11Nov 2016

Just a few days before the US presidential elections, four Congress members urged US President to “expand the scope of sanctions” and initiate “additional judicial investigations into kleptocratic activity by top DRC officials”. The Congressional letter to president Obama is bipartisan, being supported alike by Democrats and Republicans. Two Republican lawmakers signed the letter: Ed… Continue reading

10Nov 2016

Stanley Obaze is a Nigerian. He doesn’t like Ghana, but has been forced to spend some time in Accra because his wife, Valerie Obaze, has been strongly involved in her father’s presidential campaigns. Valerie Obaze is Nana Akufo Addo’s daughter. The Nigerian is Nana Akufo Addo’s son-in-law. While claiming his simple life, his hardships and… Continue reading

27Oct 2016

US government sanctions will be expanded to include Joseph Kabila’s family and other senior government, security, and intelligence officials in the DRC. The list of sanctions targets includes Kalev Mutond, Alexis Thambwe Mwamba, Emmanuel Andrupiako, Albert Yuma Mulimbi, Moïse Ekanga, Zoé Kabila and Jaynet Kabila. Kabila’s powerful allies in business are also in the firing… Continue reading

24Oct 2016

Nana Akufo Addo has a secret luxury London home. Akufo Addo’s brother Edward lives in a $1.4 million London home. Akufo Addo’s daughter Funmi lives in a $700,000 London home. Akufo Addo’s daughter Valerie lives in a $500,000 London home. There is a huge contradiction between Akufo Addo’s presentation of himself as a “simple, incorruptible… Continue reading

17Oct 2016

If you are one of Joseph Kabila’s associates, you are going to lose your money. The US Government message is unequivocal. Imposing sanctions on two members of Kabila’s inner circle is a decision with immediate effect. They have been added to the OFAC’s black list and OFAC is one of the most powerful US government… Continue reading

12Oct 2016

Nana Akufo Addo publicly expressed his great admiration for Charles Taylor’s “sense of statesmanship and patriotism”. After saving him in Ghana, Akufo Addo continued to vehemently oppose to Taylor’s arrest, defying the US- and UN- backed Special War Crimes Court for Sierra Leone. Akufo Addo snubbed the Interpol and announced that he is strongly against… Continue reading

07Oct 2016

On 3 June 2003, the Liberian presidential plane landed on Accra airport. One of the world’s most vicious leaders, Liberia’s President Charles Taylor arrived in Ghana at the head of a 62-member delegation. Taylor, the principal backer of Sierra Leone RUF rebels who gained a reputation for atrocity by hacking off civilians’ limbs, was in… Continue reading