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JANE NAANA OPOKU-AGYEMAN: Ghana’s First Possible Female Vice President

By Wilhelmina Oddoye Generally in the African setting, specifically Ghana, women’s political participation has historically faced gross challenges due to cultural norms, limited access to education, entrenched gender biases, socio-economic factors and most notably, structural barriers. However, there has been progress over the years, with more women becoming involved in …

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Heritage Month – Amedzofe In Perspective

By Stephen Kofi Bittor Culture is the key identifiable feature of every society. It’s the element that best defines the history, present and future of every society.The time has come again to appreciate ourselves as Ghanaians with our rich cultural values. This piece seeks to illuminate our origin and other …

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Breakdown of Ghana passport fees: What you need to pay

The recent unannounced visit by Ghana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, to the Passport Office in Accra has brought attention to the issue of overpricing and corruption in the passport acquisition process. The minister expressed her dismay at the extortion of unsuspecting applicants and took action …

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