In an election year, no less historic than the last, Emmanuel A. Gamor, the managing editor of the New Ghanaian newspaper, is launching a new project with unbiased, non-partisan and objective reportage on the office of Ghana’s highest leadership position, the presidency.
With a little less than two months till voting day on 7th December 2012, the political climate in Ghana could not be more intriguing. After the untimely death of John Evans Atta-Mills, the smooth transition for his vice, John Dramani Mahama’s take-over indicated Ghana’s maturity in adhering to the democratic process. President Mahama’s continuation of the former President’s policies reaffirms this and yet questions linger about Atta-Mills’ illness and the events that actually lead to his death.
Reporting on Ghana’s presidency seeks to elevate the discourse in sharing the role, responsibilities and challenges of the office, identifying leadership traits that are necessary in achieving success, measuring the policies, follow-through as well as effects of these policies on citizens through social justice lens, and soliciting opinions from Ghanaians of all ages and economic strata in measuring the President’s successes and failures.
Have you ever wondered what the literary and musical influences of the current president are? What do the next generation of future leaders’ (those in primary 1 through 6) think are the leadership qualities the next President of Ghana should possess? These and many more will be explored on the media site: www.ReportingGhanaPresidency.com
The reporting will be positive, factual and enlightening and Reporting on Ghana’s Presidency (RGP) will be a refreshing take in exploring the office of the nation’s topmost democratically elected leader. To support RGP and help maintain our reporting independence you can donate to our campaign here.
To join the team, if you have questions, comments or concerns email eman@ReportingGhanaPresidency.com . To stay connected on social media follow us on twitter @rgpEman and like our Facebook page.