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Ukraine Says Russian Forces Seize Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant

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A general view of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station in Ukraine in this June 12, 2008 file photo

Russian military forces have seized the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant – Europe’s largest – in Ukraine’s southeast, the regional state administration said on Friday.

“Operational personnel are monitoring the condition of power units,” it said on social media, quoting the Ukrainian nuclear inspectorate. It said efforts sought to ensure the operations were in line with safety requirements.

Ukraine has said Russian forces attacked the plant in the early hours of Friday, setting an adjacent five-story training facility on fire.

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Scandalous! — Mahama Reacts To Nearly $1m And €300k Sanitation Minister’s Home Theft

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Photo: Cecilia Abena Dapaah & John Dramini Mahama

Former President John Dramini Mahama has reacted after news of the robbery of the Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources broke out.

According to the Chronicle newspaper, two househelps of the Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources, Cecilia Abena Dapaah, have allegedly stolen items including, US$1 million, €300,000, and millions of Ghana cedis from her home.

The robbery happened between July and October 2022.

The accused, 18-year-old Patience Botwe and 30-year-old Sarah Agyei, are facing charges before an Accra Circuit Court.

In a tweet posted on Friday, the former president questioned the minister’s choice to keep such a substantial sum of money at her residence.

“$1m + €300k and millions of GHS in a Ghanaian Minister’s home?
Scandalous!!

Even if genuinely acquired, why keep millions of hard currency at home?
Will @NAkufoAddo ever set a good example for public office holders in his administration?”, he tweed.

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All you need to know about the Women from the “Hamar tribe in Ethiopia and their culture”-

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Women from the Hamar tribe in Ethiopia are whipped to show their love for men going through Rite of Passage ceremony. The beatings go on until their backs turn bloody. They are not allowed to scream. They even beg the men to do this again and again because that’s their belief and culture.

They are said to be abreast with everything happening around the world,  but that has not stopped them from practising a rather bizarre culture of women proudly accepting beatings as part of an initiation ceremony for men.
On the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia, the Hamar tribe have unique culture and customs, one of them being a cattle-jumping ceremony where the beatings of the women take place.

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The ceremony starts with all the female relatives performing a dance, during the dance they offer themselves as subjects to be whipped by men who have recently been initiated.

The beatings go on until their backs turns into blood. During the beatings, women are not allowed to scream, they do not also flee the ceremony but rather beg the men to beat them over and over again whilst dancing.

The women accept these beatings to show their love and support of the initiate, and their scars give them a right to demand his help in time of need.
The man must subsequently leap across 16 cows in order to be allowed to marry and once that is achieved a celebration is held to end the ceremony
beatings are not just ceremonial.

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Women in the Hamar tribe are subject to beatings even after the ceremony at any time the man pleases unless they give birth to at least two or three children.
The rules of the tribe also say that,

men do not need to explain why they are beating the women as they can do so as and when they feel is right.”

This has created deep scars at the backs of the women which they proudly show off as beautiful according to them.
In spite of these, women in the Hamar tribe are expected to be strong like the men and are supposed to do all household chores, take care of the children and sow crops as well as keep the cattle.

Hamar men can also marry more than one woman, but the women who are not first wives are treated more like slaves as they do a majority of the work.

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One year ago today, Pres. Joe Biden signs American Rescue Plan –

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President Joe Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act into law on Thursday 11th March, finalizing an early policy victory that will send much-needed aid to millions of Americans still struggling from the COVID-19 pandemic. And today marks one year He signed for that Rescue plan.

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“It helped deliver 500 million shot in arms, the biggest single year of job growth in history and the largest one-year drop in unemployment on record. ” said earlier today by, Kamala Haris

 

 

He said on that day, “This historic legislation is about rebuilding the backbone of the United States and giving people of the nation, working people, middle class folks, people who built the country, a fighting chance,”

Mr. Biden said before signing the bill, one day earlier than expected.

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