The UK based Economist Intelligence Unit have revealed in their October 2015 report that President John Dramani Mahama will lose the 2016 elections to Nana Akuffo Addo and his NPP.
The UK based Economist Intelligence Unit have revealed in their October 2015 report that President John Dramani Mahama will lose the 2016 elections to Nana Akuffo Addo and his NPP.According tot the EIU, key intelligence analysis points to a victory for the New Patriotic Party’s presidential candidate, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, citing little time for President Mahama and the NDC to turn the economy around before the elections.
Malian special forces entered the Radisson Blu Hotel in the centre of Mali's capital, Bamako, where suspected Islamists held dozens of guests and staff hostage.At least three people were killed after gunmen entered the hotel shooting, and shouting "God is great!" in Arabic.The french government and US governments sent in special forces to assist the Malian army.
African business magnate, Dr. Mo Ibrahim has charged African governments to invest in agriculture instead of oil exploration. Mo Ibrahim was speaking at a gathering of the John Agyekum Kufuor Foundation 4 Global Development Lecture Series at the University of Ghana, Legon on Thursday.He further stressed that the value of food and agricultural produce will increasing soar due to growing world populations and their need to fee.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has ruled midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah out of Juventus' Serie A clash with AC Milan.The Rossoneri will face Asamoah's side once more on Saturday, with Juventus welcoming AC Milan to Turin for a key Matchday 13 clash.Asamoah who has only returned after enduring almost a year out with a knee problem suffered his latest setback over a fortnight ago.
Minority members in Parliament have expressed anger at President John Mahama for indicating they sleep in the House and allow loans to be approved without proper scrutiny.The President, at a ‘Changing Lives, Transforming Ghana’ rally in the Volta Region on Thursday, said it was Parliament which approved all the loans the government had used for development projects