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CARTOON OF THE DAY: Akufo-Addo To Fish Out Saboteurs

Nana Akufo-Addo has blamed the party’s endless internal wrangling on external forces.

According to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer, some elements within the NPP are being influenced to foment trouble in the elephant family.

Cartoonist Makaveli engages his audience on the issue which has occupied the minds of NPP followers for months now.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Power Barge Docks At Tema

The long-awaited power barge from Turkey berths at the Tema Harbour today as Ghanaians expect a drastic reduction in load shedding in the next few weeks.

This comes as a huge relief for the Power Minister Dr. Kwabena Donkor who has been looking through his telescope for long to sight the vessel.

Cartoonist Makaveli depicts his mood, having seen the power barge on the territorial waters of Ghana.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Gyan @30 Brouhaha

hana captain Asamoah Gyan has been in the news lately over his actual age.

He clocked 30 over the weekend and climaxed it with a mega birthday bash at his plush Mansion in Weija, Accra.

Cartoonist Makaveli turns his radar on the SIPG striker in his daily series today.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Anas and Bola Ray Hot

Bola Ray, the CEO of Excellence in Broadcasting Network (EIB), operators of Starr FM, has been sued alongside undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

They were sued by one of the indicted judges in the judicial corruption scandal Justice Ayisi Addo. The judge is suing for defamation.

Cartoonist Makaveli captures the mood of the duo after the suit was announced to them.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Fear Delegates - ET Mensah Weeps

The Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram E.T Mensah will kiss goodbye to Parliament in 2016 after losing the parliamentary primaries over the weekend.

He was beaten by a young presidential staffer Sam George in the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) internal polls.

A very confident ET Mensah, who was sure of amassing 80% of the votes ahead of the polls, is dejected and contemplating filing a formal protest over the results.

Cartoonist Makaveli walks us into the world of the 'Prampram Mugabe' in his daily series.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: I'm Going To Court - Afoko

Suspended national chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Paul Afoko has given the strongest indication he is heading to court to seek redress.

Afoko said at a press conference in Accra, Wednesday, he has exhausted all the avenues within the party to have his suspension reversed hence his decision to resort to the court.

Cartoonist Makaveli turns the spotlight on Afoko in his daily series.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Mahama Kisses CHRAJ Boss Goodbye

Madam Lauretta Vivian Lamptey, the head of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has been thrown out for abusing her office.

An investigative committee following a petition submitted against Madam Lamptey concluded that the former CHRAJ boss was unfit to remain in office.

Cartoonist Makaveli depicts how President John Mahama handled the issue.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: E.T Mensah Jerks Citi FM Reporter

The Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram Enoch Teye Mensah dominated the headlines for all the wrong reasons Wednesday after clashing with Citi FM’s Umaru Sanda Amadu, describing him as a "funny character".

The veteran MP was unhappy with the line of questioning, but a rather composed Sanda insisted he answers his questions, leading to an abrupt end of the interview.

Cartoonist Makaveli recaptures the scene in Ada.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Shatta Wale, Bulldog Face Off

artoonist Makaveli wades into the storm which has ruined the relationship between musician Shatta Wale and his manager Lawrence Hanson aka Bulldog.

“The management of Bullhaus Entertainment wishes to bring to the notice of the general public that we no longer have a working relationship with multiple award-winning artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah A.K.A. Shatta Wale effective immediately,” a statement said.

Makaveli relives the bickering between the two.


CARTOON OF THE DAY: Anas Judge Freed

One of the indicted judges in the judicial corruption scandal Justice Asmah Akwasi Asiedu has been freed.

The Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood in a statement said Justice Asiedu’s case has been dismissed because a prima facie case cannot be established against him.

Cartoonist Makaveli relives the announcement to Tiger Eye PI.


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