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August, 2017

  • 31 August

    GLC stabbed itself: our Disciplinary C’ttee proceedings are ALWAYS IN CAMERA

    The General Legal Council, the main regulatory body for the conduct and administration of legal education and profession in Ghana has said, its ‘Disciplinary Committee proceedings are ALWAYS IN CAMERA and under no circumstances should its proceedings be made public’. This was contained in a letter to Mr. Korsi Senyo …

  • 7 August

    General Legal Council hot as UNI, Korsi Senyo give five day ultimatum

    The General Legal Council of Ghana (GLC), the body that regulates legal profession in Ghana is under pressure to hear some petitions brought before it by a pressure group, United for National Interest and civil rights activist Emmanuel Korsi Senyo. According to some letters sighted by Awake News’ Britney Brown, …

  • 1 August

    Lawyer Sosu to lead human rights advocacy across Africa

    The embattled human rights lawyer, Mr. Francis-Xavier Sosu is set to go continental with his human rights advocacy. He has been appointed as the first President of a newly established continental human rights organization, Youth For Human Rights Africa, (YoHRA) headquartered in Accra-Ghana. YoHRA was established in New York during …

July, 2017

  • 30 July

    ‘I AM A SEED’ – Lawyer Sosu writes

    I AM A SEED God created me as a unit of reproduction of a flowering plant, capable of developing into many other seeds and plants. Burying me is a fruitless exercise. For God ordained the ground and the soil as a means of my multiplication and expansion. JESUS SAID “Very …

  • 27 July

    “General Legal Council misled Appeal Court on Sosu’s notice of appeal”

    Some close associates of reputed Human Rights Lawyer, Francis Xavier Sosu are accusing the General Legal Council of misleading the Court of Appeal. These associates are unhappy with the refusal of the Court of Appeal to hear the human rights lawyer’s appeal against the three-year ban imposed on him by …

  • 26 July

    Lawyer Sosu vrs General Legal Council: Appeals Court Declines Jurisdiction

    The Court of Appeal has declined jurisdiction in the case of renowned Human Rights Lawyer, Mr. Francis -Xavier Sosu. Delivering his ruling in an Application for Stay and/or suspension of the 3 years ban placed on Lawyer Sosu, the Court stated that even though it sympathizes with the Applicant, the …

  • 16 July

    Lawyer Sosu receives Humanitarian Award

    Ghana’s celebrated human rights and public interest lawyer, Francis-Xavier Sosu has been presented with Humanitarian Award by Marshal UK & The Vine Complex Ghana yesterday, Saturday July 15, 2017 in Accra. The award with inspiring citation was to motivate and honor the young human rights hero for his efforts in …

  • 2 July

    Remove Sam Okudzeto from GLC’s Disciplinary Committee – Group

    A group calling itself United for National Interest has lambasted a member of the General Legal Council and its Disciplinary Committee, lawyer Sam Okudzeto. The group is calling for his immediate resignation as a member of the legal council that slapped Human Rights lawyer, Francis Xavier Sosu with a 3-year …

June, 2017

  • 28 June

    Lawyer Sosu to Speak at Citizen’s Right and Responsibility at GIMPA

    Ghana’s celebrated and embattled human rights lawyer, Mr. Francis-Xavier Sosu is scheduled to speak at the Citizen’s Right and Responsibility Forum on July 1, 2017 at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) in Accra. The forum which is being organized by Time Masters Ghana will also feature Ace Broadcaster, …

  • 14 June

    United for National Interest to file a complaint against Lawyer Sam Okudzeto today

    From: Convener, United for National Interest (UNI) To: All Media Houses Subject: COMPLAINT – Professional Misconduct, RE: Lawyer Sam Okudzeto We wish to inform and invite the media to join us as we petition the General Legal Council on senior Lawyer Sam Okudzeto’s professional misconduct. We have carefully read through …