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Robotics championship: Ghana’s Opoku Ware School are world Champions

Opoku Ware School has made Ghana and Ghanaians proud by winning the Global Innovative Award at the World Robotics Championship held in Michigan over the weekend. The event held in Detroit Michigan was on May 17 and 18th 2018 and the school is the only Ghanaian school to represent. The ...

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‘No free ticket’ Canada warns as Nigerian asylum seekers cross from US

Waves of asylum seekers continue to cross into Canada from the United States, drawing concerns that the numbers will only rise as the weather gets warmer. Over the last year, Canada has seen what has been called an “unprecedented” surge of asylum seekers, with more than 25,000 people intercepted by ...

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I can’t sanction deportation of Ghanaians from US – Ghana Ambassador

  Ghana’s Ambassador to the U.S. has been caught in a cat and mouse game, with the US authorities piling pressure on him to sanction the deportation of thousands of Ghanaians. Dr Agyei Bawuah has described as unfair, pressure on him to give his approval for hundreds of Ghanaians to ...

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19th Edition Of The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in Retrospect

The 18th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music awards, took place last Saturday at the Accra international conference center . The annual Awards recognises the works of musicians and producers who have excelled during the year under review of the awards. The event saw many music lovers and patrons of Ghanaian ...

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Illegal immigrant Uber driver raped passenger then fled to native Ghana, police say

An Uber driver charged with raping a passenger earlier this month was able to walk free because officials failed to notify immigration agents about his arrest, authorities said. Frederick Amfo, 30, an illegal immigrant from Ghana, was arrested after a female passenger said that on April 8 he forced her ...

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South African Heroine, Winnie Mandela Passes On.

The ex-wife of the Late President and activist Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, has passed on to glory. Winnie Mandela who was hospitalized since January for a kidney disease passed on in the early hours of Monday morning. She was surrounded by family members minutes before her death. News of her ...

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18year old Opoku Ware alum gains entry into 8 top US universities

  In 2017, the eight prestigious Ivy League schools, some of the creme de la creme of tertiary education worldwide, had a total of 281,060 applicants. Of those applicants, less than 10% gained admission. The figures for 2018 are not expected to differ greatly making the odds for students worldwide ...

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Military Base Agreement Under Scrutiny

The Ghana USA military base has spark so much controversy in the country . With the country’s largest opposition group protesting against the motion ,many Ghanaians are filled with dozens of questions that need answers urgently. The deputy general secretary of opposition party the NDC was picked up yesterday by ...

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Maryland State Police Continue Fatal Collision Investigation In Prince George’s County

Source:http://gajreport.com/ (New Carrollton, MD) Shortly before 4:30 a.m. this morning, the Maryland State Police, College Park Barrack responded to a fatal collision on IS Route 495/95 Inner Loop of the Washington Beltway prior to the eastbound US Route 50 ramp, New Carrollton, Prince George’s County, Maryland.  There was a 2006 ...

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