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Teacher builds dam with his OWN money to provide electricity for his entire village

Teacher uses his own savings to build dam that provides electricity to his entire village The residents of Bolodou, a village in rural Guinea, have been using battery-powered lamps at…

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Okay FM Host:Sacking of Abeiku Santana as tourism ambassador draws mixed reaction

  On Thursday, a statement from the Ministry of Tourism of Ghana said Abeiku Santana’s designation came to an end after a new list of ambassadors was drafted by the…

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Runtown’s new N150m Lamborghini spotted on a tow truck after breaking down

Runtown’s newly acquired Lamborghini, was spotted on a tow truck, yesterday, Sunday, after allegedly breaking down in Lagos. Folks are blaming it on bad road, others, say he’s probably shipping…

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“The biggest mistake I made in my life was allow Peter sing on my first solo song, Bank Alert” – Paul Okoye

Paul Okoye has shared his biggest regret, and he’s revealed that it was allowing his twin brother, Peter sing in his first solo song, Bank Alert. Paul took to his…

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Wizkid makes history, becomes the first African artiste to sell out at Royal Albert Hall in London (Photos/Video)

Who said an African cannot have a sold out show at one of the UK’s most iconic venues? Well, Wizkid made history last night, September 29th by becoming the first…

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Marijuana exports could generate revenue for Ghana — Prof. Dodoo

The acting Executive Director of the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA), Professor Alex Dodoo, says he supports the production of marijuana for export, since the herbs are used for medical purposes…

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Royal school run: Prince George’s first day ‘a success’

Prince George went to school for the first time Thursday, but it was a rite of passage missed by his mother, who is struggling with acute morning sickness in the…

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Pope to Colombians: There has been too much hatred, violence

Pope Francis urged Colombians on Thursday to come together to heal the divisions spawned by five decades of armed conflict and address the entrenched inequality that sparked Latin America’s longest-running…

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