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Opposition wins Nigeria election

Nigerian presidential poll has been won by Muhammadu Buhari, in the country’s first election victory by the opposition. His opponent, Goodluck Jonathan, has conceded defeat and called Gen Buhari to

Headlines U.S.

Indiana governor says he wants to ‘fix’ religion law

BBC News – The governor of Indiana has said that he wants state lawmakers to “fix” a religious freedom law that has created a national outcry. Critics of the law

Church & Ministries

Christians mark Palm Sunday with message of Humility

Christians in the Tri-State Area on Sunday joined their fellow worshipers all over the world to celebrate Palm Sunday commemorating the biblical triumphant entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. At

Community News

Canada: Mansa Agbaku, Saint John teen, lands Currie Scholarship

By Rachel Cave, CBC News – A high school student in Saint John has been awarded one of the most generous undergraduate scholarships available in Canada. 17-year-old Mansa Agbaku says the $65,000 Currie Scholarship will cover four years

Headlines Politics

Early Nigeria Results Show Buhari Leading; Tampering Concerns Mount

VOA News, ABUJA, NIGERIA – Early results in Nigeria’s closely contested election showed former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari leading incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan, election officials said late Monday. Buhari won 10


Ghana: Gold, cocoa and… vegetables? Surprise ingredient of Ghana’s growing economy

(CNN)From leading the fight against colonial rule in Africa to triumphing in major sporting events, Ghanaians have a lot to feel proud of their country. This is after all one

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Sons of Africa, Sailors of America

By Shawn Eklund, US Naval Forces – Many U.S. Navy Sailors have come to Ghana for the first time to support Exercise Obangame Express 2015, but for some it was also an


Liberia Ebola Survivors Complain About Lack of Support

VOA News, Monrovia – For Liberian survivors of Ebola, the struggle is not over.  Many have lost property and family members, and often face tremendous stigma after being released from the hospital.


2 suspected robbers burnt to death in Kumasi – Two suspected robbers believed to be in their mid twenties, were set ablaze Monday morning after they were severely beaten by some angry residents of Ayigya Zongo, near the Affordable


G20 world leaders’ data emailed to football organisers

BBC News -The passport numbers and Visa details of 31 world leaders were accidentally emailed to the organisers of the Asian Cup in Australia before the G20 summit in Brisbane