· Professor Ransford Gyampo, a lecturer at the University of Ghana has waded into the debate around salaries for presidential wives. On Wednesday, July 7, YEN .gh reported the decision of the government to adopt the recommendation of an emolument committee to ensure that the spouses of the President and Vice President are paid for their roles on a monthly basis.
Ghana''s Hybrid Constitution: A Historical Note Ghana was the ﬁrst country in sub-Saharan Africa to gain political independence and the funda- mental law that governed the newly This legal document was essentially based on the British Westminster model and the Governor-General represented the British Queen as Head of State.
· Professor Gyampo said IPAC was not the right forum for a political party to present its proposals. "EC has to receive it first, then it can send it to IPAC. It is not the right guideline for the political party, "he said on Thursday, August 12th, on Good Evening Ghana. He added: "IPAC is not a legally binding body and has no legal support.
· It is a misdirection," Prof Gyampo said on Metro TV''s Good Evening Ghana on Thursday, August 12. The opposition NDC presented 34 electoral reforms to the EC as part of efforts to improve the country''s electoral architecture. The Electoral Commission then directed the NDC, the main opposition party in Ghana, to submit all its electoral ...
· Lecturer at the Political Science department of the University of Ghana Prof. Ransford Gyampo has said that Ghana future is bleak. This, he said, is owed to the fact that the youth instead of been actively part of the governance process in the country have been confined to unquestioned fun-fool respect for politicians, whether in opposition or in government.
· We Ghanaians won''t accept any ''alien'' sexual orientation – Gyampo warns. Prof. Gyampo is Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Political Science Department. Lecturer at the University of Ghana Political Science Department Prof Ransford Gyampo …
· Ghana Waves App. Associate Professor at the University of Ghana Ransford Edward Yaw Gyampo has been elected the Secretary of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) after heated elections on Thursday, August 5. "Working with my colleagues, we won''t fight with any government," he wrote after the win.
· Prof. Gyampo asserted that, unless Ghana''s abandoned constitutional review process is revived, the nation cannot develop as its failed efforts to fight the quagmires of poverty and under-development are also directly and indirectly linked to the kind of In his ...
· Prof Gyampo indicated that the fight between the Labour Commission and UTAG has not ended because UTAG will stamp its feet in ensuring that their demands are met. The UTAG has been on strike since Monday, August 2 and is demanding restoration of a 2012 Single Spine Salary Structure agreement that would have seen entry-level lecturers earn the cedi equivalent of $2,084 monthly.
· I don''t believe there is culture of silence in Ghana – Gyampo. July 3, 2021. Lecturer at the Political Science Department at the University of Ghana Professor Ransford Gyampo, has refuted claims that there is a culture of silence under the government of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the strict sense of the term.
· Emotional Prof. Gyampo must tone down on his chaotic utterances – Group on UTAG brouhaha. The Network of Associations of Registered NGOs in Ghana (NARNGO) has advice the Secretary of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), Prof. Ransford Gyampo to slow down on his utterances in the impasse with government.
Professor Gyampo said IPAC is not the right forum for a political party to present its proposals to. "EC must receive it first then if it can send it to IPAC. It is not the right directive to the political party," he said on Good Evening Ghana on Thursday August 12.
Mandatory quarantine yielding results—Prof. Gyampo. Professor Ransford Gyampo, a lecturer at the University of Ghana, has observed that the mandatory quarantine policy of the government is yielding results which may not be appreciated by those who, fortunately, may not be infected by the deadly virus. "Just imagine what would have happened ...
· Ransford Edward Van Gyampo. Political Science at the University of Ghana and director of the Centre for European Studies at the same university. Corresponding Author: He is a senior research fellow at the Governance Unit of the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA-Ghana) and a member of Ghana''s Electoral Reform Committee.