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King Promise gets philanthropic on vals day

[ad_1] Award winning singer and performer, Gregory Promise Bortey Newman, with stage name ‘King Promise’ decided to get all philanthropic on the day of love by spending most of his Valentine’s Day with inmates at the New Life Children’s Home located in his neighborhood at Nungua after donating to them. The ‘Selfish’ …

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Wanlov Kubolor names daughter after Ebony

[ad_1] Musician Wanlov the Kubolor has named his newborn baby girl after late dancehall songstress Ebony Reigns. The musician in a post on social media to the late songstress, whose birthday was on February 16, said he is hopeful his daughter, Ebony Akosua Mansa, grows to radiate the level of …

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Embattled Ankaful Hospital boss to take HR course, caretaker appointed

[ad_1] Embattled Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital Director, Dr Eugene K. Dordoye Embattled Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital Director, Dr Eugene K. Dordoye accused by his staff of having poor human relations, has temporarily been relieved of his position. The Health Ministry has explained the decision was taken to afford Dr Dordoye the opportunity to …

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Ovarian cancer link to paternal genes

[ad_1] US scientists believe they have identified a new gene mutation that can raise the risk of ovarian cancer, and is passed from father to daughter. It is inherited through the X-chromosome and is independent of other known susceptibility genes that women can already be tested for. Experts say more …

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Kasapreko’s Awake tugs at hearts with human chain, cash for Korle Bu

[ad_1] Valentine’s Day means different things to different people. And with the sheer commercialisation of the day, many have lost sight of what February 14 really, truly means. However, on Wednesday, there was a small glimmer of hope as Hearts Awake used its influence to literally touch the lives of …

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Extinction of Ghanaian foods a major drawback to national progress – KNUST Pof.

[ad_1] Growing Ghanaian taste for foreign foods at the expense of local dishes has a long-term implication on the country’s cultural values and identity, according to Provost of the College of Sciences at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Professor Ibok Oduro. Prof. Oduro wants serious attention to reverse the …

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