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Deputy Chief Executive Officer NHIA attacked

Mr. Francis Owusu, a former resident of Connecticut, USA and currently the Deputy Chief Executive of the National Health Insurance Authority, in charge of Finance and Investment and his family were attacked by unknown assailants at his residence in East Legon. The five men made away with an undisclosed amount ...

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Bishop Bonaventure Kwofie is Appointed Archbishop of Accra

His Holiness, Pope Francis has appointed Catholic Bishop of Sekondi-Takoradi Diocese, Most Rev John Bonaventure Kwofie, as new Metropolitan Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Accra. This was announced at a conference held at the Catholic Secretariat in Accra, Wednesday. Most Rev John Bonaventure Kwofie’s appointment follows the transfer of ...

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As Bush’s Coffin Arrives at Capitol, Trump Plans to Attend Funeral

President Trump will attend but not speak at this week’s funeral service for former President George Bush, seemingly a compromise intended to respect tradition while avoiding an awkward moment given the animosity between the current president and the Bush family. Instead, eulogies will be delivered by former President George W. ...

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Meet Washington Post Editor Karen Attiah

  Karen Attiah is a celebrated Ghanaian-American writer and Global Opinions Editor for the Washington Post. Karen was the editor of the late Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was brutally murdered at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul. Since then she has been interviewed by major news outlets as ...

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ROPAA in 2020 – We Demand the Constitutional Instrument Now-PAM

I write for the New York City-based Progressive Alliance Movement that filed and won the High Court case to compel the Electoral Commission to develop the mandated constitutional instrument (CI) to implement ROPAA by December 31, 2018. That is exactly what is needed now. The order of mandamus (meaning you ...

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Interpol rescues 85 children in Sudan trafficking ring

By Bukola Adebayo, CNN Police in Sudan have rescued 94 people, mostly children, from criminal human trafficking networks in the country, Interpol has said. Eighty-five of those rescued were children and are believed to be from Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Niger, Sudan and South Sudan. They were ...

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