10 MOST BRUTAL RAPE PUNISHMENTS AROUND THE WORLD

10 MOST BRUTAL RAPE PUNISHMENTS AROUND THE WORLD…. Rape is considered the most offensive crime in every society. Rape victims are often looked down in the society and had to suffer mental torture without any fault of her/him. This horrific impact of physical and mental assault often ruin the life of a victim. Different governments across the globe came up with strong laws against sexual assault to make their country a safer place for their citizen and to make sure no one who indulged in this heinous crime could roam free. Here are the most brutal rape punishments of different countries around the world. Recommended Story: Male rape victims share their

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THESE 9 THINGS THAT HAPPEN TO YOU WHEN YOU’RE DYING

THESE 9 THINGS THAT HAPPEN TO YOU WHEN YOU’RE DYING…. #1 You Can See Your Body Many people have this “out of body experience” and see their lifeless body beneath them when they are technically dead. That means they are an incorporeal spirit floating above their body. They can see everything that is going on in the room and who is in it. Any attempt to restore connectivity between the consciousness and physical body fails, leaving the person frantic for several moments.  #2 The Light The vast majority of people who have died reported seeing the famous “light at the end of the tunnel.” It is the most common occurrence

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9 THINGS GHANAIANS LEARNED DURING COLONIZATION THAT WE STILL DO TODAY

9 THINGS GHANAIANS LEARNED DURING COLONIZATION THAT WE STILL DO TODAY…. Sure we have our own problems in Ama Ghana. … but have you thought about why our women prefer to bleach their skin?  Why people who are not fond of the English language are seen as inferior? Why schools in say Kumasi will punish a student for speaking Twi? Here are some of the ills we picked up from colonization that still hunts us today. 1. Self-hate. Many Ghanaians have negative perception of themselves hence skin bleaching is very rampant in our side of the world as our standard of beauty is “white”.   2. Our schools are still indoctrinated by

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YOUR BOSS ALWAYS NOTICES THESE THINGS ABOUT YOU

YOUR BOSS ALWAYS NOTICES THESE THINGS ABOUT YOU…. No matter what field you’re in — health, engineering, media, education, design, etc. — you (most likely) answer to a higher-up, and FYI, said higher-up is evaluating you daily. And not just your work. Your boss notices a range of things about you, because her job is, well, to keep an eye on you. Whether you like it or not, here are the things she’s observing regularly. Pro tip: Work hard five days a week! 1. How early you arrive. Are you getting to work at 8 a.m., 9 a.m., or 10? Different work cultures require different hours (some offices don’t even

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PRAY FOR ME-MAJID MICHEL TELLS FANS

              Pray for me-Majid Michel tells fans Ghanaian male Ace Actor Majid Michel has disclosed that he is suffering from a strange throat infection which has been affecting his voice delivery for the past 3 years. This, the Actor asked his fans in Ghana and across the globe to pray for him when they go on their knees to communicate with God. Straining his voice on Peace FM Entertainment review hosted by Kwasi Aboagye on Saturday, he disclosed that he has been diagnosed by Doctors at both Korle-bu Teaching Hospital and 37 Military Hospital respectively but no disease has been discovered in his vocal cord. ‘My vocal cord disorder sometimes affect my

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KNOW THE MEANING OF YOUR NAME: 35 AKAN NAMES AND THIER MEANING

Know The Meaning Of Your Name: 35 Akan Names And Their Meaning We know most of you are aware of the Akan names that signify the day you were born but what most of you might not know is that, those are not really names. In Akan, it is known as “Kradin” which is translated “your soul’s name”. In the Akan tradition, it is believed that every child comes into this World with a name which is part of their soul and so the soul determines the day they want to come into this World and so when one is born on Monday, they become Kwadwo or Kojo for males

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