Joseph Wemakor returns to Metro TV ‘Morning Rush’ for third time to address human rights issues

Renowned human rights advocate and influential journalist, Joseph Kobla Wemakor, is slated to make his third appearance on the popular Metro TV “Morning Rush” show, where he will shine a spotlight on critical human rights issues affecting Ghanaians this time around, with a focus on Ghana’s ongoing toilet crisis. Wemakor, known for his passionate advocacy…

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Joseph Wemakor awarded by I BELIEVE GLOBAL for commitment to promoting gender equality

In recognition of his unwavering commitment to advocating for gender equality, Joseph Wemakor, the distinguished Program Chair for the International Conference on Gender Equality, has been honored with a Citation of Honor by the I Believe Global Women’s Empowerment Foundation. (I BELIEVE GLOBAL). This reputable organization, which is steadfast in its dedication to promoting social…

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Joseph Wemakor Takes the Lead as Program Chair for Ghana’s First International Conference on Gender Equality

In an era where the pursuit of gender equality has become a global imperative, Ghana is poised to make a significant contribution to this international discourse. Spearheading this movement is Joseph Kobla Wemakor, the executive director of Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) who has recently been appointed as the Program Chair for the first International…

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“Recent military coups in Africa should be wakeup-call to all Ghanaians to promote peace nationwide”-Joseph Wemakor

Founder and Executive Director of Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), Joseph Kobla Wemakor, has observed that the pattern of unconstitutional seizures of power in nearby nations offers a sobering reminder that peace should never be taken for granted. According to him, the recent wave of military coups across Africa should serve as a wake-up call…

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Joseph Wemakor appears on Metro TV ‘Morning Rush’ Show again to discuss human rights issues in Ghana

Prominent human rights advocate and journalist, Joseph Kobla Wemakor, is making his second appearance on the esteemed Metro TV ‘Morning Rush’ Show to deliberate on the pressing issues of human rights in Ghana. This follows his previous engaging discussion on the platform, which garnered significant public interest and discourse. Joseph Wemakor is laudable for his…

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Ministry of Sanitation builds toilet for 15-year-old typhoid patient following Human Rights Reporters’ Joseph Wemakor report

The Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) Sanitation and Water Project (SWP) under the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources has initiated a noble project to improve the quality of life for a 15-year-old patient combating typhoid fever. Prompted by a report cast by the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), the ministry has successfully constructed a…

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