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Ghanaian undergraduate student drowns in USA

Source: Solomon Owusu A Ghanaian undergraduate student, Francis Adusei Manu, at Colorado School of Mines (CSM), USA passed on Wednesday, June 21, during the school’s organized field session. He was a final year student pursuing BSc in Petroleum Engineering. Francis planned to graduate in December this year. He was drowned in a reservoir (Lake) close to Utah around 5pm and ...

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Brazilian President Michel Temer charged with corruption

Brazilian President Michel Temer has been charged with accepting bribes by the country’s chief prosecutor. He is accused of receiving money from the boss of a giant meat packing firm implicated in a corruption scandal. Mr Temer, however denies any wrongdoing. The charges have been delivered to a Supreme Court judge who must now decide if the case can be ...

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Ghanaian Catholics in Chicago donate $10,000 to church in Ghana

The Ghanaian Catholic Community at the St. Malachy+Precious Blood Parish in Chicago, USA, have donated $10,000 to the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference (GCBC) to support the Catholic University College of Ghana (CUCG) at Fiapre near Sunyani and some designated Orphanages in the Country. Making the Presentation at a ceremony at the National Catholic Secretariat in Accra on Friday, June 16, ...

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Towing and Road Service on the Tollway

If requested, the Tollway can dispatch an authorized company to provide road service. Motorists have the option to call any tow company and are not required to use Tollway-authorized companies unless their vehicle is blocking a live traffic lane or is in an unsafe location. Illinois State Police District 15 can order these vehicles to be immediately towed. Motorists are ...

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H.E.L.P. on the Illinois Tollway

Drivers dialing *999 for roadway assistance will be served by new white and red H.E.L.P. trucks. In an effort to improve service to our customers, the Tollway launched the H.E.L.P. Truck Tracker to help drivers who have requested roadside assistance to identify where trucks are along the road and when they are headed in their direction.The Tracker is active during ...

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2017 Father’s Day Celebrations In Chicago

Chicago Illinois June 18 2017 : On June 19, 1910, a Father’s Day celebration was held at the YMCA in Spokane, Washington by Sonora Smart Dodd. Her father, the civil war veteran William Jackson Smart, was a single parent who raised his six children there. Since then the celebration of Father’s Day has Globalized. Members of the Ghanaian Community in ...

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Outdooring of Enaya Mawuraa Achiaa Appiah in Chicago !

Saturday June 17 2017, Chicago IL : As expected the hall at 83rd and Ellis Community center was filled with over 400 revelers as members of the Ghanaian Chicago community came in their numbers to support Ohemaa Abena Amponsah-Obaaku, Asantefuohemaa of Chicago. . The occasion was the outdooring of her first granddaughter, Enaya Mawuraa Achiaa Appiah. The parents are Edmond ...

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Ghanaian Nurse Earns Excellence Award At Stroger Hospital.

June 16th 2017 Stroger hospital, Chicago Illinois: Mrs.Rosemary Fixon-Williams, a Ghanaian immigrant Registered Professional Nurse at Stroger Hospital of Cook County, Chicago , won the recognition of the hospital administration when she was handed the clinical excellence award .The Award honors the compassionate and skillful care nurses give every day to their patients and families. She was the only African ...

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