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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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Should Ghanaians Observe Strict Traditional Funeral Rites Abroad?

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By Frank Goka Deceased laid in state  to depict their previous lifestyle and occupation in Ghana. Courtesy: WhatsApp God, in His infinite wisdom created both the living and non-living things to compliment the beauty of the universe. Besides the permanent existence of the immortals, living creatures have lifespan in the sense that; there is birth and an inevitable end of life—death. The difference ...

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Uncontrolled Tears: Jocelyn Ewurama Adusei buries Husband and Mother in August

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Death, or the lost of  human life for that matter is an inevitable and intractable biological process that  induces emotional instability for a family; and a demise of a love one (husband, wife or a child) leaves endless scar in the hearts  of the bereaved. How then, could we measure the emotional turbidity of a woman who had lost both the husband and the ...

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Final Funeral Rites for the Late Mr. K.B Adusei

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PAYING HOMAGE TO OUR GALLANT C.E.O Indeed, the greatest pillar of Amansan Radio, NY is fragmented. The darkest cloud is hovering over our roof with thunderous whirlwind, raining interminable red-colored tears! A stalwart and a pioneer is “Late” and a Magnet has lost its propensity to attract and unite. In the midst of the fragmentation, the man with the strongest muscles to heap ...

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UVA Gathers “Fire-woods” to set 2017 CEANA Ablaze in New York

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TOP: Mohammed Alidu & Bisung Family Band thrill fans to live band music. BOTTOM: Ms Vida Mawufemor and Ms Comfort Tetteh doing the “Atsia” dance at the Pre-CEANA Concert, Harlem NY. Pics: Joe Kwabena Agyemang. The United Volta Association— a New York-based non-profit socio-cultural ethnic organization popularly referred as “UVA” put up a spectacular traditionally oriented public show at Adam ...

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Bridegroom Dies via accident on way to Engagement in New York

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File image from similar accident scene (Google image) The ecstatic feeling of a Ghanaian man whose dream was to meet his supposed wife for the first time was sadly truncated through vehicular accident when he met his untimely death last Saturday April 22, 2017 on his way to his much desired nuptial engagement. The deceased was reportedly traveling from Tennessee ...

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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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