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Ghana: Police Rescue Diplomat After Being Kidnapped By Nigerians For Ransom

The Ghana Police Service is on a man-hunt for three Nigerians, who allegedly kidnapped a foreign national. This follows a successful rescue of Nabil Makram Basbous, a 61-year-old Lebanese Consular General and Head of Mission of Estonia to Ghana. Mr. Basbous was allegedly kidnapped on Friday, April 19 by some Nigerians who are currently on the run. Public Relations Officer

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Ghanaian Fred Swaniker Named In Time Most Influential People Of 2019

Ghanaian entrepreneur and leadership development expert, Fred Swaniker, has been named in Time Magazine’s list of the most influential people of 2019. Swaniker, 43, was profiled by telecoms entrepreneur and chair of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, Mo Ibrahim, in the pioneers’ section of the list released today. According to Mr Ibrahim, the Ghanaian is committed to becoming one of Africa’s

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Ghanaians Descend On President Akufo-Addo Over His Tweet To France

The president of Ghana has incurred the wrath of the citizenry, over a tweet he shared to commiserate with France. News broke last night, of fire that gutted the Notre Dame Cathedral, destroying properties worth Millions of Dollars and as best international relations practices, the President of Ghana sent out a few heart-warming tweets to commiserate with the people of

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Asantehene Reveals How He Resolved A Big ‘Fight’ Between President Akufo-Addo & President Mahama

(L)President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II (M) and Former President John Mahama

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the King of the Ashantis, has revealed why his involvement in brokering peace before, during and after general elections in Ghana, cannot be underestimated explaining that he does so in the interest of the country and not for any political party. According to the Asantehene at a recent event, it took his intervention to resolve a

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Pope Kisses Feet Of South Sudan Leaders For ‘Peace’

Pope Francis knelt and kissed the feet of South Sudan’s rival leaders, in an unprecedented act of humbleness to encourage them to strengthen the country’s faltering peace process. At the close of a two-day retreat in the Vatican for the African leaders, the Pope asked South Sudan’s President and opposition leader to proceed with the peace agreement despite growing difficulties.

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Sudan: The End Of Omar Al-Bashir As Army Takes Over, Jubilation In Khartoum

Sudan’s armed forces is set to make an important announcement soon, State Television said on Thursday, as troops were deployed in Khartoum and sources reported a coup attempt against President Omar Al-Bashir, after months of protests. “The armed forces will present an important statement shortly. Be ready for it,” the announcement on state television read, without giving further details. Sudanese

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