Mahama boys don’t believe in hardwork – Ambassador Osei

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EC spends GHc397m on District Assembly elections

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Tight race for Nigeria’s presidency raises spectre of violence

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District Level Elections will certainly come on – Agyekum

Mr Emmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum, a Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, on Wednesday gave the assurance that the District Level Elections (DLE) would certainly come on.

Vote for women in district assembly elections-Candidate

An aspiring assembly member for the Adweso estate electoral area, Doreen Wepare Issaka, has called on Ghanaians to change the face of democracy by voting for women in the upcoming district assembly elections.

Twenty-Three candidates in C/R District Elections withdraw

A total of twenty-three candidates out of 1,857 who filed their nominations to contest the upcoming District Level Elections (DLE) in the Central Region have withdrawn their nominations. Mrs.

District level elections are more important than presidential – EC

Dr Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC), on Tuesday said district level elections were more important than presidential and parliamentary elections and urged women to participate fully in the impending elections.

FM Radio Presenter contests assembly elections

An Ark FM Radio Presenter in Sunyani, has joined the race with two others, to contest the seat for an assembly member in the Abosa electoral area in the Sunyani West District.
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