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Kwesi Afful, Author at Passion 4 Excellence

July 6, 2020

We the Concerned Youth at Abuakwa in the Atwima Nwabiagya South municipality of the Ashanti Region have expressed their disappiontment with their member of parliament ,Hon Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere, their Municipal Chief Executive, Hon Michael Amoah Awuku and the NPP leading government led by Nana Akufo Addo for neglected them from developmental projects in their area.

According to the Youth, they lacks so many developmental projects like poor road networks , poor sanitation, poor market structures and many other which is confronting their community but their member of parliament has tends his back to them.

They also added that, the one most very painful to them is the collapsing bridge which links from Abuakwa to Housing which has killed eight (8) people within one year and the road from Abuakwa to Tanoso which can take you a maximum of Five (5) minutes but due to traffic, it can take you a minimum of one (1) to two (2) hours, meanwhile, they have an executives in their area.

In an interview with the press, they added that they have informed their executives about all these problems but still remains concern.

They therefore assured the NPP Executives that, NPP will surely lose Atwima Nwabiagya South seat coming general election so they should forget that seat.

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July 6, 2020

The Freelance Journalist in the Ashanti Region make his investigation on Tanodumasi the hometown of the Youth and Sports minister of the Republic of Ghana who duoble as the member of parliament for Atwima Mponua constituency, Hon Isaac Kwame Asiamah in the Atwima Mponua District of the Ashanti Region are appealing to stakeholders to come to their aid because their Member of Parliament and their District Chief Executive, Hon William Yaw Darko have been neglected their community from developmental projects.

In his research, they lacks so many developmental projects like,Toilet facility, Abandoning police station, Abandoning market structures in the community, No potable water to drink, Poor road network in the area and many more.

The freelance journalist in-canter that, Tanodumase is a farming community which produces many foodstuffs to the people in the cities in the country but they are suffering a lot with these problems which are affecting the community and that has led many diseases at the area.

They are calling the Honorable Isaac Kwame Asiamah, Member of Parliament (MP) and Honorable William Yaw Darko, the District Chief Executive(DCE) of their district Atwima Mponua to order the Agric Extension Officer (AEO) to return back to his Banguro been rejected for over many years ago

*:::::::: Video:::::::::: (Tanodumasi Abandoning Agric Extension Officer Banguro).*

In his investigation, they lamented that they have informed their executives about these challenges and God been so good, Tanodumase is the hometown of the MP but they haven’t got any help on that.

They added that, he has been in parliament for sixteen (16) good years now and still going to unpossesed but it proved futile since our problems still remains.


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July 6, 2020

Ex President of the Republic of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings has justified the inhumane torture meted out to Kweku Baako, Kwesi Pratt, Akoto Ampaw, Mawuli Goka, and their ilk, being jailing without trial.

According to him, these people regarded themselves as intellectuals and didn’t know when and what to say at the right time, therefore, he ordered their imprisonment, just to contain a situation at the time.

“Some of these so-called intellectuals don’t have it. They don’t seem to recognize saying this or that could provoke a situation and we’ll be starting all over again. So sometimes, I had to do what I had to do in order to contain and preempt that kind of situation,” Mr Rawlings said to Kwaku Sakyi-Addo on Asaase Radio.

“It’s unfortunate because some of them were sharp characters,” he added.

Rawlings explained that if Kweku Baako Jr., Kwesi Pratt Jr. Akoto Ampaw and the rest think they were intellectuals, the soldiers too had their guns which they did want to use.

“However, when the situation is becoming threatening, both from inside and without…at that time, they would share, they didn’t want the monopoly of the gun anymore so they would share it so that we can defend the nation,” he stated.

Rawlings averred that Kweku Baako, Kwesi Pratt, Akoto Ampaw and others did not recognize what was on the ground; that the atmosphere was ripe to take away, to democratize…they let it pass.

“They don’t understand some of these things. They don’t seem to have an emotional insight into the underdog, into some people,” he stressed. “They are buried in their so-called intellectual masturbation.”

Rawlings indicated that he respected those gentlemen he made prison graduates and that “somewhere along the line, they seem to realize that, sorry don’t go that far; don’t go this far; you’ll provoke something.”

Kweku Baako Jr., Kwesi Pratt Jr. and Akoto Ampaw, amongst many others were jailed and tortured during the military regime of Jerry John Rawlings without any trial because they were perceived to be threats to the stability of the Rawlings regime.

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June 30, 2020

Residents of Nhyiaeso proper in the Old Tafo municipality of the Ashanti Region have appealed to the government to construct the Nhyiaeso Moro market-Aboabo link road, abandoned for over a decade.

The residents noted that successive governments have failed to make the road motorable in spite of several pleas from communities along the stretch.

The Nhyiaeso proper-Aboabo link road was a need and great concern for the residents.

They had on several occasions expressed their unhappiness about the abandonment of the road and even threatened not to participate in any general elections because politicians were taking them for granted.

Due to the deplorable nature of the road, which had stones sticking out dangerously, in addition to gallies, commercial vehicles refused to ply the road after 18:00 hours when armed robbers attack indiscriminately under the cover of darkness.

Mr Simon Adjei in an interview said the road if properly constructed, would ease traffic on the narrow Krofrom traffic-Moro market road as vehicles heading to Tafo, Mamponteng, and their environs from Kumasi or Kejatia would use that link.

Mr Adjei  was speaking in an exclusive interview with Silver FM’s Akwadaa Nyame on constituency Daily Report this morning at Tafo/Pankrono constituency.

Hon Owusu King, Assembly member in the area also added that tipper truck drivers who commute to the area to offload sand along the link road had turned the community inner roads into a thoroughfare as they avoid the deplorable road.

He noted that these truck drivers drove at top speed in the community, a situation, he said exposed the lives of residents especially children to danger adding that “they have destroyed the community inner roads which he had been reshaping out of his own resources.”

He has then appealed to the Old Tafo municipal Assembly  to provide a drainage system in the community as well as a tarred  road.

He also called for the provision of streetlights to augment the ones residents had provided in the community while appealing to the Police to intensify their patrols in the area to ward off criminals.

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June 29, 2020

Organizers of Communication Students Awards have announced that the maiden awards night will come off this Friday, July 3, 2020 to award Communication Students who have excelled in their field of study.

The Organizers of the Awards, Sky Infinity (Multipurpose Company with focus on youth development.) launched the Awards in January 2020 with the aim of rewarding Communication Students who are doing well in their field.

In a statement signed by its CEO, Sky Infinity stated that due to COVID-19, the Awards will be held on Zoom on the 3rd of July at 7:30 PM.

“The awards will be on zoom due to CoronaVirus, because we want to protect all persons as a result of the current circumstances that we find ourselves” it said.

To ensure that nominees and their friends join in the night , the Foundation said “ all communication students are to join the night with their family and friends through Zoom and live streaming on our social media handles.”

In all 64 students who have distinguished themselves in Public Relations, Journalism, Movies, Arts, and other communication-related activities will walk home with prizes and other forms of benefits, the organizers mentioned.

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June 29, 2020

The Volta regional secretary for the National Democratic Congress, NDC, Mr. James Gunu has commended the NDC Flag bearer’s decision to pay monthly allowances to assembly members when elected in the upcoming general elections.

Mr Gunu describes the initiative as a “major reform and relief” that can transform and strengthen the base of our local governance.

Some assembly members are calling on the government through the Local government ministry demanding placement on the public payroll to earn salaries from the state.

However, the former president who is the current flag bearer of the opposition NDC, Mr John Dramani Mahama in one of his Facebook live streaming said, “all Assembly members will be placed on monthly allowances to motivate the relentless jobs in their various electoral areas.”

The former President emphasized that his next administration will have a data on the number of new births and deaths recorded in a particular electoral area and this collected data can help in assisting the Electoral Commission (EC) in removing of dead people in the voter’s register and also to register new voters in the future.

John Mahama mentioned that, the Assembly members will be in charge of the death and birth registration, thus, his administration will be paying them monthly for their works since they  will be Agents of the death and birth registration.

Mr. James Gunu, who is also the former Akatsi North District Chief Executive in the Volta region said, in the past, the work of assembly members were more like part time and voluntary.

He told Time FM news caster Kaakyire Kwasi Afari that, the duty’s of elected assembly member is now a full time job, and can’t continue to be voluntary since their quota towards development could not be swept under a carpet.

The Volta regional secretary called on all Ghanaians in the region who have attained the age of 18 years and above to register during the upcoming voter’s registration exercise by the Electoral Commission to help exercise their franchise to vote massively for the NDC party.

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June 29, 2020

A 10 year old boy Allegedly hang him self on a tree at Lineso in the Bibiani Ahwiaso Berkwai Municipal of the western north region around 12:00 pm.

According to the parents the boy left home to watch Television and later heard he has hanged him self on a tree.

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June 25, 2020

A man and his wife were arrested for assaulting a woman aged 20, after which they pushed an empty bottle into their private parts.

The woman got a phone call from the man who was known as Osas Onyekweni, her former lover to meet him at an agreed point for an significant conversation, according to the sources.

The victim went to the agreed location, only to meet  Osas and his wife, Tomisin Onyeokweni.

The duo reportedly lured the victim into an uncompleted building where Tomisim allegedly pulled a pair of scissors and used it to slit her dress, leaving her naked.

The husband also wrestled the victim to the ground and pinned her down while his wife forced an empty bottle of Alomo bitters into her private part.

They then took her pictures in her naked state and threatened to upload it on the internet if she dares report to anyone.

Police Public Relations Officer in Ogun State, Abimbola Oyeyemi, in confirming the news said the couple was arrested after the victim reported the assault at the Agbara Divisional Headquarters.

The couple has said to have admitted the crime and will soon be arraigned before court.

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June 25, 2020

One Purity Muthoki her marriage was an abusive one according to the victim, hence her decision to end it.
“He used to physically attack me when we lived in Mlolongo District, Machakos,—very often.

In March this year, I decided to end the marriage, and returned to my parents’ home in Kwa-Muvai Village, Mbooni East in Makueni County,” Muthoki said

The victim’s husband, she said, would visit her at her father’s home to plead with her for a reunion.

Muthoki now says her father is to blame for what befell her.

 She added that anytime she’d return home after being assaulted by her spouse, her father would urge her to return to her matrimonial home.

“Until recently, my father was in communication with my estranged husband, trying to find a way they would convince me to return to my marital home,” she said.

The suspect, Boniface Mutua, arrived at her in-laws’ place at 8pm on Saturday, June 13, and met his father-in-

law, Julius Makau.

“They talked for some time. He, thereafter, through my father, asked if he could speak with me, but I refused. I had locked myself in my room at the time. My father left home at 9pm, after instructing my estranged husband to spend the night in one of the rooms.”

A few hours later, Muthoki said, she saw her spouse descending from her roof, leaving her shocked.

“Upon descending, he locked my door and came to the bed. He said only one mission had brought him to my parents’ home: killing me. He, thereafter, whipped out a machete, and started slashing me haphazardly, ignoring my calls for dialogue,” she said.

Her screams attracted the neighbours’ attention, who rushed to the scene.

Makueni Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana and his deputy Adelina Mwau visited Muthoki in hospital recently.

“Violence against women should not be tolerated in our county nor country. Women are not punching bags to men who feel aggrieved in their marriages. I have directed the gender unit in Makueni to closely monitor Muthoki’s welfare,” said Kibwana.

The victim, a mother of a 10-year-old son, got married to the deceased, when she was 14 years old, the age in which she conceived.

She is responding well to treatment, though her arms had to be amputated, doctors at the Makueni County Referral hospital said.

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June 24, 2020

Social Policy Analyst, Mr Kojo Addo says parliamentary work will be affected by the loss of experienced parliamentarians in the just ended New Patriotic Party parliamentary primary.

At the end of the Parliamentary primaries counting, forty NPP sitting MPs lost and will not be returning to Parliament after 2020.

The Analyst, Mr. Kojo Addo stated that If everyone leaves parliament to make way for fresh faces every four years, the strength of Parliament may be weakened since parliament is a house of procedure and precedents.

The Social Policy Analyst is concerned that the NPP party and Parliament will lose the experience these legislators have gained from their years of service.

He said the rule as a parliamentarian under 4th Republic has changed as he claim’s electorates cast their votes for MPs into office to provide social amenities, infrastructure and construct roads, but, Meanwhile, he totally disagreed to judge an MP base on the number of roads he constructed in his or her constituency.

Kojo Addo attributed the shocking fall of the MP’s to the restless responsibilities as chairpersons of such committees as it denies most legislatures the freedom to be present in their constituencies as expected.

In conclusion, he charged journalists to use their available platform to intensify education on duty of a legislature to ease the overloads on them.

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