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Ghana

John Dramani Mahama

Date of Birth: 29/11/1958
Place of Birth: Damongo, Northern Region, Ghana


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Great expectations

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


Housing scheme crumbles

The failure of the scheme which was one of President John Atta Mills’s biggest initiatives could damage senior politicians including Vice-President John Mahama...


Are the politicians high?

As a slew of personally damaging allegations drawn from the cables were discussed in detail on the feisty FM radio stations in Accra and Kumasi Vice-President John Dramani Mahama urged journalists to concentrate on serious matters ‘such as development...


A Mills bomb for Rawlings

Vice-President John Dramani Mahama who had remained discreet during the presidential nomination contest is the obvious beneficiary alongside Mills...


The revolution will be financed

Unlike the opposition Vice-President John Dramani Mahama is confident of Ghana’s ability to repay the loan which will increase the country’s total public debt to nearly $25 bn...


Slow movers

In early June Parliamentary Finance Committee Chairman James Avedzi who accompanied Vice-President John Mahama on a trip to South Korea during the initial phases of negotiation said that the government should cancel the deal if there was no progress on the ground one year after the deal’s signing...


Squatters, pipes and rails

In early June Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Chairman Jiang Jianqing met Vice-President John Mahama at Osu Castle to discuss investment in Eastern Corridor rail projects...


Opening time at Osu Castle

Vice-President John Mahama has worked well with Mills taking on much of the more energetic politicking and shuttle diplomacy especially in the fractious northern region and sharing the President’s savvy media style...


The cost of Ghana’s Asian Alliance

The STX housing project is the pet project of Ghana’s Vice-President John Mahama and is criticised on many grounds: it is poor value for money the finance for it is not transparent and above all it is unnecessary because Ghanaian contractors are quite capable of building housing estates without foreign help...


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