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The yearly Ghana Tribal football match organize by SOLIDA Foundation and sponsor by Time DAOU Media UG as just started in Kumasi distric with the first match between Kusaases and Moshie.

We decided to organize this football match because we believe that sports is capable of uniting people especially those of dissenting beliefs. As was seen in this match, it was so beautiful to see the Kusaases and the Mamprusi peacefully engaging in competition not on a winner/loser endeavor but to drum the message home that though people may differ in their beliefs or may be competing for a common interest it is possible to live in peace and harmony.

The Solidarity for the Development of Africa, a not-for-profit and a non governmental organization, wishes to appeal to the good people of Bawku to consolidate the current stable and peaceful atmosphere of the area. As one people with one language and a culture you have a challenge to prove to Ghana and the world that you may have your differences like any other people but you are capable of burying them

by your own effort. We urge you to forgive each other and cultivate the forward moving spirit. The power to forgive and the desire and spirit to leave the bitter past is the only secret that can give hope to your children and prosperity.

The Germans and the Jews, and the US and Japan and many others had their bitter past but today they are making the best of global partnership which has brought mutual development to their people and the rest of the world. What would have been the fate of their current generation if they  had refused to let go their bitterness? Though difficult let us tell ourselves that it is possible and we can do it. Your children and future generations deserve a chance to enjoy the good things of life like others in other parts of the country and the world but the key to this is in your hands.

We however, wish to appeal to politicians to desist from exploiting conflict situations for political gains. It has never helped the politician or the people. Power that was gained on the basis of exploitation of the

vulnerable was likely to be taken away by the same means.

We also wish to commend the security forces for doing a professional job which has brought calm to the area. We as a civil society group shall continue to offer support within our means to ensure that lasting peace is brought to Bawku and all other parts of the country.

Message from Dawouda Oumar and Aberinga Milton ( Founders of SOLIDA Foundation)


About 80% of negative stories the media used to report about the late President John Evans Atta Mills were absolutely incorrect, false and fabricated. It’s because the President refused to pay them bribe in order to promote his government

“Even his (President Mills) own people, I mean party men hated him because of the truth he stood by in discharge of his official duties”

Asked to identify by their names, Bobie cowardly replied “they know by their fruits and locations they meet.

“Have you ever been tipped (favored) by the late President?” asked Okuoba. “I could remember, President Mills gave me 100 new Ghana cedis for my transport after having conducted interview with him. Even Koku Anyidoho jokingly teased me “that’s Old Man for you, he would never give bribe.”

These were revelations by Nana Kwabena Bobie Ansah, a radio journalist and a program host at Asempa FM “Ekosii sen”when he was being interviewed by Okuoba Gyasi of Hot FM last Tuesday morning program.

When asked to give a brief description of the late President Mills, Nana Bobie retorted “He was “Asomdwehene”, Father for all; Uncle Atta; Agya Atta; Father for the vulnerable, the voiceless as well as the destitute. I personally called him “Papa”- He was more than a father to me”

“Late president Mills had suffered in the hands of his traitors, those who used abusive words to him. He could have exercised his veto powers to instruct to discipline those “FONKA” boys for their misconducts but he forgave them”

“I personally believe in the principles of consciousness, Because Prof. Mills kept repeating the word conscience, Human conscience - several times to me”.

Nana Bobie continued “whenever I did a program and it went wrong, he would call to advise me on how to conduct and control myself behind the console”.

Okuoba Gyasi enquired to know, if these pieces of advice were in place, what prevented him (Prof) making them public?

The suspended radio presenter swiftly replied “Have you ever had a bad, vagabond and indiscipline child before? Do you advise your wife if she misbehaves? If so, do you ever unveil her (wife’s) attitude in public? That’s Prof. Mills for you.”

Asked to comment on institutions and individuals demanding to know the cause of the President’s death.

Nana Bobie stressed “I can say, a lot of people are sick especially, some flag bearers are having kidney problems and other diseases. Late President Mills had never denied he was sick. He came publicly to confess to the nation and added that, this (Sickness) could not prevent him from discharging of his duty to the nation”.

“I however suggest that, the dead is gone but all impending aspirants need to undergo medical check-ups before they resume offices “

According to reliable sources, seven pathologists had performed the postmortem examination in presence of Dr.Cadman Mills and other relatives and the results were delivered to the family. This is a private matter and confidential issues.” Nana Bobie lamented

“On this note, I wish to state that, opposition NPP can not use the death of President Mills on their campaign platforms and expect to win votes”

Nana Kwabena Bobie Ansah however concluded his story and added that,” President Mills never dies, Ghana will not die…I salute President Mills and wish him “damirefa due”. May his soul rest in perfect peace in the bosom of the Living God”.

Report by: Mensah Dekportor (Hamburg)

The New Patriotic Party in Germany has learnt with shock and surprise the sudden death of  His Excellency  John Evans Atta-Mill, President of the republic of Ghana

On this sad occasion, NPP Germany would want to join millions of Ghanaians around the world in expressing our deepest sorrows and sympathy to his wife and the entire bereaved family.

Our deepest condolences also go to our brothers and sisters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and wish them God’s strength at this difficult time.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and the entire nation.

May his soul rest in perfect peace



Director of Communications


Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood on Tuesday night swore into office, Mr. John Dramani Mahama in Parliament as the 4th President of the Republic of Ghana and Commander-in-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces.

President John Mahama takes over the remaining term of Prof. John Evans Atta Mills, who died earlier on Tuesday at the 37 Military Hospital after suffering a short illness. President Mahama until Tuesday was Vice President for the late President Mills.

Parliament was recalled by Speaker of Parliament Joyce Bamford-Addo for an emergency sitting after an earlier meeting in the day, where a letter was read by the speaker informing MP’s of the President’s decision to travel to Nigeria on Tuesday night on an official visit. Both sides of the political divide wore black and red, to signify their grief.

Mr. Mahama returned to Ghana and, from 1991 to 1996, he worked as the Information, Culture and Research Officer at the Embassy of Japan in Accra.

From there he moved to the nongovernmental agency (NGO) PLAN International's Ghana Country Office, where he worked as International Relations, Sponsorship Communications and Grants Manager. Mahama was first elected to the Parliament of Ghana in 1996 to represent the Bole/Bamboi Constituency for a four-year term. In April 1997, Mr. Mahama was appointed Deputy Minister of Communications.

He rose to become the substantive Minister of Communications by November 1998; it was a position he held until January 2001 when the National Democratic Congress (NDC), which was the current ruling party, handed over power to the newly elected New Patriotic Party's government.

In 2000, Mahama was re-elected for another four-year term as the Member of Parliament for the Bole/Bamboi Constituency. He was again re-elected in 2004 for a third term. From 2001 to 2004, Mahama served as the Minority Parliamentary Spokesman for Communications. In 2002, he was appointed the Director of Communications for the NDC.

Mahama has seven children. He is married to Lordina Mahama. It is unclear however, if President John Mahama will be selected by the National Democratic Congress to lead the party in the December elections.


Bamako - Jihadists occupying northern Mali on Thursday said they had cut off the hand of a thief in accordance with strict Islamic law which they have imposed on the population.

“Yes, I confirm it. We applied sharia in Ansongo yesterday (Wednesday). The hand of a thief was cut off. Sharia demands it,” a leader of the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa told AFP. Witnesses in the town confirmed the incident. - Sapa-AFP

TopAfric wishes to express its deepest sorrow following the untimely passing away of President Prof. John Evans Atta Fifi Mills of Ghana.  He died a strong believer in modern  democracy, his death occurred at the 37 Military hospital in Accrca. He was 68 years old.

We extend our condolences to the First Lady, Madam Naadu Mills, his family and the good people of Ghana for this sudden call. The lord shall abundantly reward him for his relentless service to Ghana and mankind.

We wish to encourage Ghanaians all over the world to be proud of themselves, and the swiftness at which the newly sworn president, John Dramani Mahama was undertaken needs to be commended. 

May his soul rest in peace.


We entreat all Churches especially in Germany to organize a special memorial service in his honor, which shall be followed by a non denominational church service. Date and venue shall be communicated to you soon.

 Desmond John Beddy (TopAfric)

Prof John Evans Atta Mills, President of the Republic of Ghana is dead according to reliable information reaching Peacefmonline.com.

The President died on Tuesday afternoon after suffering from a long battle with sickness.  His death occurred at the 37 Military hospital in Accrca.

 Prof John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills was born on 21st July 1944 and was Sixty Eight-years-   old (68-years-old).

 He was the third and current President of the Fourth Republic of Ghana and was inaugurated on the 7th of January 2009, having defeated the ruling party candidate Nana Akufo-Addo in the 2008 election.

He was Vice-President from 1997 to 2001 under President Jerry John Rawlings, and stood unsuccessfully in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections as the candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

He recently returned from a nine day medical check-up in the United States. Prior to his trip to the U.S of A on June 16th, questions had been asked about the whereabouts of the president after he had not been seen in public for close to two weeks whilst communal violence ravaged parts of the country.

After a successful routine medical checkup in New York, H.E the President of the Republic of Ghana arrived home at about 12:45pm on Monday 25th June, 2012 to a rousing welcome. Before his departure to the USA, President Mills quashed rumours of his death when he addressed the media. He also stated that he is going for a “routine check-up” and will be “away for a few days.” In a formal notice to Parliament, President Mills said he will be away in the US until June 25, 2012. Details of the Presidential notice were read to MP’s during Tuesday's sitting of the House by the first Deputy Speaker, Hon Edward Doe Adzaho, who presided over proceedings.

 The President’s letter read: “In accordance with Article 59 of the Constitution of Ghana, I write to inform you that I shall be away in the US from Saturday, 16 June to Monday 25 June, 2012 for a routine medical check-up. “During my absence the Vice-President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E John Dramani Mahama, shall in accordance with Article 60 (8) of the Constitution act in my stead. Kindly accept, Right Honourable the assurances of my highest consideration.


 Prof. John Evans Atta Mills,

 President of the Republic of Ghana.

 This was his last letter to parliament prior to his “routine check-up” in the United States of America.

 Condolences to all Ghanaians and his family from Peacefmonline.com.


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