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Ghana Introduces School Uniforms Made With African Prints | PHOTOS

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Ghana has introduced school uniforms made with African prints.

The West African country made the move to celebrate and embrace the African heritage.

Photos of Ghanaian students rocking their Ankara prints school uniforms have been shared online with people from other African countries saying it’s a welcome development.

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

 

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

Ghana introduces school uniforms made with African prints

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Puma & More Fight For Signature Of Marcus Rashford

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On going news feed reveals Manchester United’s player maker Marcus Rashford’s deal with Nick is soon expiring.

As a result of this, the Puma brand is leading the race to obtain the signature of the player.

According to other sources, Marcus Rashford signed for Nike at age 11 making him the youngest player to ever sign with the giant company.

Puma recently had the change to have Brazilian player Neymar Jnr as a major signee on their brand as a Brand Ambassador.

See tweets surrounding Marcus Rashford’s new incoming deal.

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“I’m Spreading AIDS On Campus Because A Lady From Pent Hall Gave Me” : Male Legon Student Boldly Says

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A screenshot is circulating on social media that sees a user of ‘Jodel’ app saying boldly that he’s spreading HIV/AIDS among his mates at University of Ghana, Legon.

According to him, a student from Pent Hall gave him AIDS, and he has also decided to spread it to many in revenge.

His messages on the discreet social media platform reads: “I eat some Twitter girl rydee for Evandy (name of a hostel) she tell ein boy for hostel say she dey go SU all night”.

He continued: Go and get tested brother. Same excuse one girl gave to her BF to just come see me. I’m positive now.

Me I get AIDS already I give am. Adey spread am for campus cos some pent girl take gimme“.

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About Jodel app

Jodel is the community app that shows you what’s happening in your area in real-time.

Unlike other apps, they kind of keep your personal details private so people feel free to confess their dirtiest calls.

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Ghanaians Angry After Sky News Called Ghanaians The World’s Poorest People | WATCH

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Ghanaians are angry after the UK-based Media network, Sky News referred to them as one of the world’s poorest people.

This comes after 600,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine arrived safely in Ghana this morning.

Sky News reported on it. However, how they labeled Ghanaians in their caption on Twitter has caused an uproar on the microblogging site.

Their caption reads: “A flight carrying 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine has arrived in Ghana as part of a global effort to immunize the world’s poorest people.”

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Ghanaians on Twitter have fired at the media company, telling them that they deserve to be referred to with a much respectable word and not calling them ‘poorest people’.

See some reactions below:

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Background

Approximately 600,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine have arrived in Ghana this morning.

Ghana applied for Covid-19 vaccines from the COVAX facility and the country was assigned 6 million doses.

The 600,000 doses which arrive in the country today forms part of the 2.4 million doses of the first batch of Oxford-AstraZeneca the country is expected to receive.

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