Dr. Kojo Asante writes: Government won’t come to a halt if you pass RTI

My very last words. There are as many countries in the world including 22 African countries who have passed RTI laws and their governments have not come to a halt. In the coming days, I will share more information about the benefits of the RTI law before Parliament.

Why is it so hard for you to love me?

It was a short trip. All my life I had been looking forward to visiting this country and yet when the opportunity finally came, I had to make it short because my brother was getting married.

Tax reforms in the 2019 budget: key features we must observe

“Taxes are what we pay for civilized society” is the famous quote by US Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes

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