Interim Solution to Solve the Problem in our Legal Education is Wrong
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Interim Solution to Solve the Problem in our Legal Education is Wrong

The Legislative Instrument 2355 which has been passed into law by Parliament only gives an interim solution to the problem of getting resources to man professional law training and equal and fair chance to all applicants. More so, the controversy between students of law and Ghana Legal Council is not peculiar to the law profession alone, rather the solution should be given a holistic view to encompass other professions like medical doctors and chattered Accountants etc.

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Center for Blockchain & Management Information System

This is a center for Business Information Research and Advocacy. It undertake academic research into management information system and related disciplines.

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Religious Immorality on the Rise

To start my ranting, I will first treat you to these figures from the 2010 Population Census, specifically on Religion. According to the census, these were the percentages; No Religion 5.3, Catholic 13.1, Protestant 18.4, Pentecostal/Charismatic 28.3, Other Christian 11.4, Islam 17.6, Traditionalist 5.2 Other 0.8.

Privatisation of Pension Schemes in Ghana
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Privatisation of Pension Schemes in Ghana

The Institute for Liberty & Policy Innovation (ILAPIL-Ghana) has asked the Government of Ghana to privatise all pension schemes including the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT). According to him, it has been established that the management of pension schemes has not been the best, hence the need to privatise the sector.

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Education Policy

The center for Educational Policy looks into the government policies, reforms and factors that stifle better education for individuals. Policies geared towards the principles and government initiatives in the educational sphere as well as the collection of laws and rules that govern the operation of education systems are tested to enhance innovation.

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Our zero moral based laws cannot stop galamsey

Mr. Bismark Peter Kwofie, President, Institute for Liberty And Policy Innovation (ILAPI), says only a well thought out moral imperative strategy that makes illegal mining unattractive can halt the marauding phenomenon in Ghana.