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Health Topic : Blood Clots Associated With Sudden Death !

SUDDEN DEATH (Venous Thrombo Embolism) A man admitted into hospital following a road traffic accident appeared to be making an excellent recovery. He was well-known locally and was chatting heartily with visitors one afternoon but by dusk he had died suddenly. I observed this as a medical student and was shocked. I have since encountered similar cases involving relatives and ...

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Liberian Amnesty Stuffed into NDAA 2020

By Andrew R. Arthur on December 20, 2019 I am trying to mix my analyses of the good and the bad amendments in S. 1790, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (NDAA 2020). I recently wrote about the bad (codification of the heretofore administrative practice of “parole in place”) and the good (the removal of dangerous reporting ...

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USA Based Foundation adopts Schools In Anomabo, Ghana!

The Jemimah Noonoo Foundation adopts KG I and KG II at the Methodist Primary school, in Anomabo, Ghana. The Jemimah Noonoo Foundation provided free school supplies, and other provisions to 300 children Tuesday, January 14th at the Methodist Primary School in Anomabo. This is part of their “Bearing Gifts” initiative  which intends is to bring much needed resources to ...

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5 in custody over diversion of Peki SHS food items

Five persons are being held by the Volta Regional Police Command in connection with the alleged diversion of food items of Peki Senior High School in the South Dayi district to appease an auditor. The five include the driver who was initially arrested with the food items and the School’s bursar and an internal auditor of the Ghana Education Service ...

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Daily Graphic Editorial: Excuses for recklessness on our roads not spot on

The day has been described as Black Tuesday, the day on which at least 34 innocent people perished in yet another avoidable road accident. According to reports, 54 others suffered serious injuries in the carnage that occurred at Dompoase, near Elmina in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) municipality, in the wee hours of last Monday. That same spot, according to records, claimed ...

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NDC launches digital platforms to raise funds for campaign

The main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has launched a digital campaign aimed at getting members to help finance the party ahead of the December polls. Members of the party, according to the initiative, are required to download a special application on playstore on their mobile phones to enable them easily contribute. As part of the initiative, members of the ...

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Story of African slaves who fought White masters in slave ship and returned to Africa told

In 1730, a contingent of Black slaves who had been captured from different countries in Africa and put together in Little George Ship to be sent to Rhode Island in the USA fought the slave masters and moved the ship back to Africa. A news report by Face2FaceAfrica.com indicates that the ruthless ploy occurred on June 6, 1730, exactly five ...

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Gabby declined ‘blackmailers’ bid to release Mahama’s nude pictures – Kennedy Agyapong claims

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has revealed that former Director of the Danquah Institute, Gabby Asare Ochere-Darko declined an invitation to circulate naked pictures of former President John Dramani Mahama by some blackmailers. According to him, Mr Otchere Darko has to be commended for his decision not to accept and circulate the pictures, an action ...

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