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|Society & You - Social Critic|
|Saturday, 21 April 2012 11:36|
Ghanaians are preparing for elections presidential [in] and parliamentary [in] to be held on 7 December 2012. Therefore, the community BloggingGhana [fr] has launched an initiative to teach social activists, political groups and students to use social media tools to monitor the elections and give information about them.
GhanaBlogging is a group of bloggers from Ghana and other countries [in] writing about Ghana.
Nana Sarpong, a radio journalist, writer and blogger Ghana, writes about the launch [es] of the initiative:
The logo of the project decide to Ghana. Image Source: Ghana Facebook page Decides.
Young voters showing their voter cards. Image source: Flickr account Decides Ghana.
Nana we still talking about the project [in]:
This video Youtube channel of Ghana Decides shows scenes from the voter registration exercise being carried out in Ghana:
Ghana Decides gives more information about the initiative # iRegistered [in]:
In the elections of December 2012 will face the two major political parties in Ghana: the National Democratic Congress (NDC), currently has the power, and the main opposition party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP).