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By this time in the year 2000, John Kufuor led NPP were campaigning with Positive Change and “hwe wo asetena mu na tu aba pa”. Newly established Peace FM and the media in general were also blowing the “wind of change”. Finally, Ghanaians uprooted the NDC and transplanted John Kufuor and the NPP from opposition to power. As the P/NDC walked sorrowfully...
A former presidential candidate of the Convention People Party (CPP), Dr. Michael Abu Sakara Foster, has observed the ‘winner-takes-all’ politics is thwarting the country’s development and democracy.   A chunk of the population, he said, feel neglected from the day-t...
A non-partisan political movement, National Interest Movement (NIM), has underscored the need for a system change toward building a prosperous society for all. According to its Executive Secretary, Dr Susan Adu Amankwah, the prevalence of “voter fatigue and loss of interest in the options offered by our democracy so far in the fourth republic” calls for the need for &ldquo...
  Founder and leader of National Interest Movement (NIM), Dr Abu Sakara Foster is urging Ghanaians to demand system change now  if they seriously desire to build a prosperous society for all and not just a few. Addressing the media on Tuesday, 16th June, 2020 at NIM's pre-launch media engagement event at Central Hotel in Accra, the former presidential candidate em...
NIM’s position on the electoral register saga is unique and stands part from those being expoused in the mainstream media. It is not the case that any of those arguments reflect NIM’s position. We debate this matter on the platform and there are divergent views. However we all agree on some basics that in essence reflect our consensus for NIM. 1. EC has a mandate and responsi...