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ESIAMA W/R Rise In Sea Level Swallows up fishing equipment and homes

Fishermen at Esiama have had their fishing equipments, including boats, Motors,  fishing nets among others swept away into the sea. The unfortunate incidence took place today  around 15:30 GMT. The turbulent sea waves also  took the town by surprise when they realised that the rise in sea level wasn’t getting any better until its turbulent waves hit some parts of the township  swallowing up some houses and seriously affecting our fishing folks. The lost assets of these fishermen is immense and  psychologically painful due to another fact that these Fisher folks are already deprived of adequate catch in recent years all blamed on the activities of Oil Exploration and Drilling firms on the deep seas of Axim.
Source :Sultan Mohammed Nuhu
mdnuhu1.blogspot.com

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Never say Never, Even If You Think You Have Had It All. A little Patience is worth it.

The Messenger of God (Peace Be upon Him said), The first to be called to paradise on the Day of Judgment will be those who praised God in times of PROSPERITY and ADVERSITY.
– (Tabarani, Haythami, Bayhaqi).

PEOPLE ARE GOING THROUGH ALOT OF PROBLEMS AND DIFFICULTIES IN THEIR LIVES.
*Some people have too much stress.
*Some people have family problems.
*Some people have no friends.
*Some people hate their jobs.
*Some people don`t have a job (unemployed).
*Some people hate their school.
*Some people are thinking about suicide.
*Some people can`t get married.
*Some couples can`t have kids.
*Some Parents can`t control their kids.
*Some people don抰 have enough money to pay their bills.
*Some people are overweight.

BUT AS BAD AS YOU THINK YOUR PROBLEMS ARE, I WANT YOU TO COMPARE YOUR PROBLEMS WITH THE PROBLEMS OF THESE PEOPLE.

*IF YOUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS DID SOMETHING MEAN AND NASTY TO YOU; then remember the Prophet Yusuf (Joseph) (AS)! Who was thrown into a well by his

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Ethnic Conflicts in Ghana`s North

In recent years, Kokombas, Dagombas, and other groups in the Northern region of Ghanahave fought a series of “wars” that cost thousands of lives – a devastating toll in a region with a little over 1.8 million people.
The sporadic fighting has become more frequent , intense and wider in scope since 1980s and the destruction of lives and properties more widerspread.By official counts, the Kokonba-Bimoba wars of 1984, 1986 and 1989 left 60 people dead, with several hundreds displaced. The Nawuri-Gonja war of 1991 left 78 dead and hundreds wounded. Other wars  that took heavy toll on lives in  the same  region includes the Gonja-Vagla war of 1980; the Kokomba-Nanumba war of 1981; the Mmpusi-Kusasi  war of 1982; Kokomba-Bimoba  war of 1986/87; the Konkomba-Nawuri war of 1990; the Gonja-Nawuri war of 1992;the Konkomba and allies against Gonja in 1992; the Konkombas and Mossis war in 1993. Finally  the 1994/95 Guinea Fowl War in which modern weapons such as AK47s were widely used, resulted in at  least 2,000 people killed, 200.000 internally displaced and 441 villages completely destroyed. 
In recent years, such sporadic attacks are on the increase despite the heavy presence of combined military and police bases around these fragile towns.
The hope and dreams of every Northner and the entire Nation is to see lasting peace in this region. With the election of a Northner as President of this country we hope he will do all it takes to bring this dreams into reality once and for all.