Op-ed: Ghana's constitution is meant to protect the media - but does it?

By Jacob Nyarko, 24 July
photo credit: pixabay
photo credit: pixabay
Between independence 1957 – the year Ghana won independence from British – until 1992 the country had three civilian heads of state interspersed with several military rulers. But that year it finally embraced democratic rule and adopted a constitution. One of the areas of protection the new constitution offered was the independence of the media and of expression. But are these enforced? And has the media felt their positive impact?
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