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John Evans Atta Mills

Date of Birth: 21/07/1944
Place of Birth: Tarkwa, Western Region
Died: 24/07/2012


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Diplomatic challenge

Akufo-Addo, who is the New Patriotic Party candidate in December’s election, diplomatically avoided responding in detail to a question on the Woyome payments scandal that is plaguing his rival President John Evans Atta Mills, saying he was confident that Ghana’s police and judiciary were capable of managing a credible investigation...


Who paid whom for what?

The deepening row over Alfred Agbesi Woyome’s financing of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) is a nightmare for President John Atta Mills’s re-election campaign...


It's Woyome time

President John Evans Atta Mills duly obliged but also ordered the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) to investigate the Woyome payments...


The Accra boosters

Yet there are bigger questions about whether President John Evans Atta Mills’s economic modernisation programme, backed by Chinese and Indian finance, is viable...


Great expectations

The NDC wants a second four-year term for President John Atta Mills and Vice-President John Dramani Mahama...


Smart money, prickly politics

However, Ouattara’s relations with Ghanaian President John Evans Atta Mills, who was more equivocal over the election, remain less than enthusiastic...


NDC hopes for Beijing election bonanza

President John Evans Atta Mills has pursued a strategy of protecting the commanding heights of the oil economy from Western interests in the upstream sector and tying them later into mid- and downstream operations owned by local exploration companies, mostly from Ghana and Nigeria...


Wary of pipeline politics

The NPP’s Akufo-Addo, who is challenging incumbent John Atta Mills in the presidential election in December, said in London last month that an NPP government would apply rigorous ‘value for money’ tests to the planned oil and gas projects...


The emperor's new house

A bruising election year in Ghana kicked off with President John Atta Mills’s 9 January announcement of the death of South Korean company STX Corporation’s US$10 billion housing programme...


Beijing’s gas loan tests IMF

An official in Osu Castle says that President John Evans Atta Mills has told Finance Minister Kwabena Duffuor to do everything possible to ensure that Ghana secures the Chinese loan, even at the expense of IMF membership...


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