Some journalists at the conference room of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) murmured their disapproval when the mayor mentioned the name of Christian Ababio, a building inspector with the assembly.
The Coalition of Market Women has described as Â“sadness and disappointmentÂ”, activities by some of their colleagues in the Ghana Union of Traders Association who connive with politicians to quote inaccurate prices of food stuff on the market.
The flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party Nana Akufo-Addo says Ghana has an enviable record of incumbents handing over power to opposition parties even in close elections and urged President John Mahama to do same if he loses the December elections.
As we head into the elections on December 7, the most persistent refrain that can be heard in our country is the call for peace. Every identifiable group, religious leaders, traditional leaders and individuals have been praying for peace and, indeed, we even have children serving as peace ambassadors.
The Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper has described as dishonest and hypocritical the attempt by the governing NDC to dissociate itself from a controversial campaign adverts in which Pastor Mensah Otabil is heard criticizing free education and the all-die-be-die comment.