CHALLENGING CHRAJ ON $ 2.2BN BOND CAN THREATEN INDEPENDENCE OF STATE INSTITUTION

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CHALLENGING CHRAJ RULING ON $ 2.25. BILION KEN BOND CAN THREATEN INDEPENDENCE OF STATE INSTITUTIONS   There seems to be a worrying discourse after the release of the 5 months investigative report by Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).  Soon after the CHRAJ reports came out and a waiting official response from the […]

CALLS FOR SACKING GHANA HIGH COMMISSIONER TO SOUTH AFRICA HUSH AND NEEDLESS

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  Press statement THE CALLS FOR AMBASSADOR AYISI BOATENG’S SACK OR RESIGNATION HUSH AND NEEDLESS   Since Sunday 29th October, 2017. When news of a patron of the Tertiary students confederacy (TESCON) Speaking to the Kumasi Technical University Branch of Tescon-Npp, in an exhortation and assuring message to the students group of his party said […]

THE CREATION OF NEW REGIONS NOT A PRIORITY. RATHER DEVELOP THE EXISTING REGIONAL CAPITALS

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PRESS RELEASE , GHANAIANS WILL LIKE TO SEE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXISTING REGIONAL AND DISTRICT CAPITALS THAN CREATION OF NEW REGIONS The promise to create additional regional capitals by the government is not a national priority and it the wish and hope of many Ghanaians that the Governing New Patriotic Party will rethink its […]

piran constitution

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  National Executives Contact information: Email: advocacyngopiran@yahoo.com Mobile: 0556963025 / 020 681 4731     PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY NETWORK (PIRAN) CIVIL SOCIETY ADVOCACY NGO.   CONSTITUTION 1 CONSTITUTION OF THE PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY NETWORK (PIRAN).GHANA. PREAMBLE. We the members, patrons, and sponsors of the Public Interest Research and Advocacy Network (PIRAN). […]

PIRAN asked Government to amend the clause appointing heads of institutions

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THE SSNIT SCANDAL AFFIRMS THE NEED TO MAKE FIX TENURE OF OFFICE FOR HEADS OF GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS, COMMISION HEADS AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. Our recent research findings on the works of the heads of Government Institutions, Commissions Heads and Heads of Government agencies shows many Ghanaians are not pleased with the works of the above appointed […]