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GHANAIAN RESIDENTS IN THE UK PETITION FOR EXPEDITIOUS PROCESS ON THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CHALLENGE AT THE SUPREME COURT OF GHANA


CONCERNED GHANAIANS AGAINST ELECTORAL FRAUD (COGEF) UK

12th April, 2013.

THE HIGH COMMISSIONER

GHANA HIGH COMMISSION

13 BELGRAVE SQUARE

LONDON SW1X 8PS

 

Dear Sir,

GHANAIAN RESIDENTS IN THE UK PETITION FOR EXPEDITIOUS PROCESS ON THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CHALLENGE AT THE SUPREME COURT OF GHANA

Preamble:
We the Ghanaian community in United Kingdom are hereby petitioning your good office to bring to bear your influence on the relevant stakeholders in Ghana, especially the Supreme Court and the government, in relation to December 2012 election dispute petition under consideration at the Supreme Court. The petition has been subjected to numerous deliberate delays by the three respondents, the Electoral Commission, Mr John Dramani Mahama (President declared) and the NDC party, making our Superior Court of Judicature looks tottering and causing undue political tension in the country.

Although a date for the commencement of the substantive trail has now been set for 16th April 2013, the delays in court leading up to this latest stage gives us real cause for concern. It is our fear that the Supreme Court may further entertain deliberate delay tactics from all or any of the Respondents when the case commences in a cynical bid to deny the ultimate winner of the case, Nana Akufo Addo, his just deserts in a timely order. This fear is shared with our fellow party followers in Ghana. This situation, coupled with the current dire socio-economic conditions in Ghana where citizens are going without very basic necessities like water, gas and electricity, is causing unhealthy tension in the country. Consequently, we Ghanaians in the UK are becoming increasingly concerned about the possible direction of the country if nothing is done to arrest things. Continue reading

ISLAM, POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENT: NEGOTIATING THE FUTURE OF DAGBON.


A LECTURE DELIVERED BY

MUSTAPHA ABDUL-HAMID

LECTURER

DEPARTMENT OF RELIGION AND HUMAN VALUES

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST

CAPE COAST

DATE: 11TH APRIL, 2011.

VENUE: ALISA HOTEL, ACCRA.

TIME: 5:00pm

Download a copy here: Ferdinand Ayim Memorial Lecture by Mustapha Hamid

DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS


Please find below a nationwide compilation of district level developmental projects compiled by the Danquah Institute in 2008.

In light of the current project commissioning craze by the Mills-Mahama administration, we are making this available for all Ghanaians to make comparisms and also investigate the genesis of this projects. This is also to guide our discussions on the matter.

ASHANTI REGION

 

ADANSI NORTH

  • FUMSO MARKET BLOCK
  • BODWESANGO MARKET STALLS
  • AKWANSREM PRIMARY SCHOOL
  • BODWESANGO DAY CARE CENTRE
  • DNOPOMPO J.S.S.
  • AWONA K.V.I.P.
  • KOJO NKWANTA J.S.S.

 

ADANSI SOUTH

  • J.S.S. SCH. BUILDING BLOCK PROJECT AT ATOBIASE
  • PRIMARY SCH. BUILDING PROJECT AT ADWENASE
  • DISTRICT ASSEMBLY PRIMARY-KOTWEA
  • DISTRICT ASSEMBLY J.S.S (MENANG)
  • RURAL CLINIC BLOCK GRUMESA

 

AFIGYA-SEKYERE

  • SIX UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK ( GETFUND)
  • SECONDARY SCHOOL UPGRADING (CONSTRUCTION OF ADMINISTRATION BLOCK-OKOMFO ANOKYE SECONDARY SCHOOL
  • 6 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK AND AUXILIARY FACILITIES AT MAASE
  • A COMMUNITY CENTRE AT WIAMOASE
  • 3 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK WITH AUXILIARY FACILITIES DAWU (HIPC)
  • CONSTRUCTION OF A HEAD TEACHERS’S BUNGALOW – MAASE
  • 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW-OKOMFO ANOKYE SEC. SCH
  • CONSTRUCTION OFAGONA-AFAMANAS-BIPOA ROAD
  • CONSTRUCTION OF JAMASI-BIPOA FEEDER ROAD
  • CONSTRUCTION OF 6 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK WITH OFFICE AND STORE-ADROM
  • CONSTRUCTION OF 2 UNIT HOSPITAL WARD AGONA
  • COMPLETION OF18 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK, ADU GYAMFI SEC. SCH. JAMASI
  • CONSTRUCTION OF ASSEMBLY HALL-JAMASI (PSI 2003)
  • CONSTRUCTION OF A MODEL COMMUNICATION INFORMATION CENTRE JAMASI (MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION PROJECT 2003)
  • ICT CENTRE OF AMOAKO (MINISTRY OFCOMMUNICATIONS’ PROJECT)
  • 3 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK AT MAASE (MPS COMMON FUND)
  • SCHOOL UPGRADING (CONSTRUCTION OF COMPUTER LAB AT OKOMFO ANOKYE SEC. SCH)
  • CONSTRUCTION OF 6 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK WITH AUXILIARY FACILITIES
  • REHABILITATION OF POSTAL FACILITIES AT WIAMOASE (HIPC)
  • CONSTRUCTION OF 2 STOREY 12 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK AT WIAMAOSE
  • CONSTRUCTION OF A POLICE STATION – BOAMANG (HIPC)
  • CONSTRUCTION OF A POST OFFICE – BOAMANG (HIPC)
  • UPGRADING OF HEALTH FACILITIES IN THE DISTRICT
  • CONSTRUCTION OF A MEDICAL ASSISTANT’S BUNGALOW ( HIPC BENEFIT)
  • MATERNITY CENTRE AT TETREM
  • A PUMP STATION FOR A SMALL TOWN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
  • PROVISION OF A SMALL TOWN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM AT WIAMOASE
  • GHANA HEALTH SERVICE – TETREM
  • CLASSROOM BLOCK AT TETREM
  • OKOMFO ANOKYE SECONDARY SCHOOL PROJECT Continue reading

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STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS: “RAISING GHANA TO THE NEXT LEVEL”


STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS

“RAISING GHANA TO THE NEXT LEVEL”

BY

H.E. JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS

PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2011

Download your copy here: State of the Nation Address 2011

Development Priorities for Africa by HE John Agyekum Kufuor


Article contributed to G-20 Summit Technical Committee meeting Seoul, South Korea
(By HE JOHN AGYEKUM KUFUOR, former President, Republic of Ghana)
August 2010

H.E. John Agyekum Kufuor

What Africa needs is leadership. Good leadership. Not just any kind of leadership but leadership that has been well nurtured; to direct socio-economic development, has vision and is imbued with a missionary zeal to tackle the myriad of problems that face the continent in prioritized order.

With such leadership will come the formulation and implementation of good policies that will create the right atmosphere for investment and tap the continent’s vast natural resources, develop its human resource and make the most of its capacity; foster the growth of private sector to unleash the wealth for sustained betterment of all the peoples.

Good policies will include the entrenchment of human rights and respect for the rule of law; expansion of access to education, health and shelter among others; sharpen the negotiation skills of personnel to hold their own against their foreign counterparts, especially, in transacting international agreements; create the regulatory framework that would enhance predictable and reliable governance. Continue reading

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