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Chieftaincy conflicts in Ghana are mixed up with politics: what's at risk

By Kaderi Noagah Bukari, Research Fellow, Department of Peace Studies, University of Cape Coast
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Chieftaincy is one of Ghana’s oldest traditional institutions. It has remained resilient despite attempts by both colonial and post-independent governments to control and undermine it. According to Article 270 of Ghana’s 1992 constitution, the chieftaincy institution is recognised as part of the country’s governance system.

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