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Showing posts from August 17, 2018

I Wasn’t Fired At EIB Network – Kafui Dey

Former co-host of GhOne TV’s Morning Show "GHToday", Kafui Dey has issued a statement to discredit news report that he was fired at Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) Network.

Landlord Accuses R. Kelly of Taking Stove, Causing $203,400 in 'Extensive Damage' to Rentals

An Atlanta-area property company is suing Grammy-winning R&B artist R. Kelly for $203,400 over "extensive damage" to two homes he rented.

Turkish football team sells 18 players to buy 10 goats

A Turkish football team, Gulspor, has sold 18 youth players and bought 10 goats in a bid to earn ‘extra money from milk sales’ which they say will be used to serve the club’s priority needs.

Photos: Woman becomes the youngest person in the US to get a full face transplant after surviving suicide attempt

22-year-old Katie Stubblefield has successfully had a full face transplant after she lost most of her face in an attempted suicide when she was 18.

Annie~Joy writes: Support. Part 2 #BeInspired!

Take a cue from Moses in the Bible, when he was given the dream and vision to go and rescue Israel from Pharaoh. He alone was made to understand that vision and when he got there, the people of Israel, he came to save weren’t even showing enough sign of support for his vision.

Kofi Amoabeng breaks silence a year after collapse of UT Bank

Prince Kofi Amoabeng has broken his silence on the collapse of UT Bank and said he was quiet and refrained from commenting on the developments for a number of reasons including the fact that the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) was continuing with investigations on the circumstances leading to UT Bank’s collapse.

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams’ journey as a father & shepherd of God’s flock in new Glitz Africa Magazine

Glitz Africa is thrilled to announce the release of its 21st issue specially themed to celebrate fathers! 

Google employees criticise 'censored China search engine'

Hundreds of Google employees have written to the company to protest against plans to launch a "censored search engine" in China.