Monthly Archives: November 2015

Is Turkish President’s son Necmettin Bilal funding ISIL?

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Moscow has accused Turkey of helping Islamic State in the illegal oil trade which helps finance the terrorist group. According to analysts, Russian airstrikes in Syria are disrupting the profitable deals for Turkish middlemen, including Ankara officials. Turkish social media has posted photos of Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s son Necmettin Bilal having dinner in an Istanbul restaurant with an alleged ISIS ...

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27-year-old Tyson Fury stuns 40-year-old Klitschko to become heavyweight champion of the world

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The Gypsy King of England is amazingly, wonderfully, sensationally – and tearfully – the new heavyweight champion of the world. Tyson Fury ended the decade-long reign of the great Wladimir Klitschko with a display of astonishing nerve and virtuosity – just as he said he would. The 27-year-old Mancunian giant made the near-40-year-old Klitschko look slow and old with elusive ...

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Rwanda emerges Africa’s most efficient government ahead of South Africa, Ghana & Nigeria

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Rwanda has been ranked as Africa’s most efficient government followed by Mauritius and South Africa in the Global Competitive Report 2014-2015. The country was also ranked the 7th most efficient government globally. The latest report, released by the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Monday, put the small central African nation ahead of Malaysia, Switzerland and Luxembourg, which are placed 8th, ...

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MEET KOFI KUM BILSON: THE MOST PATIENT MAN ON RADIO

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by: michael eli dokosi/blakkpepper.com/ghana For those who care to know, the Royal Baby is a potent force and one who is in command of his craft and to think that he has to use ‘treated airtime’ sometimes being allowed to come on air at 10:50 am to deliver and desert the desk at 12:00 noon is one mystery that prophets, ...

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Can’t wait to interact with sisters at the ‘Girl Talk Concert’- Efya

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by: michael eli dokosi/blakkpepper.com/ghana ‘Little Things’ singer Efya has expressed delight in being chosen as the singer to headline this year’s edition of the annual musical concert dubbed ‘Girl Talk Concert’ slated for December 18 at the National Theatre in Accra. According to the One Nation Entertainment star, she was approached last year to participate adding that as one who ...

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MR. PRESIDENT SCRAP THE POWER MINISTRY, IT’S FUTILE – WEREKO-BROBBY

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The Former Chief Executive of the Volta River Authority (VRA), Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobby, has described the creation of the Power Ministry as “futile” and advised the President to scrap it, one year after it was created. According to Dr Wereko-Brobby the action by the President has “clearly” not yielded justifiable results hence the need to scrap the ministry. “We should ...

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GROUPE NDUOM WINS AGI’S MOST EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

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Ghanaian-owned multi-national company, Groupe Nduom (GN), has won the Most Employer of the Year Award at the just-ended 4th Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) awards held over the weekend at the Banquet Hall of the State House in Accra. Groupe Nduom is the umbrella under which over 50 companies and still counting can be found and these companies cut across ...

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SWANSEA CITY’S DEDE AYEW NAMED MOST FOULED PLAYER IN THE EPL

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The Premier League is known for being fast-paced and ferocious, with many talented players being unable to live up to its physicality. Tottenham have committed the most fouls this season (184), closely followed by Crystal Palace (177) and Manchester United (169), with Chelsea (176), Arsenal (165) and West Ham (162) being targeted the most. So, Sportsmail – with an infographic ...

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Avram Grant charges country’s FA & stakeholders to make league attractive to deter players from heading to Azerbaijan, Pakistan & other states

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The Black Stars coach has called on the authorities in charge of football to improve the local league in order to prevent players from leaving for greener pastures. Ghana coach Avram Grant has advised the country’s football association and stakeholders to make the local league attractive enough to prevent players from moving overseas. The 60-year-old Israeli said poor pitches and ...

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