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Ghana Police Chief Criticized Over Proposed Social Media Ban

Ghana’s opposition political parties have sharply rejected suggestions that use of all social media platforms be blocked for two days during the November general election. John Kudalor, the inspector general of police, suggested that there could be a ban during the elections from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. to ensure social media are not used to send misleading information that could destabilize the country during the voting. But Dominic Nitiwul, deputy minority leader in parliament from the New...

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