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Level 300 Student Murdered

Cape Coast, Feb. 21, GNA - A Level 300 student of the University of Cape Coast, Mr. Godwin Awugo, was found dead at Amamoma near the UCC on Thursday morning. The body of the Nigerian Social Science student was reportedly found near “Round Palace Hostel” at Amamoma with his intestines gushing out from his lower abdomen. It is believed that the murder was committed on Wednesday night when the student got into ...

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Woman, 45, Slashes Man to Death

Nkawie (Ash), Feb 21, GNA – A 45-year woman who allegedly hacked to death a farmer from whose farm she had gone to steal has appeared before the Nkawie Circuit Court. The plea of Yaa Kyeremaa was not taken and was ordered to be held in prison custody to make her next court appearance on March 12. The incident happened at Asakaraka, a farming community in the Atwima-Nwabiagya District on January 30. The dece ...

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Don’t skip the small details in relationship

“When I got home that night as my wife served dinner, I held her hand and said, I’ve got something to tell you. She s... at down and ate quietly. Again I observed the hurt in her eyes. Suddenly I didn’t know how to open my mouth. But I had to let her know what I was thinking. I want a divorce. I raised the topic calmly. She didn’t seem to be annoyed by my words, instead she asked me softly, why? I avoided h ...

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CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF ACCRA 120TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

The Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra in conjunction with the Archdiocesan 120th Anniversary Implementation Committee announces the Opening Ceremonies and Other Activities for December 2012 as follows: A.   OPENING CEREMONIES i.      Deanery Level Saturday, 1st December, 2012 @ 2pm Processions through the entire Archdiocese to the following Deanery Grottos – i)      St. Margaret – Mary Parish, Dansoman ii)   ...

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MAD CAR DISEASES ON OUR ROADS

By: Hon. Daniel Dugan Just take a day off and in a relaxing holiday mood take a round trip drive on the Tema motor way. The first thing that will strike you is that the rules of the game are disregarded. The driving regulations mandate all drivers on a dual carriageway to respect the fast track system, that is the inner lane, and keep it clear only for overtaking. However on the Tema motorway, Ghana’s answe ...

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ETHNICITY AND ITS EFFECTS IN GHANA

An ethnic group is made up of an aggregate of people who claim direct ancestry from a common ancestor or ancestress, real or putative. They are people who have one history of origin and therefore, have a common language, destiny and aspiration. Specifically, ethnicity is subject to other definitions. A generally acceptable sociological definition of ethnicity identifies the phenomena as a strong in – group ...

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FACING THE REALITIES OF LIFE

By: Rev. Aaron Agbeshie Agorsor “As for me, I am full of joy in the Lord, now that at last your consideration for me has blossomed again; though I recognize that you really did have consideration before, but had no opportunity to show it. I do not say this because I have lacked anything: I have learnt to manage with whatever I have.” (Philippians 4:10-11) The above words of Paul bring to sharp focus the att ...

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THE ROLE OF THE INTELLECTUAL LEADERSHIP IN ENSURING PEACEFUL ELECTION 2012

THE ROLE OF THE INTELLECTUAL LEADERSHIP IN ENSURING PEACEFUL ELECTION 2012, DEMOCRACY, AND HUMAN RIGHTS. Ghana has been known as one of the peaceful countries across the continent and above all the beacon of Africa cannot afford to compromise this hard earned reputation to power-drunk politicians who will like to use all means to assume power. As such, there is the need for steps to be put in place by polit ...

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VIOLENCE IN ALL ITS FORMS IS ALWAYS UNACCEPTABLE

Vatican City, 9 November 2012 (VIS) - This morning in the Vatican Benedict XVI received participants in the eighty-first session of the general assembly of the International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL). The meeting, which is currently being held in Rome, brings together delegates from police forces and political representatives from the 190 member States which, since 2008, have included Vatican ...

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Knights of St. John International & Ladies Auxiliaries celebrated their Patron Feast Day

The 3rd District Commandery, Districts 3, 4, 7 & 8 Ladies Auxiliaries of Knights of St. John International with their Cadets and Junior Auxiliaries celebrated their Patron Saint Feast Day on Saturday 30th June 2012 at Queen of Peace Parish, Madina with a cheque donation of GHC 35,000.00 to the Accra Archdiocesan Youth Training Centre located at Lashibi. The event was also to commemorate the 75th anniver ...

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