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Cristiano Ronaldo is “not the best in the world”, according to former Ballon d’Or winner George Weah, but the Portuguese is considered to be an inspiration to others, just like evergreen AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Two experienced frontmen are going head-to-head in a Serie A title tussle this season, with reigning champions from Turin starting to lose their grip on the crown.

Andrea Pirlo has endured difficulties in his debut campaign as a coach, with even the presence of Ronaldo not enough to help Juve remain ahead of the chasing pack.

Milan have moved to the top of the table, closely followed by arch-rivals Inter, with 39-year-old frontman Ibrahimovic leading a charge at San Siro.

Rossoneri legend Weah is a big fan of the enigmatic Swede, and five-time Golden Ball winner Ronaldo, and believes the longevity of both means they can remain at the top for some time yet.

“Ibra is strong and confident, but there is more behind this,” Weah told Gazzetta dello Sport.

“Milan signed him because he can be very useful for young players. He is an example and an inspiration for them.

“He is always focused and he gives everything for his passion. If you work hard and don’t lose your passion, then age is just a number. Think about Pietro Vierchowod, Franco Baresi or Paolo Maldini, they all played at high level until almost 40 years of age.

 

Published in Sports

Popular radio presenter, Kwame OB Narty has given a detailed account about Cecilia Marfo and Joyce Blessing’s issue.

The veteran gospel musician in a video published earlier by Zionfelix.net took Joyce Blessing’s microphone when she was performing at an event.

 

 

Published in ShowBiz
Sunday, 24 January 2021 00:00

Made in Ghana bread selling in US stores

Ghana’s premium and tasty cake bread A1 has penetrated the US market after three years of being in local operation.

Ghana’s Embassy in Washington announced on Friday that A1 bread is now available in America after successfully going through a special US government programme known as Select US, designed to help foreign products penetrate the U.S market.

“We are happy to announce that A1, an indigenous Ghanaian bread-making company has expanded its operations to the United States

 

“This expansion to the U.S. market is particularly unique because it is grounded on a special partnership arrangement with a major American bread company to ensure scale and penetration of the U.S. market at a faster rate,” the Embassy said in a statement on its official Facebook page.

 

 

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A new textile print has been introduced for the funeral of former President Jerry John Rawlings.

The theme for the wax print is: Odupɔn bi atutu, a Twi expression which means: ‘A big tree has fallen’.

It was designed by Tex Styles Ghana Limited, formerly Ghana Textiles Printing Company Limited, at the instance of the family of the late President.

The name of the cloth was chosen to immortalise the memory of the first President of the Fourth Republic.

The Head of Design, Premium African Textiles/Tex Styles Ghana Limited, Mr Bismarck Adu-Asare, told the Daily Graphic in Tema yesterday that following the demise of the former President, the family contacted the company to come up with a design and name for the fabric.

 

With the name and the theme in perspective, Tex Styles Ghana went into action to design something to meet the family’s preference.

The concept

Mr Adu-Asare explained that everybody valued a tree, hence in trying to design the cloth after initial discussions with the family, the company settled on some elements that must necessarily appear.

They included a portrait of the late President Rawlings, with the English inscription: “A great tree has fallen”, he said.

The print has the image of a fallen big tree, with some of the leaves still on it and others flying in the air, signifying that sometimes death occurs when the deceased still has much to offer.

Mr Adu-Asare said the fabric also had the image of the favourite animal of the deceased, an eagle, flapping its wings in the air after the tree had fallen.

 

There is also an arc around the eagle, which the company explained signalled that nothing happened in a vacuum.

“Some will say his (Rawlings’s) God has called him, while others will say his mother, who predeceased him in the same year, has called the beloved son,” Mr Adu-Asare explained.

He added: “From the artist who designed the cloth, all those leaves could also represent other leaves of other trees around the tree which is falling. This could mean the fallen tree has affected the others around it, hence we believe Rawlings’s death has affected others.”

 

Colours

He said the fabric came in five colour combinations — red and black, black and curry pad, black and dark brown (the typical Asante Kuntukuni colour of grey), black and black and white.

Mr Adu-Asare said the initial quantity requested was 10,000 yards, which had been released to the family, and expressed the hope that people would appreciate the designs.

 

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Amid a rising American atmosphere of political death threats and violence, some are calling for a secret vote to determined Donald Trump’s upcoming impeachment trial to protect senators’ safety.

The idea was discussed last time around after Trump’s first impeachment in 2019. Some argued that Republicans were unable to vote their conscience because of pressure from their party and constituents.

Secret votes, however, run contrary to a principle of transparency and senators’ accountability. Critics on Twitter complained Republicans would claim they voted one way, while actually voting exactly the opposite.

Published in Politics

U.S. President Joe Biden's decision to lift the ban on travel to the U.S. by citizens of majority-Muslim countries, has already won praise in Africa. But governments aren't expecting miracles from the new administration, writes Cai Nebe for Deutsche Welle. On his first day in office, the president repealed the Trump administration's 2017 immigration restriction, known as the Muslim ban, on travel and visas for citizens of predominantly Muslim countries. The list would grow to include 13 nations. In Africa, this affected Somalia, Nigeria, Sudan, Eritrea, Egypt, Libya and Tanzania. "This ban, which restricted issuance of visas to individuals from many Muslim and African countries, 

 

Published in Politics

Two doctors have written a scathing letter in the South African Medical Journal, criticising the United Kingdom (UK) for hiring a disproportionate number of health workers from low-resource countries, several of which are African. They point out that a recent report by the UK's General Medical Council (GMC) "suggested that 'overall numbers will need to rise further'". The GMC report stated that the UK will require "a continuation of the large number of doctors from overseas joining our workforce

 

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