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Elizabeth Ohene writes: All-knowing neutrals

Last year, I wrote a column about Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and think tanks. I am revisiting the subject and I crave your indulgence if there is a lot of repetition. The CSOs are currently very busy doing what they do best, which is to point out...

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Saboba NPP Primaries: Who’s who?

Since Ghana returned to multiparty democracy in 1992, parliamentary elections have been very important in our political discourse. This is because the number of seats a political party wins in a general election to a large extent determines the political future of the party. In view of this, political parties...

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Banking crisis killing Ghanaians more than Coronavirus?

The odyssey of banking reforms initiated by government has taken a noticeable toll on many Ghanaians. Some victims have already died, others are sick, more are poverty-stricken and most are sorrow-blackened. Aside from wearing the nose masks against COVID-19, victims of the banking crisis are wearing masks of destitution. A...

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Insults and Acrimony in Our Political Landscape

There is a general perception that Ghana has achieved remarkable success in democratic consolidation by conducting seven (7) general elections and preparing for the eighth (8th) general election in the Fourth Republic without widespread violence since 1992. Yet, the kind of tensions and acrimony that surround her elections are issues...

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The EC’s Intension to Compile a New Voter’s Register-The Arguments, Logics and the Absurdities

Over the last several months, Ghana has been thrown into an unending debate, following the EC's announcement of its intention to compile a new and purposeful biometric voters' register for the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections. Various interest groups-political parties, CSOs and other stakeholders have either been Organising lectures, Radio/TV...

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