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Mrs. Samira Bawumia Visits Ghanaians in Connecticut

  GAJ – Her Excellency the Second Lady of Ghana, Mrs. Samira Bawumia took some time out of her busy schedule on Sunday, April 16, to meet with a cross-section of the Ghanaian community in an event organized by the Ghanaian American Journal (GAJ) in Manchester, Connecticut. After a hectic day ...

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4 Ghanaian First Round Picks in MLS

Abu Danladi 1st Round Pick entrance interview with Minnesota United, and wanting to make family back in Ghana proud. Major League Soccer is in the early stages of its 22nd season, meaning it’s been around long enough for an entire generation of players to grow up in a world where ...

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GFA signs MOU with US Embassy over Football Expo

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Commercial Service of the US Embassy in Accra to organize two business expositions ahead of this year’s international friendlies against Mexico and the USA. The business exposition, which is being organized in partnership with RGG Sports LLC ...

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American owned Company with Ghanaian Roots has been awarded a GSA Contract

  GAJ – An American owned Cyber Security firm with Ghanaian roots has been awarded a contract from the General Services Administration (GSA). SecureSoft Technologies, LLC (SST) an Information Security company based in Greenbelt, Maryland has been awarded a five-year contract under the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Program. ...

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What can Ghana teach South Africa about neocolonialism?

On how the man who coined the term “neocolonialism” fell victim to it and how not to repeat his mistakes.   By: Brian Kamanzi,  a Cape Town-based writer and electrical engineering Masters student at the University of Cape Town. Source: Al Jazeera In 2011, the South African government announced a ...

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IOM: African migrants traded in Libya’s ‘slave markets’

People are held for ransom, forced labour or sexual exploitation after being sold for up to $500, UN agency says. Hundreds of African refugees and migrants passing through Libya are being bought and sold in modern-day slave markets before being held for ransom or used as forced labour or for ...

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Boko Haram ‘plot to attack UK and US embassies foiled’

  Nigeria’s spy agency says it thwarted a plot by militant Islamist group Boko Haram to attack the UK and US embassies in the capital Abuja. Six people were arrested last month in connection with the plot, the Department of State Services (DSS) added. There has been no independent confirmation ...

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South High senior Kevin Adusei thinks big and wide

GAJ CONGRATULATES KEVIN ADUSEI…   WORCESTER — So many Americans these days are angrily obsessed with what they believe others are taking from them and their country. Then there’s Kevin Adusei. “I feel there’s more fulfillment in giving rather than taking,” the high-achieving and highly-popular senior at South High Community ...

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