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JusticeGhana is a Non-Governmental [and-not-for- profit] Organization (NGO) with a strong belief in Justice, Security and Progress....” More Details

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Flagstaff House as a Cemetery? No Way!

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Conflict

Photo ReportingFlagstaff House as a Cemetery? No Way!

I know quite well, having fairly closely followed his pontifical and unctuous and histrionic campaign pronouncements, as well as other public statements and declarations, that the now-President John Dramani Mahama thinks very highly of himself and his relatively rarefied ranks of national presidential figures; but that, in of itself, is absolutely no reason, whatsoever, for the Bole-Bamboi native to mischievously attempt to take undue advantage of

Repair Mills’ Family House - Ekumfi Otuam Residents

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Think Again

Photo ReportingRepair Mills’ Family House - Ekumfi Otuam Residents

Residents of Ekumfi Otuam – the maternal home town of the late President John Evans Atta Mills – are calling on government to develop their community, especially the deplorable family house as a sign of respect to their departed illustrious son.

African viewpoint: Money matters

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Opinion

Money matters

African viewpoint: Money matters

In our series of viewpoints from African journalists, Elizabeth Ohene - who was a minister in Ghana's former NPP government - compares what is happening in the eurozone with the crisis of her country's currency. I have of course, like everybody else on the globe, been following the euro crisis. There is no escaping it.

Elizabeth Ohene Takes Kenkey Politics To BBC

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Rejoinder

Elizabeth Ohene

Elizabeth Ohene Takes Kenkey Politics To BBC

Elizabeth Ohene, a journalist who held ministerial positions, including Education and Information in the Kufuor Administration, has taken the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kenkey propaganda against the Mills administration to the BBC akin to what she did against the Rawlings regime in the 1980s and the 90s.

A Very Sad Moment for Africans and Africa

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Opinion

Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.A Very Sad Moment for Africans and Africa

As someone who has forged and maintained cordial, romantic and fraternal relationships with Africans of Kenyan nationality for some three decades, I was visibly horrified to learn about the brutal murder of a fellow Ghanaian in Maryland, here in the United States, by a fellow African of Kenyan nationality (See “U.S. Student Admits to Eating Ghanaian’s Heart, Part of Brain” CNN/Ghanaweb.com 6/1/12).