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My husband slept with a bishop’s wife for money – Ghanaian woman reveals

Source: www.ghanaweb.com   Sleeping with another man’s wife knowingly or unknowingly attracts some curses or punishments but this becomes worse if the woman happens to be the wife of a man of God. A supposed wife of a popular Ghanaian Bishop has been exposed as a sex pervert who slept with the home tutor of her child. An anonymous Ghanaian woman ...

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World Health Organization Involvement In Medical Crime In Africa

Source:Joel Savage || Ghanaian-Belgian Journalist/ modernghana.com The mere mention of the name World Health Organization, brings satisfaction, comfort and hope to many in both developed and developing countries globally. For decades WHO directs, coordinates and responsible for providing solutions to global health matters, monitoring and assessing health trends within the United Nations. However, it seems in the past years, the ...

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*The Systematic Attempt To Silence Koku Anyidoho and To Intimidate NDC Executives into Culture of Silence.*

  By Kofi B. Kukubor Yesterday, 27th March, 2018, I wrote under the topic, Akuffo Addo’s Agenda for Koku Anyidoho. *How It Began* Intelligence gathered alleged that, on the night of 26th of March 2018, the Presidency instructed Maame Yaa Tiwa Addo-Danquah, to pick Koku Anyidoho at night so as to ruff him up and detain him on the blind ...

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GONE TOO SOON: A TRIBUTE TO DR. PROSPER YAO TSIKATA

Like a comet blazing across the evening sky, he was gone before we could gather our thoughts; Like a rainbow fading into the twilight, he disappeared before we could blink an eye; Like a star shining and sparkling, we lost him before his splendid light shone brightly on the horizon. He was just here shining and sparkling in thoughts But ...

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Open Letter: Seventh (7th) African Human Resources Leaders Conference Must Do Due Diligence

  We write to urge you withdraw “Dr.” Mrs. Bernice Anowa Welbeck as guest speaker at your upcoming African leadership conference slated for April 25-27 2018. Our request is informed by the following:   The title ascribed to Mrs. Bernice Welbeck is inaccurate. In addition, she is not an authority in the relevant field and should not be asked to ...

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JUST ONE ACT CAN CHANGE A DESTINY – by BEN DOTSEI MALOR

JUST ONE ACT CAN CHANGE A DESTINY – by BEN DOTSEI MALOR: I very nearly didn’t make it to Secondary School. My widowed mum, Torna (The Mother of Triplets,) was terribly scared of “college” and what it meant, in terms of money and fees. She also said my first choice, BIHECO in Kpando, was too far away from home – ...

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Ghana :will be the 37th State of Nigeria !

  Author: Ogyam Mensah A Nigerian friend of mine invited me to his birthday party last week at his posh residence in Accra. Tunde has been living in Ghana for the past 10 years and told me that he had no plans of returning to Nigeria. He said Ghana was his adopted home. I asked him what led to the ...

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Regions and regionalism in Ghana

Regions and regionalism in Ghana Stephen B Kendie (with Shaibu Bukari) Introduction The country Ghana currently has ten regions: the last region (the Upper West region) was carved out in 1983 from the then Upper Region (see figure 1). Following the campaign promises made by the New Patriotic Party in 2016 to create new regions if the party was voted ...

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