Monthly Archives: December 2015

Load shedding eases as power supply meets demand- GRIDco

Bulk power distributor Ghana Grid Company has indicated that the current load shedding has been suspended because power producers are now generating enough power to meet the nation’s demand. This comes just three days to the end of the year which Power minister Dr Kwabena Donkor promised load shedding would end. The minister promised he would resign at the end ...

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Wisa appears in court today over indecent exposure

Hiplife artiste Wisa is expected to appear in court today [Wednesday] for publicly exposing his genitals to a live audience. Wisa Greid was granted bail over the weekend after he was arrested by the police for exposing his genitals on stage at Citi FM’s Christmas Eve concert, Decemba 2 Remember, at the Accra International Conference Center. Born Eugene Ashie, Wisa, ...

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Fiifi Kwetey wins Ketu South NDC primary massively

Incumbent Member of Parliament for the Ketu South Constituency, Fiifi Kwetey, has been re-elected to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2016 parliamentary polls for the second time. In the delayed primary which was held on Tuesday December 29, the Minister of Food and Agriculture won by landslide polling 14, 610 of the total votes cast. His closest ...

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Paris attacks: IS commanders ‘killed in US-led strikes’

Targeted US-led coalition air strikes have killed 10 Islamic State commanders in Iraq and Syria in the past month, a US military spokesman has said. Some were linked to last month’s attacks in Paris and planning further attacks on the West, US Army Colonel Steve Warren added. He named one as Charaffe al-Mouadan, who he said had a direct link ...

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State of the Ghanaian child in 2015: The untold story

All children have the right to be safe and to receive love, care and support. Children also have the right to receive the services they need to enable them succeed in life. Parents have the primary responsibility to raise their children, and ensure that these rights are upheld. The best way to protect children is to prevent child abuse and neglect ...

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Mahama attends inauguration of new Burkinabe President –

President John Dramani Mahama will this morning lead a delegation to the inauguration of the President-elect of Burkina Faso, Roch Marc Christian Kabore. A former Prime Minister of Burkina Faso, the 58-year old Christian Kabore was elected in November 2015 as part of transitional arrangements put in place by the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government during the ...

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TOP 10 TIPS ON HOW TO OVERCOME STRESS

Everyone gets stressed sometimes and it’s a perfectly natural reaction that most people cope with just fine. For some people, though, stress can get on top of them and then that can lead to more serious medical problems. What you should definitely not do, is turn to artificial aids to cope with stress, like drinking or smoking. Stress can be ...

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‘NDP set for serious business in 2016’ – Chairman

The newly elected Northern Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Party (NDP), has pledged to work with zeal to substantially increase the party’s share of votes in the region, in the 2016 polls. This was revealed at the party’s regional conference held in Tamale. Other officers elected included Jibril Bawa Mohammed, First Vice Chairman; Adam Rukaya, Second Vice Chairman; Mohammed Abdulai ...

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Christmas is no sin

But that doesn’t matter. Whether their motives are false or genuine, the message about Christ is being preached either way, so I rejoice. And I will continue to rejoice.’ – Phil 1: 18-19 The celebration of Christmas is no evil as Satan may want to make it believed. Christmas is that season of togetherness for loved ones long seen or ...

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HERE IS WHY YOU SHOULD HOLD HANDS MORE WITH YOUR PARTNER

Human beings crave physical contact and, whether it is through a huge bear hug, the interlinking of hands, or something more intimate, physical contact with the people we love makes us feel safe, content and it builds stronger bonds. Holding hands also reduces stress, so it is good for your blood pressure and your heart too. Apart from anything else, ...

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