Monthly Archives: June 2014

THE POWER OF PRAYER

Yet regard the prayer of your servant and his supplication, O LORD my God, and listen to the cry and the prayer which your servant is praying before you. 2 Chronicles 6:19 Faith is released through prayer. Prayer is like pressing on the accelerator of a car. Normally, there are several processes for starting a car. First, you have to ...

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22 Things you should stop feeling guilty about

1. Being single. Despite what Facebook or your mother may lead you to believe, there is no law against being single. Go be your ***flawless self and enjoy all the great stuff you have — and getting to take up your whole queen bed by yourself. 2. Saying no to plans with someone.Everyone needs alone time to recharge and get some ...

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Ghanaians advised to participate in national referendum

A member of the Constitution Review Implementation Committee (CRIC) and a Legislative Drafting Consultant, Mrs Estelle Appiah, has advised Ghanaians to actively participate in the upcoming national referendum. The referendum, which will be organised jointly with the district and metropolitan assemblies, follows a recommendation by the CRIC. Mrs Appiah was speaking at the Central Regional stakeholders briefing of the work ...

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First Android wear ‘watches go on sale

Google has announced the first smartwatches powered by its Android Wear operating system are now available for pre-order. The LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live – both featuring rectangular screens – mark an attempt to standardise the way Android wearable devices function. Google said that Motorola’s circular Moto 360 would not be released until “later this summer”. Analysts say ...

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BECE Ends Successfully

The 2014Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) started and ended successfully in the Twifo Atti-Morkwa District of Central region. In all there were six (6) examination centres under the jurisdiction of the Twifo Atti-Morkwa District Education Service headed by Madam Enyonam Afi Amefuga. A total of One Thousand Four Hundred and Thirty-five (1,435) candidates registered for the examination. These were made ...

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Lack of funds affecting quality of food – Coordinator

The management of the Ghana School Feeding Programme has indicated it cannot guarantee the quality and quantity of food being fed to school children under the programme because they caterers are not being paid for their services. The Programme currently owes about 5,000 caterers over GHC 100 million for the 2013/2014 academic year. Speaking to Citi News, the National Coordinator of ...

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