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When foreign policy does not protect citizens

THE Ghanaian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ms.  Shirley Ayorkor-Botchwey was this  Monday  in Abuja on a charm offensive. Her visit came four days after Nigerian traders in Ghana reported that the envisaged attacks on them by members of the Ghana Union Traders Association, GUTA, had commenced  at  the Suame Magazine Market, in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

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Not too young to run, or run away

ALMOST all  foundations floated by First Ladies are political gimmickry. They  die as soon as their spouses leave office. But the staying power of the Leadership Empowerment And Resource Network, LEARN,  its deepening  commitment to the youths and assisting to solve the myriad of challenges we face as a people, attests to the  selflessness and commitment of its founder,  Dame Abimbola Emmanuella Fashola,  former First Lady of Lagos State.

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