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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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Ghana Physicians and Surgeons Foundation Donate

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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Encyclopedia of Chicago: Entry Ghanaians.

When Ghana, the West African nation formerly known as the Gold Coast, achieved its independence in 1957, the number of Ghanaians living in the Chicago area was small. During the following four decades, however, Chicago’s Ghanaian community grew to between 10,000 and 15,000 people. The first wave of immigration came in the 1970s; opposition to military coups and other undemocratic ...

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Hillary Wards Off Republican Attack During Bengazi Hearing By The USA Senate…

WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton got testy on Capitol Hill Wednesday in response to a query from Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who called into question her department’s accounting of the Sept. 11, 2012, attack in Benghazi, Libya.Facing expected scrutiny from Republicans during her testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Clinton appeared to take exception to Johnson’s pointed ...

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A Cure For HIV/AIDS Found In Ghana?……….

……Meanwhile….Australian scientists are working on a possible cure for the  deadly disease. In what could turn out to be the biggest medical breakthrough in the 21st century, a 46-year-old Ghanaian, Mr Samuel Ato Duncan, has developed a drug he says has the potential to treat HIV/AIDS and other blood related diseases. HIV/AIDS has ravaged mankind for decades, killing 30 million ...

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