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Martha Ankomah And Alleged Lesbian Government Official Exposed By Abena Korkor Were Once Dating- Insider Reveals
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Martha Ankomah And Alleged Lesbian Government Official Exposed By Abena Korkor Were Once Dating- Insider Reveals

Ghanaian actress Martha Ankomah has found herself in hot waters after it has been alleged that she was once the lesbian partner of the Government official exposed by Abena Korkor for being a lesbian. Recall Abena Korkor recently went on a rant on social media and fingered the Deputy Executive Director of Ghana National Service Scheme, Afia Oware as one of the lesbians in government and asked what parliament intends to do about her since parliament has resolved to impose punitive measures on members of the LGBT community. “On the Anti- LGBT bill, what will parliament do about lesbians, gays and queer people in your camp. Like Afia Oware @afiaoware I don’t know whether current but she used to the National Ser. deputy something. She is lesbian.”, she wrote. According to close sou...
Boko Haram Leaves 3 Million Kids Out Of School In Northern Nigeria
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Boko Haram Leaves 3 Million Kids Out Of School In Northern Nigeria

Boko Haram’s ongoing insurgency in northern Nigeria has forced the closure of more than 57 percent of schools in Borno state, leaving about 3 million children without an education as the school year begins, the United Nations Children’s Fund said Friday. “Children in northeast Nigeria are living through so much horror,” said Justin Forsyth, UNICEF’s Deputy Executive Director at the end of a three-day visit to Maiduguri, the epicenter of the crisis in the northeast. “In addition to devastating malnutrition, violence and an outbreak of cholera, the attacks on schools is in danger of creating a lost generation of children, threatening their and the country’s future.” Banki, on the border with Cameroon, has been reduced to rubble. The continuing insecurity in the town of some 40,000 r...
More Than Half Of All Schools Remain Closed In Borno – UNICEF
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More Than Half Of All Schools Remain Closed In Borno – UNICEF

The crisis caused by the Boko Haram insurgency in northeast Nigeria means that over 57 per cent of schools in Borno, the worst-hit state, are closed, even as the new school year begins. Since 2009, across the northeast, over 2,295 teachers have been killed and 19,000 have been displaced. Almost 1,400 schools have been destroyed with the majority unable to open because of extensive damage or because they are in areas that remain unsafe. An estimated three million children are in need of emergency education support. “Children in northeast Nigeria are living through so much horror,” said Justin Forsyth, Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF at the end of a three-day visit to Maiduguri, the epicentre of the crisis in the northeast. “In addition to devastating malnutrition, violence a...

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