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BREAKING NEWS: PPP Will Have Opportunity To File Again- EC Disqualification Squashed

Flood Issues: Mahama must show leadership – Nduom

The Progressive Individuals’s Social gathering can have a chance to rectify errors on the types of its presidential candidate to allow him contest the upcoming December elections. This follows a Excessive Courtroom ruling that quashed the choice by the Electoral Fee. An Accra Excessive Courtroom presided over by Justice Eric Kyei Baffuor Friday morning ordered the Electoral Fee to permit …

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It’s Foolish For My Employees To Support Mahama…

Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom and family acquire bank in Chicago

The Presidential Candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has said although he would wished that his employees share in his public service philosophy, its somewhat liberal for one to belong to any other party apart from his PPP within Groupe Nduom establishments. There are speculations that employees within the Groupe Nduom holdings are mandated to …

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Do You Know Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom Owns 65 Businesses – Here’re All Of Them

Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom Owns 65 Businesses

Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom, a Ghanaian politician and businessman has been known for time as one of the richest Ghanaians. But very little is known about how he makes his money. Dr. Nduom has created 65 businesses around the world, with the bulk of it operating in Ghana. His businesses fall mostly in the banking/finance, hospitality and media categories. He …

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Flood Issues: Mahama must show leadership – Nduom

Flood Issues: Mahama must show leadership – Nduom

Businessman and Politician, Paa Kwesi Ndoum, has called on President Mahama to show leadership in the handling of key national issues, yesterday’s floods being one. In a Facebook post Thursday, Nduom, who operates a number of businesses across the country, recounted an experience that caused some of his investments to lose “valuable, expensive equipment and stock meant for sale.” “I …

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