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Basketball Girls: KG wins, KASS, Islamic, Louis finish Tops

Kumasi Girls SHS showed their superiority in the girls category of the Ashanti Regional Inter-schools Basketball competition when they overpowered Kumasi Anglican SHS by 7:0 in the finals of the competition held at Opoku Ware School today. KG proved too strong for Kass as they defended and attacked very against …

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Renowned Mathematician Prof. Allotey goes home at 85

Prof Allotey The Ghanaian renowned mathematical physicist, Professor Francis Kofi Ampenyin Allotey, has died at age 85,Graphic Online has gathered. He was said to have died at a hospital in Germany on Thursday. Family sources who confirmed the death, said Prof. Allotey was in good Thursday morning but complained of body pains around …

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I Love My ‘Gay’ Son- KKD

Popular and renowned Ghanaian broadcaster Kwesi Kyei Darkwah has confirmed reports of his son –Darkwah Kyei Darkwah’s sexuality. Kyei Darkwah opened up about being gay in an interview with a digital magazine, intomore.com. “The moment I realised I was gay happened in primary school. Someone called me gay as an …

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25 students of Klo-Agogo SHS hit with Malaria, Pneumonia.

At Least 25 students of the Klo -Agogo Senior High School in the Eastern region have been treated and discharged as severe Malaria and suspected cases of pneumonia continue to strike students. The situation is being blamed on the accommodation crises facing the school which has compelled students to use …

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These Are The 20 Most Expensive Schools In Ghana

IMAGE: JOUER-ENLIGNE.COM Education is not cheap! These schools are little more expensive than what the average Ghanaian can afford, and they mostly follow international curriculum. 1. Lincoln community school (Accra) Curriculum: American Levels: Nursery, Primary,Secondary Website: www.lincoln.edu.gh LINCOLN.EDU.GH   2. Soul Clinic International School (East Cantonments) Curriculum: British Levels: Nursery, Primary, …

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