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Apologise And Resign As Flagbearer – Akyem Youth Tells John Mahama Over ‘Sakawa’ Comment

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Apologise And Resign As Flagbearer - Akyem Youth Tells John Mahama Over ‘Sakawa’ Comment

After protests to demand an apology from the Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress over an alleged tribalistic post he shared on his Facebook page, some youth of the Akyem Traditional Area are demanding his immediate resignation.

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Speaking on Okay FM on Thursday, September 10, 2020, the President of the Akyem Youth for Development and Education, David Owusu Boakye said John Dramani Mahama, must as a matter of urgency render an unqualified apology to the people of Akyem.

He believes the former president must also recuse himself of the flagbearership position in order to purge himself of being seen as a promoter of tribalism.

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“We are all seeking the betterment of this country and for an Ex-President to refer to some people as Akyem Sakawa boys, which the “sakawa” represents a term inimical to our development and to go beyond that and then refer to the people as fraudsters, I am sure Ex-President Mahama if given the opportunity will not repeat those things again. Our demands are simple, he should render an unqualified apology to Okyeman and Ghanaians. Again, he should resign as the flagbearer of the NDC,” he demanded.

Do you think John Mahama should apologize? Why? 

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Joseph Osei Owusu and Andrews Amoako Asiamah to serve as First and Second Deputy Speakers of Parliament respectively

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Member of Parliament for Fomena, Andrews Amoako Asiamah has been appointed as the second deputy speaker for the 8th parliament of the fourth Republic of Ghana. 

The leadership of the house appointed Joseph Osei Owusu and Andrews Amoako Asiamah to serve as First and Second deputy speakers of parliament respectively. The Fomena MP was before the 2020 general elections ousted from parliament and sacked from the governing New Patriotic Party. 

His sacking came as a result of his decision to still contest as MP instead of simply accepting defeat from the NPP contender that he lost to. He contested the December 2020 as an independent candidate which he won massively.

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Akufo-Addo and Bawumia sworn in peacefully for another four-year term

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President elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his vice, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has been sworn in as Ghana’s president and Vice President respectively for another four-year term. 

Dignitaries and head of states across the globe watch them take oath of office at a ceremony at the Parliament House in Accra on January 7, 2021. 

He defeated former President John Dramani Mahama of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the keenly contested polls garnering 51.302% of the ballots against the latter’s 47.359%. We wish them the very best in the administration of the country. 

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