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First Lady donates to seven Orphanages E-mail

first ladyMrs Lordina Mahama, the First Lady, has donated food items and an unspecified amount of money to seven Orphanage Homes in the country.

The orphanages include Anfaani and Tamale Children’s Home in the Northern Region, Let the kids smile at Nkoranza, Frank May and Bethesda Homes at Techiman in the Brong-Ahafo Region, as well as Osu Children’s Home and Christ Faith Forster Home in the Greater Accra Region.

The items include bags of rice, sugar, cartons of milk, toiletries and laptops.

The donation is an annual affair by the Lordina Foundation for the less privileged, especially during the festive seasons.  

 
Liberia vote count in Ebola-hit poll E-mail

liberia ebolaVotes are being counted in Liberia's senate election held on Saturday despite a deadly Ebola outbreak.

Turnout in the poll - which had been planned for October - was low as many people decided to stay away.

Those who came to polling stations had their temperature taken, were told to stand a metre (3ft) apart and wash their hands before and after voting.

Ebola has killed more than 7,373 people in West Africa - with 3,346 deaths in Liberia, the UN says.

Among the 139 candidates vying for 15 seats were former football star George Weah and Robert Sirleaf, the son of Liberia's president.

 
Runaway-parents collapsing Children's Hospital E-mail

princess marieThe increasing number of parents who refuse to pay for their children’s bills at the Princess Marie Louise Hospital [Children's Hospital] in Accra is now posing a serious financial risk to the facility.

It is becoming a daily ritual where parents abscond with their kids when they feel that the children are getting better, hospital administrator Madam Francisca Sefakor Kumahor has revealed.

It is quite disturbing, she indicated, that even though the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is admissible there, such parents would not take advantage of it.

According to Madam Francisca Kumahor, the location of the hospital has exposed it to slum dwellers who are the worst offenders of reneging in settling bills.

 
Fire razes shops at Tiptoe Lane E-mail
fireMany shops at Popular business area of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra, Tiptoe Lane, was razed by fire Thursday. The fire which started around midnight consumed several stalls and shops which had been closed for the day. Some stalls and shops were occupied by “Kayaye” (porters) when the fire struck. It took personnel from the Ghana Fire Service several minutes to douse the flames which swept through the packed business area. The cause of the fire is not immediately known, neither was it known whether any casualties or injuries resulted from the blaze.
 
2014 Miss World attributes win to African heritage E-mail

sa beautyRolene Strauss, the proud winner of Miss World 2014, has attributed her win to her African background. The South African beauty spoke to the BBC and said that her African Heritage played a role in her winning as she learnt about unity, respect and love for fellow human beings.

She is the second South African woman to win the Miss World pageant.

The 22-year-old beauty is also a medical student, giving her the perfect combination of brains as well as looks. Rolene, who was born in South Africa, spoke of the rich culture of her home Nation.  Writing on her own website, Ms. Strauss, who is single, said of her and her family ‘We moved to a small town called Volksrust, in Mpumalanga, ever since then I was a small town girl with big dreams’.

 

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