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April Is Autism Awareness Month

Shayla McGhee Raise awareness and educate students about autism spectrum disorder (ASD) this April by celebrating National Autism Awareness Month. During the early ’70s, the Autism Society launched this nationwide campaign to inform individuals about the brain-based disorder, its effects, and the potential of those diagnosed with the condition. Here ...

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Ghana To Play USA in Connecticut

As tune-ups to two different competitions, the U.S. men’s national team will reportedly play Venezuela and Ghana on home soil. ESPNFC is reporting that the U.S. will play Venezuela at Real Salt Lake’s Rio Tinto Stadium on June 3 prior to two World Cup qualifiers against Trinidad & Tobago and ...

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President Mahama pays curtesy call on GNC members

  Chicago April 2 2017: President Mahama paid a curtesy call on members of the Ghana National Council of Metropolitan Chicago, GNC, at their monthly meeting today. The meeting took place at the Lakeshore Hotel cafeteria, 4900 S. Lakeshore drive. He informed members of the council that he is in ...

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Edward Osei appointed as Tema Port boss

  Pursuant to Section 8 (3) of the Ghana Ports and Harbors Authority Act,1996 (P.N.D.C.L. 160), the President, Nana Akufo Addo, has appointed Edward Osei as the Director in Charge of the Tema Port Pending the approval of the Board of GPHA and the Public Services Commission. He is a ...

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India: African students hospitalized in roving mob attacks

New Delhi (CNN)Africans living in northern India are locking themselves indoors in terror after a spate of mob attacks left several hospitalized. Multiple attacks on Kenyan and Nigerian students have been reported this week in Greater Noida, 18 miles southeast of the capital New Delhi. Nine Nigerians were attacked, including ...

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Kickers coach dies in church, soccer community in mourning

RICHMOND, Va. — When Kofi Nti arrived in Richmond more than a decade ago, he hoped to make an impact as a player with the Richmond Kickers. “He was very strong, he was very disciplined, he wasn’t the flashiest player but just did the job,” said former teammate Kwaku Adu-Gyamfi. ...

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A Coming Together of Budding Ghanaian Entrepreneurs Living Abroad

      By Dr. Kofi A. Boateng             New York- March 27, 2017                                          In 1969 when Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon he proclaimed those two footprints to be “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”  On March 18, 2017 fifteen budding Ghanaian business and social ...

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