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|Title:||THE ROLE OF WUAKU COMMISSION OF INQUIRY IN PEACE BUILDING PROCESS IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE MARCH 2002 RESURGENCE OF THE YENDI CHIEFTAINCY DISPUTE IN DAGBON|
|Abstract:||This research concentrates on the Wuaku Commission and therefore evaluates the contribution of the Wuaku Commission of Inquiry in the peace building process in the Dagbon Traditional Area. To achieve this, this research employed the use of research methods such as interviews, and also made used of secondary literature. This research further assessed similar Commissions of Inquiry all in an attempt to ensure durable and positive peace among the royal gates in Dagbon. The outcome of this research indicates public perception of the findings of the Wuaku Commission of Inquiry. Each gate and some of the stakeholders interviewed have indicated the fact that the appointing authority lacks the political will in implementing the recommendations. The Wuaku commission by itself was to some extent a success. This research underscores the significance of promptness in the presentation of report coupled with the political will to act and the limitation of partisan political interference as key in determining the independence and efficiency of Commissions of Inquiry.|
|Description:||MASTER OF SCIENCE IN DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Planning and Land Mangement|
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