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Power Outage Leads To Death of Baby at Tema General Hospital

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Following the eminent power crisis being experienced across Ghana, a video of the National Intensive Care Unit of the Tema General Hospital has emerged on social media showing how the term “Dumsor” is not spared on health delivery.

The video with credit from AdomFmOnline showed how the ward was clouded in total darkness as the Hospital was without electricity supply.

It is not known who the identity of the person that recorded the video was, but reports says it might be a staff at the Hospital. She gave a context to the video; “There is light out here at the Tema General Hospital. This baby is on Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and all of it have gone off. While there is oxygen available, there is no flow meter to connect. If we don’t get light in few minutes, the probability that we might lose a lot of babies is high” 

Few hours after this video was released the unfortunate happened and a baby lost His/Her life at the Tema General Hospital purely due to the negligence of one or two people in top positions at the Hospital and also in government, plenty questions to ask but no answers, and if you force an answer their stupidity comes to bare

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Bawumia Hits Campaign Trail: Ludo, Donations, and Debates

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Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), conducted a campaign tour in the Ashanti Region, engaging in door-to-door interactions and playing ludo with constituents. His visit included stops at Kumasi Jubilee Park and Suame Magazine, where he met with beneficiaries of the Free Senior High School program.

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Bawumia also visited renowned gospel musician Yaw Sarpong, donating GHS100,000 to support his healthcare. The tour aimed to connect with voters and promote his candidacy for the upcoming presidential election. The campaign has received mixed reactions, with some praising Bawumia’s humility and connection with the people, while others criticized his economic policies and questioned his ability to lead the country.

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I will not uphold your bad legacy – Mahama replies President Akufo-Addo

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I will not protect your corrupt, arrogant legacy - Mahama jabs President Akufo-Addo
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The flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has pledged not to follow in President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s footsteps if elected President in the upcoming general elections.

In a fiery response to President Akufo-Addo, John Mahama, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer for the upcoming 2024 elections, has made it clear that he will not be preserving what he perceives as President Akufo-Addo’s undesirable legacy. Mahama’s comments come in the wake of a series of allegations and criticisms exchanged between the two political figures, setting the stage for a heated political battle in the run-up to the December elections.

Mahama has been vocal about his plans to rectify what he sees as the current government’s shortcomings, focusing on issues such as corruption, misgovernance, and the economic challenges faced by the Ghanaian people. He has vowed to address these issues head-on if elected, promising a more transparent and accountable government that prioritizes the well-being of the citizenry.

The political tension between the two leaders has been evident in their public statements and interactions, with both sides trading barbs and expressing their commitment to their respective visions for the future of Ghana. As the election season heats up, it remains to be seen how these exchanges will impact the political landscape and the choices of the electorate come December.

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Don’t vote for Mahama, he’ll destroy all I’ve done – President Akufo-Addo

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged Ghanaians to vote for Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia to become Ghana’s next President in the upcoming December polls. 

He explained that choosing the flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), former President John Dramani, would be detrimental to the country’s development.

That, he said, was because the former President would undo the progress the country had made under his New Patriotic Party (NPP)- led administration.

“This is our election year, and the limited registration has started. Anybody who hasn’t registered and is eligible should go and register. This is because your right to vote is your power,” he said to a crowd of supporters in Doboro in the Greater Accra region, following a visit to the premises of Blue Skies Limited.

“Also, when the time is up for the voting, our job is simple. The person I defeated, my work since I took over, seems not to please him. I cannot hand over power to such a person. He will destroy whatever we have done when he comes,” the President added.

President Akufo-Addo also emphasized the importance of continuing the progress and good works that his administration has achieved, suggesting that Dr. Bawumia is the best candidate to ensure this continuity. He has also highlighted the potential for Dr. Bawumia to make history as Ghana’s first president with a Zongo First Lady, which has sparked some public discussion and controversy.

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