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‘Fabewoso’ demonstration prompts EOCO to investigate cases of embezzlement

The Economic and Organized Crimes Office (EOCO) for the sake of mother Ghana, has come out to say, it will investigate every case related to embezzlement and vanish of monies from the purse of Ghana; as the Host of Adom FM’s Morning Show, ‘Dwaso Nsem’, Captain Smart leads tens of tens of thousands of Ghanaians from Accra and beyond to present a petition to the Economic and Organized Crimes Office (EOCO) today, calling for investigation and prosecution of persons named in various reports especially the Auditor General’s report. 274 more words

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Five Ways to Improve Policy-based Governance

When churches change governance, most are changing to a form of policy governance. This makes sense. Policy governance addresses challenges outlined in my earlier post on… 738 more words

Governance

Building an Unjust Foodscape: Shifting Governance Regimes, Urban Place Making and the Making of Chinese Food as Ordinary in Hong Kong

This is the text from my recently published peer-reviewed paper in the journal Local Environment.  The paper will be part of a special issue on Food Justice edited by Agatha Herman and Mike Goodwin in the future. 10,957 more words

Food

A study into the gender of MAT CEOs

There continues to be intense debate about the highest profile and highest paid roles in English education. This study has examined public data from English MATs to inform the debate on if there is s gender imbalance. 15 more words

Education

Temporary Monopolies - how to be successful in the digital market

Why are some companies more successful and profitable in the digital era? With long experience of companies in the digital arena, it is possible to draw some conclusions. 1,530 more words

Governance

How elected representatives can make good decisions and keep everyone happy

In February this year, Wales Online reported that there were calls for Bridgend MP, Madeleine Moon, to resign after she went against the electorate’s wishes and voted against the triggering of article 50 in a constituency that voted to leave the European Union. 552 more words

Leadership

Malaysian Opposition Parties in a Premiership Scramble

Malaysian Opposition Parties in a Premiership Scramble

by TK Chua@www.freemalaysiatoday.com

Prime Minister (To  be Elected) Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad and Deputy Lim Kit Siang!–A Case of counting chickens before they are hatched… 432 more words

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