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ACP Calls On Baatsonaa Divisional Police Command For Peace


Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Timothy Yosa Bonga, the Greater-Accra Regional Police Commander, has called on the men and women of the Baatsonaa Divisional Police Command to help maintain peace before, during and after the November 7 polls. ACP Bonga was speaking at an annual get-together dubbed; ‘WASSA’ organised for …

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Is Religious News ‘Blacklisted’ From Trending Topics On Facebook?

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Earlier this month, a report from Gizmodo dropped the equivalent of a social media bomb – several former Facebook employees said the company routinely suppressed conservative news in the social media giant’s “trending news” section. These former Facebook news curators said they were sometimes instructed to insert stories into the …

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Can Ghana Police Shut Down Social Media On Election Day?

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The Ghana Police Service has said it is considering shutting down social media services in the country on November 7, the day of the general elections. According to the Inspector General of Police, John Kudalor, the abuse of social media platforms by both political parties and ordinary Ghanaians has often …

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Evangelism Through Soocer?


Father William Cañón is a Colombian missionary in Cameroon who transforms into a soccer coach every Sunday, helping to bring joy to some 60 local children through sport and camaraderie. “After going to the Eucharist, we gather and provide a time of Christian formation; then, with my limited knowledge of …

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EC Challenged To Join Political Parties – IDEG

The Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) has challenged the Electoral Commission (EC) to join political parties in signing the peace pact ahead of the upcoming general elections. The parties usually sign this pact a few months before the elections, pledging to ensure peace. But according to IDEG, the EC must …

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Christian Groups Fear For November Polls

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Powerful Christian groups do not believe the Electoral Commission (EC) has been able to engender enough confidence among the political stakeholders to be able to organize credible general election in November. According to the Christian Council of Ghana and the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference, the EC has a long way …

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