Occupy Ghana calls for prosecution of appointees who caused financial loss to the state through various infractions

Socio-political non-partisan pressure group Occupy Ghana is calling for the immediate prosecution of government appointees who have committed various infractions leading to the loss of revenue to the state. Their call comes on the back of revelations that the Auditor-General has been able to save the country a whopping 67 million Ghana Cedis emanating from […]

CDD Ghana, GII, TUC, GJA, SEND-Ghana, GIBA etal to hit the streets over RTI

Major Civil society groups in the country are billed to hit the streets soon to protest the delay by parliament in passing the Right to Information Bill (RTI). They include include Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) Africa Office, Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC), PenPlusBytes, SEND-Ghana, Civil […]

Media Coalition on RTI and Occupy Ghana declare every Friday Red Friday to protest delay in passing RTI Bill

The Media Coalition on Right to Information, the Coalition of Right to Information, Ghana and Occupy Ghana have announced Friday 30th November 2018 and every other Friday before Christmas as RTI red Friday (#RTIRedFriday). This will be interspersed with street advocacies and visits to Parliament on selected days within this period to press home the […]

KNUST Brouhaha: Gov’ts earlier approach was a face saving exercise that has embarrassed it-Occupy Ghana

Pressure group, Occupy Ghana has described government’s initial reaction and steps it took in an attempt to resolve the melee that erupted in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) as a face-saving exercise which has embarrassed the government. According to the group, government did not use the required legal and legitimate means […]