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One On One: Amissah Arthur Meets Bawumia (PHOTO)

Amissah Arthur Meets Bawumia


Cartoon: Spiritual Battle for Supremacy


Bulldog 'Mocks' Nana Akufo Addo (Photo)

For some time now, former manager of self acclaimed dancehal King, Shatta Wale, Bulldog has been in the news for publicly declaring his support for the ruling government New Democratic Congress (NDC).

In the latest development, Bulldog who is also an artist posted a cartooned picture of the flag bearer of the opposition party , New Patriotic Party, Nana akuffo Addo on his facebook page.

The picture sees a cut on the right side of Nana’s head and his eye glasses turned upside down.

Per the caption, it can be said that the work was done by Bulldog


CARTOON OF THE DAY: IGP issues Terror Alert

The Inspector General of Police John Kudalor is advising Ghanaians to desist from picking strange materials, such as ladies handbags from the floor since they could be explosives.

“I urge each one of us to be security conscious and report suspicious characters we see around to the security agencies for prompt action. We also hope to educate our children on public safety. If you see ladies purse; very beautiful like a handbag that is dropped on the road, don’t pick it, inform the Police.

"In other countries going through the scourge of terrorism, if they see even money on the ground, they don’t pick it because some of these things are triggers,” the speech read by the Director General of Operations of the Police service, COP Christian Tetteh Yohuno noted.

Cartoonist Makaveli takes the issue up.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Ghana's real debt

Ghana's debt stock rose to US$25.6 billion or GH¢97.2 billion in December last year, equivalent to 72.9 per cent of the year's total economic output, measured by gross domestic product (GDP).

Data released by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) last Saturday showed that out of the total debt stock at the time, domestic debt amounted to GH¢39.4 billion (29.5 per cent of GDP) while the rest, GH¢57.8 billion (43.4 per cent of GDP), was external debt.

Cartoonist Makaveli delves into the issue.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Kill murderers - Rawlings

Former president Jerry John Rawlings has stated that murderers must be executed and not jailed.

The former military ruler made the statement when the family of the late JB Danquah-Adu, the murdered MP for Abuakwa North, visited him at his residence in Accra on Wednesday March 16, 2016.

“Our constitution empowers us and gives us the right to punish, to exact the same level of punishment and if we cannot do it, to serve as a lesson, to those who are taking others’ lives with ease, then please I’d like to use this occasion...to invite parliament to consider the need to look into our constitution as to whether we should not now empower the regional security councils to sign or to approve the taking of a life for a life,” Rawlings who first came to power through a bloody coup in 1979 said.

The controversial issue caught the attention of Cartoonist Makaveli.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: EC Exposes Zanetor

Cartoonist Makaveli has two picks today - the EC-Zanetor saga and the Woyome judgment debt battle.

The Electoral Commission has revealed the NDC parliamentary candidate for the Klottey Korle constituency in the Greater Accra region Dr. Zanetor Rawlings is not a registered voter.

The Commission made the clarification in response to a letter written to them by lawyers for a defeated parliamentary aspirant for the area Nii Armah Ashitey requesting it to declare the eligibility of the daughter of former President John Rawlings.

The case will continue in court today, Thursday, March 03, 2016.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: GFA After 'Missing' Grant

The Ghana FA is pursuing Black Stars coach Avram Grant to return home “as soon as possible” because he has outlived his leave period.

The former Chelsea boss has been in Europe since December last year and has on several occasions been seen doing punditry job on top international channels.

A letter from the football governing body in Ghana making rounds in the local media is ordering the Israeli to come back and monitor local players since he has not been asked to do any monitoring in Europe.

“I have been authorised by the Emergency Committee to remind you that your leave days are over and as such you should report to Ghana as soon as possible,” the deputy general secretary Alex Asante said in a mail to Grant on Saturday, February 26th.

“The position of the Emergency Committee is that you have not been given any permission or approval to perform any monitoring work in Europe for the months of January, February and March, 2016.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Real State of Ghana

President John Mahama was in Parliament on Thursday to present the state of the nation address.

He touched on a wide range of issues - economy, corruption, education, judiciary and social intervention programmes among others.

Cartoonist Makaveli presents what he terms the 'Real State of the Nation' a day after Mahama presented his.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Fake Teaching Certificates Uncovered

More than 400 teachers have been identified by the Ministry of Education to have presented fake certificates for employment.

According to the Director General of the Ghana Education Service, Jacob Korr, the number is likely to increase as more than 200 were identified in one district.

He said their names will be presented to the BNI for the law to take its course.

Cartoonist Makaveli takes the issue up in today's edition.


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