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MoneyGram Extends Exclusive Relationship with UK Post Office E-mail

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London (March 24th, 2014) — MoneyGram (NASDAQ: MGI), a leading global money transfer and payment services company has extended its exclusive relationship with Post Office Limited in the UK. The agreement allows customers to send and receive funds at over 11,500 Post Offices across the UK. The Post Office, which serves almost 18 million people a week, has been a MoneyGram agent since 1997.

Charmaine Case- Breast Cancer Campaign E-mail

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Who is Charmaine Case?

Macmillan Breast Clinical Nurse Specialist Working at St George's Healthcare Trust for 13 years within this role. Studied a Degree in Cancer Nursing at the Royal Marsden Hospital. I have worked at Croydon University Hospital and trained in Canterbury Kent. My role involves supporting Breast cancer patients undergoing all cancer treatments. Surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, endocrine and targeted therapies. Also supporting patients with metastatic Breast cancer.
Information provider.Clinical expertise & knowledge. Education and teaching patients, family and professionals.
Keyworker for referrals onto other members of the multidisciplinary team. Providing support for patients, family and friends regarding the breast cancer experience. Advising regarding coping with the cancer, talking to children and other family members.

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Leadership has failed Ghanaians — Prof. Martey E-mail

The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG), Rt Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey, has urged Ghanaians to put their trust in God becuase the leadership of the nation has failed them.

According to the moderator, “we are living in a corrupt society and that Ghanaians should not look up to today’s leadership because they are not giving us any good examples.”

Seven dead as job-seekers stampede at Nigerian stadium E-mail

At least seven people were killed and dozens injured in Nigeria’s capital after thousands of panicked job-seekers stampeded during a government recruitment drive in the national stadium on Saturday.

Survivors told AFP that thousands had gathered to apply for jobs with the immigration department in the Abuja stadium.

Social Welfare closes down 48 children’s homes E-mail

The Department of Social Welfare (DSW) has, from 2007 to date, closed down 48 children’s homes and orphanages because they were unregistered.

The objective of the exercise is to ensure that standards and safety measures for running such facilities are strictly adhered to. 

The National Coordinator of Orphanage and Vulnerable Children (OVC) at the DSW, Mr Fred Sekyi Boafo, told the Daily Graphic that the 48 children’s homes and orphanages were operating without the appropriate licences or documentation. 

Dbanj- My father is not proud of my music career E-mail

So many entertainment celebrities have their different stories to tell on how their parents view their chosen careers. Nigerian music star, D’banj is not left out in the debate as he has revealed that his father isn’t overjoyed about his music career.


Even though the Nigerian star enjoyed international success with his 2012 smash hit Oliver Twist and has sold over 11 million albums in his career, he revealed that his dad remains concerned that a career in music isn’t sustainable.




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