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Estimated £31.5 million to be transferred by UK’s global workforce on ‘Family Friday’‏ PDF Print E-mail

W13-0259-Africa Caribbean-Christmas300x250Estimated £31.5 million to be transferred by UK’s global workforce on ‘Family Friday’
• 20th December is peak day in global money transfer market
• £650 million to be transferred in December
• 2.5 million individuals expected to send money to family and friends by the end of the month
• Romanians are most generous workforce

 
Ghanaian artist immortalises Nelson Mandela in Charcoal PDF Print E-mail
The death of former South African leader, Nelson Mandela has only triggered waves of tributes across the world and equally inspired artistes to immortalize his memory in different forms and shapes. From music, movies and to paintings, his images continue to trend across the world. And on Saturday 14 at 5pm at the Villa Monticello, young Ghanaian artist, Kendal Nkrumah will exhibit, for the first time, some of the fine images he has of the late leader.
Last Updated on Friday, 13 December 2013 18:22
 
President Mahama to cut sod for Takoradi Harbour expansion PDF Print E-mail

A man believed to be in his 70s, who claimed to.be a wizard, was on Wednesday found on the banks of the Okrudu River at Kaimebre, a settlement near the Kasoa New Market in the Central Region..

The man, who gave his name as Charles Atta, looked frail, pale and bore protruding breasts like that of a teenage girl.

His body was smeared with mud from the bank of the river where he was found by two brothers, Liberty Obeng and Innocent Obeng, who claimed they found the strange man crying for help.

 
'I saw my Mandela... and all I could do was cry' PDF Print E-mail

Hundreds of people walked past me as I made my way to where Nelson Mandela lay in a wood and glass coffin - all I could hear was the sound of my heart beating hard against my chest.

There were two queues - one on either side of the coffin. Four men dressed in white uniform stood guard around it.

In front of them a petite policewoman directed the flow of traffic: "One to my left, one to my right, please," she said as I approached.

 
"When we as ked him where he was coming from, Atta told us that he was from Akuapem Akropong but was flying to Cape Coast to attend a meeting for witches and wizards," he said. Charles also confessed that the two puffy protrusions on his chest were brea PDF Print E-mail
 
"When we as ked him where he was coming from, Atta told us that he was from Akuapem Akropong but was flying to Cape Coast to attend a meeting for witches and wizards," he said.
 
Charles also confessed that the two puffy protrusions on his chest were breasts taken from his 16-year- old granddaughter and that he normally borrowed them for his night activities.
 
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