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56% Of Ghanaians Believe John Mahama Has Better Economic Track Record

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Results of the second wave of the Ghana Election Poll which ran online from July 1 to August 1, 2020, via the renowned market research firm MSI-ACI showed that a large number of Ghanaian believe former President John Dramani Mahama has a better economic track record than President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

More than half of Ghanaian adults (56%) out of the weighted sample of 2,055 who took part in the poll believe that the former president has a better track record on the economy and 40% think so for the current president. 4% of the respondents did not attribute a better economic track record to either candidate.

Also, more than half of males and females (55% and 57% respectively) believe that John Dramani Mahama has a better track record on the economy, as compared to 41% and 38% respectively for males and females who believe the same for President Akufo-Addo.

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Nigerians Stage #EndSARS Protest In Ohio, Rome, Texas, Others | PHOTOS

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Nigerians residing in Rome, Texas, Ohio, and Toronto have also staged #EndSARS protests in their various localities, demanding for an end to police brutality in Nigeria as well as a total reform of the police force.

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Nigerians stage #EndSARS protest in Ohio, Rome, Texas, others (photos)

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Black Stars Striker, Caleb Ekuban Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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Black Stars striker Caleb Ekuban has tested positive for coronavirus.

Ekuban, who plays his club football in Turkey for Trabzonspor, was hospitalized this past weekend with early symptoms. The test result came out positive on Monday.

He is the latest player, part of the Black Stars squad for the friendlies against Mali and Qatar, to have tested positive for the virus.

Jordan Ayew, Gideon Mensah, Bernard Mensah, Kassim Adams, and Joseph Aidoo are confirmed to have contracted the deadly virus.

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Ghana Election 2020: ‘We’re Processing Presidential Aspirants Who Forged Filing Forms To Court’ : Jean Mensa

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The Electoral Commission says it is processing cases of forged presidential filing forms to court for further legal probing into the case.

Chairperson for the Commission Madame Jane Mensa in a Press Conference held on Monday 19 October 2020, at the EC Headquarters, disclosed that some presidential aspirants engaged in misconducts in the process of filing their presidential nomination forms.

She said the cases bother on signature forgery and manufacturing of endorsees on some presidential aspirants normalization forms.

The EC thorough vetting of the 17 presidential aspirants who turned in their nomination forms, has disqualified 5 of the potential candidates from contesting for 2020 presidential elections.

Madam Jane Mensa has said the EC is processing the aspirants who committed signature forgery and fake endorsees to the Police Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for further probing.

However, she has assured all to refund disqualified aspirants their filing fees of GHC100,000.

Meanwhile, the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress are still on thier regional campaign tour for the upcoming 2020 December 7 general elections.

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