Monthly Archives: August 2016

5 Reasons That Walking Is the Best Meditation

As a health and well-being writer, I am constantly searching for ways that people incorporate meditation into their lives in a practical way. By now we’ve all heard of the benefits of meditation — it can lower stress and anxiety, improve immune function, and decrease pain. Now recently, scientists are even telling us it can increase grey matter in the ...

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Wesley Girls alum graduates as medical doctor with record 12 awards

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology School of Medical Sciences graduation saw a young lady sweep 12 out of 15 awards shattering the initial record which was 8 out of 15. Fathia Ayodele Kareem, an alum of the Wesley Girls High School, was sworn in today [Saturday] as a medical doctor where she picked up the dozen prizes ...

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EC warned against ending Continuous Voters’ Registration exercise

The Vice Chairman of the Subsidiary Legislation Committee of Parliament has cautioned the Electoral Commission (EC) against plans to end the Continuous Voter Registration Exercise on Saturday, August 27. Kofi Osei Ameyaw says it would be a violation of the country’s Electoral Laws. The exercise, which is aimed at providing eligible voters, the opportunity to either register anew, or get ...

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15 Qualities Men Secretly Crave in their Woman!

Wondering what makes a girl desirable and oh-so-awesome in a guy’s eyes? If you have these 15 qualities in you, you’re definitely more than just hot stuff! Reading a man’s mind isn’t easy when you’re a woman. Men seem to be thinking something, and yet, we say we’ve got nothing on our minds. Men tell you you’re perfect just the ...

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Parliament recalled to consider Mahama’s impeachment motion

Members of Parliament (MP) have been recalled to consider a motion seeking to impeach President John Mahama for accepting a ford Expedition vehicle as a gift from a Burkinabe contractor. An investigative report by Joy News’ Manasseh Awuni Azure quotes Mr Kanazoe confirm giving the vehicle to the President through Ghana’s Ambassador to Burkina Faso. Djibril Kanazoe who describes the ...

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We’re Not Harassing ‘Trotro’ Drivers – Police

Claims of police harassment and intimidation of drivers of public transport in the Ashaiman municipality are false, DSP Seth Tay, Ashaiman Divisional Police Commander, has denied. Some ‘trotro’ drivers had, during a special edition of Ghana Yensom, Accra 100.5FM’s morning show – which was broadcast from the Ashaiman Lorry Station on Friday August 26 – complained to show host Chief ...

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Nat’l Accreditation Board lists 3 non-accredited universities

The National Accreditation Board (NAB) has raised concerns as regards the operation of some non-accredited tertiary institutions in Ghana. According to the Board, Alpha College of Technology, which operates at the Accra Academy campus and Oyarifa, together with RAMA University, which operates at Ring Road Accra, and Swiss Management Centre are not recognized by the Board and therefore should cease ...

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Facebook brings back vertical videos in mobile news feed

First autoplay sound, now vertical video — the world’s largest social network is recasting how video should be consumed on its own platforms.Facebook will now more completely display a vertically-formatted video in the news feeds of iOS and Android users, Marketing Land reported. Instead of cropping them into squares (1:1), vertical videos will appear in a 2:3 ratio. The update ...

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If NPP says one, NDC will say two – Veep

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has said the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) will respond to the New Patriotic Party’s accusations in equal measure as the December 7 elections approach. Speaking at the launch of the party’s Central regional campaign at Agona Swedru, Mr Amissah-Arthur accused the NPP of constantly attacking and leveling allegations against President John Mahama. He cited opposition ...

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Boko Haram victims face neglect and isolation

Women and children associated with Boko Harm are now facing isolation and neglect from their own communities in Nigeria. The victims include children and wives of Boko Haram militants whose fathers and husbands were either killed or have disappeared following the ongoing crackdown on the militant group in Nigeria. They have been insulted and their lives threatened. Fatima Salisu, wife ...

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