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The Power Point Presentation Bawumia Would Have Made

Posted by Business in Ghana on April 22, 2013

Here is the origional Power Point the NPP team had planned for the Supreme Court hearing had it been allowed.  It is  a long document but makes for historical reading.

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Presentation of Evidence final (1)

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The NDC Cannot Win The Election: Why?. Critical News, 2nd December 2012

Posted by Business in Ghana on December 2, 2012

Sydney Casely-Hayford, sydney@bizghana.com

At this same time next week, each one of us will know whether our prediction for the election is correct.  We are voting on Friday 7th December and despite all the noise and fear of violence and war, we are forging ahead with our own checks and balances and traditional peace pipes that have smoked in Ghana for long.  By next Sunday when I sit down to write another Critical piece, Ghana will either have a new President, elected an incumbent or deferred the decision for another 21 days to the end of December.  I have no intention of sitting on the analyst’s fence this last week.  If the election goes a second round, and I believe it will, the NDC will not win another term.

Here are my reasons, you can judge whether I have seen it coming accurately or not. Read the rest of this entry »

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State of the Nation. Critical News, 13th May 2012

Posted by Business in Ghana on May 13, 2012

Sydney Casely-Hayford, Sydney@bizghana.com

Mahamadu Bawumia’s “state of the nation’s economy” speech excited the NDC to no end.  A kink in the NDC campaign armour, seems to have thrown the ruling Government into a complete tizz.  After Deputy Finance Minister Fiifi Kwetey and Deputy Information Minister Samuel Ablakwa did their discrediting tour last week, this week’s salvo came from two Government Institutions.  The Ghana Statistical Service because they felt slighted by Bawumia, held a press conference to disparage his views and label him a dangerous academic, and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning took out a double page advertisement in the Daily Graphic to “set the records straight”. Read the rest of this entry »

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BVR Minor, 4th Movement. Critical News, 5th May 2012

Posted by Business in Ghana on May 6, 2012

By Sydney Casely-Hayford, Sydney@bizghana.com

We finished the 4th movement in BVR minor this Saturday 5th May.  Half way in the middle of it all we went an octave higher and started a violent movement in a major city.  Between Ododiodoo and some other places, it was completely overshadowed by the Oman hiplife rap.  Kennedy Agyapong is still on bail and the prosecutors are looking for his docket, lost somewhere between the police, BNI, National Security and the Attorney General’s office. Read the rest of this entry »

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