DEMOCRACY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND THE ENEMY CALLED by Selikem Timothy Donkor

Governmental authority exists purposely to ensure state efficacy and to protect the well-being of citizens[1]. It is without doubt that the elective principle in any democratic state is there purposely to ensure that elected representatives in government are made accountable for their official acts done while in office. This system of accountability is ensured in […]

“THE NEWS IS FAKE OR THE FAKE IS NEWS”: HIGHLIGHTING THE OFFENCE OF PUBLICATION OF FALSE NEWS IN GHANA by Nana Kwesi Essuman Pocco

The 21st century stands tall in the world for inventions and innovations. This era birthed many technological advancements geared towards making the world a better place. Improvement of communication and the sharing of information through the internet and modern media cannot be underestimated. More so, the demerits of these strides cannot also be overlooked. One […]

COVID-19: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PARLIAMENT TO SHOW WISDOM by Inkum Isaac Arko

It would be a deliberate cliché for me to bombard readers with the catastrophe caused by the coronavirus in our world, listing how it has gravely infested not just human beings, but economies and the public safety of nations. Nonetheless, this pandemic presents an opportunity for institutions to show tact, vision and wisdom. One of […]

LEGITIMACY AND CONTINUITY OF THE AKUFFO ADDO GOVERNMENT, COVID-19  AND THE LAW by Selikem Donkor

It has become a common concern of students, lawyers, politicians and the wider population of Ghanaians about the threat Covid-19 poses to current government of the day should it be impossible for presidential elections to be held within the stated time postulated by the 1992 constitution. In early March, the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 […]