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Ghanaians say winner-takes- all is not good for Ghana

Debae Iea A lot of people and some institutions have expressed concern about the negative consequences of the winner-takes-all practice of governance in Ghana, saying it continued to polarize the society. People consulted under the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA)-Winner Takes All (WTA) project in all the regions of the country say the WTA practice of governance was not working for Ghanaians and that it was rather impeding development. Mr Justice Francis Emile Short, Vice Chairman of IEA-WTA Advisory Committee, said at a press conference on Tuesday that the consultation which started in June had recommended a change in a governance » Read More

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