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TWELVE MEMBER BENIN APRM COMMISSION CALLS ON NAPRM-GC PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cornelia Amoah (PAO)   
Thursday, 05 March 2009 08:35
Members from Benin in a round Table discussion with NAPRM-GC members A 12-member APRM Commission from the Republic of Benin, on Monday January 12, 2009 paid a courtesy call on Ghana’s Peer Review Mechanism Governing Council at the Council’s Secretariat in Accra.

The Commission, led by its President Madam do Rego Bernadine and Vice President Monsieur Batoko Ousmane were in Ghana to tap knowledge and ideas on the APRM.

The chairman of Ghana’s Governing Council, Rev. Prof. S.K. Adjepong welcomed Benin’s Commission. He recounted the emphasis President Yayi Boni of Benin placed on experience sharing and collaboration during discussions with the NAPRM-GC at a summit in Benin last year. The chairman added that collaboration is a key aspect of the process because one of the goals of the APRM is the fostering of regional integration.

Members from Benin in a round Table discussion with NAPRM-GC members The President of Benin’s Commission, Madam Bernadine thanked the NAPRM-GC for all the work done since the inception of the APRM.  She said the 12-member Commission is very anxious to learn from Ghana’s wealth of experience and gave the assurance that the Commission will also share with other countries the rich knowledge it would acquire.

Rev. Prof. Adjepong commended Benin, the second French-speaking country to accede to the APRM, and added that as the country is the only Member -State of the sub-region hat has actively implemented all the ECOWAS  protocols, there  is no doubt that Benin will do the same with the APRM.

Last Updated on Monday, 09 March 2009 08:46
 
NAPRM-GOVERNING COUNCIL PRESENTS TO PRESIDENT J.A. KUFOUR, THE 2007 GERMAN/AFRICA AWARD WON BY DR. FRANCIS APPIAH PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cornelia Amoah (PAO)   
Thursday, 05 March 2009 08:57

, Dr. Francis Appiah  presenting Award to President J.A. KufourTHE 2007 German Africa Prize, won by the Executive Secretary of the National African Peer Review Mechanism Governing Council, Dr. Francis Appiah has been presented to President J.A. Kufour at his office at the Osu Castle.

The Chairman of the Governing Council, Rev. Prof. S.K. Adjepong and some members of the Council accompanied Dr. Francis Appiah to present the statuette and the accompanying citation to President J.A. Kufour. They thanked his Excellency for giving the Governing Council and the Secretariat the opportunity to serve Ghana and Africa.

President Kufour expressed his appreciation and congratulated Dr. Francis Appiah as well as members of the Governing Council and the secretariat for committing themselves to the effective public education on the principles of the African Peer Review Mechanism.

The 2007 German/ Africa  Prize, sponsored by the German/Africa Foundation is presented yearly to exceptional personalities from Africa  who have contributed substantially to peace, stability, democracy, human rights and the social market economy in Africa.Some Members of the NAPRM-GC and Prez. J. A. Kufour

It was presented to Dr. Francis Appiah in Berlin, by German Chancellor Angela Merkel who in her commendation, remarked that through Ghana’s efforts, more countries are now willing to use the African Peer Review Mechanism to put the politics and governance of their countries to the test.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 March 2009 09:32
 
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