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BUSY SIGNAL-GO TO TELL YOU(ZUM ZUM)

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Busy Signal have released a brand new banger which tagged GO TO TELL YOU (ZUM ZUM),check it out below.
Enjoy your tune.

BUSY SIGNAL-GO TO TELL YOU
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TOMMY LEE SPARTA-ENVY

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Here is the 5th track of Tommy Lee Sparta Reincarnation album,check it below.
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TOMMY LEE SPARTA-ENVY
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SHATTA WALE-RUN FOR YOUR LIFE(STONEBWOY DISS)-(PROD.BY MOG)

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Shatta Wale the dancehall King is here with a new hottest track which he call it RUN FOR YOUR LIFE and produced by MOG,Check it below.

SHATTA WALE-RUN FOR YOUR LIFE
(PROD.BY MOG)
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TOMMY LEE SPARTA-DRUNK AND HIGH.

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Here is the third song of the album reincarnation by the Jamaican dancehall artist Tommy Lee Sparta which he called it DRUNK AND HIGH,check it below.
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TOMMY LEE SPARTA-DRUNK AND HIGH
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LAMBOGINNY-WE GOT YOU-(PROD.BY BENIE MACAULAY)

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Lamboginng is here with this newly drop out track called WE GOT YOU and it is produced by Benie Macaulay,check it below.
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LAMBOGINNY-WE GOT YOU (PROD.BY BENIE MACAULAY)
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PROPERLY-LOVE YOU-FT.SKALES-PROD.BY D’TUNES

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A brand new tune drop out by D’tunes which is called LOVE YOU and was featured by Skales,check it out below.
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PROPERLY-LOVE YOU-FT.SKALES(PROD.BY D’TUNES).
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CEDIZ-EGYA WOM-FT.KWAME SETH-(PROD.BY DRRAY BEATZ)

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Cediz is here with this latest tune which is called EGYA WOM featuring Kwame Seth and produced by Drray Beats,check it out below .

CEDIZ-EGYA WOM-FT.KWANE SETH
(PROD.BY DRRAY BEATZ)
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PROPHET OBINIM DISPUTING THE GENUINESS OF JUSES INSIDE HIS CHURCH PREMISES.

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Bishop Daniel Obinim

In a latest action of the man who has arrogated himself the title of an Angel, the Founder and Leader of the International Godsway Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim has destroyed all images of Jesus Christ saying he is fake promising to replace them with his.

According to him, he will soon put up a statue of himself because he is an original person who can be seen and felt by many and visit others in their dreams just at the press of a button.

“We are not getting the real pictures of Jesus Christ that is how come we keep using this. I destroyed the ones in Kumasi and Accra because this man is an Italian who acted in a movie. You can never get the picture of my father the messiah anywhere. I should make my statue and pictures because I value the gifts he has given to me”, he told his congregation in Tema.

Recently he revealed that the founder of Christianity, Jesus Christ does not come any closer to him with regards to the performance of miracles.

According to him, he has since the inception of his ministry done a lot of miracles more than Jesus Christ and other prophets because he has an unlimited time, unlike Jesus who only had a limited period to stay on earth.

Surface on earth and do greater things than he did justify that with John 14:12-14 which states “Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these because I am going to the Father. 13 And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14 You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it.”
SOURCE,Ghanaweb.

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WHATSAPP IS BANNING SOME ACCOUNTS WITHOUT ALERT,CHECK IF YOU ARE AFFECTED.

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The Facebook-owned messaging service said that anyone using an unsupported version of WhatsApp would receive an in-app message stating that their account has been temporarily banned.

If you receive one of these messages, you will have to download the official app to continue using WhatsApp.

The move is an attempt by WhatsApp to stamp out knock-off versions of the app that violate the companys Terms of Service.

These include WhatsApp Plus and GB WhatsApp, which are altered versions of WhatsApp that allow users to add different themes or styles.

WhatsApp doesnt support these third-party apps because we cant validate their security practices, the company said.

If you have been using one of these third-party apps, you can switch over to the official app without losing your chat history.

Head over to WhatsApps FAQ page for instructions on backing up your chat history before moving to the official WhatsApp app

If you are using the official WhatsApp app and your account is banned, it is probably because you have violated WhatsApps Terms of Service.

You will receive the message: Your phone number is banned from using WhatsApp. Contact support for help.

If you think your account was banned by mistake, you can email the company and it will look into your case.

The email address is android_web@support.whatsapp.com if you are using an Android phone, and if you are on iPhone its iphone_web@support.whatsapp.com.

WORLD POPULATION HIT 7.7 BILLION MARK AS AT NOW.

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A child born in sub-Saharan Africa is 15 times more likely to die before age five than the one born in developed countries, a new UN study has indicated.

The report launched during this month’s 52nd session of the United Nations Commission on Population and Development (UNCPD) in New York shows that while child mortality rates have fallen by half since 1994, a child born in sub-Saharan Africa today is more than 15 times as likely to die before age five compared with a child born in the more developed regions.

By 2050, the survey shows, the proportion of persons aged 65 and above is projected to reach 28 per cent in Europe and 23 per cent in Northern America.

By the 2060s, fertility is projected to reach 2.1 births per woman, the rate required for populations to stabilise in the long run.

While life expectancy has increased in all world regions, the current gap in life expectancy between the more and least developed regions is 15 years.


Morever, the report shows that the progress has been uneven, and some major gaps remain. The study found out that while the global life expectancy at birth rose from 65 years in 1994 to 72 years in 2019, only half of all countries have achieved the targets included in the UN programme of action.

It shows child mortality levels in sub-Saharan Africa, which fell from 180 to 78 deaths per 1,000 births, remain well above the UN target.

The report shows gaps in life expectancy at birth across regions have narrowed. Since 1994, life expectancy at birth has increased by 5.2 years in Europe and Northern America and by 12 years in sub-Saharan Africa. Accordingly, the report shows, the gap in life expectancy at birth between countries in the more developed regions versus least developed countries has narrowed from 22 years in 1994 to 15 years in 2019.

The report further shows that global fertility is projected to reach 2.1 births per woman by the 2060s. It shows that between 1994 and 2019, the total fertility rate fell from 2.9 to 2.5 births per woman. Today, according to the report, more than half of the world’s population lives in countries with fertility under 2.1 births per woman.

It shows fertility rates in sub-Saharan Africa are at (4.8), Central and Southern Asia (2.4), Oceania excluding Australia and New Zealand (3.4), and Western Asia and Northern Africa (2.9).

Likewise, the global maternal mortality ratio, despite significant gains, is still above the target established in 1994.

The report shows use of modern methods of family planning has risen markedly globally, among married or in-union women of reproductive age who express a need for family planning. The proportion for whom such need is satisfied with modern methods of contraception increased from 72 per cent in 1994 to 78 per cent in 2019.

Nonetheless, in 44 countries, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and Oceania, less than half of women’s demand for family planning is being met by use of modern methods. In Africa, the region with the youngest age structure, the share of older persons is projected to increase from 4 per cent in 2019 to 9 per cent by 2050.