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Africa World Airlines engineer shot dead at Oda

Source: Starrfmonline.com An engineer with Africa World Airlines Prince Kwabena Kumi has been shot dead in a bush near a Police checkpoint at Akyem Oda in the Eastern region. The body was discovered after a search was mounted by his family who had gone days without hearing from him. According to the family, there were marks of assault on the ...

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Visas of ‘fake’ journalists have been cancelled – Australian High Commission

Source: 3news.com The Australian High Commission in Ghana has confirmed that ‘fake’ journalists who went for the ongoing Commonwealth Games from Ghana are due for deportation. “The Australian Border Force (ABF) has cancelled the visas of several dozen travellers from a variety of countries, including Ghana, who attempted to travel to Australia posing illegitimately as journalists, athletes or officials,” the ...

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Undeliverable Permanent Resident and Employment Authorization Cards and Travel Documents to be Destroyed After 60 Days

Starting April 2, USCIS will destroy Permanent Resident Cards, Employment Authorization Cards and Travel Documents returned as undeliverable by the U.S. Postal Service after 60 business days if USCIS is not contacted by the document’s intended recipient to provide the correct address. USCIS encourages applicants to report a change of address within 10 days of relocation using the procedures outlined ...

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Pope Francis wants to change ‘Lord’s Prayer’ Because Jesus Was ‘Wrong’

Source: amredeemed.com The Lord’s prayer is spoken by the majority of the world’s 2.2billion Christians, and is cited by the bible as the way Jesus taught his disciples to pray. However Pope Francis has argued the Italian – and indeed the English translation – go against the teachings of the church.   In the much-recited prayer, followers of the faith call ...

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Meet Ghanaian inventor who has built a pesticide helicopter to aid farming

Source: www.ghanaweb.com Having a vision to revolutionise agriculture in Ghana, young inventor Salifu Mohammed has built a prototype or miniature pesticide helicopter to help with cleaning and farming. According to Mr. Mohammed, “the helicopter when fully constructed will be used to spray about thousands of kilometers of farmland within a short time”. This he stressed will cover the several amount ...

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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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