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Kobena Sekyi: Ghanaian lawyer who wore African cloth to court

– – Africans have been celebrating the decision of an educated elite who hailed from Ghana to wear only African cloth to court. William Esuman-Gwira Sekyi, popularly known as Kobena Sekyi was born in 1892 and died in 1956. He was an educated elite who vowed never to wear European clothing again until his death. Sekyi also became the first lawyer in the British colony (Gold coast) now Ghana to appear in court in a traditional African cloth. Kobena Sekyi, he was the only educated elite in Africa who vowed…

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Ghana and it’s mass law school exams failures

The legal profession is a noble one for many around the world and yearly Ghanaians both young and old aspire to gain admission into the country’s school of law. Although various institutions run law programs, to become a lawyer and be able to practice, one needs to gain admission first into the Ghana School of Law. But it is not that easy. The Ghana School of Law is the only institution mandated to train lawyers. The school is the only one that provides training for law graduates in the Barrister…

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