Monthly Archives: October 2016

7 Signs you’re meant to be single

Have you ever found yourself wondering what exactly is so appealing about being in a relationship in the first place? Once the initial butterflies quit fluttering and that can’t-keep-your-hands-off-one-another feeling fades, it’s clear to see that some people — no matter how romantically inclined or sexually attracted they may be — just aren’t really the relationship type. And obviously, that’s ...

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Here’s why I’m voting for Trump – Malik Obama

I am back in the US and will be voting for Mr. Trump early next week in Maryland. My [half] brother Barack Obama is a big disappointment. Why did he not come home to Kogelo [the family village] on his visit to Kenya last year? Why did he not provide for the family when they came to see him in ...

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Nigerian Oshonaike becomes African champion again

Several years after ruling the continent, Nigeria’s Olufunke Oshonaike yesterday turned the clock back to emerge as the new African champion in the women’s single event of the 2016 ITTF Africa Senior Championships in Agadir, Morocco. As the second seeded player in the competition, Oshonaike has never beaten the young Egyptian in the last two years but the tide turned ...

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Google tries new approach with voice on Pixel phone

About six months ago, people working on hardware and the voice-activated Google Assistant for the Pixel phone started sitting next to each other at the company’s Mountain View, California headquarters, hammering out minute details of its first phone. The new seating arrangement illustrated a much larger shift underway at Alphabet Inc’s Google, which crashed Apple Inc’s smartphone revolution eight years ...

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O’Reilly Senior High wins 2016 Model Bridge challenge

The O’Reilly Senior High School (SHS) has emerged winners in the 2016 edition of the Model Bridge Contest, an initiative organised by Knight Piesold (KP) Consulting to educate state-owned second cycle schools on civil engineering. Other participating schools in the contest were, Osu Presbyterian SHS, Armed Forces SHS, West African SHS, and Saint Mary’s SHS, who placed second, third, fourth ...

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Ignore fake men of God – Ghanaians told

The Head of Programmes at African Centre for Security and Counter-Terrorism (ACSC), Emmanuel Kutin has urged Ghanaians not to pay attention to men of God who engage in false prophecies. According to him, the so called pastors and prophets who engage in such activities are false prophets because that activity has no basis in the Bible. His comment comes on ...

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London Ghana Adventists Pathfinders Visit Uk Parliament

There was a huge ecstasy as well as excitement shown in the faces of the Pathfinder group of the London Ghana Seventh-day Adventists Church when they toured the UK Parliament to familiarize themselves with activities at the place. The Pathfinder Group is made up of those who are in the fifth (5th) grade in school or its equivalent through the ...

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MASLOC disburses more than GH¢800,000.00 to traders

Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) has disbursed a total of GH¢829,600.00 to women traders in 11 constituencies of the Ashanti Region to expand their businesses. The beneficiaries are; Adansi Asokwa, Obuasi East, Obuasi West, Adansi Akrofrom, Offinso North, Offinso South, Ashanti Akim North, Suame, Tafo, Sekyere Afram Plains and Atwima Kwanwoma A total of 66 groups, made up of ...

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Accra Psychiatric nurses on strike

Nurses at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital have started a full-blown strike today, Monday 31 October. It follows what they describe as “fruitless” dialogue between them and the authorities. Below is their full statement STAYING AWAY FROM DANGEROUS WORKING ENVIRONMENT Following several fruitless attempts by the leadership of the nurses to get a lasting solution to the problems that has persisted ...

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Meet my terms and conditions and I’ll perform at your rally – Gasmilla

As political events dominate heady days to the December 7 polls, a lot of Ghanaian musicians are scared to mount political stages with the fear of being tagged as being affiliated to one political party or the other. Even though for any musician with a hit song this could be a cash-in season, they won’t mount the stage, for the ...

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