Monthly Archives: June 2019

The Executive Director of Human Rights Reporters Ghana(HRRG), Joseph Kobla Wemakor has bemoaned the attitude of some Ghanaians in connection with politicization of issues of kidnappings being recorded in the country in recent times, adding, “It will only deepen our woes as a country if care is not taken”. According to him, addressing the thorny...
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She could have fallen easily into the trap of her own uncle who attempted raping her during her visit to his house to assist with some household chores the last time. It is very pathetic of someone in whom her confidence is reposed as a guide and a role model. Someone who is supposed to...
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Over 150 pupils of New Hope of Glory Academy at Anyaa, Palas Town have been sensitized on kidnapping and its related issues to guide them in taking precautions to avoid falling victims. Joseph Kobla Wemakor, the Executive Director of the Human Rights Reporters Ghana(HRRG), a non-governmental organization which conducted the sensitization said it has become...
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana(HRRG), a non-governmental organization(NGO) committed to ensuring a society a for all without discrimination has organized a sensitization programme on kidnapping for close to nine hundred (900) students of Anlo-Afiadenyigba Junior High School students in the Volta Region on Friday May 31, 2019. The exercise was aimed at exposing the pranks...
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