Ghana’s electoral register to be used in the December 7 presidential and parliamentary elections is now available through the Electoral Commission’s website. The EC has
Despite describing the Free SHS policy as “Sakawa” or unrealistic in the lead-up to the 2012 elections, President Mahama announced two years later, plans by his government to implement a free secondary education system. However, in 2017 the NPP again launched a Free SHS programme which was different in scope and size.
It came to many on social media as a surprise when Ghana’s voters’ register was being accessed via a link on google drive between November
Claim: Ghana ranked 2nd in the 2018 Global Teacher Status Index. Source: Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh Verdict: False Researched by Sani Abdul-Rahman Ghana’s education sector
Claim: Two claims about Ghana going back to HIPC and the country’s debt levels Source: Sammy Gyamfi Verdict: One false, one exaggerated Researched by
Claim: President Akufo-Addo accepts to debate John Mahama Source: Unknown Verdict: Fake Researched by Sani Abdul-Rahman A letter allegedly signed by the Director of Communications
Claim: Two claims about Ghana’s economic performance and unemployment data Source: Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo Verdict: One mixture, one false Mixture: The claim has a mix of
Claim: Even with a voter ID card, you won’t be allowed to vote on December 7 if your name is not found in the Register.
The claim was made by an online platform, Newsmunews.net in an undated and unsourced short news article titled, “Coronavirus Wahala: EC postpones 2020 elections to 2023.”