Monthly Archives: August 2016

Style Inspiration: See Long Flowing African Fashion Gowns That Have Gone Viral

We sat down to look over some of the gowns that have made viral history in the world of African fashion and decided to compile them just for you. Do remember that there are a lot more viral long gowns that came out recently, mostly from American proms, and they were on fire. Although it seems the proms might need ...

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Bawumia didn’t bribe EC officials – EC

Dr Mahamudu Bawumia did not bribe the two officials of the Electoral Commission (now dismissed) who verified his voter details “outside” a designated exhibition centre during the 21-day voter exhibition exercise, Director of Communications of the election management body Eric Dzakpasu has said. According to Mr Dzakpasu, the three-member committee which investigated allegations that the three-time vice presidential nominee of ...

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Government urged to raise money from municipal, district bonds

A financial analyst, Samuel Ampah, has advised the government to raise money by using municipal and district bonds since our current economic state is not that prudent. He said all government subventions should be cut so that these assemblies work efficiently for their revenue. In addition, the MMCEs and DCEs should be elected for them to be accountable to the ...

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Facebook gives users more control over what ads they see

Facebook on Tuesday unveiled two moves to protect its advertising revenue: It’s overriding ad blockers and giving consumers control over what kind of ads they see. If you use ad blocking software, the company will override that and start showing ads on the platform. But even while forcing those ads, Facebook will also give you more control over what ads ...

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Buhari to revamp ‘war against indiscipline’ brigade

Nigeria said Tuesday it is reviving a “war against indiscipline” campaign in a reincarnation of President Muhammadu Buhari’s strict social crusade when he served as military ruler over 30 years ago. Buhari initiated the so-called war against indiscipline brigade to tackle corruption and moral turpitude in the West African country after seizing power in a military coup in December 1983. ...

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China warns UK over Hinkley delay

Failing to go ahead with the Hinkley Point nuclear project could threaten China’s relationship with Britain, its ambassador to the UK has warned. Writing in the Financial Times, Liu Xiaoming said the delay to approving the plant had brought the two countries to a “crucial historical juncture”. He hinted that “mutual trust” could be in jeopardy if the UK Government ...

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Avoid provocative utterances – Apostle Amoani

Political parties and Ghanaians in general have been urged to avoid provocative utterances during the electioneering in order to ensure that peace prevailed before, during and after the 2016 presidential and parliamentary elections. Apostle Dr Stephen Kwame Amoani, the Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI), said the success or failure of the elections depended on all Ghanaians. “The ...

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Ghanafest 2016: Thumbs up for Chicago!

The Ghana National Council and its 13 affiliate organizations and the Ghanaian community in Chicago staged a showcase of Ghanaian culture, food, music and fashion in Chicago on Saturday July 31, 2016. The event was the most spectacular African cultural show in the disapora,Chicago’s Ghanafest. With pomp and pageantry the chiefs and queenmothers of the traditional organizations in Chicago adorn ...

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Joe Dodoo scores for Rangers

Ghanaian Rangers forward Joe Dodoo scored in his side 5-0 thrashing of Peterhead in the Scottish League Cup. Dodoo scored the fifth goal of the day to record a resounding victory against their opponents. The 21-year-old applauded his teammates for a great performance after tweeting. “Great win today buzzing to get another goal. Good performance from the lads. fans were ...

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Gifty Anti Reacts To ‘Fake Doctorate Degree’ allegation

Oheneyere Gifty Anti has reacted to media reports that she is one of the several prominent individuals in Ghana who have acquired doctorate degrees from unaccredited tertiary institutions. This allegation was leveled against her after researchers from the Valdosta State University, in Valdosta USA, drew the attention of Ghana’s Minister of Education to the number of prominent individuals in the ...

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