Togolese Diaspora

Togolese Diaspora in Ghana Hosts Event for Mutual Growth

Togolese Diaspora in Ghana held an event aimed at fostering togetherness among Togolese diaspora members in Ghana and representatives from other foreign communities, promoting networking, idea-sharing, and collaborations for mutual growth and development. Speaking in an exclusive interview with Oyerepa news, Vice President of the Togolese Diaspora in Ghana (DIASTOGH) and Lecturer at Valley View…

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ABANTU

ABANTU Urges Political Will to Boost Women’s Participation in 2024 Elections

ABANTU Urges Political Will to Boost Women’s Participation in 2024 Elections   In a resolute call for action, ABANTU For Development, a prominent women’s advocacy group, has emphasized the critical need for political will to advance women’s participation and representation in Ghanaian politics and national discourse. During a recent media briefing held in Accra, the…

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Apolitical Appointment

Journalist Calls For Apolitical Appointment Of Police Chief

Journalist Calls For Apolitical Appointment Of Police Chief   Prominent Ghanaian media expert and social commentator, Roger A. Agana, has recently reignited the debate on the appointment process of Ghana’s Inspector General of Police (IGP). The Chief Executive Officer of the News Ghana argues that the current practice of presidential appointments undermines the independence and…

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Survaiva Benjamin Donkor

Ghana’s Survaiva Benjamin Donkor Wins Johnnie Walker Global Bartender Challenge

Ghana’s Survaiva Benjamin Donkor Wins Johnnie Walker Global Bartender Challenge Johnnie Walker, the world’s number one Scotch Whisky, has announced the winners of its Black Label Global Bartender Challenge, with Ghanaian bartender, Survaiva Benjamin Donkor, Senior Bartender at Tribeca Restaurant, winning an exclusive three-night immersive Black Label experience in Scotland, the home of Johnnie Walker….

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Wacam Urges Mining Communities to Empower Themselves with Knowledge of Mining Laws

Wacam, a not-for-profit organisation, has urged mining communities to continue empowering themselves with knowledge of mining laws and protocols. According to the group, by being grounded in the Minerals and Mining Law and other provisions, mining communities will be able to resist mining companies that destroy their livelihoods and rights. Wacam’s Associate Executive Director, Mrs….

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Collaborative Spirit Fostered through Community Entry Visits

Mining communities in Eastern and Western Regions have welcomed the European Union’s (EU) support through the Building Resilient and Active Communities in Extractive Landscapes of Ghana (BRACE) Project. This follows community entry visits conducted by Wacam, an implementing partner of the BRACE project, from June 10-14, 2024. The visits took place in Wacam’s operational zones…

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