Ronaldo 4, Jorginho 3: 5 Favorites For 2021 Ballon d'Or After Euro And Copa Finals, According to ICC
After the Copa America and Euro 2020 finals, the question of the Ballon d'Or 2021 has become recurrent. Thus the ICC made its list of favourite players for the prestigious individual trophy. The Golden Ball is an individual reward that any footballer at the top of his game would like to have.
Election 2020: Can we invite the ICC to help resolve the disputed election? — Accra News Editor Asks
I am forced to once again table this write-up following, an ace investigative Journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni's article titled: "Will Mahama and NDC get Justice if they go to Court." The question he poses begs for answers from cross-sections of the Ghanaian intelligent community, unless you are okay with the status quo you may not be bordered whether NDC gets Justice moreso, if indeed they have a shred of bulletproof evidence to establish the veracity of their allegations regardless. Before I proceed it is
Meet Ghana's First Female Law Professor and Inaugural Judge at ICC, H.E. Judge Prof. Akua Kuenyehia.
A product of Achimota School and University of Ghana, Prof. Akua Kuenyehia is a Ghanaian academic, lawyer and human rights activist. An Inaugural Judge of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at its inception in The Hague in 2003, she also holds a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) degree from Somerville College, Oxford University.
I am forced to once again table this write-up following, the ace investigative Journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni's article title: "Will Mahama and NDC get Justice if they go to Court." The question he poses begs for answers from cross-sections of the Ghanaian intelligent community, unless you are okay with the status quo you may not be bordered whether NDC gets Justice moreso, if indeed they have a shred of bulletproof evidence to establish the veracity of their allegations regardless. Before I proceed it is
Is the UN right? Accounts of shooting incidents in Techiman required ICC mandate — Accra Editor says
According to a statement I chanced upon, The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel Dr. Mohammed Ibn Chambas is calling on authorities in Ghana to investigate and hold accountable personnel of the security agencies who shot and killed some persons during the elections held earlier this week. In a statement released by his office, he also called on the two main political parties, NPP and NDC to respect the peace Pact they signed
Ghanaian business mogul Valentina Mintah has been appointed onto the Executive Board of the International Chamber of Commerce. The International Chamber of Commerce is the world's largest business network which has spread in over 130 countries. It has served over a billion with employment all over the world. Valentina Mintah is the first Ghanaian to ever make it to the executive board of the noble organisation. She owns and manages a company by name West Blue Company in Ghana. Madam Valentina Mintah has worked
The Togolese secession saga has hit the airwaves and major media outlets after thier last strike last week blocking roads and subsequently burning an STC bus earlier this week. Thier main reason for striking is to seek independent from Ghana and become the Western Togoland. The Ghana Police and Army thwarted and made arrest after last week's strike. As the saying goes - if persuasion fails, force must be applied. The secessionists group first applied force and it might seem to have failed so they have resorted
More emotional situations are starting to develop following the shameless assaults by secessionist bunches in the North Tongu voting public and encompassing zones in the Volta Region. Individuals from the Western Togoland secessionists have utilized the administrations of Togolese attorney to speak to them at the United Nations with the sole target of helping them to request their self-sufficiency and freedom from Ghana. Togolese media, Focus Info, reports that Association of Civil and Professional legal
After six months of deliberation, a team of international lawyers has unveiled a new legal definition of “ecocide” that, if adopted, would put environmental destruction on a par with war crimes – paving the way for the prosecution of world leaders and corporate chiefs for the worst attacks on nature.