Ghana passes ‘questionable’ RTI Bill after 20yrs

The Parliament of Ghana has finally passed the Right to Information Bill (RTI) that has been in the House for close to two decades. The lawmakers from the two dominating political parties – New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) – gave their blessing to the Bill on Tuesday after the Third Reading. […]

Live from the Woods: How does Hussein-Suale’s murder help Ghana resolve contract killings?

The spate of contract killings in the country is rising by the day and very soon it would be common. The permanent threat to the peace Ghana enjoys would not come from activities of criminals but rather the incompetence in safeguarding it. Black’s (2000) defined contract killing as “a continuous sequence of interactions by one […]