The Judiciary forms a part of the three arms of government and the law lies in the bosom of Judges who sit during court proceedings to pass judgment. In any democratic dispensation, the law courts are held in high esteem, and anything which is required to ensure the smooth running of the day's activities is acquired.
The National Identification Authority (NIA) has some dos and don'ts attached to the Ghana card. An ignorance of the law they say is no excuse. There are things the NIA has classified them as offences and punishable by law that every Ghana card holder must know.
It is hard to think of a leader from Africa who has been more educated than Robert Mugabe. He studied at the University of Fort Hare in South Africa and then went on to get a law degree from Liverpool University in England. Mugabe was also a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University in England, where he took courses in economics, sociology and politics.
According the sitting Chairman for the LGBTQ laws deliberations Committee, 5 Ghanaian members of Parliament has been Summoned into a meeting by the powerful UK House of legislature ( Parliament). All five members will leave the shores of Ghana tomorrow's 12th June, 2022. Subsequently, the meeting shall take place on Monday 13th June, 2022.
The 61-year-old Jackie Appiah is a successful businesswoman and television personality. She is the co-founder and CEO of Jackie Appiah Communications, an African media company. She is also the host of the TV show, The Jackie Appiah Show, which airs on AFR TV. Jackie Appiah was born in Accra, Ghana, in 1957.
Oliver Explains Why He Has Chosen His Harvard Law School Training Over His Ghana Law School Training
The lead Convener of the Fix The Country Movement, Oliver Barker Vorwamor, aside his exuberant activism on both social media and on the street is also an accomplished law students. Today, he shared with us his experience in both Harvard Law School and the Ghana School of law as a means of exercising the vast difference between the two.
Born on February 1, 1969 in Axim in the Western Region of Ghana, Charlotte Kesson-Smith Osei was the first woman to serve in the Office of the Electoral Commission of Ghana in 2015 since independence. Sources indicate that her parents are mixed West African Nationals, but her dad has a parent being a Ghanaian.
1. Akua B She is an entrepreneur, a legal practitioner and an advocate for women and children. Akua B, popularly known on social media, particularly Instagram, has gained a lot influence and grounds recently, due to the breathtaking photos she floods social media users and the public with.
While everyone seems to have forgotten about the Afia Schwarznnegar and Chief of staff's gift saga, Popular Ghanaian Musician Amandzeba has resurrected it on live TV. According to him, his secret plan was to test the law as a citizen of Ghana to know the actual truth in all that Afia Schwarznnegar said and the explanation given by the Chief of staff..
According to the Director-General of the internal audit service, Dr Oduro Osae, land owners must endeavour to develop them within the first 10 years of acquiring them. Failure to do so, they risk losing it to squatters that have settled in the land over a long period.
Germany-based International Human Rights Activist Mr Anthony Kwabena Rau has revealed that people can also use their economic situation to seek asylum in Germany. In an interview on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Mr Rau revealed that according to the German law on immigration, non-citizens can even seek political asylum based on the living conditions in their countries.
The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) and the Action by Christians Against Torture (ACAT) Ghana in a joint statement released on Sunday June 26, and copied to the press have unequivocally demanded justice for the students of the Annor Adjaye SHS located at Ezilibo in Jomoro district of the Western Region of Ghana.
Fixthecountry Conveynor Oliver Barker-Vormawor has asserted that Harvard school of law thought him that the study of law is to positively impact society and not to make money but Ghana school of law has thought him that lawyers must be rich at all cost no matter the means it takes. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 22nd June 2022, he wrote; "Harvard Law School taught me that the purpose of law school is for us to impact society positively and change society for the better. Not make
Everyone has principles in life and anyone who has no principles is actually directionless. For some people, life is a script and when that script is followed, the likelihood of achieving one's dream appears more realistic. Television and radio presenter, Jay Foley has outlined or re-echoed four (4) universal laws that every individual must abide.
To coincide with the United Nations International Day for Countering Hate Speech on Saturday, June 18th, FIFA released an independent report documenting the rising level of abuse directed against footballers on social media platforms during international competitions. FIFA will work with FIFPRO – the worldwide representative organization for professional footballers – to coordinate and implement a plan to protect participating teams, players, officials, and supporters from abuse on social media during
Former Algeria International football player and coach Rabah Madjer have been brought to justice by an Algerian Court of Law for falsifying financial records. The 63-year-old was sentenced on the offence of forgery and fraud as it was established that, he continued to cash in cheques on behalf of two newspapers agency he owned but was closed for a year from the public advertising agency. The former FC Porto player who won the 1987 European Cup at the expense of Bayern Munchen with a famous back-heeled goal in
FIFA stays on target to present "robo linesmen" at the 2022 World Cup. World supervisor Gianni Infantino is quick to present the "semi computerized offside" framework for Fifa's worldwide masterpiece what begins in November. Preliminaries of the framework, which utilizes 10 cameras to follow 29 body points of every player, occurred in the Club World Cup won by Liverpool and the Arab Cup held in four of Doha's eight World Cup arenas.
The high unemployment rates in Ghana leaves the National Service Secretariat in no choice than to introduce the “Flair” initiative to help contained the annual unemployment situations after graduation. The “flair” portal has been made available by the NSS to help give to personnel the needed skills and knowledge to make them equipped so they’re able to establish their own businesses after the service.
This article is written mainly to help educate road users, especially Drivers to know Ghana's traffic laws and also to help them avoid unnecessary harassment from the police. This will gradually help put an end to the payment of bribes. I hope by the end of this article, questions like what offence can your driver's licence be seized or retained by the MTTU/MTTD of the Ghana Police Service will be answered, I have a bonus tip for you at the end of this piece The foremost law you should know as a driver in
Ghana's First Pious "Roman Sister" Lawyer, Law Lecturer And Very Close to Earning a PhD in Law. PICS
Rev.Sr. Regina Ignatia Aflah is a lawyer and an Adjunct Lecturer with the UPSA Law School.She is also the Coordinator for Human Rights and Justice at Caritas Ghana (the charitable arm of the respected Ghana Catholic Conference of Bishops).