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I ought to lead rebel movement today as 10 years of Disabled Act

I ought to lead rebel movement today as 10 years of Disabled Act 1975(2006) has not fully adopted into implementation by the incompetent Mahama’s administration.

The program was under heavy policemen, because the ruling Administration had hidden fear in their stomachs.

Below are lies made by the gender minister nana oye lithur at a conference for people with disabilities today

Before the end of September Ghana would have a standard code in construction of public buildings…

Govt has mainstreamed disability issue into the social protection policy.

The President of Ghana has instituted a easter party for PWDs

The increase in 2% common fund to 3%

Amendments of the Disability. Act to conform with the times and seasons. ..

Ghana household registry to collate data on PWDs

Govt is committed in protecting PWDs. implementating the provisions of the Act… Regional offices to be established for PWDs

The hon minister is cutting the tape for the launch of the campaign for disabilities friendly public places. ….

The Minister Nana Oye Lither really love disabled.

Public places meant to facilitate accessible for physically challenged

The program today was under heavy armed of Policemen. The ruling administration of NDC is knowing that Disability are not stupid anymore since they have not fully adopted Disability Act 175 of 2006. This is totally crook and deception of the government, the program was divided into two groups in order to avoid threaten from disability. One was celebrated at the Ministry of Gender, Childrem and Social protection compound while the another was celebrated at where disabilities were asked to march under lousy rain to the ministry

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