The International Criminal Police Organization, commonly known as INTERPOL has issued a Purple Notice to its 194 member countries outlining a specific modus operandi of fraudsters on dating applications.
For many people, he represents the refreshing face of politics, a man who is passionate about public service, driven by conviction, practical, level headed and one who hardly allows partisan considerations to cloud his judgement.
It is a difficult place to be in if you are in the waiting phase of life. In this phase, the destination of your dreams is not too clear. You are in doubt as to whether to give up or try one more time.
It could be nature's call, the pitter-patter of little feet (No, honey, it's not daytime yet, go back to bed) or a squirrel scampering loudly across the roof over your bedroom -- and suddenly you are awake. Very awake.
African women and women of African descent who use hair straightening creams and lotions on their hair stand a higher risk of developing fibroid and cancers of the female genital tract which can lead to infertility, says Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, a cellular Pathologist and Lifestyle Wellness consultant.
Imagine that the President comes to give his usual nation’s address, quotes Kwame Nkrumah, and says, “At long last, the battle against COVID-19 has ended! And thus, Ghana, our beloved country is free forever!”
Interestingly, it looks like most of the well-known designers are French and we have come into contact with their designs either online, in departmental shops, boutiques, in magazines or on our screens.
There are hundreds of harmful bacteria all around us but they are so small and invisible to the human eye. However when allowed to invade your body, they break down your immune system and may leave you sick, dying or dead.
On the 14th of February every year, people all over the world dedicate the day to celebrating love. Although in recent times the corona virus pandemic has affected every aspect of our normal lives, it is clear that society is not ready to allow it to affect our usual festivity of love.