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This taxi driver is leading a silent movement to change Ghanas political landscape

Every time Alhaji Muniru Saani drives past the Flagstaff House, the seat of Ghanas president, he takes his eyes off the busy Cantonments street briefly, takes a look at the ... more
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Bangladesh professor hacked to death

A university professor has been hacked to death in Bangladesh, in an attack police say is similar to a number of killings of secular bloggers and atheist activists in the ... more
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A major reason for the current rampant breakdown of many marriages and courtships

----- POOR FOUNDATION AND INCOMPATIBILITY ------ Many marriages and romantic relationships never really crystallize into productive friendships or successful marital establishments because the people involved do not begin the relationship ... more
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Confessions: Staying virgin until marriage isnt always glorious

In a Christian home, you can challenge the menu but not the morals. The need for holiness as required by Jesus Christ is the holy grail of all moral teachings. ... more
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Why many marriages are failing today

Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife and the two shall be one flesh Gen. 2:24. Oh what a beautiful and ... more
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MANASSEHS FOLDER: Of integrity, lawyers and corruption in Ghana Manassehs speech to law students

I have been asked to speak on the topic: The Lawyer: A Key Player in Ensuring Integrity in Ghanas Legal System. However, I will want to alter the topic a ... more
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Mahama directs security services to buy Ghana-made boots

President John Mahama on Monday chided some security agencies for procuring security boots from other countries, while abandoning those produced by the Kumasi Shoe Factory. Although the Kumasi Shoe Factory ... more
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Herdsmen crisis: Agogo residents hit streets again

Residents of Agogo in the Ashanti Region are embarking on a demonstration to pile pressure on government to drive out nomadic herdsmen in the area who have been accused of ... more
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Week of terror threats and Electoral Commission logo troubles

Ghana received arguably the highest number ofterror alerts within the week and theElectoral Commission has been criticized for its new logo. Monday witnessed the news of prophecy by popular Nigerian ... more
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Nigeria ’should investigate mass graves’

Amnesty International is calling for an investigation after officials said Nigeria's military had secretly buried more than 300 Shia Muslims in a mass grave. Officials in Kaduna state told an ... more
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One of Those Weeks: Weekly Wrap-Up from the Morning Man

So this has been another one of those weeks with a strange mix of remarkable events, hasnt it? First of all, WAEC papers leaked again. Right on schedule. But while ... more
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Pope Francis to make key marriage pronouncement

Pope Francis is to make public the conclusions of his two Synods on the family in a document eagerly awaited by 1.3 billion Roman Catholics. It will detail the pope's ... more
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