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  • Ponzi schemes thriving due to weak implementation of laws - Ace Ankomah - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebPonzi schemes thriving due to weak implementation of laws - Ace AnkomahGhanaWebHe is therefore asking regulatory bodies to apply the laws to prevent unscrupulous characters from swindling the public. “They have simply and repeatedly refused, failed or neglected to implement the law and that is the summary of the tragedy we call ...and more »
  • Protect cocoa trees with laws – Group - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebProtect cocoa trees with laws – GroupGhanaWebWe write to you from the Ghana Agriculture and Rural Development Journalists Association (GARDJA), petitioning you for a legislation to be enacted to protect cocoa trees and cocoa farms across the country, which are currently being destroyed without ...
  • Civil Society develops plan to sustain campaign on forest and mining laws - Ghana News Agency
    Ghana News AgencyCivil Society develops plan to sustain campaign on forest and mining lawsGhana News AgencyThe workshop, with funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, was part of the Green Livelihoods Alliance (GLA) Project being implemented by the Ghana branches of Friends of the Earth (FoE), Tropenbos and A Rocha. The GLA project ...
  • Ghana urged to remove death penalty from its laws - BusinessGhana
    Ghana urged to remove death penalty from its lawsBusinessGhanaMr Robert Akoto Amoafo, the Country Director of Amnesty International Ghana has disclosed that as at the end of 2017, there were about 160 prisoners on death row. He said they comprised 154 men and six women who remained locked up under death ...
  • Review Ghana's Military laws now! – Justice Senyo Dzamefe - News Ghana
    News GhanaReview Ghana's Military laws now! – Justice Senyo DzamefeNews GhanaMilitary law is not constrained by the same sets of rights that a civilian is able to claim under the 1992 Constitution. The punishments for crimes under the Ghana Military laws are harsher than those that a civilian defendant face in local court ...
  • Speaker of Ghana Parliament calls for creation of West Africa Electoral Commission - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsSpeaker of Ghana Parliament calls for creation of West Africa Electoral CommissionGhana Business NewsProfessor Aaron Michael Oquaye, the Speaker of Parliament, has proposed the creation of West Africa Electoral Commission to oversee the organization of elections within the Sub-region under the auspices of the Economic Community of West African States ...and more »
  • I didn't kill judges – Rawlings roars - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebI didn't kill judges – Rawlings roarsGhanaWebA recent documentary by Multimedia News Channel, Joy News, titled “Who Killed The Judges” is pushing that the prime suspect, Joachim Amartey Kwei, could not have committed the crime without the backing of the authorities in the Provisional National ...and more »
  • Justice Dotse informed me about 3 judges' murder - 'Outraged' Tsatsu reacts - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebJustice Dotse informed me about 3 judges' murder - 'Outraged' Tsatsu reactsGhanaWebOn June 30, 1982, three High Court judges, Justice Cecelia Koranteng Addo, Kwadwo Adjei Agyepong, Poku Sarkodie and a retired army officer, Major Sam Acquah were abducted within curfew hours, shot and burnt by ruthless, lawless men including young ...
  • Ghana's constitution is bogus – Badu Kobi - GhanaWeb
    The Statesman OnlineGhana's constitution is bogus – Badu KobiGhanaWebBemoaning the rigidity of the constitution, the Prophet stressed that it makes no sense for citizens to be held by the shackles of the constitution for four years when the government isn't performing and misery is the order of the day adding that ...Mobilise support for earthquake-struck Indonesia; Minority to gov'tMyjoyonline.comall 125 news articles »
  • How a policeman's drunkenness led to biggest tip-off in who killed the judges - Myjoyonline.com
    Myjoyonline.comHow a policeman's drunkenness led to biggest tip-off in who killed the judgesMyjoyonline.comDSP Edmund Oheneasah (retd.) was working in the information room at the Police headquarters in Accra that night in and around August 1982. It was at a time in the country when every long conversation in Ghana would not have been complete without a ...and more »