Dr. Joseph Kofi Gyanteh, a medical practitioner and a member strong member of NPP has responded to Prof Azar's comment that on the verdict of Assin North. According to Prof Azar, the notion that Hon. James Gyakye Quayson continued to owe allegiance to Canada from his village in Assin North is one that will baffle any fair-minded person who truly believes in development in freedom.
Legal education Reformist Professor Kwaku Asare known as Prof. Azar has said that it is not only parliament people are making money from but there are alot of loop holes in Ghana now. Many youth in Ghana are surprisingly shifting focus from industrialization and agro-business to going into full time politics to which the professor thinks has become a bane in Ghana. Mr. Okudzeto had earlier on said that many youths are going into parliament taking into consideration the many advantages one gets there as an MP.
Prof. Kwaku Azar is dismayed by the announcement from the Ministry of Railway Development that rail lines worth $250 million have been lost to theft by scrap dealers. He finds it unthinkable how the state has made it easy for such crime to fester for the citizenry to suffer such a loss.
Supreme 'Concert' Where Petitions Are Dismissed With Prejudice; I'm Ready To Be Subpoena - Prof Azar
US based Ghanaian legal practitioner professor Kwaku Azar has gone Haywire on supreme court on their rullings of John Dramani Mahama's petition.Taking to his Facebook page, Kwaku Azar said the supreme court is no more a court but a concert.
A legal education professor based in the US, professor Kwaku Asare has said that how Peter Amewu surprisingly won the Hohoe seat in the Volta region on the ticket of the NPP for the first time must be studied as a course. John Peter Amewu has for the first time brought victory to the NPP by winning the hard core NDC Hohoe Parliamentary seat in the Volta region. He did that in the just ended 2020 General elections. Though many are of the opinion that the people of SALL were disenfranchised by the EC in order
Lawyer and KPMG Professor in Accounting at the Fisher School of Accounting, University of Florida Stephen Kwaku Asare widely known as Kwaku Azar has asserted that the MP for Kwabenya, Sarah Adwoa Safo has vacated her post. In a post shared on the his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 27th July 2022, he wrote;
Legal education Reformist, Professor Kwaku Asare simply known as Prof. Azar has expressed worry over Ghana's Ex-Gratia policy as Ghana's seventh parliament in the fourth republic rises in few hours. Parliament yesterday started making plans on every legislator's Ex-gratia package in which Prof. Azar simply thinks it would be very unfair for MPs to make monies every four years than teachers, nurses etc working their life time not to make even $90,000. In a social media post today, he wrote: "Most teachers, nurses,
A private legitimate expert and educator of bookkeeping, Prof. Kwaku Azar has couldn't help contradicting the decision of the Supreme Court in excusing the application by legal advisors of the candidate in the 2020 political race requesting that the court teach the Electoral Commission (EC) to furnish them with unique duplicates of certain records. The legal advisor stated that the solicitation whenever conceded would have taken nothing from the EC. This he noted would have rather upgraded the standing of
Ghanaian private legal practitioner Professor Kwaku Asare popularly known as Prof Kwaku Azar has said that there is a little doubt that the court, in recent times, has strived for consensual decision making on constitutional questions. Taking to his Facebook page, Prof Kwaku Azar explained how this unanimous decision making has so many advantages and disadvantages According to him, speaking with a unified voice sends a clearer message to all stakeholders on what the constitution says, it also create an impression
Private Legal Practitioner and Legal education Reformist Professor Kwaku Asare simply known as Prof. Azar has adviced that Ghana takes a second look at it's leave policy. In a social media post today, he took into consideration how Ghana's Auditor-General, Daniel Domelevo has been told by the presidency to embark on a mandatory leave whiles he gets paid for no work done. Professor Azar wrote: "There are 365 days in a year, 104 of which are weekends. There are, at least, a minimum of 11 public holidays". "This
Ghanaian legal practitioner and professor of Law, professor Kwaku Asare popularly known as Kweku Azar has expressed gratitude to Kweku Baako, for sharing a copy of the report of the committee to review power purchase agreements of the ECG (April 2017, final report). He said this is the beginning of the show as he believe the team that represented the country at the arbitration have those serious questions to address to the country.
A legal luminary, Professor Kweku Azar has eulogized the Member of Parliament for Hohoe, John Peter Amewu for being innovative to break the frontiers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). He suggests that it would be an interesting subject for political studies and the development of strategies for overcoming the strongholds of an opposition party. Though, very critical on how the Santrofi, Akpafu, Likpe, and Lolibi traditions have been denied of parliamentary representation, a subject that had attempted
Demolishing Makola Could Not Solve 'Kalabule' How Can Burning Excavators Solve Galamsey? - Azar Asks
Us based Ghanaian legal practitioner professor Kwaku Azar has questioned the rationale behind burning of excavators while those machines could be used for evidence in fighting Galamsey operators According to him, Excavators do not have a mind.They cannot commit crimes or pollute our rivers.Galamsayers are known people who deploy excavators and other methods to pollute our rivers.
Lawyer and KPMG Professor in Accounting at the Fisher School of Accounting, University of Florida Stephen Kwaku Asare widely known as Kwaku Azar has asserted that government is under no obligation to or whatsoever to pay ex gratia. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Tuesday, 7th June 2022, he wrote;
Legal luminary, Prof Kwaku Azar is questioning why the Minister-designate for Justice and Attorney General, Godfred Dame needs to be approved before the people of Santrokofi Akpafu, Likpe, and Lolobi (SALL) get to vote for a Parliamentarian. His reaction comes after an activist of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Dela Coffie suggested to him what Mr. Dame promised during his vetting that he would ensure that the Santrokofi Akpafu, Likpe, and Lolobi people have an opportunity to vote for their legislator.
A renowned lawyer and scholar, Prof Kwaku Azar has chastised the Supreme Court following a pardon it granted the embattled Dr. Dominic Ayine over a contempt case charged on the latter.
A legal luminary, Prof Kwaku Azar is urging the Chairperson for the Electoral Commission to mount the witness box at the Supreme Court and silence her critics in this election dispute. In his view, the integrity of her office is at stake, and that there is every motivation for her to respond to any challenge thrown at her regarding the disputed Presidential election. Prof Azar remarked that it is with common sense to defy any legal privileges she is entitled to, not to testify in court so that this matter of
Social commentator, Mr Kwaku Azar of Azar paint has caution the supreme court judges over 2020 election petition before them. The famous social media commentator who is always in the news has stated that the supreme court judges should be careful when citing purely private cases as authority for an election petition after the court, and John Mahama's lawyers engaged in disagreement on what Nana Akufo-Addo and Electoral Commission lawyers wanted to do for Jean Mensa, and Mac manu. A lot of Ghanaians has debunked
A Ghanaian law professor based in the US, Professor Kwaku Asare simply known as Prof. Azar has said that it's high time Ghana concentrated on 'needs' than 'wants'. The president, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo in his recent address to the nation has ordered schools to re-open. As primary and secondary schools are yet to open, Tertairy universities have. But one problem runs through all Ghana's tertiary universities- inadequate accommodation. But the law professor has argued that Ghana must concentrate on its future
Legal education Reformist Professor Kwaku Asare simply known as Prof. Azar has heaped praise on Ghana's judiciary service for commencing investigations into Muntaka's alleged bribery allegations against a Judge. The member of parliament for Asawase in the Ashanti region, Muntaka Mubarak Mohammed has alleged this week that a supreme court judge had tried bribing an NDC MP in order to vote for NPP's Prof. Oquare as speaker. He further alleged that the said supreme court judge promised free fuel coupons for the