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ETHNICITY AND ITS EFFECTS IN GHANA

An ethnic group is made up of an aggregate of people who claim direct ancestry from a common ancestor or ancestress, real or putative. They are people who have one history of origin and therefore, have a common language, destiny and aspiration. Specifically, ethnicity is subject to other definitions. A generally acceptable sociological definition of ethnicity identifies the phenomena as a strong in – group ...

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THE ROLE OF THE INTELLECTUAL LEADERSHIP IN ENSURING PEACEFUL ELECTION 2012

THE ROLE OF THE INTELLECTUAL LEADERSHIP IN ENSURING PEACEFUL ELECTION 2012, DEMOCRACY, AND HUMAN RIGHTS. Ghana has been known as one of the peaceful countries across the continent and above all the beacon of Africa cannot afford to compromise this hard earned reputation to power-drunk politicians who will like to use all means to assume power. As such, there is the need for steps to be put in place by polit ...

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Ghana Catholic Bishops Issues 2012 Plenary Communique

COMMUNIQUE ISSUED BY THE GHANA CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE AT THE END OF THEIR ANNUAL PLENARY ASSEMBLY HELD AT KOFORIDUA IN THE EASTERN REGION OF GHANA FROM NOVEMBER 2 – 9, 2012 Preamble May the Peace of Christ be with you! We, the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference, have held our Plenary Assembly in Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana from November 2 – 9, 2012 under the theme “The Church, Family of G ...

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Rural Community Development in Africa – the Possibilities

By Rev. Fr. Dr. Eric Oduro Wiafe Introduction There have been conscientious efforts by many African governments to initiate, implement and make effective, the local government system so as to bring their governments closer to the people. This is due to the realization that, effective participation of the people in local government facilitates the achievements of their needs. In actual fact, if the objective ...

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WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

It is disheartening to know that though Ghanaians know that the development of every country depends partly on her infrastructural development, the culture of maintenance is rather not given its prominent place. The evidence points to the fact that without significant improvement in the Ghanaian maintenance culture, mere addition of more public and private infrastructure can only result in their eventual de ...

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