The word incompetence, may have well become a part of our political leadership in Ghana, thanks to Dr. Bawumia and Samira Bawumia's often use to describe the immediate past John Mahama's administration. So it comes as surprising, when same, is associated with the current leadership.
US based Ghanaian legal practitioner professor Kwaku Asare popularly known as Kweku Azar has said that it will be interesting to see if the CJ will refer Tsatsu to the GLC for saying that “In this last petition, I think as we all saw virtually in all the decisions, the Chief Justice will write an opinion and everybody was on board.”
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.
Three prominent Ghanaians had a meeting to amend articles of the 1992 Constitution which, if successful will allow Ghanaians in the diaspora to contest positions in the country. Right Honorable Alban Bagbin, the Speaker of Parliament, Kwaku Azar US-based accounting professor of University of Florida, and MP for Akim Swedru Kennedy Osei Nyarko reportedly met to discuss a private members bill sponsored by the latter to amend articles 8(a) and 94(2a) of the 1992 Constitution.
Prof. Kwaku Azar BLASTS NPP's Hon. Agyeman Manu's Conduct And Cites A Bigger Problem Exist With Govt
In a Facebook post sighted by the renowned Lawyer and academic, Prof. Kwaku Azar, he simply writes that: "It’s not normal for a minister of State to sign a multimillion dollar contract without thinking. It is even less normal for thinking people to justify a contract that was signed without thinking.
Prof. Kwaku Azar Has His Eyes On The Presidency and More, As Mahama's Ben Malor Responds "Excellent"
Kwaku Azar is a Professor, Accountant and Lawyer and has gradually built a solid following on his verified Facebook personal account page. Currently, he boats of as much as 29,170 followers and if you cared to wonder what that means, it means that, every post of his, gets some good numbers of persons, seeing them and reacting as well.
In a Facebook post by Prof. Kwaku Azar, has indicated that: "We have embarked on a solemn journey to allow Ghanafuo, no matter their other citizenship affiliations, to participate freely and equally in the political space. Our destination is to repeal Articles 94(2)(a) and 8(2) as well as other statutory restrictions imposed on Ghanafuo merely for holding other citizenships.
65year old Ambrose Dery is a renowned Ghanaian politician and appointed as the Interior Minister and also serving as a Member of Parliament for Nandom Constituency, having first won the constituency during the 2016 elections on the ticket on the New Patriotic Party. One would have expected his stand to be firm and unmoved, but from these two accounts of his professional reactions, to two similar security issues, as Prof. Kwaku Azar humbly submit that, he has changed the goal post.
In a Post by Prof. Kwaku Azar sighted, he is still not had enough of the national discourse on emoluments and identifies the root cause of the terminal dashing of huge monies and benefits to the Article 71 Office Holders in the country. He writes that: "Article 71 is not the problem.
This week has been begun on a sad note, security wise, as Ghana has been hit with a bad news and renowned Lawyer and Professor, Kwaku Azar, summarized it best, when he specifically wrote that: "Macho Kaaka, a 40-year-old father of five, is dead from being beaten to a pulp by unknown Ghanafuo for daring to be a citizen.
We should be seeing resignations by now if members of GLC had shame and conscience – Prof Kwaku Azar
The outspoken legal professor, Stephen Kwaku Asare popularly known as Kwaku Azar, has descended heavily on the management of Ghana Legal Council (GLC) on social media. Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare has consistently opposed the monopolistic powers of Ghana School of Law as the only legal institution that trains professional lawyers and other legal practitioners in the country.
Your Member of Parliament and mine as well, are all getting brand new V8's costing a whooping $100,000 and in making this, that many consider to be unfortunate spending a reality, the Finance Ministry has presented to Parliament a request by government for a $28 million loan from the National Investment Bank.
Heritage Imperial Limited sued the state, over what it deemed as the unlawful seizure of its excavators and other mining equipment's by the President's Inter-Ministerial Taskforce on Illegal Mining. The court, presided by Justice Samuel Obeng Diawuo, in its ruling, deemed the action on the site of Heritage Imperial Mining Company as unlawful entry, hence, the award of costs against the country, that Ghana must cough up eventually to the firm.
US based Ghanaian legal practitioner professor Kwaku Asare popularly known as Kweku Azar has said that Ntiamoa-Baidu clearly does not understand the country's balance sheet and misread it's mood. According to Prof Kwaku Azar, Ntiamoa-Baidu distributes ex Gratia, luxury vehicles, resettlement packages, spousal salaries, first class ticket and other benefits as if Ghana is as rich as Sweden.
Following the recent cases of armed robbery and killing in the country and the comments by the inspector general of police (IGP), US based Ghanaian legal practitioner professor Kwaku Asare popularly known as Kweku Azar has charged the IGP to step up to the task. In an interview yesterday with the IGP, he revealed that the police are doing what they can to protect Ghanaians
In February 2018, the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) had earmarked on $10 million to provide safe, quality and reliable electricity to some selected markets and economic enclaves in the country, dubbed “Access Project” under the Millennium Challenge Compact (MCC II) power theft also known as “illegal connections”, in markets and Economic Enclaves would be reduced and streamline acquisition of energy meters.
Many are of the view that, if the intelligence agency in Ghana, has been up and working, it could have prevented the unfortunate murder of Abdul Nasir Yussif and Murtala Mohammed and the injury of four others during a protest by the youth of Ejura Sekyedumase, which was disrupted by security operatives on Tuesday morning, while demanding justice for late social activist Kaaka Mohammed.
The Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior, has said that he is appalled that the situation between Dr. Dominic Ayine and Chief Justice Anim Yeboah has been reduced to an NDC versus the Chief Justice quarrel. Kwesi Pratt made this statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro television this morning when he gave his opinion on the banter between the Chief Justice and Dr. Dominic Ayine.
Political activist and lawyer, professor Kwaku Azar has exposed Ghana military over Ejura incident and stated that he cannot recall the last time he saw a military men kneeling down to aim guns at protesting civilians under military regimes. Prof Kwaku Azar has told Ghanaians in a message sent to them that even during colonial regime, police officers rejected an order from their leader.
The GPCC dragged the government of Ghana to the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) after an official termination in 2018, demanding compensation from the government for a breach of the contract. The court subsequently awarded the company an amount of $170 million to be paid by Ghana.