Perhaps, Charterhouse is one organization many may wish to work with – just for the sole reason of expressing their political views and inclinations with full guarantee of not losing their jobs or face unfair labour treatment.
Not long ago, Presspeep.com published a story on music group VVIP – While Reggie Rockstone (Reginald Osei) has endorsed the Peoples National Convention (PNC), the other two, Prodigal (Joseph Nana Ofori) and Zeal (Abdul Hamid Ibrahim) are asking Ghanaians to give the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) John Dramani Mahama a second term.
On Saturday, 3rd Dec, 2016, the Presspeep.com team chanced on the wall of the Chairman of Ghana Music Awards (christened VGMA), Mr. Nii Ayite Hammond, a loyal supporter of JM and the NDC led government – only that he was described as a fool. Read the story below:
Still peeping around, Presspeep.com landed on the Facebook wall of George Quaye, the Public Relations Officer of Ghana Music Awards, telling his folks that the NPP’s presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo, is the next president of Ghana.
Some of his previous posts and conversations on some platforms affirms his strong support for the NPP – and could be a bona fide card bearing member. See what George posted on his wall:
We at Presspeep.com find this very interesting and believe this is the way to go if we want to see our democracy mature. This is a positive orientation that should be emulated by all. We are certainly not living in an utopian society, but a proximate one can be achieved should we learn to respect and tolerate others political affiliations and views. We give encomium to VVIP, Nii, and George.
Once again, we say, “This is the way to go – respect, appreciation, and tolerance for others political beliefs, affiliations, and inclinations. Let’s vote peacefully come 7th December, 2016.”