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Ghana ranks 117th on financial secrecy index

Ghana is ranked 117th out of 133 countries on the 2020 Financial Secrecy Index (FSI), garnering a score of 52 and accounting for 0.01 percent of global market in offshore financial services. The FSI ranks each country based on the intensity of its legal and financial systems with a secrecy …

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Fury beats Wilder to win WBC heavyweight title

Briton Tyson Fury became a Champion again, knocking down American undefeated Deontay Wilder in the seventh-round to win the WBC Heavyweight Title in last Vegas early this morning. In one of boxing’s most anticipated rematches in years, Fury defeated Deontay Wilder via a TKO at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in …

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Why Boko Haram singles out Christians – Army

UNABLE to weather sustained attacks from the military against their activities, the Boko Haram insurgents have resorted to guerilla tactics and targeting Christians to cause confusion and chaos in the country, the Commander 7th Division of Nigeria Army in Maiduguri, Brig Gen Abdul Khalifa Ibrahim, has said. In recent times …

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Two hacked to death as rival cult groups clash

Two persons lost their lives on Friday in a clash between two rival cult groups, Aiye and Eiye confraternities, in the Mile 12 area of Lagos State. It was learnt that the fight broke out around 1pm after some aiye members invaded the neighbourhood on the account that their rival …

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How Boko Haram operated in Adamawa community for six hours

Fresh revelations have emerged on how Boko Haram insurgents attacked Garkida town in Gombi Local Government Area of Adamawa State for six hours on Friday night. The town is located on the Gombi-Biu – Damaturu Road, which shares proximity with Southern Borno and Sambisa Forest. Reports say police barracks, churches …

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Pastor invited for family deliverance dies in his sleep

A pastor, who is to perform a deliverance on a family in Anambra State, died in his sleep hours before the exercise. It was gathered that the pastor was invited to Anambra from Warri, Delta State. A member of the family, who pleaded anonymity, said that the development was a …

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Meet the girl born with for legs and hands

A child was born with extra legs and Hands making it 8 limbs and the father and mother were poor labourers who didn’t earn much from their job and couldn’t afford the surgery for their daughter so they could remove the extra hands and legs she was born with. She …

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Ugandans ‘eat locusts’ after they devoured their crops

People in Uganda’s northern district of Kitgum are eating desert locusts that have devoured their crops, according to Uganda Radio Network (URN) news agency. The agency reports that poor harvests in the area have forced residents to make locusts their alternative sources of food. But some were concerned about possible …

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NPP executive dies after invoking curses on MP

A disappointed polling station official who conjured curses from a river god to strike dead the Member of Parliament (MP) Asante Akyem North Constituency Lawyer Andy Appiah-Kubi, the voting demographic Chairman Sampson Agyei, William Aboagye and other voting public administrators for suspending him from the gathering is dead. Speaking to My …

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Church refuses to bury man who stopped paying tithe

A church has been accused of refusing to officiate the burial ceremony of a man who stopped attending the church three years ago and also stopped paying tithe. A colleague’s father died and their church (name withheld) is refusing to officiate the burial. They claim he stopped attending the church …

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Mammoth crowd ‘drowns’ Akufo-Addo as he arrives to file nominations

Hundreds of party enthusiasts thronged the premises of the New Patriotic Party (NPP)’s Headoffice, Thursday afternoon to welcome President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as he files to contest in the party’s presidential primaries. Clad in party colours with various regalias, these supporters, with music playing in the background danced about, others waving as the …

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SONA debate boycott: Minority yet to take a decision

The Minority in Parliament says it is yet to decide if it will participate in discussions concerning the 2020 State of the Nation Address (SONA) delivered by President Nana Akufo-Addo on Thursday or not. This comes after the Majority in Parliament vowed not to allow them participate in any debate associated with the …

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