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Power of “The Return Baptism” done at Assin Manso Slave River in Ghana

Please know, the Ministry of the Future (MOF) has played an important role in awakening the Ghana government; that is, Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), to the historical and Prophetical significance of the African Diaspora Burial Site and Slave River at Assin Manso in the Central Region of Ghana. According to Dr. Maulana of the MOF, The ‘Year of Return’ 2019 …

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Drolor Bosso Adamtey I opens up to TheAfricanDream.net in a candid interview

When TheAfricanDream.net asked Drolor Bosso Adamtey I (the first) about his source of inspiration when beginning his work, he responded: “The words and actions of my parents; pointing me to the future greatly inspired me. Additionally, I am inspired when I see the vulnerable population, especially those marginalized and poor being denied their fundamental human rights.”  Drolor Bosso Adamtey I, …

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Malawi 2020 Presidential Elections to hold amid covid-19

Malawi national coat of arms Presidential elections set to hold amid covid-19 according to the courts of the Republic of Malawi come July 2020. Malawi is a landlocked country in Southeastern Africa that was formerly known as Nyasaland. It is bordered by Zambia to the west, Tanzania to the north and northeast, and Mozambique surrounding on the east, south, and …

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Avani and Challenging Heights win 2020 Juliette Gimon Courage Awards

Global Fund for Children announces the winners of its 2020 Juliette Gimon Courage Awards today, recognizing innovative grassroots organizations Avani in India and Challenging Heights in Ghana for work to advance children’s rights despite extreme challenges. On opposite sides of the world, both winning organizations are led by survivors of forced child labor and modern slavery, who have dedicated their careers to protecting other young people …

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Embassy of Ghana in US collaborates with Sonnie Badu for virtual concert

The Embassy of Ghana in the US has collaborated with UK-based Ghanaian Gospel singer, Sonnie Badu, to organize a virtual concert for Ghanaians. Sonnie Badu (PhD) in photo courtesy Rock Hill Church Sonnie will be joined by a host of other celebrated acts from the Ghana gospel circles like Joe Mettle at the concert dubbed “Ghana Unites Against Covid-19” which will be …

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Coronavirus: Italy’s PM outlines lockdown easing measures

Italy has outlined plans to ease the strict restrictions it imposed seven weeks ago to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said the measures would be relaxed from 4 May, with people being allowed to visit their relatives in small numbers. Parks, factories and building sites will reopen, but schools will not restart classes until September. …

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Coronavirus: Spain records lowest daily death toll as lockdown eases

Spain, which has been one of the countries worst hit in the coronavirus pandemic, has reported its lowest daily death toll in more than a month. Its health ministry said earlier that 288 more people had died of the virus, the lowest number since 20 March. The figure is a steep drop from the 378 deaths recorded on Saturday. On …

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Hopes dashed as coronavirus drug remdesivir ‘fails first trial’

A potential antiviral drug for the coronavirus has reportedly failed in its first randomised clinical trial. There had been widespread hope that remdesivir could treat Covid-19. But a Chinese trial showed that the drug had not been successful, according to draft documents accidentally published by the World Health Organization. The drug did not improve patients’ condition or reduce the pathogen’s …

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is ‘alive and well’, South Korea says

South Korea continued to pour water on mounting speculation about the health of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, telling CNN he is “alive and well.” “Our government position is firm,” Moon Chung-in, the top foreign policy adviser to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, told CNN. “Kim Jong Un is alive and well. He has been staying in the Wonsan area since …

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The top 10 African countries most affected by covid-19

52 African countries have confirmed cases of coronavirus with tally of cases now surpassing the 30,000 mark, according to latest figures. The continent has recorded 30,329 cases so far with 1,374 deaths and 9,106 recoveries as at April 26, 2020. Northern and Western sub-regions of Africa have higher cases all surpassing the 7,000 mark and central Africa appears the least affected. Nine …

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