30 September 2015 (70th Session) Statement Summary: JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA, President of Ghana, said that his country had not been among the 51 nations who had convened in San Francisco in April 1945 because it had taken another 22 years for..
Ghana’s new Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Martha Ama Akyaa Pobee has underscored the strategic importance of the Ghanaian Diaspora in the nation’s development and assured them of more collaboration in getting t..
25 September 2014 (69th Session) Statement Summary: JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA, President of Ghana, said that Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the three countries most affected by the Ebola outbreak, had been struggling to rebuild their social and..
26 September 2013 (68th Session) Statement Summary: JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA, President of Ghana, strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Kenya and remembered Kofi Awoonor, a Ghanaian poet, professor and former civil servant killed during the as..
When the students of Our Lady of Lebanon School in Rmeish first heard about it, “they were shocked.” They “refused” being taught English by UNIFIL’s Ghanaian teachers, their English language teacher, Sana Aoun, po..