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COMPLYING WITH THE BUILDING LAWS OF GHANA

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 […]

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My Journey To The World Economic Forum On Africa 2015

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 […]

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Prempeh College – The Greatest School In Ghana

Everyone wants to be part of the best. Everyone wants to be part of the winning team. When I was a child, I watched the first edition of the National Science and Maths Quiz, which was won by Prempeh College. This was 1994. I had no idea which secondary school I intended to attend at […]

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Lethal Injection Is Not Cruel And Unusual Punishment – SCOTUS

Earlier today, the Supreme Court of the United States confirmed the use of a lethal injection as a way to execute a convicted person. The Supreme Court found that the use of a lethal injection was not in violation of the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, particularly the ban on cruel and unusual punishment.

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Do We Really Need Each Other?

It has been realised that women alone cannot lead the fight to achieve gender equality around the world. The HeForShe campaign is the best example of why both sexes need each other.

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