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No Sensible Young Person Will Follow NPP – Kwame A-Plus Fires

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No Sensible Young Person Will Follow NPP – Kwame A-Plus Fires

No Sensible Young Person Will Follow NPP: Kwame A-Plus has launched another attack at his former allies, the ruling New Patriotic Party, saying no sensible young person will follow that party.

A-Plus’ comment was in reaction to a video in which maverick MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong was seen chastising his own party for being greedy and selfish.

Mr. Agyapong, on his privately-owned Net2 TV, accused some NPP MP’s of awarding contracts to themselves and their children and ignoring the selfless contributions of the dedicated supporters who toiled to bring the party to power.

In his comment, A Plus, who was sharing the video via Facebook, wrote, “No sensible young person will follow NPP. It is a fact. Scientifically proven!!! Apart from the fact that the old men in the party are greedy, they are also ungrateful and very disrespectful. You can fight with your phone.“

A-Plus was a fierce campaigner for the NPP and then candidate Akufo-Addo in the run-up to the 2016 elections. His relationship with the Party has significantly seen a massive decline since the party assumed office.

Kennedy Agyapong clash with CID as A-Plus is ‘on the run’

The MP for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong is said to have clashed with the police CID according to our source at the department when he responded to their invitation.

The Hon. MP who showed up to present what he termed as solid evidence of corruption against government appointees but ended up only providing tender documents from an Indian company he was representing to secure a contact with the National Identification Authority which he lost out.

He could not pin point how his tender documents amounted to corruption but only asked the CID to read the document which our sources say was very poorly written. On the part of musician and NPP member Kwame A Plus, The CID has been chasing him to appear without success.

The musician is said to be looking for a lawyer as most lawyers he had contacted in Accra are refusing to represent him…READ MORE

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  1. Nana Oduro

    January 5, 2021 at 7:10 pm

    So it means you, A-PLUS, were not sensible when you were following NPP. And now you think you’re sensible? You don’t realise you’re rather becoming less and less sensible than those following NPP? Know that your arrogance and haughtiness are rather carrying you to nowhere but into a deep pit. In

  2. Obaasikapa

    January 7, 2021 at 11:48 am

    Hmmmmmmm,ghana is sweet paaaa

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Uber removes cancellation fees it charges on cancelled trips

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Uber removes cancellation fees it charges on cancelled trips

Ridesharing giant Uber has announced the removal of cancellation fees it charges on trips that are cancelled by either drivers or riders.

In the circular sent to all stakeholders, the company explained that after careful study of the market, it has come to realise that removing the trip cancellation charges will ensure that the Uber platform remains the best option for all.

Now going forward if you are 5 minutes late, drivers may choose to cancel the request with no penalty.

The circular reads:

Cancellation fees on Uber have now been removed. This means that no charges will be applied on cancelled trips.

At Uber, we are always monitoring market dynamics and fare structures to ensure our app continues to be the best option for you.

Our data shows that cancellation fees often dissuade you from taking a trip; removing them will have a minimal impact on drivers’ overall earnings while encouraging you to take more trips.
Please note, if you are more than 5 minutes late drivers may choose to cancel trips at no penalty to them.

This new development will definitely be welcomed by the users of the Uber app.

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Things are not as bad as today as they were when NDC was in power – Kofi Bentil

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Things are not as bad as today as they were when NDC was in power – Kofi Bentsil

A Vice President of IMANI Africa, Kofi Bentil, has said that though things are not what Ghanaians expect under the Akufo-Addo administration, but they are far better than they were under Mahama.

Sharing his views on the botched FixtheCountry demonstration with its concomitant issues on JoyNews’ Newsfile on Saturday, May 8, 2021, Mr. Bentil indicated that much as there appears to be a lot of challenges in the system now, they cannot be worse than when John Mahama was in power.

“Things are bad but they’re not as bad as they were under Mahama. I repeat, things aren’t good but they are better than we experienced under the NDC. Our expectations have not been met but one cannot say that what we went through under Mahama was better than now. No!” he emphasized.

A group of Ghanaians, it could be recalled, began a social media campaign aimed at asking the leadership of this country to fix the system since, in their views, things have gone bad.

Dubbed ‘FixtheCountry’, the people behind it have raised issues with water supply, electricity supply, unemployment, increase in taxes and levies, general economic situation in the country as the drive behind this campaign.

A street demonstration towards baring their teeth to the Akufo-Addo administration over the aforementioned issues has been put on hold due to a restraining order against them by the Ghana Police Service citing COVID-19 restrictions.

 

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I Will Never Go Hungry Even If Kwaku Oteng Sacks Me From ABN – Captain Smart

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I Will Never Go Hungry Even If Kwaku Oteng Sacks Me From ABN – Captain Smart

I Will Never Go Hungry: The  30 days suspension of Captain Smart from Angel Broadcasting Network ABN has caused a stir among Ghanaians and people are talking and wondering why Captain Smart who recently resigned from Adom FM and joined ABN has to be put on suspension.

Well, the obvious reason may be the firebrand journalist’s continuous attack on politicians whom he feels are corrupt and not helping the nation.

Paul Adom Otchere, host of Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV had an interview with Captain Smart on his show largely on his suspension from Angel Broadcasting Network. In the interview, Smart made it clear to his critic in the industry who were rejoicing at his suspension that he will never go hungry even if the founder of the media company sacks him.

He also revealed that his suspension is for a month and that after it has expired he will go back to the radio station and continue his work as usual.

He said, “I have brain, my brain is working so there is no way I will go hungry even if the president of ABN decides to terminate my contract”.

“If Kweku Oteng says he cannot work with me again, Praise God, I will leave and will never get hungry because I’m not a lazy person, Yes my brain works. So I called Doc and he said people in government are calling him and the government is using the Ghana Revenue Authority because they say I talk too much” he added.

 

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