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Network Marketing: An Alternative Income Stream

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"Unless you are networking, you soon may be “not working.” Network marketing is not just becoming mainstream, it’s emerging today as the dominant market trend. It’s a trend that can’t be, won’t be stopped. We are entering an era of giant killers! Individuals today have as much power and knowledge accessibility as corporations! Instead of being a victim of change, you are now in a position to be a change." --- Denis Waitley.


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Network marketing is a type of business opportunity that is very popular with people looking for part-time, flexible businesses. Some of the most successful business people all around the world are either involved and recommend network marketing, including Donald Trump, Richard Branson, Robert Kiyosaki, T Harv Eker and many others.
Network marketing offers an opportunity for literally mill…

Profile Of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

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Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the president-elect of Ghana, was born and raised in Ga-Maami (Accra Central) and in the Nima area of Accra.

His father’s residence, Betty House at Korle Wokon in Accra, was effectively the headquarters of the country’s first political party, the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) after it was formed at Saltpond on 4 August 1947.
Three of the “Big Six” – the founding fathers of Ghana – were his relatives: J. B. Danquah (grand-uncle), William Ofori-Atta (uncle) and Edward Akufo-Addo (the third Chief Justice of Ghana and later ceremonial President of the Republic from 1969 to 1972), (his father).

Akufo-Addo received his primary education first at the Government Boys School, Adabraka, and later at the Rowe Road School (now Kimbu), both in Accra Central. He went to England to study for his O-Level and A-Level examinations at Lancing College, Sussex. He began the Philosophy, Politics and Economics course at New College, Oxford in 1962, but apparently left soon…

Fake US Embassy In Ghana Shut Down After A Decade

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It flew the American flag, hung a photo of President Obama and issued US visas for more than a decade.

But a building that operated as a US embassy in Ghana was a fake, the US State Department says.
The enterprise, which issued fraudulently obtained legitimate visas, counterfeit visas, and other false identification documents, was overseen by figures from Ghanaian and Turkish crime rings working in cahoots with corrupt Ghanaian officials, the US State Department said in a statement. It operated three days a week in Accra, the capital.


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The State Department did not say how many people may have entered the United States illegally using documentation issued by the crime ring, nor did it say how the ring may have obtained official documents.
Visas and passports from 10 different countries were found during raids on the nond…