Day: February 3, 2020

News
Politics

Leave us out of your presidential debates – NPP to NCCE

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has dissociated itself from any presidential debate the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) intends to hold ahead of the December elections. According to the NPP, the NCCE has not had any prior engagements with the party on the matter and has, therefore, breached courtesy by publicly announcing its […]

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Business

NDC’s financial records unmatched – Terkper

A former Finance Minister under the erstwhile John Mahama-led administration, Seth Tekper, has said that the financial performance and records of the former government are unmatched.  According to him, Mr Mahama’s administration exhibited prudent financial management compared to the current government, as records are there to show. Mr Terkper noted that the programmes being implemented […]

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Sports

I’ve never had issues with Abedi, we’ve chilled together many times – Appiah

Former coach of the Black Stars, James Kwesi Appiah, has denied having issues with his former teammate, Abedi Ayew Pele over the captainship of the Black Stars. Reports of a long-standing rift between Appiah and Abedi who were both members of the Black Star squad that played in the 1992 Africa Cup of Nations in […]

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News

Airbus Bribery Scandal: How Ghana got corrupted

Airbus, Europe’s largest aerospace multinational, confessed to a High Court in London of paying huge bribes in order to secure contracts in Ghana, between 2011 and 2015. The planemaker has been fined three billion pounds (£3bn) as penalties. Anti-corruption investigators, according to The Guardian Report, have described the court’s decision as the largest ever corporate […]

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Politics

Airbus Bribery Scandal: Why Mahama can’t exonerate himself

The bribery scandal involving Airbus, Europe’s largest aerospace multinational, has opened a whole conversation on the corruption subject involving the former president and current flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama. According to The Guardian of the UK, Airbus was found guilty by a High Court in London for paying huge […]

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News

Airbus bribed top official for favours – UK court documents

A top Ghanaian official was among many officials from four different countries that Airbus bribed between 2009 and 2015 in exchange for contracts, which has led to a court in Britain slapping a fine of £3 billion on the company. A UK court document said: “The fifth count alleges  that contrary  to section 7  of  […]

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Entertainment

Here’s what reportedly killed Highlife musician Kofi B

Fresh details have emerged about what led to the death of Highlife musician Kofi B. According to a new report by Zionfelix.com, Kofi B died as a result of a heart attack. He is said to have complained of chest pains and usual heartbeat after a performance at Cape Coast on Sunday. The report said […]

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Business

How Airbus paid bribes for the sale of military aircrafts to Ghana in 2009, 2015

According to documents released by a UK Court, it has emerged that some top representatives from government of Ghana under the Mills-Mahama administration took bribes from the world’s largest airliner manufacturer, Airbus between 2009 and 2015. UK prosecutors said that Airbus employees promised success-based commission payments of approximately €5 million euros to bribe government officials […]

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