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EastEnders Star Rudolph Walker and Football legend Les Ferdinand get behind the Be Clear on Cancer ‘Prostate Cancer’ campaign E-mail

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Monday 20 October, 2014

EastEnders Star Rudolph Walker and Football legend Les Ferdinand get behind the Be Clear on Cancer ‘Prostate Cancer’ campaign

1 in 4 black men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime

EastEnders actor Rudolph Walker OBE and former England international footballer and Premier League coach Les Ferdinand MBE, are just two of the high profile names that have joined forces to raise awareness of the increased risk of prostate cancer amongst black men, as part of the ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign.

Record number of people with HIV as London’s HIV charity steps up activities E-mail

POSITIVE EASTThe latest statistics from Public Health England report the highest number of people living with HIV in London than ever before with over 50,000 people infected. 1 in 4 don’t know they have the virus. With World AIDS Day approaching – Monday December 1 - London’s largest HIV charity, Positive East has put

Premier League football clubs kick-off Be Clear on Cancer ‘Blood in Pee’ campaign E-mail

Only 1 in 3 survive bladder or kidney cancer beyond a year if diagnosed at late stage[i]

Four Premier League clubs from across the country have put their rivalry to one side to support Public Health England’s campaign to increase awareness of a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancers – blood in pee. Latest figures reveal that only 1 in 3 people survive bladder or kidney cancer beyond 12 months if diagnosed at a late stage, compared with more than 9 in 10 who survive at least a year if diagnosed at the earliest stage.

Otumfuo to honour Kofi Boakye E-mail

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, will tomorrow commission the refurbished offices of the Ashanti Regional Police Command headquarters in Kumasi.

The refurbishment of the structures built during the colonial era was initiated by Regional Commander, DCOP Kofi Boakye who assumed office about 10 months ago.

Otumfuo has acknowledged what he described as excellent leadership exhibited by the Regional Commander, resulting in a reduction in crime and a boost to police image in the region.

Luv FM’s Erastus Asare Donkor has assessed the 10 months tenure of DCOP Kofi Boakye and reports that among the new facilities created at the command headquarters is a modern conference hall.

Ten months ago, the Central Police yard was virtually a parking lot for impounded vehicles, motorcycles and other equipment some of which had not been claimed for years.

AGI 2014 Awards: ‘A’ rated Activa is the Best Insurance Company in Ghana E-mail

Activa International Insurance Company was on Saturday, 22nd November, 2014 honoured as the Best Company in the Financial Services Sector (Insurance) at the 3rd Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) Awards night held at the Banquet Hall, State House, Accra.

Commenting on the awards, the Deputy Managing Director of Activa, Mr Solomon Lartey said "We at Activa feel very good about this prestigious award. It is a recognition of who we are and the quality we bring into the Ghanaian market. If we are offering world class insurance solutions to over 37 countries in Africa through our Globus Network; we are under obligation to do same for our own country, Ghana".

He asked Corporate Ghana, SMEs and individuals to insure their businesses, assets, property, vehicles and liabilities with Activa International as they guarantee confidence and peace of mind in difficult times.

3 charged over Nayele cocaine scandal E-mail

The three suspects arrested in connection with the recent drug scandal involving one Nayele Ametefeh have been charged with abetment of crime.

The three, Abiel Ashitey Armah, Ahmed Abubakar and Kissi Theophilus who are currently in police custody have been dragged before the Circuit Court to answer charges relating "to the exportation of narcotic drugs, contrary to sections 56 (c) and 1(1) of the Narcotics Drugs(Control, enforcement and sanctions) Act 1990 (PNDCL236)"

They were said to have assisted Nayele to carry 12 kilogrammes of cocaine through the VVIP of the Kotoka International Airport prior to her arrest in the UK on November 9, 2014.

A copy of the charge sheet intercepted by Asempa FM and which is signed by Richard Gyambiby, Assistant State Attorney reported the 1st accused person, Abiel Ashitey Armah, as saying he was contacted by one Alhaji Daud to facilitate the passage of Nayele Ametefeh and two other ladies through the VVIP lounge at the airport.

Mr Armah is said to be a foreign service officer.





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