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Oppon Weah Contests Election
18.11.2005

The presidential candidate for the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), ex football international, George Oppon Weah has refused to accept the results of the run -off of the Liberian elections alleging electoral malpractices. His party has alleged that certain officials of the Electoral office took bribes to enable the Unity Party rig the elections. 
The CDC also claims that there were various poling centres that did not have the right indelible ink. The allegations further go on to say that there were various other malpractices that do not make them accept the results. more....

Burkina Faso leader'wins poll' 
18.11.2005

The presidential candidate for the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), ex football international, George Oppon Weah has refused to accept the results of the run -off of the Liberian elections alleging electoral malpractices. His party has alleged that certain officials of the Electoral office took bribes to enable the Unity Party rig the elections. 
The CDC also claims that there were various poling centres that did not have the right indelible ink. The allegations further go on to say that there were various other malpractices that do not make them accept the results. more....

Swiss Business ready for Ghana
18.11.2005

For the first time in the history of Swiss/Ghana economic relations, a record number of Swiss business executives attended a business forum in Zurich, Switzerland in September this year, under the theme: "Ghana a Golden Experience".
Under the dynamic leadership of His Excellency Dr. Kwame Bawuah-Edusei, Ghana's Ambassador, and the backing of Swiss Economic Agencies (SECO, SOFI, SIPPO), the two-hundred-seat hall was standing room only.  more....

New Ethiopian Parliament opened

ORACLE-Kofi Akosah-Sarpong writes from Canada African States in danger of decaying beyond 'Threshold'

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 SAY IT LOUD-With Ben Ackah-Mensah

Professional Education - With Dr Glah

Just for Laughs!!

Working Under Slavery - By Nachi Aguboshim

PRESSING ISSUES-with Robert Kyei-Gyau

 
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