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Asamoah Gyan In Legal Jeopardy, Faces New Court Action

Black Stars Skipper, Asamoah Gyan, has courted more troubles for himself following the acquittal and discharge of four persons he accused of attempted extortion over three years ago, by an Accra Circuit Court. Three of the four told reporters shortly after the ruling on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, they intend filing civil suit against the footballer for defaming them, and

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Gym bag essentials for every woman

Going to the gym to workout is very important and could also be entertaining too. Working out has never been more popular in human history. There are more gyms than there have ever been because a lot of people day in, day out learn the importance of staying fit. For women who are naturally prone to be overweight as opposed

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These 9 mega trends are shaping the future of Africa

Each year, around the continent of Africa, Independence Day is marked with so much fanfare as the political and economic liberation of the African people. While independence certainly hasn’t led to political stability and economic liberation in every African country – and in some countries there is still a long way to go – the power of choice, for a

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“I Know Of No Confused Line Of Leadership Than The Government Of Ghana”

The Head Pastor of the Alabaster International Ministries, Prophet Dr Kofi Oduro, has slammed Parliament describing the nation’s leadership as “confused” over its failure to pass the Right to Information Bill, and other pressing challenges facing the country. “I’m asking our parliamentarians, Right to Information Bill, when will it be passed”, he quizzed, while delivering a sermon at the Tesano

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CAF President Ahmad Ahmad Granted US Visa Following Outrage Over Denial

Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Ahmad, has belatedly received his visa to enter the United States for this week’s Fifa Council meetings. The Fifa Vice-President was unable to attend the opening session of the two-day meeting, after visa delays. Earlier reports indicated the Malagasy had been refused a visa, which Caf when contacted by the BBC, confirmed. As of

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Fuel Hikes: Cedi Depreciation Driving Prices High

Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs), are bemoaning the dire impact the Cedi depreciation is having on their operations. The OMCs warned that they may be forced to increase their prices at the pumps  if the rate of depreciation continues. The local currency has depreciated more than 8.5 percent this year, hitting GHS5.54 from GHS4.99, at the beginning of the year in

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