A Plus in an angry mood, chided the actress for calling the NPP intolerant
Controversial musician Kwame A Plus has jabbed Actress Lydia Forson over
her comments suggesting the NPP will lose the December 7 elections,
saying she is just a phony who writes good English.
The actress in a write up on her blog stated that the opposition New
Patriotic Party may lose the December 7 polls if they remain
uncircumspect in how they react to criticism with dissenting views.
In a backlash however, A Plus called Lydia Forson a mere sellout who
uses her good writing skills to preach things she knows nothing about.
According to him, the NPP is only acting in line with the National
Anthem which admonishes every citizen to resist oppressors rule adding
that the actress only wants Ghanaians to sit back aloof as the nation
drowns in crisis, an act he says is unacceptable.
“you don’t want us to be angry with people who are spending our money,
people who have taken our monies to go and plant trees and ended up
saying they were burnt? ……you want them to be tolerant and
happy?....that is how you want the country to run? You don’t know what
is happening, you can only write good English and talk plenty…..”
He indicated that the party and its supporters will fight its
‘oppressors” to the core till the country is freed from what he
describes as a failed economy. He promised to champion the cause for a
fight against any opposing factor in the bid to change the country’s
“I am coming to tell you to prepare for a battle, a battle that will
determine your future, a battle that will put you in the history books
of this country for being part of people who stood against corruption in
this country…..we are going into a battle to write our names in a
Minister of Communications, Dr. Edward Omane Boamah
The Information Minister has described as baseless and useless claims by
the NPP that President John Mahama and his brother tried to bribe its
Northern Regional Chairman.
Dr. Omane Boamah challenged the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to provide
more evidence of its claims that the president tried to bribe its
Northern regional Chairman, Bugri Naabu.
The opposition NPP has accused President John Dramani Mahama and his
brother, Ibrahim Mahama, of attempting to bribe the Northern Regional
Chairman of the party, Daniel Bugri Naabu.
Mustapha Hamid, who addressed the media, said the intention was to get
Bugri Naabu to turn against the NPP’s flag bearer, Nana Addo Dankwa
Akufo-Addo, portray him as a divisive ethnocentric bigot and destroy his
chances of winning the 2016 elections.
Speaking on the Super Morning Show, Friday, the Information Minister
said the allegations were planned by the NPP to tarnish the image of the
President in response to a press conference he (Omane) organised on
"I got this call on Monday after the press conference that that was what
they were going to do...and I was in the car with my Deputy Felix
Kwakye-Ofosu when the call came through so I was expecting it," Dr Omane
He said the claims were made "just to confuse" the people as the country
goes to the polls in five days and stated categorically that "the
President has not and will not bribe anybody let alone Mr Bugri Naabi.
He indicated that the government is ready to engage the NPP if they have
"any shred of evidence that will pin President Mahama to this useless
and baseless allegations."
But the Communications Director of the NPP speaking on the same platform insisted that President Mahama engaged in the act.
Nana Akomea dismissed suggestions that Bugri Naabu bought the car
himself and concocted the story and insisted that that could have been
easily traced through the records of the car.
"If that happened the records will show that Bugri Naabu came to this
place, he bought this car for this amount, this is the cheque he issued,
and this is the receipt he received," he insisted.
He was resolute that the NPP presented enough evidence to prove that
that President Mahama and his brother tried to bribe Bugri Naabu to
damage the NPP Presidential candidate.
iTel Ghana last Saturday launched onto the Ghanaian market its latest
flagships, the S11. The new device blend beautiful form and materials
with purposeful technology innovation to deliver true value and
usability to consumers.
Over the years iTel mobile has developed a wide range of phone devices
and with its 2 year presence in Ghana is growing to be a well-known
The S11 device has a 5 megapixels auto-focus rear camera accompanied by
a 5 megapixels front camera which adds more precision to camera
usability and good quality objects. This resonate with its catch phrase
“Snap the Best of You” has a uniquely designed features.
These features include an exceptional multimedia experience with its
5.0-inch IPS Super Bright screen powered by Quad-core 1.3GHz, 4x
Cortex-A7 media Tek MT6580M processor. With an Andriod 6 Marshmallow,
1GB RAM and 8GB ROM users can store all your images, videos, and heavy
files on it’s 32 GB MicroSD card.
Michael Tuekpe, Digital Marketing Manager at iTel Ghana stated, “At
iTel Ghana, we challenge ourselves everyday by anticipating the needs of
our consumers and providing them with premium innovative devices that
meet each need and budget, guaranteeing them of the best smartphone
experience they can ever think of”.
The S11’s 2400mAh Battery capacity and an improve charging function
cause the device to be fully charged in approximately 90 minutes, and
can last up to 2 weeks after charging.
iTel Ghana took the opportunity to reward five free try winners who
participated on the their facebook page competition with 5 S11 devices
The S11 device are available in selected authorized iTel Mobile dealer
Controversial prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah is asking President John Mahama
to start writing his handing over notes because he has lost the
December 7 general elections.
Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah reiterated his claim that, God has rejected the President thus he cannot retain power.
The man of God disclosed this in an exclusive interview on Adom FM’s
midmorning programme Work and Happiness hosted by Ohemaa Woyeje,
Rev. Owusu Bempah who is also the founder and leader of the Glorious
Word Power Ministries alleged that, God is angry with President Mahama.
‘God has rejected President Mahama [because] there is too much blood on
his hands and the blood is crying for vengeance’ he stated.
The Man of God stated unequivocally that, the flagbearer of the
opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akufo -Addo has already won
the election spiritually and that it will manifest physically on
He added that, any man of God who claims President Mahama will emerge
the winner in the elections is working with a different spirit.
“Nana Akufo-Addo has been ordained to win this election and nothing can
change it. He is the chosen one by God to lead this nation’ he stressed.
Rev. Owusu Bempah called on President Mahama to prepare to hand over to Nana Akufo-Addo before the ballot is cast.
Daniel Bugri Naabu,Northern Regional chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP)
Alfred Mahama, the senior brother of President John Mahama, has
expressed shock at the allegation by the opposition New Patriotic Party
(NPP) that the party's Northern Regional chairman, Daniel Bugri Naabu,
was offered a bribe by the president and his younger brother, Ibrahim
Mahama, to betray the NPP's presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo.
The NPP had alleged in a press conference on Tuesday that Mahama gave
Bugri Naabu GHC500,000 cash and a Mistubishi V6 vehicle with the promise
to give him an additional GHc3.3 million and a Toyota Land Cruiser
vehicle if he could say that Akufo-Addo was a divisive figure who hated
In an interview on Asempa FM's Ekosii Sen on Wednesday, Alfred Mahama
reiterated the National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s denial of the
allegation, describing it as unfortunate and sad.
He said Ibrahim Mahama had been very benevolent to Bugri Naabu in the
past and that he was surprised the NPP chairman stabbed him in the back.
"…When I heard NPP's allegations, I was sad because it's false", he
said, adding: "We won't bribe Bugri Naabu to join NDC because he will
not add anything to the party".
It said it was regrettable that Ibrahim Mahama was constantly being
treated unfairly by members of the NPP, who he said had benefitted from
"Ibrahim is a benevolent man. Many NPP members have benefited from his kindness. I leave them to posterity", he said