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Vote for me!!!!.... because blogging is finger-clicking good

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MisBeee Writes readers, you've done it again!!!

I am through to the shortlist for The Ghana Blogging and Social Media Awards.

The event is on 14 May and I've been nominated in the following five categories:
Best blog, Best blogger, Best blog post, Best YouTube channel and Best new blog for www.misbeee.blogspot.co.uk

Thanks for all your support so far.... but I need your help some more though to get through the last hurdle.

There is an online public vote that constitutes 30-40% of the final review, and the remaining 60-70% is determined by Blogging Ghana's expert judges.
Voting ends on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at midnight GMT.

https://www.addpoll.com/…/ghana-blogging-and-social-media-a…
Thanks and keep on clicking!!! ..................................................................................................................................................................
MisBeee Writes Readers - thank you so much!!!!!! (15 February 2016).

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Ghana's Gitmo dilemma

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In the same week that Ghana's interest rates soared to an eye watering 19%, a US Embassy official admitted Ghana would be sharing the upkeep costs for two Guantanamo Bay ex-detainees.


Yemeni Mahmud Umar Muhammad Bin Atef and Saudi-born (according to the BBC) Khalid Muhammad Salih Al-Dhuby were transferred on 6 January by the US to live in Ghana for two years.

The transfer followed an agreement between the two countries that reportedly has been going on for a year.

Truth and lies Daniel Fennell, head of public affairs at Ghana's US Embassy, said on TV3's 'Hot Issues' programme that upkeep expenses were being shared by the two countries.

No sooner was that information circulating then Fennell reportedly retracted his statement, falling in step with the official government line in Ghana. The country's president John Dramani Mahama has denied that Ghana is footing any part of the bill or that he received $300 million for the detainees' stay.
More revelations are …