CHIEFS AND POLITICS: HOW DO CHIEFS CONTRIBUTE THEIR QUOTA TOWARDS NATION BUILDING? (PART 1) BY SAMUEL KISSIEDU AND MAAME TUFFOUR

Ghana is known to have a dual system of governance. They are, the traditional constitutional system, existing at custom and the modern constitutional democracy found in the 1992 Constitution. The traditional constitutional system evolved around the institution of chieftaincy. This it still does. The modern constitutional system of Ghana on the other hand was imported […]

#MeToo, #BelieveWomen Cancel Culture and the erasure of the presumption of Innocence! By Shafic Osman

NB: The word rape and sexual violence are used interchangeably and rape is not used in the limited way ACT 29 defines it. Also, sexual violence here includes unconsented sexual activities with males, indecent assault, and defilement. The Damning Statistics. Rape and other forms of sexual violence are pervasive the world over. It knows no […]

The Distribution of Marital Property Upon the Dissolution of Marriage By Amanda Dzifa Alokpa

After 15 years of marriage, Sister Abena, my neighbor for many years only whines about what a lazy man Odee, her husband is and contemplates divorcing Odee for good because she is fed up. Her only concern now is her house and car as Odee has never had anything to offer, not even stipend for a day as his hamartia was his drunkenness […]