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Deacons Are Called Servants, Pope Says

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Deacons are called to be servants who set aside their own self-serving plans and are generous with their lives, Pope Francis said. A servant “is not a slave to his own agenda,” but rather always is prepared for the unexpected and responds, even if that means ignoring the parish schedule, …

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To The Single Woman, S*x Doesn’t Keep A Man…

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Pastor Harry Vincent Anang Oddoye Jr. founder of the ‘God’s Love Fellowship’ has warned unmarried women against succumbing to the desires of their men to sleep with them with the hope that it will encourage them to stay and marry them. He explained further that a lot of young women …

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Scammers Using The Name Of Bishop Charles Agyin Asare

The Founder and General Overseer of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, admonishes the public to disregard anyone sending messages to their phones asking for money and other items using his name. He stated it had come to his attention that some scammers were using his name to defraud unsuspecting …

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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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