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Ghana has barely seven months to go to the polls for her presidential and parliamentary elections. Even in the face of the deadly world pandemic of the novel coronavirus, the discussion is not lost on many political actors on the need for the election.

Last week could best be described as the "Market Week" for the nation's judiciary, gallivanting from its own corridors to the legislative house, shredding dreams and aspirations of some people, putting party big wigs behind bars, liberating some and increasing its own numbers at the apex court while reducing the numbers at bar.

The idea of using a face mask is to complement the personal preventive etiquette in place to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country.

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