Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Justice Kpegah Schools Nana Addo & Frank Davies

Justice Kpegah’s motion pleads the High Court to declare that the name Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is not on the latest edition of the Roll of Lawyers in Ghana from 1877 to February, 1997 and also a declaration be made on the defendant who once served as Attorney General and Minister for Justice, as not entitled to practice law in Ghana.

Mahama Forced the Electoral Commission to Break the Law – Bawumia

When asked by the NDC’s counsel as to whether the concerns of the President of the Upper East Regional House of Chiefs amongst others were not justified concerns for which President Mahama’s appeal to the EC could be justified, Dr. Bawumia retorted that the first respondent’s appeal was “basically that the law should be broken”.

Ghana’s Supreme Court – A Dangerous Circus at Best

The constant giggling, although cheerful, even of the acting Chief Justice Himself, William Atuguba, is the best entertainment the World has ever known in...

Kenya’s Supreme Court Ruling Invokes Passion on Ghana’s Political Landscape

The General Secretary of the NDC, Mr. Johnson Aseidu Nketia, popularly known as ‘General Mosquito’, noted that the verdict on Kenya’s election petition was a clear sign that the flagbearer of the NPP, Nana Addo Dankwa Auffo-Addo, was on the verge of suffering the same fate as Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

U.S. Liberals Are Hypocrites on Bullying

Liberal U.S. Democratic news correspondents' attacks on New Jersey Governor Republican Chris Christie's weight have become an eye sore for political media. The fat jokes are also counterproductive to Democrats' recent agenda to combat the growing epidemic of obesity.

Ghana State-acquired Generators Left to Rot

ACCRA, Ghana - Most of the state-acquired generators in the care of the Volta River Authority (VRA) are gradually rotting away having been abandoned....

African Heads of State Endorse a $40bn Energy Project

The projects formed part of the larger Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (Pida) portfolio, which has been assembled under the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) banner. The other Pida projects cover the transport, water, and information communication technology infrastructure segments.

Back to Musaga, Post-War Burundi

By Kris Berwouts: Kris Berwouts has, over the last 25 years, worked for a number of different international NGOs focused on building peace, reconciliation, security and democratic processes. He was the Director of EurAc, the network of European NGOs working for advocacy on Central Africa. He now works as an independent expert on Central Africa.

Africa’s Porous Unprotected Borders are Blocking Trade and Economic Development

By Keith Somerville: Keith Somerville is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, teachers at the University of Kent and runs the Africa – News and Analysis (www.africajournalismtheworld.com) website.

Between Saving the Economy and Winning Elections – Joyce Banda

By Jimmy Kainja: Jimmy Kainja’s is a longstanding social & political analyst of Malawi & sub-Saharan Africa. You can follow his personal blog at Spirit of muntu and on twitter @jkainja.