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Meghan Markle reportedly finds certain royal rules ‘frustrating’ to understand

Meghan Markle has said that she knew joining the royal family would bring about some serious changes in her life, but the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex is reportedly still baffled by some of the royal rules. “She has found certain rules in the royal household difficult to understand, like the fact that the Queen prefers women in dresses or skirts ...

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DANA RICE not a registered product in Ghana -FDA

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) says it has not registered any product with the name DANA RICE, which is purported to have been imported from Pakistan.Preliminary investigations and Market Surveillance so far conducted by the FDA indicated that the product; with a claim that the rice is infested with a virus is not on the Ghanaian market. A press ...

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Bono-Ahafo MDCEs schooled on conflict resolution

                                                                              Reverend Amo Darko urged MDCEs not to focus only on the development of their areas but also channel efforts into conflict ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Charlotte Osei’s standard and Akufo-Addo’s double standard!

Dear President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, I know you are a very busy man so I will go straight to my reason for this letter without wasting any time on pleasantries. Besides your tight schedule, I have learnt from our elders that a medicine man called to save a dying child does not exchange greetings on arrival. Our nation is ...

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White woman kills Ghanaian husband over cat-pepper soup

Magistrate court in Texas have charged an American woman , 42 with man slaughter. Princess J.Morrison,  murdered his Ghanaian husband in their home. The widow shot her husband after he killed the family cat for pepper soup. In one social media post, it claims Princess confirmed the unfortunate ordeal he metted to her husband ‘Morrison admitted she shot her husband ...

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Long Work Hours Tied to Higher Diabetes Risk in Women

Association not seen in men who worked 45+ hours in a week by Kristen Monaco, Staff Writer, MedPage Today Women who work long hours may be at a heightened risk for diabetes, a new study found. Specifically, those who worked ≥45 hours in 1 week reported a significantly higher risk for developing incident diabetes compared with women who worked 35-40 hours each ...

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GHANA-THAILAND GREAT RESCUE: WHAT LESSONS?

The successful rescue of the 12 Thai soccer boys and their ex-monk coach has gripped the world. This was a magnificent story on all counts – a story worthy of a Hollywood thriller. CAN THIS HAPPEN IN GHANA? It’s a story with lessons in resilience, never giving up, and doing everything you can – mentally, physically, and spiritually – to ...

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My suicide threat was a stunt – Former AIDS ambassador

Troubled former AIDS ambassador for the Ghana AIDS Commission, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah who issued what was considered a suicide note on Saturday, now says she faked it to protect her children in school. Dzidzor had bid a final ‘farewell’ to this world of troubles ahead of what she said was going to be her final interview on earth at 3FM, ...

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