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Sudan: Four Nigerian Peacekeepers Killed in West Darfur E-mail

Khartoum — Unknown gunmen killed four Nigerian soldiers and wounded eight others in an ambush in the capital of West Darfur state, El Geneina. According to the hybrid peacekeeping operation, the assailants opened fire on the UNAMID military patrol from different directions at two kilometres from the office of the mission on Tuesday evening.

“We Shall Not Fail”, Jonathan Assures Nigerians On Independence Day E-mail

Below is the full text of the 52nd Independence Anniversary speech of President Goodluck Jonathan: “Beloved countrymen and women, on this day, fifty-two years ago, our founding fathers brought joy and hope to the hearts of our people when they won independence for our great country. Nigeria made a clean break with more than six decades of colonial rule, and emerged as a truly independent nation. That turning point was a new beginning for our nation.

Nigeria: Saudi Arabia Insists On Deportation of 1,000 Detained Female Pilgrims E-mail

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) stated yesterday that it would transport back to Nigeria all the 1,000 female pilgrims detained in Saudi Arabia.

Biggest cannabis haul from Ghana seized at Heathrow Airport E-mail

Border officers at Heathrow Airport have made their biggest cannabis seizure in three years after containers arriving on a plane from Ghana were found with drugs worth £4.3million.

Nigeria: JTF Raids Boko Haram Bomb Factory, Arrests 156 Suspects E-mail

Yola — The Joint Task Force, JTF, has raided a bomb factory operated by the suspected Boko Haram members in Mubi, the commercial nerve centre of Adamawa State, and arrested no fewer than 156 members of the sect, including six females and five children.

'Mr. President, Ghana is not for sale! NPP tells Mahama E-mail

The New Patriotic Party says President John Mahama cannot be trusted to deal effectively with corruption in Ghana. The party at a press conference, Tuesday listed many botched agreements in which the sitting president was involved, and accused him of losing for the nation, huge sums of money in pursuit of those deals which it described as questionable.

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MoneyGram Begins Back-To-School Season with $100,000 Gift to World Vision E-mail

Donation will reach 10,000 students on four continents
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- MoneyGram hopes to put smiles on the faces of 10,000 children around the world, while bringing them closer to their education goals, through an effort with World Vision to provide new school supplies in more than a dozen countries across Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America. To kick off the new school year, which begins closer to the start of the calendar year in many countries, MoneyGram (NYS: MGI) selected World Vision to receive a $100,000 donation in support of education in countries with the greatest identified need.

Vodafone rocks Kumasi with 020 Live Concert E-mail

The Engineering Auditorium of KNUST was on Saturday night set alight and alive with the crème-de-la-crème of Ghanaian artistes as Vodafone gave Oseikrom a taste of what is to rock Ghana come Saturday, 29th of September at the annual Vodafone 020 Live concert.

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