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Beware of the Devil Incarnates within the NPP

There are people who outwardly belong in the NPP but inwardly, are agents of the NDC. No, I should have said, they are purely the devil incarnates. They are iron wrought NDC faithful masqueraded as NPP saints only to come and cause confusion in the party. The ulterior motive behind their actions is to bring NPP to her knees permanently. ...

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Tech, telecom giants take sides as FCC proposes large public WiFi networks

The federal government wants to create super WiFi networks across the nation, so powerful and broad in reach that consumers could use them to make calls or surf the Internet without paying a cellphone bill every month. The proposal from the Federal Communications Commission has rattled the $178 billion wireless industry, which has launched a fierce lobbying effort to persuade ...

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Ghana: Doctors Separate Conjoined twins…After marathon surgery…both dead!

Dr Oheneba Owusu Danso, one of the 17 surgeons of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital who successfully separated a pair of Siamese twins born three months ago, says they are in a stable condition. Speaking on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show Wednesday, a day after the marathon surgery at the hospital on Tuesday, the doctor said the crucial part of ...

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Things to do today to help you sleep better, deeper and longer!

The key to a  good night’s rest is in the choices you make all day long. Add these six moves  to your daily routine today, and you’ll feel a real difference in how you wake  up tomorrow. 7 A.M.: Make your bed. Your mother was right—you should tidy up those  sheets: People who make their bed every day are 19 ...

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Chicagoans Dig Out In Bitter Cold

Many homeowners spent the day in the freezing cold, as they dug out from the blizzard that dumped 20.2 inches of snow on the area. As CBS 2’s Susanna Song reports, along side streets in the Beverly neighborhood, one lane was often plowed, but was far from thoroughly clean. Along the sides of the streets, lines of parked cars were ...

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New U.S. Department of Education Policies Hamper Black College Enrollment

ATLANTA — Ariadne Partlow dreamed of graduating Spelman College and moving on to medical school, but instead of studying biology this semester, she worked at a fast-food Chinese restaurant. The Jackson, Tenn., native was among thousands of students who unexpectedly either had to stay at home, transfer to a less expensive school or find new money when the U.S. Department ...

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You want to invest in Africa, no problem…..Homestrings is your sure bet!

Eric Guichard’s company Homestrings gives foreign investors and the African diaspora access to investment opportunities in Africa and other emerging markets. How we made it in Africa’s Dinfin Mulupi talked with Guichard, a Guinean-American who is the CEO of Homestrings, about the firm’s model and the opportunities on the continent. What inspired you to start Homestrings? I worked for six ...

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President Kufour’s Road Policy Hailed!

President Kufour

I dont bear anybody a grudge except the NDC evil voodoo developers who are ONLY interested in the Eastern Corridor–Tema -Akosombo- Asikuma -Hohoe- Damanko-Nkwanta-Bimbilla -Yendi–Kulungugu Road. They want to cut off Ashanti so they are not very much interested in the Central Corridor, Accra- Nsawam-Nkawkaw-Kumasi-Techiman Road, obviously the most trafficked highway in Ghana. Check up with the Ministry of Roads ...

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