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Author: Sedinam Botwe

Sedinam Botwe is a final year law student at the University of Ghana, Legon who actively enjoys writing and research. She has a blog of her own where she discusses seemingly ordinary life situations and their not so obvious legal implications.

This Advertisement has been Vetted and Approved by the FDA (2)

October 24, 2019

The FDA, in its vetting process for advertisements for pre-packaged foods, pays particular attention to whether the advertisement derides (directly or indirectly)other products which it is in competition with, whether the advertisement imitates other advertisements and whether the claims made in the advertisement are complete, truthful and substantiated.[1] It is also worth mentioning that the Guidelines require advertisements for […]

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“This Advertisement has been Vetted and Approved by the FDA.” (1)

October 21, 2019

These days, it seems as if every advertisement aired on television or radio has a voice at the end saying, “This advertisement has been vetted and approved by the FDA;” even on billboards  all around town and in the print media, this statement is present. Here’s the thing you should note: it’s not all advertisements that […]

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Brief Overview of Ghana’s Advertising Council Bill

September 23, 2019

I have been fascinated with television advertisements for as long as I can remember. As a child, it was my dream to be in one of the advertisement for popular brands, just like Miriam, the little girl in my school who did a very popular advert for one of the milk brands, and became a […]

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