The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) accepts the August 29, 2013 Supreme Court Ruling on the December 2012 presidential election petition, with full confidence in the work of the men and women who were called upon to administer justice in the matter. The PPP reiterates without prejudice, its confidence in the judicial system as an impartial guardian and backbone of the rule of law that has risen to the occasion to affirm the existence and operation of constitutional rule in Ghana. To this end, the PPP as the third largest political party in Ghana is calling on all fellow Ghanaians to embrace the Supreme Court ruling and focus on the reforms that would help us to avoid similar petitions in the future.
Introduction The Coalition for the Elections of DCEs (CED) is petitioning the Constitutional Review Implementation Committee (CRIC) to “Let the People Elect their Chief Executives". We have taken this step because the CRIC is collating public reactions to the Government’s White Paper on the Report of the Constitution Review Commission (CRC) and will make recommendations for subsequent amendments to our 1992 Republican Constitution.
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam, Peter Light Koomson, who was rejected by the assembly members through votes had to beg them to forgive his sins and vote for him in the second round of voting to confirm him as MCE.
A group calling itself “The Concerned Youth of Sekiondi-Takoradi” has petitioned the president through the deputy Western regional minister, to replace the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Sekondi-Takoradi.
The General Overseer of International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Dr. Mensa Anamua Otabil says he can sense evil befalling Ghana within the next one month if Christians do not wake up and pray for the country.