Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent circulating photos that has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the alleged LGBT hospital finally found at Asafo in the Ashanti region of Ghana. Even though the most anticipated debate concerning the legalization of the LGBT in the country is still ongoing, most Ghanaians have come out to express massive disappointment and concerns whilst urging the incumbent President to act swiftly.
The Head of Corporate Affairs of the National Identification Authority (NIA), Mr. Abudu Abdul Ganiyu has hinted that all the financial institutions in the country would soon have to resort to the Ghana Card as the main means of identifying their clients early next year. He made this statement while being interviewed on Neat FM, a media house under the Despite Media Group umbrella today in Accra.
The strength of the economy of every nation is dependant on the health status of it's citizens. This very basic but important theory underscores the important reason why governments all over the world identifies the health needs of it's citizens as one of the first key priority sectors of the economy that must be given utmost attention in the development planning processes of various countries.
Hon Sam George's Anti-LGBTQ+ Bill happens to the the major news headline in Ghana and in the world at the moment following his (Sam George) interview with CNN on the same subject. Sam George had caught the attention of many in and around the world with some expressing support and others expressing discomfort.
1.Mandy Sellers Mandy Sellars, 46, is a British lady who was born with a rare medical ailment that causes both of her legs to grow at disproportionately fast rates. The medical disease is known as Proteus syndrome, and just 120 persons have been documented to have been affected worldwide.