THE RIGHT TO POLITICAL CHOICE AND THE NARROW-MINDEDNESS OF SOME POLITICAL SYCOPHANTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF NINDUGLA By Frederick Agaaya Adongo

The Republic of Nindugla is a unitary republic in Sub-Saharan Africa. The people of Nindugla in 1992 adopted for themselves a constitution which is described as the fundamental law of the land. In consequence thereof, any enactment or act which is found to be inconsistent with the constitution or any provision thereof is void and […]

Rejoinder: Separation of powers under the 1992 Constitution; A return to source is the answer. by Samuel Kissiedu

A response to Victor Azure’s article, “How Far Should Separation of Powers Go”. Before I start, I would like to state emphatically that a reader who has not read Victor Azure’s article should quickly do so and revert. I would now proceed from where my colleague ended his piece which is, “…but how far should […]

EULOGIZING PROF. E.Y BENNEH: DOES IT MATTER NOW WHAT GROTIUS SAID? By Frederick Agaaya Adongo

That Prof. Emmanuel Yaw Benneh was a great teacher of the law is an underestimation of his prowess. His mastery of his subject area is an enviable feat that every teacher would want to attain. Within the first fifteen minutes of every lecture, Prof. Benneh would usually run through the previous lecture in such a […]

THE REVELATION OF AN UNTHOUGHT OF MISCHIEF IN THE CATEGORIZATION OF CHIEFS IN GHANA’S CHIEFTAINCY ACT OF 2008 By Frederick Agaaya Adongo

  The institution of chieftaincy constitutes one of the most basic cells of the modern state. This has been so since time immemorial. The institution predates even western colonial imperialism in our part of the world. It is therefore a very sacred and revered institution in all facets of the Ghanaian society. In this sense, […]