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Since the inception of the Fourth Republican Constitution, a constitutional body like the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has been time and again deprived of the needed funds and logistics to discharge its duty of educating Ghanaians on their civic and political duties and responsibilities.
NCCE's woes come to the national attention every four years when we go to the polls. It is often lambasted for poor political educational programmes or the lack of them, especially when voters appear not to be understanding the voting procedure after 16 years of constitutional democracy.
What Ghanaians have failed to appreciate is the apparent failure of …