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Tigo Continues To Support Mobile Birth Registration In Tanzania

Tanzania’s digital lifestyle company, Tigo (www. Tigo.co.tz), has continued to support the Tanzania government’s under-five birth registration initiative through an ...

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A/R: NPP Invisible Forces Attack Security Coordinator, No Arrests Made

Some members of the New Patriotic Party, NPP’s Invisible Forces, a security wing of the governing party on Friday morning ...

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Ambassador Isaac Osei : Growing Ethnocentrism in Ghana Dangerous

The former Member of Parliament for the Subin constituency in the Ashanti region, Isaac Osei has raised alarm over the ...

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CODEO To Organize Workshop To Assess 2016 Elections

The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), will soon ...

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Help Save Our Culture Or Face Our Wrath – Ashaiman Chief Tells NPP.

Tension is brewing in the Ashaiman Municipality following what some opinion leaders perceive as feet dragging by the governing New ...

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France Relocates Embassy In Ghana

The French Embassy in Ghana is set to be relocated from its current location, where it shares the premises with ...

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Togbe Afede: Ignore Volta Separatists

President of the National House of Chiefs, Togbe Afede XIV, says the Ho-based Homeland Study Group Foundation agitating for the ...

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PHOTOS: 5 Chinese, 4 Ghanaian Illegal Miners Arrested On River Ankobra

The Marine Police Unit and other security officials from Western Region has arrested Nine (9) illegal Galamsey operators for using ...

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Ivorian Coach Wilmots Wants Yaya’s Return

Ivory Coast boss Marc Wilmots  is  trying to to persuade Yaya Toure out of international retirement as one of his ...

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London Attack: Khalid Masood Identified As Killer

Police have identified Khalid Masood as the man who carried out the Westminster attack, as the death toll rose to ...

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