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Diasporian News of Monday, 10 March 2008

Source: Pastourelle -sabakonor@wanadoo.fr

Community News From France

GIVE PASSPORTS FOR FREE TO ALL GHANAIANS BORN IN THE DIASPORA:SARPONG

The GHACIF WEBMASTER Mr. Kwame Sarpong Dumorine, has suggested that, the Ghana Government offers free Ghanaian Passport to all Ghanaian descendants born and growing in the diaspora.

At a NATION BUILDING contact with Apostle Doctor E.A. Owusu, Mr. Dumorine Explained that,such gesture will revive the desire of these treasures of Ghana to link back. He said, such gesture will cost the government some money but the returns will be multiplications of what it will invest.

The Apostle helped him to analyse the suggestion and added that there was the need for the government to pay attention to our youth in the diaspora.

They discussed the oil source discovery in Ghana and thankful prayers to God were said by the Apostle who is also the National Head of the COP.

MASS CHOIR: ‘Gospel Explosion’ at La Briche (Paris)

Pastor Asiedu of Action Faith Chapel has made a true revolution in our Community. With others, he has created a MASS CHOIR for Ghanaian Children in France.

Last Saturday (16/02/08) these young Ghanaians in their beauty sang wonderful songs to the glory of God. It all happened at La Briche (a suburb of Paris) during a Gospel Explosion Concert.

The Pastor said the group was created immediately after the Golden Jubilee celebrations. Across that the youth is being draw nearer to Ghana and also being religiously educated against adolescent dangers.

The choristers are from various churches in France. The group is wonderful. It is a great success for Ghana and Ghanaians.

GHACIF’S NATION-BUILDING PROGRAM FOR GHANA.

An informal get-together among the GHACIF executives and some French nationals unveiled the NATION-BUILDING program of GHACIF which is under swift campaign. This took place at Sarcelles – a suburb of Paris - last Sunday, 20/01/08.

Mr. Frati Franklin a Business Executive at Sentier who is also a sympathiser of GHACIF at the occasion told people present that Ghana is a country which France has at heart. He said that Ghanaians are exemplary. He has had the opportunity to employ several Ghanaians in his enterprise and has had the chance to access their efficiency. He disclosed his confidence in the ability of Ghanaians to uphold their destiny and Build Up their Nation.

Mr. Stephane who offered the occasion recalled certain socio-cultural activities that linked the two people (for example, in the area of sports). With the others, Mr David Fertouk also present, pledged support for the program and paid for the bags of cement corresponding to the number of Campaign Gadgets that they picked.

We hope to see you all follow-up to help BUILD GHANA. ONE MAN=ONE CEMENT. BUILD-UP YOUR GHANA TODAY with GHACIF.