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Ghana: Aviation Authority Met With Delta Airlines Officials!

The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) on Monday met with officials of Delta Airlines in a bid to resolve complaints from passengers, stemming from flight delays, cancellations and poor customer service. The meeting, held at the GCAA Head Office, Accra, chaired by Air Commodore K-Mamphey (rtd), Director-General of the GCAA, was attended by senior Directors of the GCAA and two ...

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History Of Ghanaian Americans….Next Week-History of Ghanaians In Chicago

………..Are you aware the following are Ghanaian Americans……………….Mae Jemison(Astronaut), Bobby Rush and Kwame Raoul  ( Politicians) See More below. Ghanaian Americans are citizens of both the Republic of Ghana and the United States or who are of Ghanaian heritage or were born in Ghana or a person whose ancestors were Ghanaian and immigrated to the United States of America and children of Ghanaians ...

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Ghanaian Surgeons In North America Donate To Their Homeland

The Ghana Physicians and Surgeons Foundation (GPSF) of North America donates modern educational tool to the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons (GCPS) The Ghana Physicians and Surgeons Foundation (GPSF) of North America, the national organization for Ghanaian medical professionals in the United States and Canada, has sponsored a subscription to the world renowned online educational tool “UpToDate” for The ...

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Suspect Arrested In Philadelphia Area Medical Doctor Murder….

PHILADELPHIA — A suburban exterminator has been charged with strangling a young Philadelphia doctor found bound and burned in her downtown row home, police announced Thursday. Jason Smith, 36, was arrested Wednesday night at his home in Levittown, about 25 miles northeast of the city, homicide unit Capt. James Clark said at a news conference. Smith was charged with murder, ...

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CCFC spends 17.5million dollars in community development

The Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC), a non-governmental organization has spent 17.5 million Canadian dollars in community development in areas to help improve the standard of living for rural poor. Mrs. Gifty Akosua Baka, the Country Director of the CCFC who disclosed this on Wednesday during a press briefing, said the NGO since 2003, had been implementing various projects ...

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Ghanaians Busted In Sex Slaves Traffic.

Six members of a syndicate have been arrested for allegedly trafficking young Ghanaian women and men to work as house-helps and shop attendants in Gulf countries. Although the victims were promised attractive salaries of between $3,500 and $9,000 a month and free visas and tickets to those countries, some of them ended up being paid a paltry $100 a month. ...

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Ghana:Biometric Verification, the Constitution, and CI 75

In exercising the powers conferred on the Electoral Commission by Article 51 of the Constitution of Ghana, the Commission drafted the PUBLIC ELECTIONS REGULATIONS, 2012 (i.e., Constitutional Instrument 75). It was laid before Parliament on August 14, 2012, approved on September 26, 2012, and came into force on September 28, 2012: http://www.judicial.gov.gh/images/stories/File/C.I.%2075.pdf The illegality of voting without biometric verification, as ...

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Ghanaian Charged With Credit Card Fraud In Linden

LINDEN — Police arrested a Newark man who allegedly tried to pick up three laptop computers at Walmart on Tuesday that were purchased using fraudulent credit cards. Gabriel Agyapong was charged with attempted theft by deception and is being held on $2,500 bail. On Jan. 22 at 1:47 p.m., police were called to Walmart on West Edgar Road. A store employee ...

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