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Ghana's media need to up their game in covering the presidential election court case

By Esi Thompson, Assistant Professor, Indiana University
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Ghana, touted for its democracy and peaceful transfer of power since 1992, faced its first presidential election dispute in 2012. This was the sixth election of the country’s fourth republic.

Six months prior to the elections, the sitting president, John Evans Atta Mills, passed away and the vice-president, John…

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