Tag Archives: PPP

Can Dr. Ndoum and his ‘By Day’ supporters win this election?

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by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                     #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana  On Friday, October 28 2016, an Accra High Court presided over by His Lordship George Kyei Baffour in his ruling quashed the disqualification of PPP presidential candidate, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom by the Electoral Commission (EC). Dr Nduom was part of 13 aspirants disqualified from contesting in the December ...

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Ndoum joins hundreds in walk to party HQ amid jubilation

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by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                     #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana  It’s been 18 days of anxiety for PPP presidential aspirant, Dr. Kwesi Nduom since that tortuous announcement by Electoral Commission Chair, Charlotte Osei on his disqualification as well as 11 others. Within the ensuing period, Ndoum, a business tycoon with over 40 businesses in his stable had run to ...

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Ndoum: Why fail PPP yet allow NPP & NDC who also failed to pass?

Dr. Kwesi Ndoum

by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                     #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana  An aggrieved Papa Kwesi Ndoum is insisting his rights be respected by the Electoral Commission (EC) asserting “there is a selective application of justice.” According to the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), ...

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Going for loan to finance filing fees an option – PPP Advisor

Progressive People’s Party (PPP)

by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                     #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana  An Accra High Court has rejected the interlocutory injunction, the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) is seeking, freeing the hands of the Electoral Commission (EC) to accept the filing fees of presidential and parliamentary aspirants which pending the court’s ruling they had refused to take although aspirants were allowed to ...

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