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2012-02-28 13:57:28 Nigeria's Desire for More Power, Source of in Ghana [Ghanaian Chronicle] The Chief Executive of the Volta River Authority (VRA), Mr. Kweku Andoh Awotwi, has noted that efforts by the President of Nigeria, Mr. Goodluck Jonathan, to increase power supply in his country has largely resulted in the reduction of gas supply to Ghana, and kick starting load-shedding in recent times.

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Monday, 07-28-14, 8:54Sudanese States Ask for Federal Help to Stave Off Effects of Rains and Floods[Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -Sudan's River Nile and Sinnar states have asked the federal government for assistance to overcome the serious damages caused by heavy rains.
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Monday, 07-28-14, 8:30EU to Review Mugabe Sanctions Next Year[Zimbabwe Standard]The European Union has expressed mixed feelings over political developments in Zimbabwe at a time the continental bloc is in the process of assessing chances of resuming direct cooperation with the Zimbabwean government in November.

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