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How Concerned Christians Men Can Help Fight Breast Cancer – Part I

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How Concerned Christians Men Can Help Fight Breast Cancer – Part I

Who yor think I am? Yor na know me, my people? Da me again. Da me Pekin Paul. My mou’h na scared seh. I can put my mou’h there. Where? Just on anything. My mou’h na scared. Da me say so.

 

Africa’s Big Boom

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PARIS – Africa is undergoing a period of unprecedented economic growth. According to The Economist, six of the ten fastest-growing countries in 2011 were in Africa. Average external debt on the continent has fallen from 63% of GDP in 2000 to 22.2% this year, while average inflation now stands at 8%, down from 15% in 2000. This positive trend is likely to persist, given that it is based on structural geographic and demographic factors, such as rising exports, improved trade conditions, and steadily increasing domestic consumption.

 

Leymah Gbowee’s Resignation- Part II

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Leymah Gbowee’s Resignation- Part II

Reactions to Leymah Gbowee’s October 8, 2012 remarks against the President in Paris, France during the launch of the French Edition of her of book may not just end, probably until the arrival of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf from her Official visit to Japan.

 

The Problem with PYJ’s “Leave Ellen Alone Because She’s Old” Logic – Pt. I

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The Problem with PYJ’s “Leave Ellen Alone Because She’s Old” Logic – Pt. I

In wake of Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) lawmakers’ call for the impeachment of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, based on a startling, open confession she made in the United States – that during the 2005 elections, some of her female supporters stole their children’s voting cards because they (the female supporters) feared or realized that if they had not carried out that criminal act, the children from whom the voting cards were stolen would have voted for Mr. George Weah and he would have won, which they didn’t want to see happen – Senator Prince Johnson said that Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf should be left alone because she is an old woman.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 October 2012 05:03 )
 

What Language Will We Speak In Heaven? – Part I

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What Language Will We Speak In Heaven? – Part I

Yeah-ooo, my people. Da me again-o. Da me Pekin Paul. My mou’h na scared seh – I can put my mou’h in everything and on everything. You like it, jacko; you na like it, Jack-o’-Lantern. Da me say so?

 
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