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Youth Aspiration


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Education

Reduction of school drop-out rates at Basic and Senior High School levels

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Transformational Agriculture

The future of food and agriculture in Ghana, how and where food is grown, processed and consumed, must be youth-centred

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Youth-Inclusive Governance

Involvement Of Young People In Government

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Employability

To grow the economy and put more money in the pockets of Ghanaian youth through youth employability – not in a decade, but right away

Voter Education


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Do You Know The Implications For Committing Any Of These Voter Identification Card Offences ?

An individual who commits the offence of unlawful possession of another person´s identification card is liable on summary conviction to a fine of not more than three hundred penalty units or a term of imprisonment of not more than six months for each identification card which that individual held unlawfully.

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What Specific Actions Are Deemed Voter Identification Card Offences And What Are Its Implications According To C. I. 91?

A person or organization who possesses the identification card of another person without the express consent of that other person commits an offence

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Voter turnout data since 1956

Check out Ghana's voter turnout data since 1956

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Where Do I Vote

Voting takes place at accredited polling stations approved by the Electoral Commission

VOTER REGISTRATION MESSAGES

YOUTH AND ELECTIONS