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Chief Justices of Ghana since Independence

President Nana Akufo-Addo has sworn in the new Chief Justice Sophia Abena Boafowaa Akuffo at a short but impressive ceremony at the State House Monday. The new Chief Justice in a seamless recitation took tree oath – Oath of Allegiance, the Judicial Oath and the Oath of Secrecy – before a host of invited guests including ex-presidents Jerry John Rawlings ...

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34,000 Black Churches Break Ties With Presbyterian Church USA

The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), a faith-based coalition of 34,000 churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African-Americans, has broken its fellowship with Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA) following its recent vote to approve same-sex marriage. The Presbyterian General Assembly, the top legislative body of the PCUSA, voted last June to revise the constitutional language defining marriage. This arbitrary ...

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VIDEO:Mahama’s Promise to end DUMSOR by 2013

Post by Kofi Gyan Dom. Source: Facebook

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WATCH!! How to Domesticate Smart Blacks, and Cut Them from Their Own

The video below is a rare but very insightful excerpt from the movie Trick Baby (1972) on ways to domesticate smart black people to use their talents and intelligence to serve the same racist system which turns out to oppress them as a social group. Source:Youtube/Siliconafrica

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When it’s free, Your are the Product

Two young fishermen were spending time together at the bank of a big lake, trying to catch fish when they suddenly saw an old man in a small canoe navigating slowly until a calm corner of the lake. The old man stopped his canoe, took something from a bag and start spreading it over the lake. In fact, the old ...

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Africa: Here is some free money, Take it!

Do you know that the European Union is giving money to farmers in Africa to grow cacao and coffee? Africans don’t drink coffee nor eat much of chocolate, but have to dedicate huge part of their lands to grow those cash-crops instead of food-crops to feed their kids. Now ask yourself, why White farmers in Africa don’t grow cacao and ...

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Leadership is not by force; Otabil challenges Mahama to fight corruption

 Head pastor of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) has challenged president John Mahama to take up the leadership mantle of fighting corruption which is fast eating away Ghana’s institutions. While Dr. Mensa Otabil appreciates the enormity of the task of leading a country, he was quick to add that “leadership is not by force” and anyone who applies, campaigns ...

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7 Ways to Avoid Being Brainwashed by White Supremacy

Have Our Children Grow Up With Images of Themselves This means we must give them toys, books, movies, games that include Black characters and Black stories. If they grow up surrounded by the power of their own story, they will be better able to resist the dominant culture’s narrative.

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5 Powerful Ways Black People Can Help Counter White Supremacy

Education Black people must take control of the education of Black children. Education is a tool to improve society, but Black children aren’t being taught how to improve their communities. Education doesn’t stop at learning terms and equations. Black people need to be educated on how to solve Black problems or else they will continue to be issues of concern. No ...

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Six Superstitious Myths About the Devil

Myth No. 1: The devil is everywhere. God is omnipresent, but the devil doesn’t have that kind of power or influence. Jesus said He saw Satan fall from heaven like lightening (Luke 10:18)—referring to the moment when our enemy was cast out of the highest heaven. Satan posts his demons in various regions, but the devil is not watching you ...

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