10 HEALTH BENEFITS OF CASHEW.

10 HEALTH BENEFITS OF CASHEW. Though not many people would be aware, the fact of the matter is that there are some amazing benefits as far as cashew nuts are concerned. We will try and have a look at 10 obvious health benefits associated with cashew nuts. We hope it will help customers know the products better.   Share This Image On Your Site Prevents Cancer Cashew nuts have a very important source of flavonols by the name Proanthocyanidins which has cancer tumor cell fighting capabilities. It helps to prevent cancer cells by dividing and growing further. It also is a rich source of copper which has anti-cancer properties. Keeps

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ASANTEHENE CALLS FOR URGENT REFORMS AT A-G’s OFFICE.

ASANTEHENE CALLS FOR URGENT REFORMS AT A-G’s OFFICE. The reforms, according to him, have become even critical in view of the establishment of the Office of the Special Prosecutor to help fight corruption. Otumfuo Osei Tutu made the call when the Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Ms Gloria Afua Akufo, paid a courtesy call on him at the Manhyia Palace in Kumasi. The Minister was in Kumasi as part of her official visit to the department and agencies under her Ministry in the Ashanti Region. The Asantehene pointed out that the delays by the Department to provide timely legal advice to state and police prosecutors to discharge their duties

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GHANAIANS MUST ASSIST GOVERNMENT TO SOLVE SANITATION CRISIS – RAWLINGS.

GHANAIANS MUST ASSIST GOVERNMENT TO SOLVE SANITATION CRISIS – RAWLINGS. Former President John Rawlings has called on residents of Accra to assist the government to rid their communities of filth. According to Mr Rawlings, a sanitation ambassador of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, the government alone cannot solve the sanitation crisis especially if there is not a change in the attitude of Ghanaians towards their environment. Mr Rawlings made this known when he welcomed a delegation comprised of members of the Adabraka Traditional Council, Graphic Communications Group Limited and Jekora Ventures Limited to his Ridge residence on Wednesday in Accra. He described the current lack of proper sanitation in the capital

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AKUFO-ADDO’S ADDRESS ON MILITARY AGREEMENT WAS HARD BUT TIMELY, IMPORTANT – RAWLINGS.

AKUFO-ADDO’S ADDRESS ON MILITARY AGREEMENT WAS HARD BUT TIMELY, IMPORTANT – RAWLINGS. Former President John Rawlings has said although last Thursday’s televised address by President Akufo-Addo on the Ghana-U.S. military deal was hard “it was important and timely”. The former President had cautioned against the 2018 Defence Cooperation Agreement (DCA) that will allow the US military troops an unfettered access to facilities in Ghana. He said although Ghanaians may have love for Americans, they will not be happy to have “foreign troops on such a scale” living among them. The former President was not the only one concerned about a purported negative national security implication of the agreement. Some commentators have suggested

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KOSOVO PM HARADINAJ VISITS WIVES OF ABDUCTED TURKISH TEACHERS.

KOSOVO PM HARADINAJ VISITS WIVES OF ABDUCTED TURKISH TEACHERS. Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has paid a visit to the wives of six Turkish teachers who on March 29 were abducted and flown to Turkey by Turkey’s notorious National Intelligence Organisation (MİT) by collaborating with Kosovar groups in its intelligence units. Haradinaj reportedly expressed his regrets over the incident, saying that his government would take all necessary steps to prevent such an incident from happening again. On March 29, six Turkish nationals who work for a group of schools affiliated with the Gülen movement were abducted by agents of the Turkish intelligence service operating in Kosovo. Hours later autocratic Turkish

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EBONY – MAAME HW3 LYRICS.

EBONY – MAAME HW3 LYRICS. INTRO I hate you so much Right Now I hate you so much right now I hate you so much Right Now I hate you so much right now One day you will know These are the words of my mother As I’m getting Old, ebi now wey I remember So I’m parking all my tools, I’m going back a home A young girl like me shouldn’t be caught with an old school fool He told me he was a banker, not knowing bank robber This man is a Gangster, Bukom Banku Boxer Osori anopaaa, bolabo bodambo Oo. 3duru awiah ahh Soccer ne ganja nkoaa

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GHANA’S KENTE IDENTIFIES AFRICANS – NANA ADDO.

GHANA’S KENTE IDENTIFIES AFRICANS – NANA ADDO. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo  says Ghana’s Kente has come to identify the African continent and its people. “Kente” is a brilliantly colourful fabric, entirely hand-woven by Ghanaian weavers. The brilliant colours and intricate designs associated with Kente have definitely made this fabric the best known of all Ghanaian, and perhaps even all West African textiles. Every design has a story with a proverbial meaning, giving each cloth its own distinction.     Kente Kente cloth is usually worn for ceremonies, festivals, and other sacred occasions. It is also given as a gift for weddings, child naming ceremonies, graduations, and other special events.

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HOT VIDEO: DRUNKARDS ASSOCIATION TO REPRESENT GHANA AT GERMAN BEER-DRINKING FESTIVAL.

HOT VIDEO: DRUNKARDS ASSOCIATION TO REPRESENT GHANA AT GERMAN BEER-DRINKING FESTIVAL. The Drunkards Association of Ghana will be in Germany in October 2018 to represent Ghana in this year’s Beer Festival also called Oktoberfest. The invitation, according to the President of the group, Moses Onyah popularly known as Drybone is due to their vibrancy in the country. “We are very elated for the recognition by the Germany government even though we have been condemned by Ghanaians”, he stated in an interview on KOFI TV. The Oktoberfest Munich is one of the largest festivals in the world and attracts some 6.4 million visitors a year. The beer festival held in Munich will

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GHANAIANS IN GERMANY – 1950s TILL TODAY.

GHANAIANS IN GERMANY – 1950s TILL TODAY. PHOTOS SEEN IN WRITTEN: Early Ghana-German contact. The dedication of the Ghanastrasse (Ghana Street) in the Berlin district of Wedding on 17 July 1958. Youths of foreign origin at school in Frankfurt/Main. From left (front row): The then district mayor of Wedding, and Ghanaian students Emanuel Sekyi (who later became a medical doctor, died in 1989 at the age of 58), Agnes Owusu (retired nurse, lives in Accra today), Paul Appiagyei (retired marine engineer, lives in Teme), Francis Nkrumah (Kwame Nkruma’s oldest son, retired professor of medicine, lives in Accra), and Alex Adomako (retired professor based in Kumasi) / Photo: © Landesarchiv Berlin. Estimates

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VIDEO: THE DIPO PUBERTY RITES FESTIVAL STIRS VARYING PUBLIC OPINIONS.

VIDEO: THE DIPO PUBERTY RITES FESTIVAL STIRS VARYING PUBLIC OPINIONS. Personally, its been a while since i saw or heard about Female Puberty rites, Last i checked was while i was studying social studies in the Junior High School about some 20 Years Back, but to recently see pictures and videos of a festival celebrated in the central region with activities that allows teenage girls go naked in a gathering to dance in public really caught my attention and thought it wise to bring it to bare. Is this Primitive or its heritage? a question which has split opinions from the public. some people seem excited about the images whiles

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IT’S TIME WE STOP ASKING ‘WHERE ARE YOU FROM?’ IN GERMANY.

IT’S TIME WE STOP ASKING ‘WHERE ARE YOU FROM?’ IN GERMANY. When a study published on Tuesday revealed that foreigners in Germany with a visible migration background experience discrimination far more often than foreigners who appear “typically German,” it resonated with The Local’s Shelley Pascual. In the study, carried out by the Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR), responses from over 5,000 immigrants and people with a migrant background across Germany were collected. Of those who described their appearance as “typically German,” around 17 percent stated they felt disadvantaged because of their roots. By contrast, 48 percent of participants with a visible immigration background (e.g. those who

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