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Afriquiyah Airlines ad Human Rights Abuse in Libya

Posted by Business in Ghana on October 19, 2010

By Georgette Djaba, Legal Eagle

Afriquiyah Airlines is owned by the Libyans.  Ghanaians love to fly with that airline because it is probably one of the cheapest from London to Accra and from Accra to London. They advertise extensively on our local radio stations here in London.   My younger brother, Henry Djaba  Junior and his girlfriend went to Tripoli on 4 August 2009 via that airline.  His story is in all the national and local newspapers here in London. If you google his name you will see what I mean. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Benefits of Dual Citizenship

Posted by Business in Ghana on September 21, 2008

By Maame Ama Djaba, BA Hons, LLB Hons, LLM, London

Dual citizenship or dual nationality refers to an individual being a citizen of two countries or a legal status by which a Ghanaian becomes a citizen of two countries. Dual citizens have two passports and essentially live and travel freely within their native and naturalised countries without immigration constraints.

According to Ghana’s Citizenship Act of 2000 which went into effect in July 2002, “A citizen of Ghana may hold the citizenship of any other country in addition to his citizenship of Ghana.” Citizens who lost their citizenship as a result of the previous law which proscribed dual citizenship can regain their Ghanaian citizenship by applying to the Ministry of Interior for reinstatement.

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