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Ghana practices a local governance system that stems from central government formally ceding powers to Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) at the lower levels of governance.

Ghana practices a local governance system that stems from central government formally ceding powers to Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) at the lower levels of governance. Ghana’s contemporary advent on decentralization dates back to 1988 with the Local Government Law (PNDC Law 207). The aim of the 1988 Local Government Law was “to promote popular participation and ownership of the machinery of government by devolving power, competence and resource/means to the district
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