Ghana

22Jun 2020

The main problem with African democracy is that it’s almost non-existent. Out of the 44 Sub-Saharan countries measured by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Democracy Index in 2019, only one was a full democracy – Mauritius, with a score of 8.22. Another six countries were catalogued as flawed democracies: Botswana (7.81), Cape Verde (7.78), South Africa… Continue reading

18Jun 2020

Riva Levinson, the consultant who led Nana Akufo-Addo’s 2016 presidential campaign, is frequently hired by dictators, autocrats, guerrilla leaders and corrupt politicians to whitewash their crimes. Levinson did PR for Somali dictator Siad Barre even as he was massacring civilians. She was hired by Jonas Savimbi, leader of Unita, an Angolan separatist group funded by… Continue reading

01Jun 2020

Riva Levinson’s KRL International led Nana Akufo-Addo’s 2016 presidential campaign. Riva Levinson has a long and sordid history of smear campaigns against Ghana. In 2009-2010, KRL run a major mudslinging campaign against Mills Government, using fake news and propaganda, to undermine Ghana’s interest in the Jubilee deal. In 2003, Riva Levinson conducted a vicious negative… 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

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

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

16Jun 2016

Rumors begin to circulate that, when it comes to Ghana, there is more to Panama Papers than it meets the eye. It appears that Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has more connections with the family of former President John Agyekum Kufuor than one would have thought. And these connections don’t necessarily bring back happy memories to… Continue reading

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