Silencing the Watchdog: Press Freedom in Ghana on the Decline
Immanuel Obeng-Akrofi

Holds a Political Science background from the University of Ghana, and currently works as a Social Media Research consultant.

He is an active blogger on politics, elections and governance in Africa, passionate about social media and its applications in building bridges between academia and practice.
With a background in democracy, elections and governance, he uses his experience and expertise to help readers understand what's happening in this ever-changing continent through social media.

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