for Reconciliation and Development (CNRD), at Jubilee House, Accra.

The delegation, led by Colonel Sadiba Koulibaly, Second-in-Command of the CNRD, was at the seat of Ghana’s presidency to update President Akufo-Addo, the Chairperson of the ECOWAS Authority, on the roadmap that has been put in place to ensure a smooth transition and return to democratic, constitutional rule in Guinea.

In his remarks, Colonel Sadiba Koulibaly told the President that ten (10) days of consultations with key stakeholders in Guinea had led to the drafting and adoption of a new Transition Charter, which reinforces the determination of the military leadership to return the country to civilian rule.

According to him, the Charter stressed, particularly, that members of the transition will be barred from standing for presidential and legislative elections, adding that a civilian Prime Minister would lead the Transition Government. Col. Koulibaly also noted that the CNRD understands and accepts the decisions taken and sanctions placed on Guinea by the Authority.

He, however, called on ECOWAS to consider the peculiar circumstances that led to the events of September 5, 2021. Regarding the conduct of presidential and legislative elections, within the six (6) month time frame stipulated by ECOWAS for the return to democratic rule, the delegation pleaded with the Authority to reconsider its decision, as Guinea does not have the capacity to do so within the time-frame indicated.

He explained that military leadership had taken the decision to conduct a country-wide census, restructure the electoral code, and establish a new electoral body in order to be able to conduct free and fair elections.

On his part, President Akufo-Addo re-emphasized ECOWAS’s unreserved condemnation of the coup d’état, as it was in contravention with the ECOWAS Protocol on Democracy and Good Governance, which demands that political power be attained through the ballot and not the bullet.

Taking cognizance of the newly adopted Transition Charter, the ECOWAS Chairperson intimated that it was a step in the right direction, and was encouraged by the decision of the CNRD to update regularly the Authority of Heads of State of ECOWAS on the evolution of the transition process.

President Akufo-Addo remained unequivocal about the time frame for the holding of elections, maintaining that six (6) months is sufficient for such an exercise. He assured the leadership in Guinea of the commitment of ECOWAS to help overhaul the electoral process, by providing technical support to Guinea.

President Akufo-Addo emphasized the need for the military leadership in Guinea to take heed of the decisions of the Authority, as the full weight of the international community is firmly behind any decision taken by ECOWAS.

On the vexed matter of the arrest of President Alpha Condé, the Chairperson of ECOWAS expressed worry about his continued detention, his physical safety, and his inability to express his fundamental human rights.

To this effect, President Akufo-Addo reiterated the demand of ECOWAS for the immediate and unconditional release of President Alpha Condé.

Col. Koulibaly reassured President Akufo-Addo that President Condé was in good health and is being properly taken care of, adding that President Condé still has access to access to his personal doctor and cook.

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