Togolese delegation visits CDD-Ghana
The delegation, led by its President, Felix Koku Aklavon said they chose to come to Ghana because of Ghana’s enviable democratic credentials in the sub-region, in addition to the transparency that characterize electoral administration in Ghana.
He said CDD-Ghana and CODEO have played critical roles in Ghana’s elections and hoped that the delegation can learn from Ghana’s rich experience.
Welcoming the delegation to the Center, the Head of Research and Programs at CDD, Mr. Franklin Oduro said Ghana and Togo have a lot in common apart from sharing a common boundary. “We need to find creative ways to work together for the good of our people,” he said.
The delegation will also pay study visits to the Electoral Commission of Ghana, the National Commission on Civic Education, (NCCE) and Joy F.M, a leading private radio station.