January 21, 2014
Posted by: Vibe Ghana
The Right to Information Coalition of Ghana has said it would engage professional organizations, religious bodies, educational institutions and traditional authorities to intensify sensitization on the bill.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), Ghana Medical Association, students and youth clubs in institutions would also be engaged to understand the principles underpinning the advocacy for RTI law that meets international standards.
Mrs. Ugonna Ukaigwe, a member of the RTI Coalition, told the Ghana News Agency in an interview in Accra said the bill when passed into law would ensure that government became accountable and transparent in its dealings with the public.
He said the bill, which is before Parliament, would help the governm