The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,900 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]
The National Disciplinary Committee followed due process in determining the complaints that were made against the National Chairman. The recommendation the National Disciplinary Committee made to the National Executive Committee was in accordance with law and due process. The National Executive Committee had the power to suspend the National Chairman on the recommendation of the National Disciplinary Committee. The National Chairman has a right of appeal, which right must be exercised within twenty-one (21) days of receipt of the notice of the decision. The appeal must be lodged with the General Secretary who will then forward it to the National Council for deliberation. The National Council must determine the appeal within fourteen (14) days of receipt. During the pendency of the appeal, the decision of the National Executive Committee is stayed.
Ghana needs innovators to get to the next stage in its economic development. We therefore need teaching methods that shape the next generation to be innovators in their own right. Teachers and parents need to be accommodating of students that come up with new ideas and methods, and students should be encourage to think critically … While I encourage you to be innovative, it would be negligent of me, not to encourage you to do so with integrity. Integrity should be at the very heart of what you do, both at school and at home. You must strive to be a good citizen without cutting corners. You should go about your duties for others to say, “There goes a gentleman or lady of complete integrity.” You must be honest and have strong moral principles.
By: Emmanuel Mate-Kole, Esq. and Kow Essuman, Esq. INTRODUCTION This short article focuses on the legal framework regarding unauthorized buildings in Ghana. The laws that we will consider in our discussion include the Towns Act, 1892 (Cap 86), Local Government Act, 1993 (Act 462) and National Building Regulations, 1996 (LI 1630). We do not intend […]
Better late than never, right? I should have written this blog immediately I got back from Cape Town but I have not had the chance to do so. Plus, I wanted to ensure that I put some effort in putting together an interesting story so that you could enjoy reading it, just as I enjoyed […]