The Alliance for Accountable Government of Ghana (AFAG), a civil society group, is calling on the government in Ghana to take actions in an ongoing trial of a multi- million dollar corruption case dubbed as the Woyome scandal.
The economy of a developmental state may grow at unprecedented pace but it often ruins democracy and good governance
Taye Negussie (PhD)
Ordinarily, we think of a developmental state merely as a state that intervenes in the working of the market at instances of ‘market malfunctioning’. But, is that all what is meant by the term ‘developmental state’? Most importantly, what is the relationship like between the working of a developmental state and the realization of the purpose and objective of good governance?
A farmer can produce a bounty and still be a poor farmer
Alebel Andiye is a farmer living in the outskirt of Seqota, a small town in Wag Hemra Zone of northern Ethiopia. Sekota is a town recently connected by a 675 kms of asphalt road to Alem Ketema, another city in the north that provides market outlets to farmers in Seqota and its surrounding.
Currently Alebel and thousands of other farmers in the area are busy doing the mandatory soil conservation works to rehabilitate and preserve what is left of neglected and aggressive erosion that has washed the soil and left monumental gullies until two years ago. But that didn’t keep Alebel from increasing his agricultural produces all the more.