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Are new centres of power a good idea? People in Ghana's Oti region are divided on the issue

By Anthony Nkrumah Agyabeng, Lecturer, Business Department, University of Professional Studies Accra
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Governments often pursue strategies to establish regional centres of power in an effort to decentralise and bring the state closer to the governed.

This is true in Ghana. The country has undergone a number of regional reorganisations. These happened in 1956, 1957 and 1983. Another took place in 2018 which led to the creation of six more administrative regions. This initiative was preceded by public…


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