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Free2Learn "Back To School Campaign" Project

Free2Learn Project seeks to help children in schools most especially in deprived communities. We believe children must have a free mind to enable them go to school and learn. When schools reopen, most parents go through a lot of financial difficulties to be able to provide basic items such as exercise books, pens, pencils, erasers and rulers for their wards. 
This sometimes makes it difficult  for them to go to school. It may also prevent the children from obtaining education.

Our Mission is "To motivate and inspire  every schoolchild in Ghana. To have a sense of understanding and compassion for children".
Free2Learn would like to lessen the burden of parents by providing some these basic items and also put a smile on the children's face.
As we embark on our first project, we have identified Vitting Ansuariya Islamic JHS in Tamale as a school with needs we would like to address
For more enquiries and support contact us on  0261417741

Arsenal Win Late At Burnley

Laurent Koscielny scored a stoppage-time winner after Burnley had appeared set to share the spoils at Turf Moor on Sunday.
With seconds of the game remaining, a corner bounced off defender Laurent Koscielny — with Burnley appealing that the ball had hit his arm — and went in at the far post after Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had got touches.
Both sides had come close in the final quarter of an hour, with the Gunners’ Alexis Sanchez striking the outside of a post and Michael Keane smacking a header off the Arsenal bar.

Arsenal had the first chance to break through in what turned out to be a low-key first half, with an angled low shot from Sanchez taking a touch off teammate Walcott and rolling wide of the far post in the fourth minute.
Mesut Ozil then scuffed an effort harmlessly, but Burnley were growing into the game and had a chance of their own after 16 minutes when Jeff Hendrick found George Boyd on the left but, with players in support, Boyd elected to shoot an…

BNI Officials Pampered Me To Eat – Fadi

A New Patriotic Party sympathizer who was picked up by the BNI over his critical writings against president John Mahama has said he was detained for 65 odd hours but was treated well nonetheless.
Far from being beaten, tortured or molested, Fadi Samih Daboussi said he was detained with a human face and that even when he went on hunger strike, the seemingly worried BNI officials pampered him in an effort to get him to eat.
He made the comment on Joy News analysis program Newsfile, Saturday.

Fadi, a fierce Mahama critic, was picked up on Friday at the Kotoka International Airport over some of his critical write ups.
He is believed to have written many critical stories one of which accused the president of fathering a baby with the daughter of the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, a story Kweku Baako Jnr insists is untrue and offensive.
He is also reported to have insinuated that president Mahama had a role to play in the death of the late president John Mills.
He has also authored a bo…

Victoria Beckham finally addresses rumours she's trying for baby No.5 at age 42

Fashion entrepreneur and business woman Victoria Beckham, 42, has finally addressed rumours making the rounds that she has boosted her already spinach-heavy diet with "broccoli and leafy greens rich in folic acid" so she can get pregnant and deliver baby number 5...
David Beckham, 41, told chat show host Jonathan Ross in 2012: 
"We might have one more or two more, you never know. We're not thinking about it yet, but if it happens, great. We're enjoying the kids as it is. It's always a thought.

"I mean, we're busy people and we’re enjoying the four kids that we've got already and we're lucky, we're lucky to have four healthy children."

 But former Spice Girls member, Victoria Beckham has now addressed the rumours saying she doesn't want anymore children.

Speaking to Sunday Times Style Magazine, Victoria said "No! I am done. People have been obsessed with it - she's getting divorced, she's pregnant, she's getti…

Register For The Cake Fair Pop Up Show, Themed "Dessertfest".

The Cake Fair returns with a pop show themed "Dessertfest", in November at a location near you.
And it promises to "sweep you off your feet".
REGISTER now to be part of this grand 'dessert-together' experience to network with like minded persons, show off your creatively styled desserts, stock up on your baking equipment, dessert decorating supplies, share and learn new dessert recipes.
This dessert themed event is one of many pop up shows to be held prior to another major Cake Fair in 2017.

So - if you are a baker, you sell dessert accessories, or own your cake business, register to be part of the DessertFest experience.
Call 0269224580 or 0231809500 for registration.  
Limited stands are available!
Visit our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter: Thecakefair) for updates on where the Dessertfest would pop up!
Save the date - it's November 26, 2016.
This event is powered by VoiceAds and Yellow October Events.
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Pakistan threatens to destroy India in terrifying war of words: "We have not made atomic device to display in a showcase

Arch enemies - Pakistan and India who both possess a formidable nuclear arsenal - threaten the safety of the world as the former ramped up the threats against its neighbour.

In a fresh anti-India tirades, Pakistan’s Defence minister, Minister Khawaja Asif, threatened to use nuclear weapons in case of war against India, after it confirmed it had launched a series of “surgical strikes” against suspected militants sneaking across the border. 
"We will destroy India if it dares to impose war on us. Pakistan army is fully prepared to answer any misadventure of India" Asif told a private TV channel SAMAA, on September 26th,  in answer to question about India's intention to carry out surgical strike in Pakistan.

"We have not made atomic device to display in a showcase. If such a situation arises we will use it and eliminate India" he added

His salvo came in the wake of assault on an Indian army base in Uri. Four heavily armed militants infiltrated an Indian mi…

Oldest living gorilla has a new great-grandbaby, JJ

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The longest-living gorilla on record has another great-grandbaby.

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium says a baby western lowland gorilla named JJ was born there Wednesday. The newborn's gender has not yet been determined as it bonds with its mother, Tabibu (tah-BEE'-boo). Both are expected to remain behind the scenes for several months.

The baby gorilla is descended from the zoo's well-known gorilla family.

Fifty-nine-year-old Colo is considered the oldest gorilla on record. She still lives at the Columbus zoo, where she was born. JJ's father, Macombo II, is Colo's grandson. He and his brother, Mosuba, were the first gorilla twins born in the western hemisphere.

The naming of the newborn was auctioned off as a zoo fundraiser.


Katherine Schwarzenegger Says Despite Parents' Split: 'We Do Everything Together as a Family'

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver's split has not stopped their family from sticking together.
The couple's daughter Katherine, 26, recently sat down with PEOPLE and opened up about how the family has gotten along since her parents' 2011 separation.

"We do everything together as a family," Katherine said. "We've maintained very, very close relationships with every member of my entire family and my family has done a great job at keeping us all together, showing up for one another."

Schwarzenegger and Shriver separated in 2011 after the former governor of California admitted to fathering a child with the family housekeeper 14 years earlier.

Yet Katherine, who has spoken before about her family's tight relationship, said the breakup has had little effect on the family dynamic. "We are very, very close and love one another – and just because my parents aren’t necessarily together, doesn’t mean anything or affect our family in any o…

Chief Justice Georgina Wood announces retirement

Ghana’s first female Chief Justice, Her Ladyship Georgina Theodora Wood would be ending her tenure in eight months. 
She has ahead of her departure asked her friends, colleagues and the entire country to pray for her indicating that “although it’s not ended, this is rather when I need His (God) grace and support more.”

Her ladyship is retiring later in May 2017 because per the statutes of Ghana, the Chief Justice like any other Justice of the Superior Courts, may voluntarily retire upon reaching the age of 60 or S/He can stay on until the compulsory retirement age of 70.

Madam Georgina Wood, 69 years was born on June 8, 1947 which means she attains the ripe old age of wisdom -70 in June 2017, hence her hint of exiting the position of the fourth highest arm of government.

She was appointed and sworn in by former President John Agyekum Kufour and assumed office on 15th June, 2007. Prior to that position, she had turned down an appointment to the Supreme Court by Former President …

Samuel Eto'o recalled by Antalyaspor after racism comments

Turkish club Antalyaspor lifted Samuel Eto'o's suspension and included him in the squad to face Galatasaray on Sunday, after warning him over his future conduct.
Former Cameroon captain Eto'o was suspended by the club until further notice last month after allegedly accusing the club leadership of racism on social media. 

Antalyaspor chairman Ali Safak Ozturk said Eto'o had expressed regret over the posting and had insisted it was not aimed at the club leadership. 
"We hope he will behave more carefully in the future and make a positive contribution to the team." Ozturk announced during a meeting with the squad.
35-year-old Eto'o had written the controversial post on his Instagram account last month in reference to a public criticism, saying:
"Perhaps some people do not feel respect for me because I am black."
Eto'o later made a second post denying the criticism was aimed at Antalyaspor chairman Ali Safak Ozturk, who had criticised Eto'…

Man City lose, Chelsea 2-0 Hull city, Man U 1-1 Stoke (All the weekend's EPL results)

Man City lost for the first time this season to Tottenham 0-2 while two goals from Willian and Diego Costa were enough for a resilient and determined Chelsea side to defeat Hull city at the KCOM Stadium.

Leroy Fer's 8th minute goal wasn't enough for Swansea as a spirited Liverpool side scored two goals through Roberto Firmino and James Milner. 
Manchester United despite having all the possesion in the world and being the better team over 90 mins still played out a 1-1 draw with Stoke City at Old Trafford after goals from Anthony Martial and Joe Allen. See the other results of EPL matches this weekend

Tottenham 2-0 Man City

Swansea City 1 - 2 Liverpool
 Hull City 0 - 2 Chelsea

 Sunderland 1 - 1 West Bromwich Albion

 Watford 2 - 2 AFC Bournemouth

 West Ham United 1 - 1 Middlesbrough

Asiedu Nketia escapes death in motor crash

The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has escaped unscathed when his vehicle hit a taxi on the Kintampo-Techiman road in the Brong Ahafo region Sunday.

General Mosquito, as he is affectionately called, was on his way to Kumasi with other NDC members when a Daewoo Matiz with registration number BA 2507-14 rammed into his vehicle.

The driver of the taxi sustained severe injuries and has been rushed to the hospital for treatment.

The police and the Municipal Chief Executive for Kintampo North, Justice Michael Baffuor, have confirmed the motor crash.
“The General Secretary called me that the taxi driver crossed him while he was heading to Kumasi, but nothing happened to him. So I have given them a new car and they have taken off to Kumasi,” the MCE told the media after the incident.

Mr. Nketia has been crisscrossing the country as the campaign ahead of the 2016 elections heats up. He was on his way to Kumasi on official duties.

Source: …

Ken Agyepong gate-crashes Sam George’s campaign launch

New Patriotic Party (NPP) firebrand Kennedy Agyepong is making waves on social media after being spotted in ‘selfies’ with some ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters at the campaign launch of Sam George in Ningo-Prampram.

The opposition lawmaker of Assin North could be seen cladded in NDC paraphernalia in an elated disposition with some jubilant NDC supporters known as ‘Doves for Mahama’ and ‘Diplomatic Platform’ at the event.

One of the NDC supporters told the vociferous opposition MP, who was also attending an NPP event within the precinct, capitalised on the occasion for a photo session in the spirit of unity going into the 2016 elections.

His presence at the event, which stunned many NDC sympathisers, attracted a lot of spectacle as more of the supporters mobbed him for selfies.

Ghana’s seventh election under the Fourth Republic is slated for December 7, 2016 and it is a close contest between incumbent John Mahama and opposition leader Nana…

Police stop mum from jumping in front of train with her 9 year old daughter

A suicidal mom, 43 year old Gabriella Georgescu, holding her 9-year-old daughter threatened to jump in front of an oncoming subway train in Midtown, New York on Friday. 
According to the Police, Georgesc was raving and ranting about killing herself and her child as she stood close to the edge of the platform at 59th St. and Lexington Ave. just before 5 p.m.
Alarmed passengers and an MTA worker who heard her threats alerted the police. A plainclothes police officer arrived to find Georgescu leaning near the gap as a northbound 6 train rolled into the station, according to cops.

The officer quickly slapped cuffs on her before she could jump, an NYPD spokesman said.
Another officer grabbed the little girl, who had bruises on her back was later taken into the custody of the city Administration for Child’s Services. The bruises on the little girl's back, led cops to suspect that she had been abused.

Georgescu, who is believed to have been visiting a relative in the city at the t…

Trump Tax Records Obtained by The Times Reveal He Could Have Avoided Paying Taxes for Nearly Two Decades

Donald Trump's business losses in 1995 were so large that they could have allowed him to legally avoid paying federal income tax for up to 18 years, The New York Times reports.
In a story published early on Sunday, the Times said it anonymously received the first pages of Trump's 1995 state income tax filings in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut - showing a net loss of $915,729,293 in federal taxable income for that year.
According to tax experts hired by the newspaper, provisions in the tax code would have allowed Trump to use his near $916m loss to cancel out an equivalent amount of taxable income over an 18-year period.

The Times said that although Trump's taxable income in subsequent years is unknown, a $916m loss in 1995 would have been large enough to wipe out more than $50m a year in taxable income over 18 years.
Trump's former accountant Jack Mitnick, whose name appears as Trump's tax preparer of the filings, said the documents appeared to be au…

Kylie Jenner spends $12 million on a 4th home

19 year old Kylie Jenner just dropped $12 million on her fourth home in Los Angeles county,  according to Trulia. This home is her third mansion which is located in the exclusive Hidden Hills community.  

The sprawling 13,200-square-foot Cape Cod style mansion has eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, per the realtor listing, along with a home theatre, a massage room and a pool with a view. 
More photos of the home

Abeiku Santana Remodels Ghana’s Tourism

Known for his entertaining and vibrant personality, Abeiku Santana has taken on the responsibility of revamping the Ghanaian tourism sector. He’s running an informative and educative campaign on the various attractions in Ghana that will catch many a tourists’ attention.

With over a decade experience in radio in various parts of Ghana, his work with the Kenyan Tourist Board and his popular nationwide ‘Alomo’ tours; it is safe to say that he is the right man for the job. He has launched periodic social media campaigns on the subject of Ghanaian tourism and has been on the road, educating commercial drivers and street vendors on how to relate with tourists and foreigners, in general.

Asked why he’s taken upon the responsibility of Ghanaian tourism, he said “Ghana has so many stories and history to share with the world. The people have varied cultures; the language, food, clothing, etc. Even though we are a very diversified group of people, we are still able to function in a u…

Great-grandson beats great-grandmother to death, regrets not killing his own mother

A 23 year old man, Gary Bias has been accused of fatally beating his 82 year old great-grandmother, Ella-Nae Bias,  to death and tying up his mom. Bias told police after he got arrested that he regretted not having the chance to finish off his mother.
Gary Bias’ twisted admission was revealed by prosecutors at his Saturday arraignment as he was hit with murder and attempted murder charges.

The 23-year-old accused killer was ordered held without bail hours after members of his Alphabet City neighborhood called for his head.
A neighbour of the great-grandmother, Moses Ware said:
“If I see the kid I would break his neck”. “That lady was so nice."
Another neighbour said:
"It's a sad situation, I just want to cry and scream”. “It's so unbelievable for a great grandson to kill his great grandmother. When you're 82 years old, how can you defend yourself from your own blood?" 
Police say that Bias went to his Great-grandmother's house looking for money and clot…

Orthodox Church snubs Pope Francis in Georgia

Pope Francis has wrapped up a visit to Georgia with fresh gestures of friendship towards the Orthodox Church despite being snubbed by the local patriarchate.
Francis celebrated Mass on Saturday in Tbilisi's Mikheil Meskhi Stadium, where less than 3,000 of the facility's 27,000 seats were filled.
"A Mass by Pope Francis to a half-empty stadium shows just how much of a minority Catholics are in Georgia," said Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker, reporting from Tbilisi.

"More than 80 percent of the population is Georgian Orthodox Christian."
The Vatican had expected the Georgian Orthodox Church to send a delegation to the Mass in Tbilisi, even though the patriarchate announced earlier this week that its clergy could not take part "due to dogmatic differences" dating back to the Middle Ages.
In the end, Greg Burke, Vatican spokesperson, confirmed that no Orthodox bishops showed up.
Closing Mass, Francis strayed from a scripted speech, thanking…