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The Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) held a forum last Friday in Accra for its Ghanaian partners to engage them on the various developmental projects that they have embarked upon and the ones which they are currently handling.

The aim of the forum, according to the Law, Justice, and Human Rights Programme Manager of OSIWA, Ms. Afia Asantewaa Asare-Kyei, was to create an opportunity for the partners to have a direct encounter with the OSIWA representatives, and to deliberate on issues concerning their projects in Ghana.

The forum was also to enlighten the OSIWA representatives on the shortcomings (if there were any) of the projects undertaken by their partners, and to find solutions to them.

Read more: OSIWA Engages Ghanaian Partners...Says Ghana’s Prospect Brighter

A law expert on Tuesday called for a review of the Petroleum Revenue Management Act (PRMA) 2011(Act 815), for best practices, efficient and judicious management of the oil and gas resources.

Mr Augustine Niber, Executive Director of Center for Public Interest Law, who made the call, underscored the value of the Act, and stressed that if not reviewed, the PRMA could hit an implementation snag.

He was speaking at a National Multi-Stakeholder Conference on Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), organized in Accra to discuss ways of improving the PRMA.

Read more: Review PRMA-Law Expert

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