Agreeing To Disagree In The Interest Of Ghana
"Embedded in Ghana's multiparty democracy ushered in by the fourth Republican Constitution, 1992 is recognition of the idea that not all Ghanaians will share in the same political ideology on issues regarding how the country should be governed. And yet the actors in this political theatre need to work together to create a point of convergence for the welfare of the people of Ghana.This paper on the topic Agreeing To Disagree in The Interest of Ghana was delivered as part of the two day seminar. The paper offers a stark picture of the true reality of Ghana's political environment today. This disturbing picture was softened with practical, workable and sound alternatives for addressing the challenges that we face as a nation."