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The story of the blind coconut seller

Source: Edem Mensah-Tsotorme, Victoria asiedu- Ofei Disability they say is not inability; it is against this backdrop that 52-year-old blind man has defied all odds to sell coconut to fend for his family. But, Samuel Kwesi Nyedu will not throw his hands in despair. Nyedu, a 52-year-old blind coconut seller manages to climb and pluck coconut from trees to sell. According ...

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Whispering Drums-By Sydney Casely-Hayford

Legend has it that some time in the past, a whiteman ruled our jungles, communicating with the lions, elephants and monkeys, swinging from the trees and branches and making his presence felt as he spoke to all the animals in the jungle telling them who their enemy was and alerting them in time to prevent their capture by their cohabitants, ...

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Oil exploration in Keta Basin faces legal hurdles

  Source: goldstreetbusiness.com/ Plans to prospect for and drill oil in the Keta Delta Block may not be coming on soon as two organisations: Centre for Natural Resource and Environmental Management of Tema and Keta District Vegetable Farmers and Marketers Association of Anloga are challenging the government and the block owners as to the proprietary of such an action. In a ...

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George Weah: can he score for the people of Liberia?

George Weah, one of the greatest African football players of all time, and 1995 FIFA football player of the year was recently elected President of Liberia. This means that after exhilarating millions with some of the greatest goals of all time, George Weah now has the power to create impactful laws that will improve the lives of millions more. Within ...

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PROMOTING CULTURE THROUGH THE LANGUAGE AND VISE VERSA

Following the African Union (AU) and Pan African Writers Association (PAWA) Conference in Accra, Ghana a couple of weeks ago, the AU in collaboration with the African Academy of Languages (ACALAN) followed up with a workshop in Niamey, Niger on three vehicular cross-border languages Ewe, Songhay and Soninke. In promoting cross-border languages, ACALAN sets up commissions made up of countries ...

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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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Takoradi fashion designer slashes his own throat over ‘broken heart’ !

News reaching MYNEWSGH.com from Takoradi in the Western Region indicates that a young man of 38 years of age has slashed his own throat to death at New Site, an area around Takoradi Poly, over what is believed to be ‘broken heart’. He was allegedly jilted by his girlfriend. The young man has been identified as Kwame Ntiako Aboagye and ...

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