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FEATURED BOOKS- JusticeGhana Director of Legal and Media Research- Asante Fordjour, authored this about the 64 Commando Regiment- currently available and on sale at Amazon!
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FEATURED ARTS, BOOKS & PROFILES- TRAVELLERS WITHOUT DESTITUTION- A TRUE RESEARCH PROBLEM & THESIS? “Jerry Rawlings decided to create his own army. The name he chose for this dangerous assault on the security of Ghana was “June Fourth Battalion” or as it is commonly known “Battalion 64? …this battalion is better fed, and better resourced than any other outfit in Ghana Armed Forces. No mean a person than former Chief of Defence Staff General Joshua Hamidu has spoken out against this unit. It is a highly politicized group under arms, whose sworn allegiance is to Rawlings. They have defied the Army chain-of-command and occupied the GNTC flats at Kanda Estates in Accra. Battalion 64 is the Pit Bull Dog of Ghana’s security situation. Rawlings’ own security detail was selected from this group. And now he wants 24 of these bandits as his personal security detail in retirement….”
[we may read more from here- http://justiceghana.com/blog/our-country/who-constituted-the-64-commando-regiment/ ]
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Bail Application- Your Rights And Perils
SUMMARY NOTES- On arrest we should always have the right to legal advice, to have someone of our choice informed about our detention and not least, the right to remain silent to police questioning- but this comes with inference and at our perils. But even if where you have a starring previous, can’t your prudent counsel persuade the court to ‘take into account (TIC)’ your reformed state of person- positive community ties, stable employment, education & training engagements, not forgetting your family circumstances such as a breadwinner or carer of an ageing and ailing vulnerable parents, friend or relative, to rebut the prosecution’s quest to keep you in cell/remand? A good criminal justice system had always struck for the fairness and reasonable balance. In Ghana, Ewuraekua had told that in a busy cell like that of Airport Police Station, at times the officer in-charge of a case had to feed the suspect because he doesn’t know anybody to bring him food. Our thesis is: how are the inmates of the police cells across the country, being fed?
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The Politics of the New Voters’ Register
COMMENTARY- ELECTIONS & POLITICS: …A NEW VOTERS’ REGISTER- NDC SAYS NO & NPP ARGUES YES- THE SOLUTION APPEARS TO BE MORE OF ACCOUNTING[Auditing & Bank Reconciliation…] RATHER THAN POLITICS!
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The Traditional and Modern Concepts Of Insults
CULTURE & TRADITION: Re- “Where did civility go? When did civility leave us? When adults insult and exhibit insulting behaviour, what are children to learn- A Facebook Inquiry By Clara Beeri
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The Process of Effective Negotiations
Brief Notes On Negotiations- What is Negotiation & the Stages and Processes of Negotiations?
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Ada, Oda And The Asafotufiame Festival

PEOPLE & PLACES- In the words of the Ghana Districts [1]; “the Ada people are fishery and agricultural Dangme-speaking people that forms a subset of the larger Ga-Dangme ethno-linguistic group living in the southern Ghana.” But historically, the composition of Ada ethnicity might go beyond Ga-Adngbe culture and traditions. According to the report, the Ada people were made up of the four original Dangme clans: the Adibiawe, Lomobiawe, Dangmebiawe, and Tekperbiawe. “These clans, the Okorli, integrated one Akan clan- the Kabiawe and incorporated three Ewe clans: the Kudragbe, Korgbor and Ohuewem. The Ada later on adopted 9 additional Ewe villages, Agave, Sukpe, Tefle, Vume, Blakpa, Mlefi, Mepe, Battor, and Duffor, to form the Ada Nation. Ada-Foah is the district capital of Ada people. Some of the other notable towns are Kasseh, Akplabanya, Sege Junction, Anyamam, Pute, Lolonya, Tamatoku, Bonikope, Songor, Adzomanukope, Bedeku, Wokume Gbe, Songutsokpa, Big-Ada, Got, Koluedor ,Totimekope, Ocanse Kope, Totope, Kasseh, Matsekope.” So; as the peoples of Ada begin their annual festival- Asafotufiame in August, both the familiar and the foreign will be witnessing not only the culture and traditions rooted in Ga-Adangbe but also, the beauty in diversity- showcasing colourful historical clues as to how Ada/Oda, got its current name.
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LAW & JUSTICE- Remembering Lord Denning
BRIEFS- Legal Tributes to Lord Denning: “Lord Denning has been described as the most influential judge of the 20th century. Denning became possibly the best known judge ever to belong to the English judiciary. He was equally well-loved and controversial, appreciated for his role as ‘the people’s judge’ and his support for the common man and disliked by elements of the bar and judiciary for ‘uncertainty in the law’ created by his broad judgments..."
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LAW & JUSTICE- Constitutional Blackouts On Ghana’s EC
Research, Information and Advocacy- Constitutional Blackout and Hurdles in Ghana- Resigned or Transferred? Did President Mahama Err On The Appointment of The New EC Boss- Mrs Charlotte Kesson-Smith Osei?
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The Best of SMC & The National Anthem
LEST WE FORGET-The National Pledge, The Seven Charter of Redemption and The Ghana National Anthem
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