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Nogokpo Shrine predicts coronavirus will disappear April 19

A Senior Panel Member of the Zakadza Shrine, popularly known as Nogokpo Shrine, Williams Amuzu Agbodzalo, has said COVID-19 would clear off the shores of Ghana and Africa after rituals on April 19. He said the shrine delayed to perform rituals for Torgbui Zakadza (god of thunder) scheduled for March …

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Coronavirus: TB Joshua ‘hot’ as prophecy deadline nears

Over a week ago, his prophecy hit the media space, giving some sort of hope to the world, considering his influence and popularity. “This month, 27th, it will be over (referring to the coronavirus),” Prophet Joshua was captured saying earlier, during one of his sermons to the congregation at the …

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Ghana’s education system needs serious attention – NGO

Education in Ghana forms a major basis for development in all aspects in the country. As I Grow (NGO) over the years has undertaken various projects which cut across education, advocacy work on youth Empowerment, social interventions, donations and economic empowerment projects which are all geared towards impacting the lives …

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Expensive Independence Day celebrations must be scrapped – Inusah Fuseini

The Ranking Member on Parliament’s Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Inusah Fuseini, is advocating for the scrapping of the elaborate ceremonies that characterize the nation’s Independence Day celebrations. He argues that the cost associated with such activities could be rather channeled to other important sectors of the economy aimed at …

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Accra is generally clean – Sanitation Minister insists

The Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources, Cecilia Dapaah says Accra is generally clean, despite government’s inability to fulfil the promise of making Accra the cleanest city in Africa by 2020. She made the statement in Parliament on Thursday while answering a question posed to her on sanitation in the …

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