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Expressing A Gargantuan and Sincere Condolences and Sympathy. Rest In Peace H.E John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills The Republic of Ghana

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OOOW, Today we are overwhelmed with sorrow. We have lost a great leader. A Man who spoke his mind the way he sees it. A dedicated son of the Motherland, a true Ghanaian, A lovely preacher who always advices on the need for peace, such a humble man.

 

I will remember him greatly when he never bowed to those imperialists states who were pressing our throats to bow to Homosexuality. Our leader was brave to confront them all then he spoke the mind of the nation despite the humiliating threats from these Powers! He stood firm in daring those foreign demonic plotters to mind their own business, thus Africa is soo much capable of managing its own Affairs. He confronted his appointed colleagues in government and fought them fiercely about corruption and other criminal activities, but most unfortunately his health began to fail him when he needed it most.

He was a very hilarious man, who tried his best to make us all happy at all times.

Sadly enough the vultures among us within our motherland began to speculate that he was dead, OO mother Ghana this was not part of our culture, this is considered an abomination within our traditions, never have we witnessed such a thing. Yet Politics and their “cians”, Politicians defied our basic moralities and were first to introduce as usual this highest form of immorality into the nation.

Our traditional and religious leaders fought their way in to the rescue of morality in our society but unfortunately to no avail, modern Ghanaians prefer their own style of democracy where they are entitled to openly insult and fight themselves, insult openly on our televisions and airwaves, our own leaders with impunity a behaviour that has very disastrous consequences.

His Excellency John Evans Fiifi Atta Miils joined forces in his fight; He asked the traditional rulers in the country not to hesitate to criticize political leaders if they go wrong. According to him, the use of foul language against political opponents, which seems to have gained currency in the country, is a canker that the chiefs must help to fight.

 

OOw Soo little did we know that these advices and cautions from him were his last divine advices from the father to his nation unfortunate our president had little time to stay with us on this earth whiles we were unaware, his years and days on earth divinely appointed was just minutes away to expiration.

President Mills, was rushed in his last hours to the 37-Military Hospital, within few hours his time expired and non-could save him. Around 2:15 pm he was pronounced dead just two days after his 68th birthday.

 

It might seen as Mysterious or weird but its real, I present to you this calculations Ponder about it for a while. He died at the 37 (Military Hospital) + 24(on the 24 Day) + 7(of July)  = 68(His exact Age). Summing all these figures mathematically (37+24+7=68) makes up to his real age. There is a message in this, I believe.

OOw what a great Leader we have lost!! I didn’t personally know him, but I saw him personally with my naked eyes. I watched him from a distance, on television and heard his voice on several occasions. It made me learn from him, his humility and fortitude of spirit, calm, respectful and courageous.

As I write this, all alone in my room at a time where normally I would be observing salaat in this holy month of Ramadan, I am engulfed with sincere sorrow for such a Gargantuan loss, A Gargantuan loss indeed.

Mr. President, you have taught us humility, you taught us peace and you taught us to be Allah conscious in our way of life!

Fare thee well, Mr. President. We will remember all your sacrifices for the good of our nation, in sickness and in health, till death has done us part. I will never forget you and so will the Nation Ghana.

Dear Reader and living souls Let us remind ourselves that Death is truly and indeed inevitable and indeed will cease us one day!

 

Allah reveals to us in the Holy Qur’an:

Say: “The Angel of Death, put in charge of you, will (duly) take your souls: then shall you be brought back to your Lord. (32:11)

 

“Everyone shall taste death. And only on the Day of Resurrection shall you be paid your wages in full. And whoever is removed away from the Fire and admitted to Paradise, he indeed is successful. The life of this world is only the enjoyment of deception.” [Al-Qur’an 3:185]

 

“Wherever you are, death will find you out, even if you are in towers built up strong and high”. (Quran 4:78)

Allah reminds us all that death will reach us no matter where we are when He says, And remind them that regardless of what their status in this world, they will face death. Even if they are from the greatest of warriors, or the most powerful of rulers, or even a Prophet when He addressed His Messenger, upon whom be peace, saying: “Verily, you will die and indeed they shall die as well.” [Al-Qur’an 39:30]

 

Expressing My Sincere Condolences and Sympathy to ourselves.

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Expressing A Gargantuan and Sincere Condolences and Sympathy. Rest In Peace H.E John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills The Republic of Ghana

OOOW, Today we are overwhelmed with sorrow. We have lost a great leader. A Man who spoke his mind the way he sees it. A dedicated son of the Motherland, a True Ghanaian, A lovely preacher who always advices on the need for peace. Such a humble man.

 I will remember him greatly when he never bowed to those imperialists states who were pressing our throats to bow to Homosexuality. Our leader was brave to confront them all then he spoke the mind of the nation despite the humiliating threats from these Powers! He stood firm in daring those foreign demonic plotters to mind their own business, thus  Africa is soo much capable of managing its own Affairs. He confronted his appointed colleagues in government and fought them  fiercely about corruption and other criminal activities, but most unfortunately his health began to fail him when he needed it most.
He was a very hilarious man, who tried his best to make us all happy at all times.

Sadly enough the vultures among us within our motherland began to speculate that he was dead, OO mother Ghana this was not part of our culture, this is considered an abomination within our traditions, never have we witnessed such a thing. Yet Politics and their “cians”, Politicians defied our basic moralities and were first to introduce as usual this highest form of immorality into the nation.

Our traditional and religious leaders fought their way in to the rescue of morality in our society but unfortunately to no avail, modern Ghanaians prefer their own style of democracy where they are entitled to openly insult and fight themselves, insult openly on our televisions and airwaves, our own leaders with impunity a behaviour that has a very disastrous consequences.

His Excellency John Evans Fiifi Atta Miils joined forces in his fight; He asked the traditional rulers in the country not to hesitate to criticize political leaders if they go wrong. According to him, the use of foul language against political opponents, which seems to have gained currency in the country, is a canker that the chiefs must help to fight.

OOw Soo little did we know that these advices and cautions from him were his last divine advices from the father to his nation unfortunate our president had little time to stay with us on this earth whiles we were unaware, his years and days on earth divinely appointed was just minutes away to expiration.

President Mills, was rushed in his last hours to the 37-Military Hospital, within few hours his time expired and non-could save him. Around  2:15 pm he was pronounced dead just two days after his 68th birthday.

It might seen as Mysterious or Weird but its real, I present to you this calculations Ponder about it for a while.
He died at the 37 (Military Hospital) + 24(on the 24 Day) + 7(of July)  = 68(His exact Age). Summing all these figures mathematically(37+24+7=68) makes up to his real age. There is a message in this, I believe.

OOw what a great Leader we have Lost!!
I didn’t personally know him, but I saw him personally. I watched him from a distance, on television and heard his voice on several occasions. It made me learn from him, his humility and fortitude of spirit, calm, respectful and  courageous. And as I write this, all alone in my room at a time where I would be observing salaat at this hour in this holy month of Ramadan but that will not prevent me though, I am engulfed  with sincere sorrow for a such a Gargantuan loss.

Mr President, you have taught us humility, you taught us peace and you taught us to be Allah conscious in our way of life!

Fare thee well, Mr President. We will remember all your sacrifices for the good of our nation, in sickness and in health, till death has done us part. I will never forget you and so will the Nation Ghana.

Dear Reader and living souls Let us remind our selves that Death is truly and indeed inevitable and indeed will cease us one day!

Allah reveals to us in the Holy Qur’an:
Say: “The Angel of Death, put in charge of you, will (duly) take your souls: then shall you be brought back to your Lord. (32:11)

“Everyone shall taste death. And only on the Day of Resurrection shall you be paid your wages in full. And whoever is removed away from the Fire and admitted to Paradise, he indeed is successful. The life of this world is only the enjoyment of deception.” [Al-Qur’an 3:185]

“Wherever you are, death will find you out, even if you are in towers built up strong and high”. (Quran 4:78)

Allah reminds us all that death will reach us no matter where we are when He says
And reminds them that regardless of what their status in this world, they will face death. Even if they are from the greatest of warriors, or the most powerful of rulers, or even a Prophet when He addressed His Messenger, upon whom be peace, saying:

 “Verily, you will die and indeed they shall die as well.” [Al-Qur’an 39:30]

Expressing A Gargantuan and Sincere Condolences and Sympathy to ourselves.

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Ghana President Dead, VP sworn in hours after president’s death

ACCRA, Ghana – President John Atta Mills’ election victory secured Ghana’s reputation as one of the most mature democracies in West Africa, a position further solidified Tuesday when the vice-president took over only hours after the 68-year-old president died five months before finishing his first term.
John Mahama’s swift inauguration underscored Ghana’s stability in a part of the world where the deaths of other leaders have sparked coups.
“We are deeply distraught, devastated as a country,” John Mahama said after his swearing-in ceremony, where he raised the golden staff of office above his head.

Ghanaian state-run television stations GTV and TV3 broke into their regular programming to announce the president’s death Tuesday afternoon. Government officials did not release the cause of his death, which came three days after his 68th birthday.
Rumours had swirled about Atta Mills’ health in recent months after he made several trips to the United States, and opposition newspapers had reported he was not well enough to run for a second term.
Some radio stations even announced that he was dead during one of his recent trips to the States. When Atta Mills returned to Ghana, he jogged at the airport and blasted those who had falsely reported his death.

On the streets of Cape Coast, kilometres (80 miles) from Accra, people held radios to their ears on the street, listening to the funeral hymns playing on FM stations and waiting for more information about the president’s unexpected death.

“His speeches were full of a spirit of love and peace,” said Efua Mensima, 45. “He was soft-spoken. I wept when I heard of his death.”
In a predominantly Ghanaian section of Ivory Coast’s commercial capital, a group of 10 men tried to organize a bus to take them to Ghana for the president’s funeral.
“The Ghanaian people were happy with this president and his program for the development of the country,” said Nour Ousmane Aladji, 27, a taxi driver who moved to Abidjan in 2000.

Chris Fomunyoh, the senior director for Africa for the Washington-based National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, said that Ghana’s democracy could weather the death of a president.
In other nations in West Africa, the death of a ruler usually spells a coup, as it did in neighbouring Guinea following the 2008 death of longtime dictator Lansana Conte, and Togo, where the military seized power after the president’s death in 2005 in order to install the leader’s son.
“Ghanaian democracy has been tested and its institutions function well,” said Fomunyoh. “There’s no reason to think that Ghana and its democracy will not handle this event properly.”

Atta Mills was elected in a 2008 runoff vote that was the closest in the country’s history — and his third presidential bid.

“People are complaining. They’re saying that their standard of living has deteriorated these past eight years,” he told The Associated Press at the time. “So if Ghana is a model of growth, it’s not translating into something people can feel.”
He went on to serve as president as Ghana began grappling with how to deal with its newfound oil wealth from offshore fields discovered in the last five years. The country of about 25 million saw a growth rate of more than 14 per cent last year, though some analysts say the handling of his time in office was less than stellar.

The government got involved in a dispute with Kosmos Energy, the owner of the country’s Jubilee oil field, a spat that resulted in a delay in the proceeds from the country’s nascent oil trade, said Peter Pham, director of the Africa Center at the Atlantic Council.
Atta Mills also was one of the only leaders in West Africa who didn’t back plans for an intervention force during last year’s near-civil war in Ivory Coast. Because of its shared border, Ghana became the main smuggling route for Ivorian cocoa.

The late president spent much of his career teaching at the University of Ghana. He earned a doctorate from London’s School of Oriental and African Studies before becoming a Fulbright scholar at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.
Atta Mills also served as vice-president under Jerry Rawlings, a coup leader who was later elected president by popular vote and surprised the world by stepping down after the 2000 vote.
Richard Downie, the deputy director of the Africa program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, said that Atta Mills may be remembered more for what his election in 2008 symbolized than for what he did as president.

He defeated the ruling party by the slimmest of margins, marking two successful handovers of power in Ghana, a benchmark used by political scientists to measure a mature democracy.

“It showed just how robust Ghana’s democracy was, and it proved here in the U.S. what a success Ghana had become in terms of its political maturity,” he said.
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Larson reported from Dakar, Senegal. Associated Press writers Sammy Ajei and Jon Gambrell in Lagos, Nigeria; Rukmini Callimachi in Dakar, Senegal; Laura Burke in Cape Coast, Ghana; and Robbie Corey-Boulet in Abidjan, Ivory Coast contributed to this report.
http://metronews.ca/news/world/

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Foreign Illegal Miners and Their Threat to the Nation Ghana

 The Okyehene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panyin has taken on law enforcement agencies for failing to arrest and prosecute foreigners and other locals engaged in illegal mining in the country.

He criticized state agencies for looking on while illegal miners steal the country’s mineral resources and also evade taxes.

The Moderator of the Presbyterian church of Ghana, Rt. Rev Professor Emmanuel Martey had expressed similar concerns with a sharp criticism of the police.

The Okyehene was speaking at the launch of the Eastern regional Policy Fair.

“The law says that anybody who wants to engage in mining go Mineral Commission and get a license.

“The land says the land may belong to a chief; the farm may belong to a cocoa farmer but the ore underneath the ground, the president holds that in trust for the people.


So if somebody uses the excavator in broad day and stealing something that belongs to central government the national security, Minerals Commission, EPA, Forest Commission the police, security agencies should in plain language arrest the person who is stealing from the people of Ghana,” he said.
In recent days in a certain mining community, the residents decided to go on demonstration against the destruction of their water bodies. 
 Residents of Nsianain the Amansie West District of the Ashanti Region who were aggrieved about the operation of the illegal miners, whose activities have destroyed the town’s only source of water from River Subin, as well as destroyed their vast farm lands, confronted the miners who opened fire at them. 
Chinese illegal miners wielding guns during the confrontation with the locals

The Chinese miners, speaking to the leaders of the demonstrators, gave several warning shots at the indigenes and boastly fully told the crowd that “Your Police Commander is in our pocket. So go report us to them, if you will”. 

A number of traditional authorities as well as local and national politicians are all selling concessions to the Chinese, Koreans and Philipinos. Are we then surprised that these people have been emboldened to continue with their destructive activities? We live in a country where National Security operatives are used to brutalizing Ghanaian illegal miners. When foreigners come and commit the same crime, our security apparatus pretend they don’t know what is going on! Lord have mercy!
That is the greatest challenge to our survival as indigene of this great Nation. If you analyze this clearly these foreigners who have engaged themselves in these heinous Galamsey operations with most Poisonous chemicals polluting our water bodies, and destructing the terrain of our lands as well as killing the natural nutrients in our lands which survives our crops, are to be apportioned 30% of the blame, 15% to the indigenes and 55% to our leaders and the law enforcing agencies. 

As for me I will always maintain my stand that Our Weak Minded Political Heads, brainwashed Religious and Traditional Leaders I believe are posing the real threat to the Sovereignty of our nation. May God Save GH.

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Ramadan Kareem to All Muslims Worldwide

Mdnuhu and friends sends its message of solidarity to Ghanaian Muslims in particular and all Muslims in general. We congratulate all living souls in this great country who witness this memorable spiritual season.
We remind both the leaders and the citizenry of the essence of fasting as stated in the Holy Qur’an 2:183.
Ramadan Fast is one of the five pillars of Islam, It teaches Muslims to practice Piety, Self-Discipline, Self-Control, Sacrifice, Tolerance, Justice, Fairness and Empathy for the less fortunate in society.
We sincerely wish our fellow Muslims, Ramadan Mubarak as we begin this sacred month long fast.
It is our hope prayers that we would use this great period of fasting to promote the virtues of Peace, Forgiveness, Tolerance, Togetherness, Fellow feeling and Generosity in our homes, communities and the country at large.
We also urge ourselves as Muslims to use this Unique Month of Spiritual engagement to pray for the Peace, Unity and Progress for Ourselves, Our Religion and Our Nation, during and after this period.
Also, we call on ourselves to use this period of Forgiveness to pray for our departed souls as well as pray to Allah to rain his healing powers on those who need Health Redemption, Financial Redemption, Peace and Tranquility within our homes and communities.
On behalf of the Muslim community, again we call on the government of Ghana and its Security agencies to as a matter of urgency do their best in curbing the daily attacks on Muslims and the Zongo communities in the Volta region under the direct orders of the Gbi traditional council as well as issue a firm and strong tone of advice to the the Gbi Traditional Council to refrain from setting conditions for the Muslim community there which we recognize as provocations with disastrous consequences.
Above all we wish to express our sincere recognition and gratitude to the security forces on the grounds for the good efforts in bringing peace to the area once again.
Again we are calling on the International Community & other organizations to end its silence on the brutal massacre of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has been taking place for decades in the province of Arakan.
Muslims have been victims of discrimination and human rights violations in Burma more than 1,000 Rohingya Muslims living in Myanmar had been killed and more than 90,000 were left homeless since the start violence started a modern day ethnic cleansing.
We strongly urge the International Community to voice its opposition to this ethnic cleansing and hopefully ensure that lives can be saved and dignity restored for the Rohingya.
Aside all politics and legalities, this is a matter of basic human rights that we all share, and cannot ignore.
We are for the just and humane treatment of all people in this universe. We will rise up against any form of oppression involving Muslims or non-Muslims alike. That is a commitment we should all adhere to as human beings.
During this month, we urge all our Muslim brothers and sisters to dedicate special prayers for peace and harmony in our country during this election period and afterwards.
We implore all Ghanaians especially our Politicians, Traditional Rulers and Religious Leaders to shun utterances and activities that would jeopardize national cohesion and integration.
We wish the Muslim community safety and security, Journey Mercies and all of Allah’s Blessings during this Holy month of Ramadan.
Ramadhan Kareem and Saum Maqbul !!
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Ramadan (Ramazan) Checklist For Students and Everyone

As SalamuAlaikum!!!

Ramadan is here and we again have this opportunity from Allah (SWT) to collect the countless blessings He descends onto us.

Remember Allah (SWT) more in this month and remember much more our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (SA) by reciting the Glorious Quran as well as  Durood Sharif frequently.

I have something very interesting for my Muslim brothers and sisters at this Ramadan to keep track of their daily routine in the month of Ramadan.
 It is a checklist I got from Kalamullah.com that includes the weekly routine which you must follow in the month of Ramadan. Take a print of it (4 copies) and follow up by ticking the particulars that you performed on daily basis.

 This is a very interesting practice, because at the end of the Ramadan you will be able to see over the sheet what you missed and how much did you performed.You must then next time encourage yourself to do more of what you did this year.

I insist you to keep this record private to you, because it is essential that you keep your Taqwa to yourself and do not let it reveal and that’s when your Taqwa becomes stronger.
 Download Here
Below is the screenshot of how the checklist look like:

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Brainwashed Idiots: 50 UDS students swindled,by local NUGS President

50 UDS students swindled, plans to travel abroad for jobs at Macdonalds becomes a fatality as they end up at the Nima police station begging for justice in a disgraceful shame.

The dream of Fifty two students of the University of Development Studies to travel to the United States for a summer vacation work with McDonalds has been shattered. They are now cooling off at the Nima Police Station in a desperate demand for refund of the 1,500 US dollars they had paid for visas. Their nemesis, local NUGS president, Edmund Arthur is currently under arrest for a possible charge of fraud.

Arthur had promised to secure the students visas for the trip, but his brother, a professor who is based in the US and who collected the monies claimed there are little changes in plans. Arthur told Joy News’ Elton John Brobby the date for the vacation work has been shifted to 2013.
He said the students did not agree to the new date, more so when they had invested all their monies into the trip for this year. According to him, the professor said he will refund the monies in three weeks time, a proposal the students did not agree to.

The students some of who are stranded in Accra say they want their money as soon as practicable in order for them to return to their various homes.

“I have been in Accra for three days now, I am from Bawku,” one of the stranded students said, adding “we don’t have any where to go so we are praying the police will be able to work out for us to be able to leave.”

He suspects they have been defrauded. Meanwhile Joy News has learnt that the Nima Police where the case was first reported has referred the matter to the Tamale Police for investigations. 

These are final year University students who wanted to travel abroad for jobs available at MacDonalds such as plates washing, sweeping and mobbing floors, packing garbages, cleaning  toilets and other jobs they will never attempt doing in their own motherland as so called graduates. 
Any discerning Ghanaian will ask Why our graduates are always willing to do such jobs uptown but the otherwise within their own country?

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July 16-2012