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GaDangme Community Organization GACO, embroiled in Legal Tussle

“That’s a shame. They can always withdraw the case from court. Unfortunately there are people who are happy to see drama and chaos prevail.”… a community member wrote that in frustration! ……Winning a court case only for boasting is not wiser than taking the high road for peace! Frivolous lawsuit addicts should wise up and learn that there are more ...

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GaDangme Community Organization of Chicago Elects New Manye!

June 11 2017 Chicago IL: The Chicago Ghanaian community is known for imitating the culture and traditional setup of the various traditional areas in Ghana. Immigrants from the various traditional Regions in Ghana residing in the Chicago metropolis organize themselves in associations or organizations which are led by chiefs, queens,elders and President and his or her executives. One of such ...

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Court declines to hear Francis Sosu’s case over lack of jurisdiction

Source:myjoyonline.com The Court of Appeal has declined to hear a motion filed by suspended lawyer Francis Xavier Sosu seeking to halt his three-year ban by the General Legal Council, pending a determination of an appeal challenging the suspension. The GLC in June this year suspended Mr Sosu after it found him guilty of overcharging a client and also violating the ...

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President Nana Addo Refers EC Petition To CJ

For Immediate Release 26th July, 2017 PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO REFERS PETITION AGAINST EC CHAIRPERSON TO CHIEF JUSTICE The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Wednesday, 26th July, 2017, referred a petition purporting to invoke Article 146(3) of the Constitution, in respect of the office of the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Charlotte Osei, to the Chief Justice, ...

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Don’t undermine corruption fight in special prosecutor’s bill – Martin Amidu

When it became clear to me that We the People might not be allowed our democratic right to participate in the discourse leading to the enactment of the Office of the Special Public Prosecutor Bill, 2017 I raced against time to hurriedly research and write a lengthy constitutional and legal critique of the Bill. Now that Parliament has vetoed taking ...

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The ‘voter fraud’ commission itself is fraudulent

There’s a branch in philosophy called epistemology that deals with the theory of knowledge. How do we know what we know? How do we know what is true? What is believable? And what are the criteria we use to tell whether something is true or not? Considering his constant refrain of “fake news,” maybe President Donald Trump should enroll in ...

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Dr Kofi Boahene – The doctor who rebuilds faces (CNN African Voices)

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Ghana remembers Atta Mills

A ceremony is expected to be held today in Accra to mark the fifth anniversary of the demise of former President John Evans Atta Mills. Prof Mills passed away in the afternoon of July 24, 2012 at the 37 Military Hospital where he had been rushed to for treatment. He was laid to rest on August 10 of that year ...

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