Presidential Debates 2012
IEA
May 2016
This publication provides a transcript of the presentation and responses of the candidates at the first Presidential Debate on 30th October 2012 and the second on 20th November 2012. The issues and questions that were debated include corruption, decentralization, management of Ghana’s oil and gas sector, economic development, women’s representation in governance and foreign policy. The publication recognizes that the commitments made by the candidates at the Debates constitute a contract they made with the Ghanaian people in exchange for their support. As Ghana prepares for elections in 2016, it is hoped that the terms of this contract are not readily forgotten, and that the public continues to understand the policy perspectives of the respective candidates. ...
An Evening Encounter with Nana Akufo-Addo (2012)
IEA
May 2016
This publication provides a transcript of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s presentation and responses at the Evening Encounter held on 21st August 2012. The IEA has similarly published transcripts of all the Debates and Evening Encounters of the other candidates separately. The publication focusing on Nana Akufo-Addo recognizes that the commitments he made at the event constitute a contract that he made with the Ghanaian people in exchange for their support. As Ghana prepares for elections in 2016, it is hoped that the terms of this contract are not readily forgotten and that the public continues to understand the policy direction of this candidate. We hope that you find this publication useful. ...
An Evening Encounter with Hassan Ayariga (2012)
IEA
May 2016
This publication provides a transcript of Mr. Hassan Ayariga’s presentation and responses at the Evening Encounter held on 17th July 2012. The IEA has similarly published transcripts of all the Debates and Evening Encounters of the other candidates separately. This publication focusing on Mr. Hassan Ayariga recognizes that the commitments he made at the event constitute a contract that he made with the Ghanaian people in exchange for their support. As Ghana prepares for elections in 2016, it is hoped that the terms of this contract are not readily forgotten and that the public continues to understand the policy direction of this candidate. ...
An Evening Encounter with Abu Sakara Foster 2012
IEA
May 2016
This publication provides a transcript of Dr. Abu Sakara Foster’s presentation and responses at the Evening Encounter held on 17th June 2012. The IEA has similarly published transcripts of all the Debates and Evening Encounters of the other candidates separately. This publication focusing on Dr. Abu Sakara Foster recognizes that the commitments he made at the event constitute a contract that he made with the Ghanaian people in exchange for their support. As Ghana prepares for elections in 2016, it is hoped that the terms of this contract are not readily forgotten and that the public continues to understand the policy direction of this candidate. ...
An Evening Encounter with John Mahama (2012)
IEA
May 2016
This publication provides a transcript of President John Dramani Mahama’s presentation and responses at the Evening Encounter held on 18th October 2012. The IEA has similarly published transcripts of all the Debates and Evening Encounters of the other candidates separately. This publication focusing on President John Dramani Mahama recognizes that the commitments he made at the event constitute a contract that he made with the Ghanaian people in exchange for their support. As Ghana prepares for elections in 2016, it is hoped that the terms of this contract are not readily forgotten and that the public continues to understand the policy direction of this candidate. We hope that you find this publication useful. ...
Vice Presidential Debate 2012
IEA
May 2016
This publication provides a transcript of the presentation and responses of the candidates at the Vice Presidential Debate on 6th November 2012. The issues and questions that were debated include economic transformation, management of natural resources and management of the public sector. The publication recognizes that the commitments made by the candidates at the event constitute a contract they made with the Ghanaian people in exchange for their support. As Ghana prepares for elections in 2016, it is hoped that the terms of this contract are not readily forgotten, and that the public continues to understand the policy perspectives of prospective candidates. We hope that you find this publication useful. ...