Not long ago there have been cases of unknown individuals sabotaging government projects where many believes it is being occasioned by the opposition NDC to cause disaffection for the Akufo-Addo/NPP government. This is aimed at scoring cheap political scores by making the government unpopular.


Early this year, certain individuals vandalized ECG transformers and stole copper wires. This incident by some unidentified persons plunged some communities into total darkness to cause a “DUMSOR” scare.

On March 19, 2024, the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) witnessed a collapse of their distribution pylons (High Tension Distribution line). It was discovered that some unknown individuals had gone to steal the bolt and nuts attached to eight (8) ECGs pylons, which affected the following areas in Kumasi: Anwomaso BSP to Akyawkrom sub-station, Ejisu, Bekwai to Awiankwanta, Kumawu to Antoakrom, Maanso Nkwanta to Jacobu Samfo-Aduam, Ejisu to Onwe, Besease to Asotwe and Abankro to Baworo and surrounding.


Yesterday, April 18, 2024, The Ministry of Railway and the Ghana Railway Authority experienced another sabotage from the National Democratic Congress, during the test run of the newly procured trains for the Tema-Mpakadam rail-line. The branch secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Abel Dzidotor, intentionally parked a Kia Truck on the railway, succeeding in his attempt to see the train crash.

 Out of the 4 counts levelled against Mr. Dzidotor at the court, he pleaded guilty to 4 of it and has been sentenced to serve 6-month jail term.

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The owner of the abandoned truck which caused accident on one of the newly secured trains has been jailed 6 months. 41 year old Abel Dzidotor is said to have pleaded guilty in court today to three out of the four counts leveled against him.


News reaching Daily Insights today reveals, the owner of the abandoned truck, Abel Dzidotor, is a staunch NDC member and a branch secretary for the National Democratic Congress.

  Mr Abel Dzidotor, parked the abandoned truck directly across the Tema-Mpakadan railway in a sharp rail curve. Despite emergency braking by the train driver, the train couldn’t be stopped in time thereby hitting the unattended vehicle causing the train crash. The train is part of the newly procured trains from Poland and was undergoing a test run.


Early this year, it was also reported that some unidentified people have vandalized transformers and stolen copper wires plunging the some communities into darkness. This could be attributed to a calculated attempt to sabotage the government’s developmental efforts to fuel the dissemination of  propaganda in order to score cheap political points.



The Vice President of the republic of Ghana, Dr Mahamud Bawumia visited the Madina Market to commiserate with victims of the fire outbreak that gutted parts of the market today.

Dr Bawumia with a trader and her daughter

The fire outbreak which began around 9pm on Wednesday April 10, gutted a section of Madina Market leaving about 50 shops and properties worth thousands of cedis destroyed. The Vice President of the republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamud Bawumia sympathized with victims of the fire outbreak and assured them of government’s financial support  to ameliorate their plight.

Madina market after the fire outbreak

Dr. Bawumia conveyed government’s concern and assured them of government’s steps to replace the burnt shops. The presidential candidate of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) promised the traders with a new 120 store facility which will be  a three-story edifice with 70 underground shops.

Artistic impression of the 120 shore facility promised.

In addition, Dr Bawumia promised financial support through the Ghana Enterprise Agency’s Women Empowerment Fund for the traders after verification process and consultation with the municipal assembly.

He further urged them to take precautionary measures to avoid future occurrence by making sure qualified electricians wire their shops. And also, he implored they sign up to fire insurance policy to help protect their investment.


Government Constructs 526 New Basic Schools Since 2017: Africa Education Watch Confirms Accuracy of Performance Tracker Data

In a recent revelation, Kofi Asare, the Executive Director for Africa Education Watch, has affirmed the government’s commitment to education infrastructure development, citing the construction of 526 new basic schools since 2017.

A JHS Model School at Ejisu

Asare’s statement, made in response to a Facebook comment, sheds light on the progress made in expanding educational facilities across the country. The data provided by the government’s performance tracker has been confirmed as accurate by the Executive Director, adding credibility to the administration’s efforts in the education sector.

The construction of these basic schools signifies a significant investment in the future of the nation’s youth, providing them with access to quality education and improving overall literacy rates. Such initiatives are crucial in addressing educational disparities and ensuring equal opportunities for all children, regardless of their socio-economic background.

Furthermore, the confirmation of the accuracy of the performance tracker data underscores the government’s transparency and accountability in monitoring and evaluating its educational initiatives. It reflects a commitment to evidence-based policymaking and fosters trust between the government and its citizens.

A JHS Model School at Kwabenya

Asare’s endorsement of the government’s achievements in education infrastructure development serves as a testament to the progress made in the sector. However, he also emphasizes the need for continued monitoring and evaluation to ensure that these schools are adequately equipped and staffed to deliver quality education to students.

In a recent revelation, Kofi Asare, the Executive Director for Africa Education Watch, has affirmed the government’s commitment...
A science laboratory at a JHS Model School

The construction of 526 new basic schools since 2017 is undoubtedly a commendable achievement, but it is only the first step towards addressing the broader challenges facing the education sector. As stakeholders continue to work towards improving access to quality education for all, the government’s commitment to transparency and accountability will remain essential in driving positive change in the nation’s educational landscape.


Director of Communications for Dr Bawumia Campaign Accuses NDC of Envy and Hatred Towards Free SHS Graduates

The media at the press conference

In a recent statement, Dennis Miracles Aboagye, the Director of Communications for the Dr Bawumia Campaign, has accused the National Democratic Congress (NDC) of harboring envy, bitterness, and hatred towards the beneficiaries of the Free Senior High School (SHS) policy, commonly referred to as the “Akufo-Addo graduates”. The Free SHS policy, a flagship program of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) government led by President Nana Akufo-Addo, aims to provide free secondary education to all eligible Ghanaian students. Since its inception, the policy has been both lauded and criticized.

Some personalities present during the press conference

According to Dennis Miracles Aboagye, the recent attacks on the Free SHS policy and its beneficiaries by the NDC’s flagbearer is indication of sheer envy, bitterness, and hatred towards these promising young Ghanaians. He said that instead of celebrating the opportunities afforded to these students through the policy, the NDC has resorted to negative rhetoric and criticism.”The NDC’s constant attacks on the Free SHS policy and its beneficiaries reveal a deeper animosity towards the progress and success of young Ghanaians,” he stated. “Rather than offering constructive criticism or proposing alternative solutions, the NDC chooses to undermine the achievements of these students and the government’s efforts to improve access to education.” he further remarked.

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Government Unveils Ambitious Modernization Drive for Technical and STEM Education.

During a press conference today, Dennis Miracles Aboagye, the Director of Communications for Dr Bawumia’s 2024 Campaign, announced a comprehensive modernization and expansion drive for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education in Ghana. He further highlighted significant achievements in the modernization of TVET, with new state-of-the-art facilities under construction and already existing ones undergoing renovation. He emphasized the government’s vision of adopting Dual TVET Method, which combines classroom learning with practical and on-the-job training which will ensure students are well-prepared for their chosen fields.


In a bid to bolster STEM education,Dennis Miracles Aboagye revealed that the government has completed the construction of ten regional STEM centers across the country. These centers aim to train a complete STEM pipeline from primary through Junior High School (JHS) to Senior High School (SHS). The Accra High School STEM Centre, operational already, receives around two hundred and fifty students daily, offering training in robotics, 3D printing, coding, physics, chemistry, and biology for JHS and SHS students in the Greater Accra Region.Additionally, he disclosed that six other STEM centers, nearing ninety percent completion, are located at prominent educational institutions such as Mfantsipim School, Fijai SHS, Koforidua SHS, Jinijini SHS, Ahafoman SHS, and Abuakwa SHS. Meanwhile, centers at Mawuko SHS, Sefwi Wiawso SHS, and Atebubu SHS are between thirty to fifty percent complete, showcasing the government’s commitment to expanding STEM education nationwide.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)

Furthermore, he remarked government has embarked on improving science laboratories (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) in one hundred and eighty (180) selected Senior High Schools, aiming to enhance practical learning experiences and improve the quality of science education across the country. 

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The Communication Directorate of the Bawumia Campaign Team led by Dennis Miracles Aboagye in a Press Conference this afternoon which centred on the Future of Education in Ghana has revealed that there is a possible threat in our education sector should former President Mahama be allowed to take over power once again. According to Dennis Miracles, the future of Ghanaian youth rests on the quality of today’s education and for that matter, we cannot allow education to be bastardized by the politics of an incompetent presidential candidate who failed as a president.

The Bawumia campaign is disdained about the recent attacks on the credibility of WASSCE results and the intelligence of the students as well as the efforts of their teachers and parents by the presidential candidate of the opposition NDC and former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama. The Bawumia campaign team in their official presser believes that former President Mahama’s unnecessary attacks on our education causes reputational damage to our education globally.

Dennis Miracles Aboagye in his presser emphasized the position of the NPP and its presidential candidate. The team believes that the NPP and Dr. Bawumia has the future of Ghanaian youth at heart and are poised to render Ghana ready for the 4th industrial revolution which would be achieved in the possible Bawumia government starting January 2025.     


NDC’S Mary Awusi, diagnosed of HIV/AIDS according to her ex boyfriend

NDC party communicator and former parliamentary candidate of the Asante Akyem North constituency, Mary Awusi has been exposed by her ex-boyfriend who revealed that the vitriolic NDC communicator has been living with HIV/AIDS for some time now.

Mary Awusi

According to the ex-boyfriend, Mary has been involved in multiple sex relationships which has resulted in such condition. Mary Awusi in 2016 contested the Parliamentary Elections for the Asante Akyem North Constituency on the ticket of the NDC where she obtained a paltry 969 votes representing 2.83% against his contender, Kwaku Asante-Boateng’s 31,151 representing 60.93%.

Failed NDC parliamentary candidate

The failed Parliamentary Candidate has since then become useless and a poodle of the NDC, consistently passing malicious comments and sleeping around with multiple men to make ends meet.

Mary Awusi

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The banking industry has benefited from Ghana Card, according to Fidelity Bank MD

Julian Opuni, Managing Director of Fidelity Bank, has recognized and applauded the Ghana Card’s noteworthy contributions to the financial industry.

Banks link individual Ghana Cards to bank accounts

Following his meeting with the Oxford Business Group, Julian Opuni, the MD of Fidelity Bank, gave a statement in which he highlighted the significant progress the Ghana Card has achieved in enhancing security protocols and thwarting financial sector fraud.

He praised the Ghana Card’s contribution to cleaning up the financial industry, but he also emphasized the card’s robust biometric capabilities, readability of real-time data, and easy integration with other systems. He also mentioned the card’s role in supporting accurate Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance and anti-money laundering initiatives.

The Ghana Card

He also discussed how the Ghana Card has changed the risk profile of government securities, which could eventually make banks more interested in financing from the private sector.

Additionally, Mr. Julian Opuni mentioned the critical role the Ghana Card has played in enabling digital transactions, particularly the interoperability of mobile banking and mobile money, which he said is moving the nation closer to a cashless society.

Julian Opuni

“By utilizing the extensive database, both fintech and traditional banking institutions may provide a range of financial services and encourage cashless transactions. Because of these developments, entry barriers are reduced, especially for those from low-income backgrounds, and the financial ecosystem becomes more inclusive. In an interview with the Oxford Business Group, Opuni stated, “The Ghana Card provides accessible formal identification, especially for those in remote areas, by streamlining the online and in-person account opening process.”

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Dr. Bawumia’s Bold Vision: Training 1 Million Youth in IT Skills to Transform Ghana’s Future

Vice President Dr. Bawumia has revealed a bold and ambitious plan to expand Ghana’s youth capacity and create access to international employment markets. At least one million young Ghanaians will receive IT skills training, including software creation, as part of government-private sector collaboration under the presidency of Dr.Bawumia.

Bawumia Speaks

This innovative project is being presented at a critical juncture, as technological proficiency and digital literacy are becoming more and more important in the global job market. Dr. Bawumia’s policy aims to solve unemployment and establish Ghana as a hub for qualified professionals in the world of technology by providing young Ghanaians with contemporary IT capabilities.

The significance of this initiative cannot be overstated. Technology is advancing so quickly that there is a continuing demand for skilled IT professionals across all businesses. The government is empowering people and enhancing Ghana’s competitiveness in the global marketplace by funding the education and training of one million young Ghanaians.

Moreover, the collaboration with the private sector ensures that the training programs are aligned with industry needs and standards, maximizing the employability of the participants. This strategic partnership fosters a symbiotic relationship between the government, private enterprises, and the youth, driving economic growth and prosperity for all stakeholders.

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Flagbearer of the NPP

Dr. Bawumia’s vision goes beyond job creation; it is about unleashing the untapped potential of Ghana’s youth and positioning them as drivers of innovation and progress in the digital age. By nurturing a skilled workforce capable of competing on a global scale, Ghana can attract investment, foster entrepreneurship, and chart a path towards sustainable development.

Vice President and the Presidential Candidate of the NPP speaks

Dr. Bawumia’s commitment to training 1 million youth in IT skills is a transformative step towards harnessing Ghana’s demographic dividend and securing a brighter future for generations to come. It is a bold vision that holds the promise of unlocking Ghana’s full potential in the digital era.

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