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Ebony, Now That You “Broke Our Hearts” …Who Should We “Date”?

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By: Frank Goka; bigbrothers75@gmail.com The Late Dancehall Songstress Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng (aka EBONY) Was it destiny or it was unmitigated accident? Was it also, a sheer coincident for a daughter to heed to an intrinsic call to pay a visit to her cherished Mother before embarking on her first European tour; or it was a sacred voyage to bid a forlorn ...

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Six Ghanaian Perished in Bronx “Freezing” Fire

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Story by: Frank Goka The Lates PFC Emmanuel Mensah and Solomon Donkor   **How a Ghanaian Resident Escaped Death** Following Thursday December 28 conflagration in the chilling winter cold that claimed 12 lives and had four others bargaining between survival and death, one luckiest resident of the 2363 Prospect Avenue property recounted the sequence of divinely events that spared his ...

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Prof. Samuel Amoako Returns to New York as Consul General

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By: Frank Goka, Amansan Radio, NY Reporter Some Ghanaians listening to Prof. Amoako with rapt attention. Picture by Reporter. Equate it to the Christians belief that the second coming of Christ is beckoning and you will not be far from it. Also, just as their hope is imbedded in the fact that they will see salvation when Christ returns the ...

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Ahenfie Association Bids Farewell to Consul General

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By Amansan Radio Reporter, NY Hon. Quantson delivers his speech at his farewell ceremony as Senator Jamaal and Prof. Amoako  listens keenly. The Ahenfie Association of Tracy Towers, a renowned polyethnic self-help association of Ghanaian descend presented a beautiful plaque to the out-going Ghana’s Consul General to New York–Hon. Bernard K.B Quantson to say “good-bye” at a colorful and solemn ...

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“Kumawood” Actress Vivian Jill opens up to Fans on Amansan Radio, NY

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“Original Doctor” interviews Actress Vivian Jill Vivian Jill—the renowned Ghanaian movie star who dominates the popular Kumasi-based cinematographic industry known as “Kumawood” has made some fascinating revelations about herself and the institution when she paid a courtesy call to Amansan Radio—the leading mouthpiece of the Ghanaian communities in New York City and the North American geographical area. Indeed, Mr. Kwarteng ...

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