President Rawlings undergoing biometric fingerprintingGhana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings on Thursday visited the C100702 Polling Station at Osu Clottey to register as a voter through the biometric process. President Rawlings also took time to interact with friends and admirers many of whom worked at the Castle during his tenure as President.

President Rawlings inspects his biometric voter identity card


President Rawlings explains a point a press conference organised by NEPAD. Ghana’s former President and African Union High Representative for Somalia, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, says the over-reliance on foreign investment by Africa had made it vulnerable to the dictates of the international community.

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JJR ProfileLadies and gentlemen of the media, please find below a statement from His Excellency Flt. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings on current happenings within the government and the NDC leadership.

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NDC LogoThe Office of His Excellency Jerry John Rawlings has noted with concern a creeping culture of using the name of the former President to publicize events, particularly NDC related even when he has not been invited or confirmed attendance.

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Ambassador Soleymani explains a point to President Rawlings after presenting him with framed Iranian carpetGhana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, has in a meeting with the Iranian Ambassador to Ghana called for a resolution to the nuclear standoff between Iran, Israel and other Western powers.

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President Rawlings pays final respects to General OjukwuGhana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, has at a ceremony in Enugu paid tribute to the late Biafra leader, General Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, describing his death as a great loss to Nigeria.

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President Rawlings with Somali childrenAddress by His Excellency Jerry John Rawlings, former President of Ghana and African Union High Representative for Somalia – Second Annual Conference of the Center for Technology and Economic Development, New York University, Abu-Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – February 12, 2012

Your Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen:

What can I tell you that you do not already know about Somalia? One only need to open any major newspaper and almost on a daily basis something is written about the humanitarian crisis that is playing itself out across the Horn of Africa.

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