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How Kofi Annan died

Ghana and the rest of the international community last Saturday morning woke up to the stunning news of the death of former United Nations (UN) Secretary General, Kofi Annan aged 80. The news, perhaps, first broke out in Ghana, his motherland, after snippets of it made it to the social media, >> more

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Let’s all try our best to bury our loved ones between one week. I believe we are wasting too much time, money and resources on burials in Ghana.

Most Rev. Charles Palmer-Buckle, Archbishop, Cape Coast Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church