Monthly Archives: August 2015

Elected MMDCEs will ‘sabotage’ governments – Prof Ahwoi

A local government analyst, Professor Kwamena Ahwoi, has downplayed calls for Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCE) to be elected saying it will further deepen disunity at the grassroots. Speaking at the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) forum on assessing the effectiveness of the district assembly concept, the former local government and rural development minister believes electing the ...

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Street style look for the plus size woman

Its no news that selecting styles for plus size women is not an easy task, selecting clothes can be a bit challenging especially when trying to get the best outfit that doesn’t look heavy and fit well. There are several popular outfits that a plus size woman can rock with ease, the trick is to find the right style and ...

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Okyeman Cultural Association Of Toronto Holds Its Annual Picnic

The Okyeman Cultural Association of Toronto has hosted its annual barbeque and picnic at G. ROSS Park at the intersection of Dufferin Street and Steeles Avenue also in Toronto. The picnic which attracted a large number of friends, children and members of Okyeman was full of fun and there was plenty to eat and drink. The Managing Director of Sobbies ...

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Nyantakyi re-elected GFA president

The (Extraordinary) Congress returned him unopposed for a new four-year mandate, as he was the only qualified candidate for the election. According to Article 28.7 of the Ghana FA Statutes, Congress will duly return the 47-year-old lawyer unopposed. This was the second successive time Nyantakyi, owner of Ghana Premier League side Wa All Stars, was entering the Ghana Football Association ...

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KATH seperates 3rd siamese twins, one survives

Normally referred to as “nsuoba” (baby of deities – usually made up of any newborn with congenital deformities and with special needs may not look “normal”), they are most often sacrificed to the gods or deities and left to die in the forest or by water bodies in this part of the world. Their mother calls them Nhyiraba (daughter of ...

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I went into coma for 3 days – Kunta Kinte of Bradez

Six years after he suffered mild stroke which took him away from the music scene, Kunta Kinte, the other half of Bradez is bouncing back with his new single titled ‘Resurrection of Kunta.’ In an interview with Flex newspaper about his return to active music, he said; “My come back into the music industry wouldn’t be that difficult as people ...

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Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza being sworn in

Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza is being sworn in for a controversial third term in office. The BBC’s Prime Ndikumagenge in Burundi says the ceremony has come as a surprise as Mr Nkurunziza had been expected to be sworn in next week. At least 100 people have been killed since Mr Nkurunziza announced in April he would run for a third ...

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Doctors’ deadline to end strike expires today

The grace period given to the striking doctors to call off their strike ends today [Thursday]. Government had earlier given the public sector doctors today to call off their strike and return to work or be considered to have breached the labour laws. The Minster of Health, Alex Segbefia at a recently press conference said:“Effective Thursday, 20th August, 2015 all members ...

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Bailout package approved for Greece

European bailout fund supervisors on Wednesday approved the release of billions of euros to help rebuild Greece’s devastated economy just as a new debt payment looms. The move — a virtual formality — came after Germany’s parliament approved the bailout package, along with the assemblies of other creditor nations, removing a big hurdle to release the new loans. The European ...

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NPP’s call for new voter register is too late

Head of Media and Communication Studies at the Pentecost University, Dr. Frankie Asare-Donkor says calls by the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) for new voter registration has come at the wrong time. At a news conference Tuesday, NPP’s running mate, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia alleged that 76,000 names of Togolese nationals who are registered to vote in their country can be ...

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