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dominique paravicini Editor

Dear Friends,

After Easter comes Mother's day and to all mothers and wouldbe-mothers, we wish you happy holidays and much happiness.

In this edition, we bring you a report on a new kindergarten school at the Nima Cluster of Schools which was financed by the Indian Womens Association and duly inaugurated by the First Lady, Her Excellency, Mrs Ernestina Naadu Mills. It was a very moving event and we bring you a photo report of the day which saw these mothers facilitate the future education of some of the children

of Nima.

We did not rest our oars there, and as part of the Francaphonie week we visited the French School in Accra. We want you to know more about the activities of this very cosmopolitan school which has students from over 40 countries. Jean Luc Larcher, Headmaster of the French School, that teaches Ghana's second international language, received us and gave us a tour of his institution.

As always we bring you up to date with all the happenings and major events so close to us. This month, one of the giants in the global insurance industry, Allianz Insurance, organized its opening launch with nearly 400 distinguished guests. We bring you a photo report of that glamorous evening.

Besides that, we have a special interview with Mr Prado (MD of Allianz) to find out more about his company.

Let's not forget our Tigo, our faithful companion in Enjoy, who supported a basketball tournament that was organized by the Legon Hall of the University of Ghana.

To our mothers and children, Enjoy the holidays .....

And don't forget you can also read the magazine online at: www.enjoyaccra.com

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In keeping with rewarding the loyalty of its esteemed subscribers, mobile telephony operator, Tigo has rolled out a new weekly promo to add on to its bouquet of attractive offers.

Every Sunday Tigo gives all its prepaid subscribers fantastic surprises comprising free airtime, free SMS text messages, free back tones, and lots more. Indeed Sundays are special days for prepaid Tigo subscribers.

This add-on follows the recent introduction on the market of talk time packages-8marTalk and Tigo #1, which are fast gaining popularity among the network's subscribers. Tigo Sunday complements the network's Tigo week mouthwatering offer of triple bonus for every credit reloaded from our Top & Go vendors.

Tigo Sunday is available only to prepaid subscribers. To tap into the Tigo Sunday benefit, prepaid subscribers need to keep their SIM cards active.

What Special Gift Will You Get on Tigo Special Sundays?

Allianz Group is a leading financial services provider. With headquarters in Munich Germany, it offers insurance and asset management solutions in 32 markets worldwide. Represented in more than 70 countries, Allianz Group is currently the world's largest insurance company. Honoured guests from the Ghanaian business enviroment attended the launch at the Novotel Hotel.

Hon. Nii Nortey Dua ( Deputy Minister of Youth & Sports ), Kathrin Attah-Agyemang ( Legal Secretary Allianz Gh. ) & Mr. Kofi Ampim ( Board Chairman Allianz Gh. )

Dr. Marius Haas ( German Ambassador), Mr. Patrick Prado ( MD Allianz Ghana) & H.E. Francis Hurtut (French Ambassador)

The most trusted and valued insurer

Martin Amoah ( Operations Dir., Allianz Gh. ) & Lazarus Lamptey ( Financial Dir. Allianz Gh. )

Daniel Fortuit ( GM, Allianz Africa)

& Fredric Baccelli ( Deputy GM, Allianz Africa)

Mr. Nicolas Jambou (Allianz Gh ), Mr. Kwame Danquah

( Ghana Hotel Association ), Mr. Bright Attah ( MD, Crown Apartmento )

Mr. Kafui Dey ( Host, Who wants to be a Millionaire & Stellar Tours)

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Integrity: the basis for business

World's biggest insurance company Allianz launched in Ghana

ENJOY COMPANY PROFILE. THIS MONTH WITH MR. PRADO, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF ALLlANZ INSURANCE GHANA

Q: What are the main activities of the Allianz Group?

A: 'Allianz Group is a leading financial services provider. Our company, headquartered in Munich Germany, offers insurance and asset management solutions in 32 markets worldwide. Represented in more than 70 countries, Allianz Group is currently the world's largest insurance company. It has a very strong financial standing, despite the current global economic downturn'.

Q: Why is Allianz launching its activities in Ghana?

A: 'The insurance sector in

Ghana is experiencing an

important development. The

economy is growing dynamically. The government focuses on increasing investments in the private sector and stabilizing the economy. These efforts, backed by political stability, make Ghana's investment climate congenial to domestic and foreign investors. The financial sector is likely to benefit from this growth. The insurance industry is one of the key beneficiaries to this development'.

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"Allianz intends to take insurance and risk management I in Ghana to a higher level not yet seen in the history of this country. A progressing country like Ghana requires a

I solid and sound risk management service company".

Q: What makes Allianz outstanding compared to other insurance companies in Ghana?

A: 'Allianz intends to take insurance and risk management in Ghana to a higher level not yet seen in the history of this country. A progressing country like Ghana requires a solid and sound risk management service company. We are here to support both corporate entities and individuals to enable them to develop business and manage their daily activities. Integrity and liability are very important in our services'.

Q: What kind of services does Allianz offer and to whom?

A: 'We offer all forms of general insurance services such as motor, fire and allied perils, travel, personal accident and home package insurance. As well as specific insurances such as bond and customs bond, marine, employers liability, public liability, aviation hull and liability, and oil and gas'.

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Q: What is the main objective of Allianz in Ghana?

A: 'Our main goal is to be a company in which the public can entrust their assets and liabilities. People need to trust that in case losses occur, the insurance company will not be negligent. We are convinced that we can earn the trust of our customers and partners by offering the highest level of integrity. We aim to provide a service that will set the standard in our markets through continuous improvement. For us, integrity means more than just keeping our promise. It means making promises that we can keep'.

Q: What is Allianz offering Ghana, in terms of employment, business and investment?

A: 'Allianz Ghana employs Ghanaians for various positions in the company, such as finance and operations. Our company is also supporting the business community to undertake their daily activities knowing that in the event of an unfortunate disaster, Allianz Ghana will make good the loss'. ~

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from right: Jonathan Molapo

( MD, Total Gh ) in a hearty chat with a guest

Alhaji Mohammed

( GM, Kenpong Constructions Ltd) & Honored guest

Mr. Thierry-Gilles Marin ( Dir. Kwatsons) & Mr. Bernard Botte the Charge d'Affaires at the French Embassy,

Mr. Anjorin Fashion show was organized by Chester-The audience were entertained by Bibi Brew

( Boeing Africa)

"Our goal is to be the most trusted insurance company in Ghana, we intend to make even greater efforts to achieve this. In our pursuit of this goal, we are guided by our fundamental principles and management priorities".

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First Lady

Inaugurates Kindergaten School At Nima with Indian Women's Association in Ghana.

I "She therefore advised parents to ensure

that their children

had access to

kindergarten education

since it provided the

right foundation for

their education".

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Mrs. Ernestina Naadu Mills

f n a recent edition, we reported on the philanthropic activities of the Indian Women's Association in Ghana. As part of their continued support to society, the Association has built a kindergarten with an estimated worth of GH¢70,OOO at the Nima Cluster of Schools.

The First Lady, Mrs. Ernestina Naadu Mills, commissioned the project and in her speech reminded Ghanaians that kindergarten education for children between four and six years formed part of the compulsory framework of basic education.

She therefore advised parents to ensure that their children had access to kindergarten education since it provided the right foundation for their later success at school.

Students of the school

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Dance performance

She noted that only 75 per cent of children had the opportunity to attend a kindergarten in part due to the relatively high fees charged by most proprietors. Describing the facility as a model for the children of Nima, Mrs. Naadu Mills

commended members of the Mrs. Ruchi Ghanashyam, Indian

Indian Women's Association High Commissioner to Ghana

and the National Partnership

for Children's Trust for the initiative.

Mrs. Mehek Mohinani, President of the Association, said as a regular visitor to the area, she was touched by the plight of the children who were housed in a make-shift shed. She said the association in collaboration with the National Partnership for Children's Trust and other organizations began work on the facility in August 2008.

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Indian women's association

Mr. Pallav Rastogi

First lady cutting the ribbon

"Mrs. Mehek Mohinani, President of the Association, said as a regular visitor to the area, she was touched by the plight of the children who were housed in a make-shift shed".

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The facility has been furnished with kindergarten books, toys and teaching materials as well as other essentials to make the children comfortable.

Mrs. Ruchi Ghanashyam, Indian High Commissioner to Ghana, said education was a priceless gift that parents should provide for their children.

"Development of the mind is a lasting gift that cannot be taken away by anyone", she added.

Dr. Mustapha Ahmed, Member of Parliament for Ayawaso East, who is constructing a library and a computer laboratory for the area, took the opportunity to present some items to the school and urged the community to support the project to ensure the children acquired the best education possible. ~

First lady with the incoming and out going presidents of the Indian Women's Association

Dr. Mustapha Ahmed, MP for Ayawaso East making a presentation

Mrs. Sonya Sadhwani ( Melcom )

"Development of t~

mind is a lasting gift that

cannot be taken away

I by anyone", she added.

Indian Women's Association in a group photograph with the first lady

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c-::::I he Legon basketball court was the setting for this ... year's University of Ghana Inter hallslhostels basketball competition - Legon Dunks 2010. The event, which formed part of the annual Legon Hall Week celebration, attracted participation from Legon, Akuafo, Mensa-Sarbah, and Commonwealth halls, as well as Evandy, Pentagon and International Students' Hostels.

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Legon Dunks 2010 winner, Akuafo Hall

Nana Ampratwum rewards champions, Akuafo Hall

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Kumasi Asante Kotoko Circles Gala Competition

I ':4bout nine teams participated in the

Gala, which was also

aimed at fostering unity among the

various circles J supporting the club".

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The maiden edition of the gala brought together supporters of Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the Greater Accra region who had fun while competing in the competitive gala. About nine teams participated in the gala, which was also aimed at fostering unity among the various circles supporting the club.

Hundreds of supporters graced the competition to cheer their favourite Circle to victory. However, at the end of the competition, the musical Nima Circle of the Kotoko Supporters Union emerged as winner of the competition. The entertainment value of the competition was enhanced by a jam a competition aside music provided by a spinning group. Both the winners, runners up and other participants went away with branded ana adorable Tigo souvenirs. ~

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Winning team ready to receive their prizes

Jubilation time

"However, at the end of the competition, the musical Nima Circle of the Kotoko Supporters Union emerged as winner of the competition",

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The French School Jacques Prevert of Accra:

A Passport For Tomorrow

Created in 1963, the French School J. Prevert of Accra educates children from kindergarten and through to the French baccalaureate. The school is part of 461 French schools worldwide. Most of the teachers have been trained in France or are graduates from French universities. Each year, they undergo extra training.

Although French students are given priority, the French school is open to other communities and has around forty nationalities. Open to the local environment, teaching includes regional input: as English is taught in kindergarten, the school has also developed a partnership with local schools and participated in sporting events both locally and as well as with other French schools within the zone.

The French baccalaureate for which the French school prepares is recognized in most countries and is an entry "visa" into the not only the French universities, but also other European and North American universities. ~

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Constance Ogra ( Secretary)

I "The French

I Baccalaureate for

which the French school prepares is recognized in most countries and is an entry "visa" into the French universities, but also European, Canadian as well

as American". I

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L' ecole Francaise Jacques Prevert d' Accra: un Passeport Pour Demain

Cree en 1963, l'ecole francaise J. Prevert d' Accra scolarise les enfants des les classes de maternelle et prepare au baccalaureat francais. ~ecole fait partie des 461 etablissements francais presents a travers Ie monde. Les enseignants sont pour la plupart titulaires de l'education nationale et on ete formes en France ou sont dipl6mes des universites francaise. lis beneficient chaque annee de stages de formation continue.

Si les eleves francais sont accueillis prioritairement, l'ecole francalse est largement ouverte aux autres comrnunautes et compte une quarantaine de nationalites, Ouvert sur I'environnent local, I'enseignement dispense integre des donnees regionales: ainsi I'anglais est enseiqnes des la maternelle; l'ecole a aussi developpe un partenariat avec des eccles locales et participe a des rencontres sportives tant au plan local qu'avec les eccles francalse de la zone.

Le dipl6me du bacoalaureat francais auquel prepare l'ecole francalse d'Accra est reconnue dans la plupart des pays et est un «visa» d'entree dans les universites francaise mais aussi europeennes, canadiennes et americaines, ~

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"Le diplome du becceleuteet tmnceis auquel prepare I'ecale franr;aise d'Accra est recannue dans la plupart des pays et est un «visa» o'entree dans les universites franr;aise mais aussi eurcoeeanes, canadiennes

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ty.~owe," to be wired t&mdwhO lived two hundred miles away. As he got out of his car he noticed a young girl sitting on the curb sobbing.

He asked her what was wrong and she replied, "It is mother's day and I wanted to buy a red rose for my mother, but I only have seventy-five cents, and a rose costs two dollars." The man smiled and said, "Come on in with me. I'll buy you a rose. "He bought the little girl her rose and ordered his own mother's flowers.

As they were leaving the flower shop, he offered the girl a ride home. She said, "Yes, please! You can take me to my mother." She directed him to a cemetery, where she placed the rose on a freshly dug grave.

The man returned to the flower shop, cancelled the wire order, picked up the bouquet and drove the two hundred miles to his mother's house. Many people are so taken up by their works they tend to forget the pain of motherhood and the role mothers, sisters, aunties and even grandmothers play in our lives. Sunday, May 9th is Mother's Day and is the perfect time in the year to honor your mother for the years of love and childrearing, so show your appreciation for her hard work and patience.

Here are some tips on how to make the day special for your mother and all other motherly figures in your life. Personally I think our mummies work too hard and on their special day we should make an effort to get them to relax a little bit more.

Ideas for Mother's Day:

Make it a point to do all the errands for the day, a trip to the mall to buy all the items of she will need. It will mean one journey less for her and some happiness on the part of both of you.

"Sunday, May 9th is Mother's Day and is the perfect time in the year to honor your mother for the years of love and childrearing, so show your appreciation for her hard work and patience".

If you are adept in playing some musical instrument, say a mouthorgan or a guitar or piano, you can play her favorite songs yourself and give her a nice surprise. If you have good singing talent and your vocal capabilities are fairly tolerable, record the songs she likes in your own voice make a CD and gift it to her to listen to. You can also write a song dedicated to her and add it to the record for further effect.

Cook up something nice for her preferably one of her favorite dishes. Bake a cake, prepare a smooth ie, cook a brunch recipe or make at least one item for dinner and give her a treat on Mother's Day.

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Decorate the house as beautifully as you can the night before the big day. Sneak in flowers, balloons and streamers in her absence from home and after she goes to sleep, dress up each room splendidly. Do not forget to keep a vase filled with fresh flowers and a big bouquet of her favorite blossoms on the dining room table. She will surely be surprised after she wakes from bed in the morning.

It's a Sunday so seal off the day by personally writing and reading her a poem from your heart: your mom will be truly touched by the effort. Mother's Day is all about spending time together with mom and making her feel special. What better way than catching together some great movies that are aptly suited for Mother's Day? Organize some popcorn, sodas or fruit juice and the whole family should sit in front of the television and watch one these all time favorite family movies (rent from a video library): ~

Stepmom by Chris Columbus,

Terms of Endearment

by James L. Brooks, Mother by Albert Brooks, Baby Boom by

Charles Shyer,

Yours, Mine and Ours by Melville Shavelson, Mask by Peter Bogdanovich ....

Enjoy our special poem dedicated to mother Ghana and all women in Ghana.

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There are times when only a Mother's love Can understand our tears,

Can soothe our disappoints

And calm all of our fears.

There are times when only a Mother's love Can share the joy we feel

When something we've dreamed about Quite suddenly is real.

There are times when only a Mother's faith Can help us on life's way

And inspire in us the confidence We need from day to day.

For a Mother's heart and a Mother's faith And a Mother's steadfast love

Were fashioned by the Angels

And sent from God above.

-Author Unknown-

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You were there when we took our first steps, And went unsteadily across the floor.

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UA Maniel Attoh ( Citizen Attoh) a sports and entertainment J Y presenter atJoyFM, celebrated a sweet "20somethingth" birthday with friends and colleagues recently.

Attoh is no doubt good at what he does both with sports programmes and the zain entertainment news on joy fm. He has also won the hearts of many a discerning listeners to the radio station.

For his birthday he took some time off to hang out with some friends at EL- Faisal Restaurant in Accra and of course, he drank and danced the night away.

"Enjoy Accra decided to bring bits of images from the hang out as well as what he's been up to",

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a blonde and a lawyer are seated next to each other on a flight from LA to NY. The lawyer asks if she would like to play a fun game? The blonde, tired, just wants to take a nap, politely declines and rolls over to the window to catch a few winks. The lawyer persists and explains that the game is easy and a lot of fun. He explains, "I ask you a question, and if you don't know the answer, you pay me $5.00, and vice versa."

a gain, she declines and tries to get some sleep.The lawyer, now agitated, says, "Okay, if you don't know the answer you pay me $5.00, and if I don't know the answer, I will pay you $500.00." This catches the blonde's attention and, figuring there will be no end to this torment unless she plays, agrees to the game.

The lawyer asks the first question. "What's the distance from the earth to the moon?" The blonde doesn't say a word, reaches into her purse, pulls out a $5.00 bill and hands it to the lawyer. "Okay, " says the lawyer, "your turn".

.. he asks the lawyer, "What goes up a hill with three legs and comes .., down with four legs?" The lawyer, puzzled, takes out his laptop computer and searches all his references, no answer. He taps into the air phone with his modem and searches the net and the library of congress, no answer. Frustrated, he sends e-mail to all his friends and

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The blonde says, "Thank you, " and turns back to get some more sleep. The lawyer, who is more than a little miffed, wakes the blonde and asks, "Well, what's the answer?"

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TANGERINEGLAZED EASTER HAM with Baby Carrots

Ingredients

• 1 (8 to 10-pound) smoked ham, bone-in, skin on

• Kosher salt and freshly ground Put the ham in a large roasting pan,

black pepper fat-side up. Using a sharp knife, score

• 1 bunch fresh sage leaves the ham with cuts across the skin, about

• 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2-inches apart and 1I2-inch deep. Cut

• 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, diagonally down the slashes to form

cut in chunks a diamond pattern; season the meat

• 2 tangerines, sliced thin, generously with salt and pepper. Chop

seeds removed about 8 of the sage leaves and put it in

• 2 cups tangerine juice a bowl; mix with the oil to make a paste.

• 2 cups light brown sugar, packed Rub the sage-oil all over the ham, being

• 1 cup water sure to get the flavor into all the slits. Bake

• 1/4 teaspoon whole cloves the ham for 2 hours. Now there is plenty Scatter the carrots around the ham and

• 2 cinnamon sticks of time to bang-out the tangerine glaze. coat in the tangerine glaze. Stick the ham

• 11/2 pounds carrots, peeled once again back in the oven and cook

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Set the ham on a cutting board to rest before carving. Serve the carrots and tangerine glaze on the side.

Preheat oven to 300 degrees F. Directions

For the glaze: Place a saucepan over medium heat. Add the chunks of butter, tangerines, tangerine juice, brown sugar, water, and spices. Slowly cook the liquid down to a syrupy glaze; this should take about 30 to 40 minutes.

After the ham has being going for a couple of hours, pour the tangerine glaze allover it, with the pieces of fruit and all. Scatter the remaining sage leaves on top and stick the ham back in the oven and continue to cook for 1112 hours, basting with the juices every 30 minutes.

Ingredients

• Scant 4 ounces Champagne

• 1/2 ounce canned peach nectar

• 1 slice fresh (or frozen) peach

Directions:

In a champagne glass pour chilled champagne. Carefully pour peach nectar down the inside of glass.

Garnish with peach slice.

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Overview

Aries 2113-20/04

An energetic month is in store for you, dear Aries. You are getting back on your feet. You want to have fun, and you might find you're pouring a lot of energy into your hobbies, children, and recreation in April. Romance moves forward, and you're ready to take the initiative when it comes to matters of the heart. Around the 14th, you're getting a fresh new start. After the 18th, it's time to be prudent and to review your budget rather than spend. Follow the dictates of your heart this month.

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}\:.vrif A stronger awareness of others, a bigger emphasis on networking and enjoying time spent with friends, and a hard look at the work you do are in store for you in 2010, dear Taurus. For some years now, you've been exposed to unusual people and alternative lifestyles through your connections with others. This year, you're finding more than usual enjoyment from group or friend activities. Some of you may be exploring different sexual friendships and arrangements, and a less possessive approach to relating in general. Watch out, however, for overdoing your involvement with new connections in your life, as you may be alienating those that have withstood the test of time. A healthy balance is important, especially since many of the situations that 2010 seems to promise are fleeting or not yet develoged enough to feel secure about. Those of you in business for yourself could see an especially profitable year.

Taurus 2114-21105

This month, you are coming across as quite charming, but introspective nevertheless, dear Taurus. Work matters go especially well. Job seekers will find good prospects. Romance finds you, but after the 18th, hesitancy is likely. You might end up saying all the wrong things without intending to, so be careful when choosing words to express yourself. You're getting domestic conditions sorted out and have many projects going on the home front. You have the energy now to improve your living conditions. Around the Full Moon on the 28th, a partnership needs attention.

Gemini 22/5-21106

You are more in touch with friends and dreaming up new goals in April, dear Gemini. Take advantage of the cooperative mood around you. After the 18th, however, you may be a little introspective as you review your plans. There can be frustrating delays, particularly on the job now, and especially around the 28th. Don't take any communications for granted. After the 25th, romance comes easily. You are getting all the attention you need, but it won't be until mid-May before you are clear on what it is you want.

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Cancer

22/6·23/07

Your career is certainly picking up pace in April, dear Cancer. You are clearer about your goals and work matters are straightforward. Others are recognizing your talents and abilities, so it's a good time to get yourself noticed. Your drive to improve your finances is great this month. Motivation that you lacked in recent months is returning. Love is friendly and understanding this month. It's an excellent period in your life to mend any challenged friendships, and for joining a group or association that helps you to feel part of a team.

Leo

2417·23108

April is an especially strong month for personal energy, confidence, and motivation for you, dear Leo. Others are naturally letting you take the lead now, and you're gladly taking on the role. You are setting your sights high this month, not afraid to go after what you want. Others are really taking note of you on the job, and relations are strong with co-workers and those in authority. Dress for success. Still, after the 18th, there can be some troubling delays or communication snafus when it comes to your career.

Virgo 24/8·23/09

Your inner world is especially active and rich this month, dear Virgo, as you find much motivation to work behind the scenes or to work on projeets in relative solitude. Your mood in love is mostly adventurous, and your charm is quite natural now. A more positive and forward-looking attitude wins you many admirers now. Tying up loose ends and cle~ing out-unnecessary clutter are !pernes in April. Arte~ he 18th, some i:l6lays are likely. It's a strong period, however,,..fer-softi g out finances, and especially debts.

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Libra

24/9·23110

This is a very strong month for close relationships, dear Libra, even if it's not the most energetic of periods on a personal level. A partner may need extra attention, but is happily very straightforward and your relationship is certainly clearer than it has been in recent months. Balancing intimacy and friendship is the goal now, and you are likely to succeed. Friendships are especially rewarding and motivating. April is an excellent period for networking of all kinds. Some of you are taking a friendship to an entirely new level.

Scorpio 24110·22/11

Your career is receiving strong energy this month, dear Scorpio. It's

picking up pace, and professional matters become clearer and more straightforward. You are feeling remotivated after some confusion and lack of enthusiasm in recent months. Keeping your nose to the grindstone is a good idea now, although you tend to want to take the lead. Relationships are easygoing and satisfying. After the 18th, however, saying what you mean to a special someone could prove difficult, even if your intentions are grand. Special attention to a loved one is in order around the 28th.

Sagittarius 23/11·21112

The first few weeks of April are strong for taking a break from the rigors of daily life, dear Sagittarius. You are feeling especially playful, energetic, and expressive this month, and it's time to have some fun. Freedom to do as you please is a driving factor in all that you do now. After som~l.months of questioning your overall faith ig life, you are feeling strong and committed to a cause. Relations on the job are good, although after the 18th, communication p~oblems or other irksome delays are likely.

Capricorn 22112·20/01

Your charm is easy this month, dear Capricorn, particularly in the first two weeks of the month. You have a winning smile and you easily impress others with a more easygoing and playful approach to life. April's energy is strong for romance, although after the 18th, there may be some confusion encountered sU~0_unding dates, desires, and other, bommunications. Family matters are smoother and living conditions clearer than they have been in recent months. It's a good time to find the energy to sort out finances, and especially debts, taxes, and shared property.

Aquarius 21101·19/02

Relationships become much clearer for you in April, dear Aquarius. Communication is refreshingly direct in the first two weeks of the month, and although relationships are not without their challenges, you benefit from increased clarity and the feeling that you know what you, and a partner, want from your partnership. Students benefit from more enthusiasm and motivation now. April is a busy month for tending to the little but important details of daily life, including catching up on emails, paperwork, and errands. Special care with communications with family. i necessary after the 18th.

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Ghanaians for the most part are a very religious group of people, so Easter is an important holiday for the great number of Christians that live in Ghana. The celebrations start the previous Sunday which is known as Palm Sunday. Easter actually begins on Good Friday with people attending church services daily until Easter Sunday. Various churches hold conventions from Good Friday until Easter Sunday. The Easter

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vigil usually starts at 6 PM and proceeds until 9 PM on these days. Often these conventions are held outside the normal church premises and the occasion is used to attract more faithful to the faith and remind them of the essence of the death and resurrection of Christ.

In Ghana, Easter has a social dimension as well as a spiritual one. Ask any Ghanaian where the fun destination is this Easter and you are sure to be told up in the Kwahu Mountains. Kwahu lies in the Eastern Region of Ghana about 11 0 miles from Accra and sometimes referred to as the hill district (8eposo) because of the Kwahu scarp which rises from 220m to 640m above sea level. It boasts of being the second largest in the Eastern Region, comprising of 15 (fifteen) administrative districts with a population of approximately 400,000 people and covering a total land area of 1.876 km.

The Kwahu are well known for their business acumen. In business it is a well-known fact that they are shrewd in any trading business. They have adapted the Easter celebrations as their major festival when Kwahus from all over the world come back to their hometowns and villages to celebrate and pay homage to their elders and chiefs. At Easter, families come together, make merry and hold durbars and events aimed at unifying their traditional area.

In recent times, the government of Ghana has added an extra element to the Kwahu Easter festivities. A paragliding festival is held in honour

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of Mr. Ferdinand Ayim, a former special assistant to the Minister of Tourism and Modernisation of the Capital City, who lost his life in car accident in 2006. The festival includes adventure hikes, musical concerts and durbars.

Paragliding is a recreational and competitive flying sport. A paraglider is a free-flying, foot-launched aircraft. The pilot sits in a harness suspended below a fabric wing, whose shape is formed by its suspension lines and the pressure of air entering vents in the front of the wing. This year , KWAHU Rocks and you are invited to enjoy Easter paragliding or make merry with the very best of Ghana's hip life artists. "

"Ask any Ghanaian

where the fun destination is this Easter is and you are sure to be told

up in the Kwahu Mountains. Kwahu lies in the Eastern Region of Ghana about 110 miles from Accra and

sometimes referred to as the hill district (8eposo) because of

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P aracetamol (acetaminophen) also known in our local parlance as PARA, is the commonest analgesic (pain and ache reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer) in the world today. Its use is so common that it has become a house-hold name. Paracetamol has been in use for well over a century since its discovery in the later part of the nineteenth (19th) century. One does not need a prescription to purchase paracetamol. Depending on the country of origin and the manufacturer, paracetamol is given different (trade) names such as Tylenol, Panadol and Calpol.

Paracetamol easily flirts with other pain killers; it exists as codydramol, co-codamol, co-proxamol, etc, when seen with narcotic pain killers: or as EFPAC and FEN PAR when joined to Aspirin and Ibuprofen respectively. Paracetamol is also produced in various forms to meet specific patient needs and these forms include tablets/dispersible tablets, suppositories, injections, syrup and powder.

Pains and aches are mediated by the transmission of a chemical in the body called prostaglandin. Paracetamol acts by blocking the activity of the enzyme responsible for the transmission of these prostaglandins, thus able to relieve mild to moderate pain including headache, migraine, menstrual pain, osteoarthritis, tooth ache, teething pain, rheumatic pain,etc.

It uses a completely different pathway to reduce fever. It does so by influencing the temperature regulatory centre of the brain (called Hypothalamus). This explains the rationale in the use of paracetamol to reduce fevers associated with malaria, common cold, flu, post-immunization in babies and infants

Paracetamol is suitable for all age groups with minimal side effects if administered in prescribed doses. These dosages vary according to age and weight in children, and are usually written on the packaging.

Excessive use of paracetamol (usually exceeding 20 (500mg) tablets in 24 hours) can damage the liver permanently resulting in liver failure, which may require a liver transplant .This surgical procedure is not available in Ghana and even in the developed countries where it is done, it is also extremely difficult to find a donor.

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The kidneys are not spared in paracetamol overdose.

The signs and symptoms of Paracetamol overdose include nausea, sweating abdominal pain and vomiting. The use of either activated charcoal or acetylcystein holds the key to counteracting the devastating effects of paracetamol overdose in the first few hours after swallowing it. Any delays can lead to death within few days. To avoid accidental overdose of paracetamol, one needs to scrutinize labels of OTC drugs such as Benylin day and night, feminex, propain, and lemsip, as these preparations contain some amount of paracetamol and therefore taking additional paracetamol concurrently may lead to overdose.

Recent research has proven that the use of paracetamol reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke, cardiovascular diseases and even certain cancers e.g ovary. It has also been demonstrated to increase the blood thinning effect (anticoagulability) of certain drugs like aspirin and warfarin.

I can't end this expose without cautioning that the next time you visit your neighborhood chemist, take a closer look at the labels for each pain relief you buy and to leave no doubts about your pain killer combinations when you leave your doctor's outfit. ~

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FOR THE RECORD

The long road to determining the 2010 FIFA World CUpTM champions commenced in the Samoan capital of Apia way back on 25 August 2007. On that occasion New Caledonia captain Pierre Wajoka had the honour of scoring the first goal in the global campaign for South Africa 2010 with his ninth-minute penalty enough to edge Tahiti 1-0 in a Francophone derby. Eight hundred and fifty three matches later, with 268 teams having been eliminated along the way, the 32 final teams lie in wait to see who they'll be facing when the tournament kicks off on 11 June 2010. Here's a quick look at some of the interesting facts of the qualifying campaign.

TEAMS

First team to qualify:JapanSaturday, 6 June 2009

Last team to qualify:

Uruguay-Thursday, 19 November 2009

Finals tournament debut:

Slovakia

Unbeaten during qualifying:

C6ted'lvoire,Germany, Italy,KoreaRepublic, Nigeria,Netherlands,Spain

PLAYERS

Total used: 5602 Most players used - any team: Bolivia, Colombia, Peru (56)

Most players used - qualified teams: Argentina (50) Oldest player: Kenny

Dyer (Montserrat) - 43

years, 1 month

Youngest player: Abdi Abdifatah(Somalia)-14

years, 1 month

Theofanis Gekas (above left) and Humberto Suazo are the only topscorers from their respective continents whose goals helped their teams to the finals

England may not have scored the most goals in the preliminary competition but their healthy 3.40 average makes them the freest scoring team in that regard to

qualify for South Africa 2010

Maksim Shatskikh (Uzbekistan) - 8 COACHES

(from 11 matches) Nine coaches, whose current Oceania: Osea Vakatalesau (Fiji}- teams have qualified for the 12 (from 10 matches) 2010 FIFA World Cup, will return to world football's greatest stage having taken charge of teams in previous final competitions:

Rabah Saadane - Algeria (1986 Algeria)

Marcelo Bielsa - Chile (2002 Argentina)

Morten Olsen - Denmark (2002 Denmark)

CROWDS

Highest attended match: Mexico vs USA (12/8/09) - 104 499

Total attendance: 19 346 625 Average attendance: 22 681 Best average - team: Mexico - 81600

Best average - zone: South America - 36 842

GOALS

Total goals: 2344 Average: 2.75 per match Most/Fewest scored

- qualified team: USA (42)/New Zealand (15) Best average - team:

England - 3.40 per match Most scored - zone:

Europe -725

Best average - zone:

Oceania - 4.05 per match

TOP SCORERS

Africa: Moumouni Oagano (Burkina Faso)

- 12 (from 9 matches)

South America: Humberto Suazo (Chile) - 10 (from 18 matches)

North, Central America and Caribbean: Rudis Corrales (EI Salvador) - 8 (from 17 matches) Europe: Theofanis Gekas (Greece) -1 0 (from 11 matches) Asia: Sarayoot Chaikamdee (Thailand) - 8 (from 8 matches),

Raymond Domenech - France (2006 France)

Marcello Lippi - Italy (2006 Italy)

Takeshi Okada - Japan (1998 Japan)Javier Aguirre - Mexico (2002 Mexico)Carlos Alberto Parreira - South Africa (1982 Kuwait, 1990 United Arab Emirates, 1994/2006 Brazil, 1998 Saudi Arabia)

Oscar Tabarez - Uruguay (1990 Uruguay)

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