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Say No to alcoholism, hooliganism- NJA College Principal counsels PDF Print E-mail

The Principal of Nustrat Jahan Ahmadiyya (NJA) College of Education, Ismail Hasmawu has admonished students to stay away from alcohol, hooliganism and examination malpractices.

Speaking at the 6th matriculation ceremony of the college in Wa, she described such practices as ‘‘life sucking bugs’’ which has the potential of destroying their future.
‘‘Your destiny is in your own hands. What you do today determines your future. Without discipline and hard work it will be difficult to succeed in any field of life. These are the nuts and bolts of a total education of the individual,’’ she stressed.

Nustrat Jahan Ahmadiyya (NJA) training College of Education was first established in 1970 as a girl’s academy.
It started on borrowed facilities before attracting the attention from government and was given a facelift.

 
6 GHANAIANS THROWN INTO MEDITERRANEAN SEA AFTER RELIGIOUS ROW PDF Print E-mail
The Foreign Ministry has confirmed that six Ghanaians were part of some twelve Christians thrown overboard a boat heading to Italy following a religious row.
 
According to the Ministry, only three of the drowned Ghanaians have been identified by the help of four survivors of the high seas incident.
 
The incident, which was reported by international news networks such as the BBC, indicated that all the migrants thrown overboard were feared dead.
 
4 THREATEN TO BURN DOWN SA HIGH COMMISSION PDF Print E-mail
Four persons on Friday threatened to burn down the South African High Commission in Accra in the heat of the xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa.
 
South Africa's High Commissioner to Ghana Ms Lulama Xingwana who disclosed this to the media in Accra on Monday said the Commission has been receiving threats from persons she did not name.
 
She said four men stormed the High Commission's premises Friday and forcefully tried to enter the offices but their effort was thwarted by the security attachment at the Commission.
 
US hostage 'killed by IS' PDF Print E-mail

A video posted online claims to show that Islamic State militants have killed the captured US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig.
In the video, a masked militant stands over a severed head which he says is that of Mr Kassig.

The US says it is working to determine the authenticity of the video, which also shows a mass beheading of Syrian troops.
Mr Kassig, also known as Peter, was captured last year.


His family, who live in the US state of Indiana, said they were awaiting confirmation of the reports about their "treasured son".

 
NIGERIA'S OPPOSITION MAKES REGIONAL ELECTION GAINS Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
The Nigerian opposition has made more gains in the final round of the country's election process.
 
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has retained the governorship in commercial hub Lagos and gained governorships in northern states Kaduna and Katsina.
 
Final results for 29 governorships and all 36 state assemblies are still being tallied.
 
Nigeria's governors control huge budgets and are among the country's most influential politicians.
 
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