• Religious intolerance, Christian fundamentalism and the Ghana Constitution - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineReligious intolerance, Christian fundamentalism and the Ghana ConstitutionCitifmonlineOne of the favourite “tollies” I tell of my “charmed and eventful life, is that the school where I had my primary education was the only Catholic school in Ghana with a majority Muslim pupil population. The St. Peter's Primary & Middle School complex ...Religious conflict will be too costly for Ghanaspyghana.comIs Naana Opoku-Agyeman Serious?!GhanaWebReligious Discrimination: Chief Imam Calls For Peace Between Christians and ...Pulse.com.ghall 47 news articles
  • Ghana's constitution fuels corruption - Franklin Cudjoe - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana's constitution fuels corruption - Franklin CudjoeGhanaWebAccording to him, although there are many reasons for the worsening thievery in Ghana, "the Constitution we have is designed for state capture of state resources" -- a situation he maintains would make the fight against the canker difficult to tackle ...
  • Nobel Prize for Honourable Members of Ghana's Parliament - AllAfrica.com
    Nobel Prize for Honourable Members of Ghana's ParliamentAllAfrica.comThe wisdom of our African ancestors is reflected in this proverb that says: "what cat saw and quietly closed its eyes, dog did not see even its shadow before it started backing 'hooo'-'hooo'-hooo'!" Since Ghana embarked on its democratic dispensation ...
  • Parliament to pope into fake police recruitment in Ghana - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comParliament to pope into fake police recruitment in Ghanaspyghana.comParliament has begun investigations into a recruitment scam that hit the Ghana Police Service over the weekend. wpid-Ghana-Parliament-300x198.jpg. The House initiated the move after the Mr Adagbila Boniface Gambila, MP for Nabdam , Tuesday, during...Parliament ot investigate police recruitment scamGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 4 news articles
  • Parliament summons EC Chairman on district elections - Ghana Business News
    spyghana.comParliament summons EC Chairman on district electionsGhana Business NewsParliament on Tuesday summoned the Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC) Dr. Kwadwo Afari Gyan to appear before the House to explain the circumstances leading to the truncation of the district level elections by the Supreme Court. ... First Deputy ...Ghana's EC boss to appear before Parliament over district elections sagaspyghana.comAppearance of Afari Gyan in Parliament to delayGhanaWebParliament Summons Electoral Commission Over Postponed Assembly ElectionsGhana Broadcasting CorporationVibe Ghanaall 51 news articles
  • Ghana Supreme Court to decide on religious freedom - Vibe Ghana
    Vibe GhanaGhana Supreme Court to decide on religious freedomVibe GhanaThe plaintiff is also urging the court to declare that upon a true and proper interpretation of the letter and spirit of the Constitution, particularly, articles 17,21(1)(b)(c), 35(1)(5)(6), 37(l) and/or 56 of the constitution, the Republic of Ghana is ...Supreme Court not “a toy” for small cases – OkudzetoStarr 103.5 FMall 3 news articles
  • History in heckles in Ghana's Parliament - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comHistory in heckles in Ghana's Parliamentspyghana.comFor the first time in the history of the Fourth Republic of Ghana, a President was not heckled in Parliament whilst delivering his State of the Nation Address, an occurrence an observer has described as “Ghanaian politicians displaying maturity and ...
  • Ghana Parliament reconvenes for first time in 2015 - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Parliament reconvenes for first time in 2015Ghana Business NewsAfter its month-long Christmas break, Parliament resumed on Tuesday, with hints of a very vigorous legislative session as the country undergoes critical economic, political and social reforms. The House's First Meeting of the Third Session of the Sixth...and more
  • Parliament cannot shut its doors on us - PPP - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Parliament cannot shut its doors on us - PPPGhana Broadcasting CorporationIt said the decision by Ghana's Parliament not to invite the leadership of the PPP to the State of the Nation Address is very disappointing and discriminatory because “The House which is constitutionally mandated to make laws for this country should ...
  • Parliament Raises Red Flag Over ICH - Ghanaian Chronicle
    Parliament Raises Red Flag Over ICHGhanaian ChronicleKwaku Kwarteng, MP for Obuasi West, in an interview with The Chronicle, said Wireless Applications Services Providers and the Internet Service Providers, who are wholly Ghanaian-owned operators in the sector, have said they have already invested in...and more