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In Sub-Saharan Africa, 1 in 5 Twins Dies Before Age 5

VOA News – One in five twins born in sub-Saharan Africa dies before turning 5, even as infant mortality has dropped sharply for lone babies in the region, scientists said

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She just graduated college and is starting her Ph.D. — and she’s only 18

USA Today – While many students have just graduated from high school, 18-year-old Nigeria native Nkechinyere Chidi-Ogbolu is not your typical teen. Chidi-Ogbolu just graduated summa cum laude from Howard

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Mfantsipim Old Boys Association holds first dinner dance fundraiser in Maryland

The Mfantsipim Old Boys Association (MOBA) gathered in Maryland in the USA on the Memorial Day weekend for a 3-day conference, networking, and fundraiser event in the Diaspora as they

Headlines News

My Improbable Graduation: From A Tiny Village In Ghana To Johns Hopkins

NPR – When I was about 5 years old, my father passed away and life took a dramatic turn. My uncles from my father’s side took all his properties, per

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Brooklyn DA candidate vows to root out misconduct from within

New York Post  –  A candidate vying ​to be Brooklyn’s next ​d​istrict ​a​ttorney blasted the current administration Thursday for not ​doing enough to prevent future w​​rongful convictions. Ama Dwimoh vowed

Church & Ministries News

Captain Mahama’s lynching: ‘We do it every day and we will continue to do it’ – Otabil – Pastor Mensa Otabil thinks that the instant justice meted out to Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama which resulted in his lynching is a cultural issue. According to him, “the only

Church & Ministries

Catholic Church is the most anointed church in the world – Dag Heward-Mills

The founder and Presiding Bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel International, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills has endorsed the Catholic Church. According to the Minister of God, the Catholic Church is “the most

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Ghanaian woman walking toward Canada found dead near Minnesota border

Star Tribune – Authorities suspect that the woman from Ghana had traveled from Delaware to northwestern Minnesota in the hope of crossing to Canada and reuniting with her daughter there.