BY: Nana Susubribi Krobea Asante and Dr Seth Bimpong-Buta
When the history of the evolution of our liberal constitutional order is written, we must recognise not only those who participated in the drafting of the Constitution but also those who systematically and conscientiously prepared the legal infrastructure for the interpretation and application of the Constitution.
It was insightful listening to Conrad Hughes - on Skype from Geneva - contribute as a panellist to the Tema International School (TIS) Educational Forum, Monday October 1, 2018, on the theme, “A Transforming World: The State of School Education in the Next 15 Years”.
The Alliance for Development and Industrialisation (ADI) is asking the government to establish a US$1 billion commodity diversification and alternative livelihood for cocoa farmers, as well as the non-traditional export sector in the country.
Last Sunday, someone drew my attention to an article I wrote for this column in May 2011. The article was on exposed dangers of second-hand tyres based on a research work done by the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC).
One of Ghana’s accomplished female academicians, Prof Mrs Rita Akosua Dickson, made history when she was elected recently as the first ever woman Pro Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Last Tuesday night, I stayed up to carefully watch the Raymond Acquah Joy TV production of the documentary on the abduction and murder of the three high court judges and the retired army officer some 36 years ago, Wednesday, June 30, 1982, and the results since then.
By the time you read this column, the outcome of the FBI investigation ordered by President Trump into allegations of sexual misconduct against US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh may have been made known.
Maternally, the respected Justice Professor Vincent Cyril Richard Arthur Charles Crabbe (V.C.R.A.C Crabbe) hailed from Osu, Accra; and specifically Nii Walakataka We. His maternal grandmother was a beloved daughter called Ashiokor Oquaye, being a second daughter of her father.