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Drivers require duty bearers to make the roads safe

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Drivers of commercial vehicles in the Eastern Region have called on the Ghana Highways Authority (GHA) to seal the...
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Reduced Presidential Age Will Enrich Ghana’s Democratic Structure

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Mr Frank Wilson Bodza, the Programmes Manager in charge the Democratic Governance at Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiDAF), has advocated the...
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Strong Institutions Will Make Ghana’s Democratic Governance Stronger – Prof Tagoe

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Professor Michael Ayitey Tagoe, the Dean of Continuing and Distance Education, University of Ghana, has stated that, the country needs strong institutions with responsible...
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Electorates Entreated To Hold MP’s Accountable

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Mr Mohammed Awal, a Researcher at the Centre for Democratic Governance (CDD) has tasked electorates in and around fishing communities in the Western Region...

Minister Ask Workers To Renew Their Faith In Ghana

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Mr. Simon Osei-Mensah, the Ashanti Regional Minister, has rallied Ghanaian workers to give strong support to the government in the implementation of its various...
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Traders In Ho Asked To Revisit Negotiation Table

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Madam Teresa Dagbey, the Ho Central Market Queen, has called on the Ho Municipal Assembly (HMA) to be fair in the allocation of stores...

African Union Commission pushes for ratification of AU charters

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This was at the closure of a three-day regional meeting held to discuss issues of constitutionalism, rule of law and good governance with reference...
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Universities asked to address challenges of global peace

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Mr Kofi Annan, the Chancellor of the University of Ghana, said universities could play powerful roles in attacking contemporary challenges of global peace and...
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ISODEC to educate citizens towards issue-based campaign

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Pursuant to its mission for 2016, the organization, with support from STAR-Ghana has kick-started a project that seeks to enhance the electoral processes and...
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The Voice Gh Hosts Debate On Democratic Governance

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This debate seeks to feature four contenders from the media, the KNUST debate team,TEIN and TESCON as they battle under the theme of democratic...
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Right to know day celebrated worldwide

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The Right to Know is the established right of every citizen, whether as an individual or as a group, to access information on all...

Role of Traditional Rulers, Catalyst for Democratic Governance

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The Vice- Chancellor of University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA) Prof. Joshua Alabi, has said that in order enhance democratic governance in the country,...
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President to Deliver Speech At GIPPO Conference

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The President, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, will deliver a keynote speech on Ghana?s Media at the start of a three (3) day National...

Lack of confidence dampen ?spirit? of EC-IDEG

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Dr. Emmanuel Akwetey, Executive Director, Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG), has called for the ?lifting-up? of the ?spirit? of Ghana?s Electoral Commission (EC) ahead...

Challenges Of Ghana’s Decentralisation Process

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The Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) on Wednesday held a national forum on the successes and challenges of the decentralisation process in Ghana. The forum,...
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1992 Constitution is faced with some challenges?

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The Civic Forum Initiative (CFI), an amalgamation of civic society organisation, has called for space in the constitutional amendment process for filling in of...

Consolidating democratic governance

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President John Mahama gave account of his stewardship over the last 12 months at a well-attended press conference at the Flagstaff House Sunday. Everybody acknowledged...

NDC Cadres Institute Memorial Lecture and Awards Scheme

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The United Cadres Front (UCF) of Ghana, a political branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has called on cadres of the June 4...

Our State Institutions are Under Performing

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There is palpably lack of faith and trust in state institutions in Ghana today because majority of Ghanaians think they are not working. Instead...