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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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“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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Gov’t begins work on digital property address system

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Gov’t begins work on digital property address system Monday 6th February , 2017 5:49 pm Government has commenced work to digitally record all state properties and citizen’s data in a centralized national database. It said it will make provision for the two systems in the maiden budget to be presented before Parliament next month. At a meeting with key stakeholders ...

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Dr Esi Ansah of Ashesi University writes

Dr Esi Ansah of Ashesi University writes “When people chant “toaso”, what exactly do they want this administration/party to toaa so? The impunity? The shady sole-sourced deals for friends and family? More of the inflated costs for projects? The insulting of our intelligence with silly explanations for siphoning of funds? Knee-jerk economic policies? Spending oil money meant for the future? ...

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