'... Unfortunately, I did not listen to voices of reason. Our elders say a disease that will kill a man first breaks sticks into his ears.'
AU says president already conceded, so new protest is 'Null and Void'
“It is deeply concerning that in the last few months an increasing number of citizens have been arrested and are facing prosecution for participating in peaceful protests ..."
"The call (from Mahama) came just a few minutes ago," Boakye Agyarko, a senior aide to Akufo-Addo, told Reuters.
United Nations says 13.8 million people facing hunger as lean season begins
Electoral commission has not declared winner, but challenger Akufo-Addo expected to triumph
Presenting the budget in parliament today, Chinamasa said the country is expected to grow by 1,7% from 0.6% estimated this year.
What Zimbabweans are now asking President Mugabe to do is to urgently present a State of Resignation Address
“In line with the strategy to release the Bond Notes on a measured or drip feed basis, the Bank would like to advise the public that it is releasing the second batch of $2 Bond Notes amounting to $7 million this week.”
Incumbent President John Mahama Facing Strong Challenge Over Economic Issues
Excitement among voters high but opinions divided on candidates facing off in Wednesday poll
Among the most trending topics were the Rio Olympics, the US presidential election and Pokemon Go