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Rebeca Akufo weIcomes President Trump’s Wife, Melania Trump To Ghana

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Melania Trump in Africa

The First Lady of the United States of America, Melania Trump has arrived in Ghana’s capital, Accra, in a solo trip that will see her visit four African countries.

The tour will focus on promoting health care and education programs run by US foreign aid organization USAid.

Melania Trump in Africa

She will also visit Kenya, Malawi and Egypt to foster diplomatic relations.

In February, a row broke out after President Donald Trump allegedly used the word “shithole” to describe African nations.

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Along with Ghana’s first lady, Mrs Trump was also welcomed by a group of schoolchildren

Mrs Trump’s week-long trip to the continent is seen as helping to heal some of the divisions.

She will also promote her Be Best initiative which aims to tackle issues such as cyberbullying and boost healthy living. She tweeted that the campaign was going “international”.

Ahead of her trip Mrs Trump said that she was looking forward to visiting “four beautiful and very different countries in Africa”.

“She is interested in Africa because she has never been before and knows that each country will have its own unique history and culture.” Stephanie Grisham, her communications director, said.

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Watch video of her arrival below:

When she announced her trip, Mrs Trump said she was looking forward to working with Ghana’s First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo to promote quality healthcare for mothers and newborns and nutrition in young children.

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She said that she was looking forward to better understand how the US can continue working together with Malawi to support a USAid program that is focussed on children’s education.

Melania Trump in Africa

Mrs Trump also highlighted the work the US was doing in Kenya to support early-childhood education, wildlife conservation, and HIV prevention.

“My final stop, which is Egypt, will focus on the country’s tourism and conservation projects, but I know that through USAid, we have worked with the people of Egypt to promote an environment in which all groups of society – including women and religious minorities – can lead productive and healthy lives,” she said.

How will she be received?

The US first lady was welcomed by traditional drummers and dancers at the Kotoka International Airport in the capital, Accra.

However, according to Ghanaian journalist Elizabeth Ohene, there is not an atmosphere of Trump-mania in Ghana.

“I think Melania is a great woman. Her story is particularly inspiring,” one resident of Accra told the BBC.

But another compared her unfavourably to former First Lady Michelle Obama who was warmly received with her husband on a trip in 2009.

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Family allegedly sends their son to church for “spirit” of homosexuality to be burnt from him

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Homosexuality is romantic attraction, s*xual attraction or s*xual behavior between members of the same s*x or gender.

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As a s*xual orientation, homos*xuality is “an enduring pattern of emotional, romantic, and/or s*xual attractions” to people of the same s*x.

Well, the world is going in a direction where more people are coming out confidently to proclaim that they’re homos*xual.

Inasmuch as this ‘act’ is accepted and even legalized in some countries, it is seen as a gross sin in our part of the world for that matter unacceptable.

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By far, it is believed that those who are homos*xuals are possessed by demonic spirits.

It is at the back of this that a family is said to have allegedly sent their son to church for the spirit of homosexuality to be burnt from him.

In the viral photos on social media, one can see a giant candle combusting on top of his head.

And it is kind of believed that as the candle burns, the homos-xual demons are also burnt away.

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PHOTOS: Families mourns their loved ones at the place of the plane crash in Ethiopia

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Heartbroken family members on Wednesday morning mourned their loved ones at the place of the plane accident in Ethiopia.

It was a moving and heartbreaking scene on Wednesday on the place of Ethiopian Airline’s flight accident.

Families have cried on the site of the crushing of Ethiopian Airlines plane, paying tribute to those who died.

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Loved ones have placed portraits and deposited floral tributes on the site where flight and 302 crashed on Sunday, March 10th.

Below are photos from the scene. It’s very sad and emotional seeing the pictures:

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Courage to the grieving families

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Man reportedly pregnant after chopping someone’s wife

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Down here in Africa, there are so many taboos and superstitions.

It’s believed that some men have the power to tie their wife’s ‘v*gina’ with juju so that if any man sleeps with her or that’s if she cheats, they’ll get stuck during intercourse.

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It’s also believed that one can die by after sleeping with someone’s wife.

Well, there’s a viral photo online which see a man with a protruded stomach.

According to social media comments, his situation emerged after he slept with somene’s wife.

Photo below:

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Well, checks by celebritiesbuzz.com.gh indicates that the condition of this man above could be due to distended stomach — a medical condition.

What is a distended stomach?

A distended stomach is a term usually used to refer to distension or swelling of the abdomen and not of the stomach itself.

When the term is used in this manner, a number of different diseases and conditions can cause abdominal distension.

These conditions can be related to digestion, such as malabsorption or lactose intolerance, or to disturbances in bowel function, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or constipation. Bloating is another term that is sometimes used to refer to a swollen belly.

Consumption of high-fiber foods can lead to intestinal gas and bloating. Less commonly, ovarian cysts or other types of tumors can cause the appearance of a distended abdomen.

The accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity, known as ascites, can cause the appearance of distension.

Ascites has a number of causes, including cirrhosis of the liver.

A distended stomach (abdomen) can be associated with other symptoms, including:

  • belching,
  • nausea,
  • vomiting,
  • diarrhea,
  • fever, or
  • abdominal pain.
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