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Ghana: Citadel Of Democracy In Africa

In many ways, the challenges of Africa democracy are a reflection of what is currently going on in Ghana. Democracy in the west has evolved over centuries and even then,


Rwanda: Pastor Rick Warren Seeks Solace in Rwanda

Renowned preacher, Pastor Rick Warren has said that his Prayer trip to Rwanda this August 2013 has brought consolation to his life and struggles after he lost his son to


Ghana: Ohemaa Mercy Inspires-Musicians

(THE GHANAIAN CHRONICLE) One of Ghana’s hit performers on live band gospel musicians, Ohemaa Mercy last Sunday took the 12 MTN hitmaker contestants through a surprised moment with a visit


Christian Woman in Pakistan Beaten, Sentenced to Death ‘For Being Thirsty’

By Katherine Weber, Christian Post Reporter A Christian woman in Pakistan has claimed that she was handed a death sentence simply because she was “thirsty.” The mother of five, who


Mali capital Bamako hit by deadly floods

At least 24 people have been killed in flash floods following torrential rain in Mali’s capital, Bamako, the government says. Some minibus taxis full of passengers were swept away by


Supreme Court Dismisses NPP’s Petition…Mahama “Validly” Elected

(PEACE FM)-Ghana’s Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a petition filed by the 2012 Presidential candidate of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo; his running mate

Headlines Politics

Ghana: Supreme Court to rule on John Mahama win after NPP challenge

BBC News – Ghana’s Supreme Court is due to rule on an opposition petition to annul President John Mahama’s narrow victory in last year’s disputed election. The NPP alleges that


Congo-Kinshasa: Goma Anglican Church, School Damaged in Missile Attacks

Anglican Communion News Service (London) PRESS RELEASE Several missiles exploded late afternoon on August 22 in central Goma causing significant damage to St Paul’s Anglican Church and destroying three classrooms

Church & Ministries

Liberia: LCC Frowns On Sunday Marathon

(THE ANALYST) Monrovia — The Liberian Council of Churches says it is taken aback by the decision of organizers of last Sunday’s Marathon Parade to choose the Lord’s Day for


Ghana: Supreme Court will rule in Ghana’s favour – Duncan-Williams

The Supreme Court ruling on the 2012 presidential election petition will serve the interest of the country, the General Overseer of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has stated. He