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marricke kofi gane

  • I admire the guy below. How many of us put our money where our mouth is?

    Award-winning Ghanaian journalist, communications expert and social entrepreneur, David Amofo, says he admires Mr. Marricke Kofi Gane’s independent candidacy bid for the highest office in the land.

  • If any government were to take entrepreneurship seriously, I would have expected these few things to be in place by now:

    It's a sad sight that in Ghana, persons who strive to break free from the rat race and become entrepreneurs are not consciously supported to do well. It is obvious Government does not understand that Entrepreneurs are the CORE backbone to economic sovereignty not the export of Gold, Oil, or Cocoa by the state. To a large extent we have had Governments (other than Kuffuor's to a limited extent) who are focused on being in business rather than creating an environment for businesses to flourish.

  • We are not practicing Christianity when people are taught faith is all about praying, lazily folding our arms and waiting on God to do His miracle - even those we claim brought us the Holy Bible still have industries and Citizens working 24/7;

    For the volume of ancient manuscripts I have paid money to read, for the secrets of the Rosicrucians, Masons and Brotherhoods I have known, for the frightening depths of modern and future sciences I have luckily been privy to - it would have been easy to start believing there was no God. But I have only known him more.

  • According to figures and definitions being shared across Ghanaian media platforms, the Ghana Statistical Service, the Ghana Habitat for Humanity findings, UN-Habitat Factsheet 21, UN-OHCHR, research publications by Ghanaian and non-Ghanaian academics, we have a pervasive homeless and housing problem in Ghana that has been a ticking time-bomb since the early 2000s.

  • But it does not end there. Here is why: After the Expose, BBC carried the news – it reached far. The following day, TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL emailed it to its subscribers (I subscribe to it) – it means its gone viral in the circles of serious business people. But there’s more...

     I was asked the other day on what I thought the impact was likely to be of the Anas #12 expose (#12) on INVESTOR CONFIDENCE.

    Here are my views:

  • Also caught up in the demolition exercise are the office buildings of the Scholarship Secretariat and Passport Office at Ridge.

    Aspiring presidential candidate, Marricke Kofi Gane, has lashed out at the ruling NPP government’s decision to demolish several buildings at Ridge, a quasi-residential and office area in the nation’s capital, Accra, to pave the way towards the construction of a National Cathedral.

  • “Sadly, I have been informed that the "SCHOOL AUTHORITIES" do not find the topic conducive, and as such, the Lecture has been cancelled. In my opinion - Conducive is Politically aligned.”

    Authorities at the University of Education Winneba (UEW) have terminated a scheduled speaking invitation handed to Mr. Marricke K. Gane by the Department of Political Science Education and the Centre For Conflicts Human Rights and Peace Studies team at the University.

  • From my video yesterday, I hear what many are saying loud and clear and you are all right - " that 70% of Ghanaians live in Poverty and will suffer no electricity and water and that their hand-to-mouth economy cannot support them in a Lockdown.

    A MOMO Agent saw me today and exclaimed in Twi "Eheeeh Bra Panyin, yesi Yari3 be abaa, 3y3 ampaa?" (To wit - "big brother, I hear there's a new disease in town, is it true?). I had to spend time educating her in my mask. There are many like her!

  • “Your Excellency, I believe we are at that point and there is the need now to exercise that decisive courage”

    Independent presidential candidate, Mr. Marricke Kofi Gane, has called on the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) government to put the country in lockdown following the rising number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the country as well as in neighboring countries such as Burkina Faso, Togo, Nigeria, and Ivory Coast.

  • I knew then, what many would say, but I needed to do it. I knew the insults to come, the sleaze, the doubtful castings. There was ...

    It was a Thursday night in October. I lay on a bed in the little town of Heidelberg, Germany. The room felt heavy, almost as though the thoughts in my head were leaving my mind and filling up the room. Six months earlier, my heart and mind had started forming around the decision whether to go into politics at this level - a process which started all the way in 2015. Back then, I left if at culminating my thoughts into a treatise I titled, "The Marricke Gane Chronicles". I said to myself, at least that's enough. Some folks will take it and find some use for it. Now, it was different - it was taking on flesh.

  • The Accountant General faltered by gross negligence in ensuring functional internal controls were operating and the question MUST now be asked if it was deliberate or not. The MP-Ministers faltered by displaying gross dishonesty.

    We may have bashed the MP-Ministers who took the double pay. I did too and they deserved it for their gross dishonesty.

  • Well, let me put it this way – it is not enough if I wish to stand – the people must also want me to stand, after all, they will be the ones to vote for me. What I can say however is this - if I do make an announcement to stand in 2020, it will be because the people believe in me. Do I believe I am ready myself?

    Marricke Kofi Gane is a chartered accountant by profession, a corporate coach, and an International Development expert, with experience managing several aid funds for European governments in over 30 countries.

  • AA: Like any armchair football coach, the armchair politician’s task is always the easiest; it becomes a different story when the reality hits him in office. What is your take on that?

    Marricke Kofi Gane is a chartered accountant by profession, a corporate coach, and an International Development expert, with experience managing several aid funds for European governments in over 30 countries.

  • In light of his active Social Media activity and forthcoming book launch scheduled for 13th November, 2015 at the Botsio Hall of Ghana's famous Alisa Hotel at 5:30pm, Immortal Boa-Ansah engaged the highly esteemed author - Marricke Kofi Gane formerly Charles Kofi Fekpe who has 10 published books to his credit in a brief interview to learn more about him and hopefully afford his audience an opportunity to get to know him just a tad bit better before the Book Launch.

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