The due Right To Information (RTI) Bill of Ghana that has been in a country’s Parliament for over a decade and a half but being passed, is approaching to give a open entrance to information hold by open institutions and private entities that use state funds.
According to President Akufo-Addo of Ghana in his Mar 6, 2018, autonomy day address, a supervision has set a uninformed timeline to get a RTI upheld and it will be before a rising of council this year… Mr. Kevin Taylor of Loud Silence Media on Mar 9, 2018, played horde to an RTI ( https://lnkd.in/dmHTz8A) convention during a Embassy of Ghana in Washington DC, USA.
The eventuality Coordinator was Oral Ofori of TheAfricanDream LLC and His Excellency Dr. Barfour Adjei-Barwuah – Ghana’s Ambassador to a US – was a special guest of honor. The panelists enclosed Jeffrey Bartholet who is a Senior Editor with a Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Thomas Susman who is Director of Governmental Affairs Office during a American Bar Association, and George Kwasi Bright who is a publisher of a Afrikan Post newspaper. This video is from a event.
Video from a event http://bit.ly/2tBJLS2
Kwame Asante Ofori
His Excellency Dr. Barfour Adjei-Barwuah – Ghana’s Ambassador to a United States is (3rd left), Thomas Susman – Director of Governmental Affairs Office during a American Bar Association (left), Kevin Taylor – CEO of Loud Silence Media (2nd left), George Kwasi Bright – Editor and Publisher of a Afrikan Post journal (4th left), Jeffrey Bartholet – a Senior Editor with a Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting (2nd right), and impassioned left is Oral Ofori – Founder of TheAfricanDream.co