Posts Tagged 'democracy'

Ghana: Public expectations of new government

This short video captures the mood of Ghanaians after the swearing-in of new president John Evans Atta-Mills and what they expect from him.


Video credit: AfricaNews


Ghana’s democracy under trial

A little over 12,000,000 eligible voters are in long queues to elect a new president and 230 Members of Parliament in West Africa’s peaceful nation of Ghana. Casting of vote opened at 7 am on Sunday morning in most of the 21,000 polling stations across the country with a population of 22 million people.
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Ghana must make a difference

candidates1Ghana goes to the polls to elect a new president on the 7th of December 2008. She remains the surest and only hope for Africa as others that went through similar exercise early this year failed to impress.  As the safest and peaceful country in West Africa, Ghanaians cannot afford to gamble with their enviable democracy. Already, tension is mounting in some parts of the country specifically the central and northern parts.

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