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U20 WORLD CUP WRAP: GERMANY SMASHES FIJI, NIGERIA LOSES TO BRAZIL PDF Print E-mail
A round-up of Monday's FIFA U20 World Cup Group matches.
 
Nigeria 2-4 Brazil
 
After an exciting first half that ended 2-2, the young Brazilians seized the initiative against the Flying Eagles of  Nigeria, as they scored two unanswered second half goals to run out 4-2 victors. Judivan scored a brace for Brazil, and Gabriel Jesus and Boschilla scored one each, while Isaac Success and Musa Yahaya scored for Nigeria.
 
MamaYe Campaign condemns Obinim’s exorcism on pregnant women PDF Print E-mail

The MamaYe Campaign and the Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR) have noted with surprise, a video circulating in the media in what seems to be a deliverance session being performed by a ‘man of God’ on a pregnant woman.
The 42 seconds video shows a despicable attempt by a man believed to be the head pastor of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, commanding demons to leave the body of the purported pregnant woman while stomping on her abdomen.
A statement signed by Vicky T. Okine, Executive Director of ARHR, condemned the action of the individual captured in the video and called on the Ghana Health Service and law enforcement agencies to protect unborn children and their mothers from practices which put their lives at risk.
The statement said: “It is sad that in this day and age where organisations are working assiduously to reduce maternal and newborn deaths, some religious leaders are worsening the plight of women in Ghana through unorthodox healthcare promises and practices.”
“This action is a sad reflection of how gullible we are as a community and consequently, how susceptible we are to exploitation – both of which contribute negatively to maternal and newborn survival.
The statement called on the Christian Council and the Ghana Pentecostal Council to strengthen their monitoring processes to identify and rein in overzealous and exploitative leaders who prey on the lack of knowledge and vulnerability of the needy and lead them into situations that threaten their health and in this context, that of the unborn child. The health system is already stretched and we must eschew practices that are inimical to safe pregnancies and deliveries.

 
EastEnders Star Rudolph Walker and Football legend Les Ferdinand get behind the Be Clear on Cancer ‘Prostate Cancer’ campaign PDF Print E-mail

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Monday 20 October, 2014

EastEnders Star Rudolph Walker and Football legend Les Ferdinand get behind the Be Clear on Cancer ‘Prostate Cancer’ campaign

1 in 4 black men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime

EastEnders actor Rudolph Walker OBE and former England international footballer and Premier League coach Les Ferdinand MBE, are just two of the high profile names that have joined forces to raise awareness of the increased risk of prostate cancer amongst black men, as part of the ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign.

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KIM KARDASHIAN AND KANYE WEST EXPECTING SECOND CHILD SOURCE: BBC PDF Print E-mail
Kim Kardashian is pregnant again.
 
The reality television star, who is married to Kanye West, revealed the news in a teaser clip shown after the mid-season finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
 
"I just got the blood test back, and I am pregnant," she tells her sister Khloe Kardashian. The video also appears to show her going for a scan.
 
This will be the second child for the couple, who welcomed their daughter North West in June 2013.
 
MOHAMMED MORSI: EGYPT'S EX-LEADER SENTENCED TO DEATH Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
An Egyptian court has pronounced death sentences on ousted president Mohammed Morsi and more than 100 other people over a mass prison break in 2011.
 
Morsi is already serving a 20-year prison term for ordering the arrest and torture of protesters while in power.
 
Egypt's religious authorities will now have to give their opinion before the sentence can be carried out.
 
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