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President Nana Addo sends his presidential chair to a radio interview in the Northern Region

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The President of the Republic Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo from Monday 27th July 2020 begun a three-day tour of the Northern, North East, and Savanna regions of the country.

He went on this tour to commission projects, break ground for new projects to begin and visit the revered palaces of traditional authorities.

As such, President Akufo-Addo paid a courtesy call on the Kusawguwura and proceeded to commission the Yapei Water Project in the Yapei Kusawgu constituency on Monday, July 27 to mark Day One of the tours in the Savanna Region.

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Day Two also found the President in the North East and Northern regions. He called on the Nayiri and proceeded to commission the Nalerigu Water Project.

He also cut the sod for work to begin on an Ultra-modern regional office for the Youth Employment Agency in Nalerigu in the North East region.

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The final day’s tour schedule began with a courtesy call on the Yaa-Na, Mahama Abukari II, in Yendi.

The President also cut the sod for the construction of the Yendi Water Project and to Damongo in the Savanna region where he paid a courtesy call on the Yagbonwura and cut the sod for the Damongo Water Project to also begin.

This activity was the climax of the President’s tour of the three regions.

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As part of his tour, Nana Addo was interviewed on PAD 95.1 FM and his presidential seat was sent to the studios of the radio station instead of the office chair that regular panelists use.

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Ghanaians List Reasons Why They Think Akufo Addo Is Corrupt

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Ghanaians List Reasons Why They Think Akufo Addo Is Corrupt

Currently trending at number one on Ghana Twitter today the 11th of August, 2020 is #AkuffkAddoIsCorrupt.

Well apparently, some Ghanaians have decided to chronicle their various reasons why they think Ghana’s president, Nana Akufo Addo is corrupt.

This came after many state officials in his government have not been prosecuted after they have been found guilty of being corrupt.

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Ghanaians have decided to come at the president today for reneging on his promise of tackling corruption when he comes into power.

However, when he came into power, he has rather allowed corrupt officials to walk free even when they are found guilty.

According to some of them, corruption has always been characterised by many successive government but this NPP administration has rather taken the social canker to an unprecedented another level.

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So, they have taken to the Twitter App to chronicle the various instances they believe Nana Addo allegedly demonstrated how corrupt he is as a leader of Ghana today.

Check some of the tweets here;

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Our Vigilance Has Reduced Foreigners On Number Of Voters- John Boadu

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Our Vigilance Has Reduced Foreigners On Ghana's Voter Register - John Boadu

The General Secretary of of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr John Boadu says the vigilance of the party’s polling agents during the mass voters registration exercise which ended last week has led to a drastic reduction in the number of voters in constituencies along Ghana’s borders.

According to him, this was achieved by the vigilance of the party’s agents in challenging foreigners, mostly those close to the border towns from registering.

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He said in some border constituencies, the number of voters on the register reduced by over 12,000 people as compared to what existed on the previous voters register.

Mr Boadu was addressing a press conference in Accra Monday afternoon, August 10, 2020 on the just ended mass voter registration exercise.

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Arguing in support of the Electoral Commission’s decision for the new voters register, Mr Boadu said the exercise has helped to prevent about three million names from staying on the electoral roll which hitherto should not have been there going by the law.

He said at the end of the voter registration exercise last week, the EC registered a little over 17 million people.

That, according to him, if the EC should have gone ahead to use the old voter register and conducted a limited registration exercise, per the statistics, the EC would have added three million more people who are not qualified to register, hence increasing the figure to over 20 million people.

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