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4 February 2017

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Twitter Staff give $1m To Fight Trump Order

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Staff at social media company Twitter have donated more than $1m (£790,000) to the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU has pledged to fight President Donald Trump’s temporary ban on refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. The civil rights group has reportedly raised more than $24m in online donations in the past few days. […]

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Canadian Citizenship Application

31 January 2017

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Travel, Live and Work In Canada With The Government of Canada’s Express Entry Program

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The Government of Canada is known worldwide as one of the most liberal governments in the world and with the Liberal Party most dominant, it is more so. The Citizenship and Immigration Canada introduced the Federal Skilled Workers Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, the Canadian Experience Class Program and the Provincial Nominee Program to […]

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30 January 2017

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List Of All Government Auxiliary, Basic And Post-Basic Nursing and Midwifery Training Institutions In Ghana

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Some of the most sought after schools in Ghana are Nursing and Midwifery Schools with thousands of prospective students applying every single day. One big motivator for applying to these schools are the fact that jobs are not that hard to find after school whether within or outside the country. Another fact is that government […]

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25 January 2017

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Bomb Rocks In Mogadishu, Many Journalists Injured.

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In what seems to be an attack on the infamous Dayah Hotel near the parliament and state house, two car bombings have rocked and recked the area. At least four journalists have been seriously injured. They had apparently come to the area for protection after the first blast had gone off This is the latest in […]

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19 January 2017

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Breaking: Adama Barrow ‘inaugurated’ As Gambian President

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Adama Barrow, the man who won The Gambia’s disputed election, has been sworn in as president. He took the oath at the country’s embassy in neighbouring Senegal. He has been recognised internationally. But Gambian strongman Yahya Jammeh has refused to step down and his term in office has been extended by parliament. West African leaders […]

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12 January 2017

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President Akufo-Addo Creates New Ministries, Re-aligns Old

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo  has released another list of ministers expected to serve in his government. The list has 12 minister-designates bringing the total number of appointees to 25 with a promise of a third batch expected to be released by Friday. A notable feature is the creation of three new ministries – The […]

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12 January 2017

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Senior Minister Role Unconstitutional- Mahama Ayariga

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Bawku Central Member of Parliament has challenged the constitutionality of the Senior Minister designation announced by president Nana Akufo-Addo. Mahama Ayariga raised the objection on the floor of Parliament Wednesday whilst discussing the list of Ministerial appointees brought to  the House for approval.According to him, the Senior Minister role which will be occupied by former […]

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9 January 2017

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Gov’t has no agreement with Mahama to keep Cantonments home

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The Akufo-Addo government has rejected claims by former President John Mahama’s office that an agreement has been reached allowing Mr Mahama to keep his Cantonments official residence as his retirement home. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah who speaks for the new government’s side of the transition team, stressed there was a request from President John Mahama, asking […]

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29 December 2016

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NDC Will Force Mahama To Contest Election 2020 – Vanderpuije

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The Minister of Sports Nii Lante Vanderpuije has served notice President John Mahama will return as the National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential candidate in the 2020 elections, despite a humiliating defeat in the December polls. Speaking on personality profile show – Starr Chat – on Starr 103.5 FM Wednesday, Mr. Vanderpuije stressed Mahama will be […]

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29 December 2016

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Tears Flow As Mahama Cuts Sod For Eastern Uni.

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NDC supporters at Somanya in the Eastern region could not hold back their tears Thursday as President John Mahama arrived in the town to cut sod for the university of Environment and Sustainable Development. The aggrieved supporters were seen wailing as the president started exchanging pleasantries at the ceremony grounds, Starr News’ Kojo Ansah reported. […]

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