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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has declared categorically that he does not need the Electoral Commission on his side to win an election in Ghana, adding that what is most important is for him to be Ghanaians’ choice because of his government’s policies and programmes.

A corruption perception survey conducted by Afrobarometer and Transparency International has revealed that a large percentage of Ghanaians in 2015 perceived their President at the time, John Dramani Mahama, as corrupt.

The woes of Dr Kwabena Duffuor, his children and the fleet of companies incorporated in his name keep on increasing. The defunct uniBank Ghana Ltd, under the receivership of Nii Amanor Dodoo, has now sued them in the commercial division of the high court.

Winning Player of the Match and scoring a hat-trick on your World Cup debut with a stadium full of fans singing and cheering your name? Many footballers spend their entire career dreaming about this kind of thing ‒ but few get to live it.

Before 12 Years a Slave hit the big screen, people were tired of seeing films telling the stories of slaves. Such stories, one critic said, “have the same storyline with different actors”. The movie directed by Steve Rodney McQueen changed this narrative.

As Ghana strives to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1, 5 and 10, which are aimed at reducing poverty and creating wealth in conditions of greater gender equality, the Akufo-Addo government is encouraging more girls to move into information and communications technology (ICT).

Documentation on the newly inaugurated Wa Regional Hospital does not support the claim by the National Democratic Congress that the project was initiated and executed while the party was in power.

Kwasi Alfred Addo Kwarteng is a British Conservative Party politician who has served since 2010 as the MP for Spelthorne, Surrey, south-east England.