As Ghana prepares for the first round of elections tomorrow, 7 December, The Africa Report's editorial assistant Billie McTernan blogs from Accra ... about the crucial swing states that will seal the winning route to State House.
As the first round of Ghana's elections begin on 7 December, Franklin Cudjoe, executive director of Ghana's IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, ... sets out five key priorities for the next administration. The second round of Ghana's national elections end on 28 December, bringing in a government that must manage record revenue from the oil and gas sector and try to meet the rising demands of the population
The finish line is in sight: this Friday 7 December Ghanaians will vote in presidential and parliamentary elections after a rollercoaster campaign. ... Billboards, traditionally promoting beer and mobile phones, have been replaced with the smiling faces of the two candidates.
As has become the tradition with elections in mostly less predictable developing countries, prayer is not just the key to assuage our fears, ... it has become a nationally sanctioned profession of our faith even if we are not deserving of the mercies that flow from it since most of the time the prayers are not backed by God-intent.