Racist Catholic statue of white angel subduing a black devil raises eyebrows in Ghana

The Catholic Church in Ghana has raised eyebrows for commissioning a statue described as racist for depicting a Caucasian angel subduing a dark-skinned devil lying under its feet. The statue, reported to have been erected at the Tepa Roman Catholic Grotto in Manfo in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana, has been trending on social media since its photo was posted on Facebook on Monday. The statue has been criticized for portraying and projecting the racist white supremacist ideology which was forced onto Africans when European explorers and missionaries established first contact…

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President Ramaphosa gives Western leaders a bitter pill

Ramaphosa was speaking in Senegal, about the relationship between Africa and western countries. The president did not hide the fact that western countries up to date are still treating Africa as a child if not slave who has no say. He gave an example of what happened a day after the Omicron virus was discovered in South Africa. He explained how he had planned earlier to visit some African countries likes Senegal, Cote d\Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria. He went on explaining how all the president of those four countries called…

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South Africa: Leaders around the world eulogize Desmond Tutu

Following the death of the south African icon and man of cloth who won the Nobel Price , here are some messages from leaders around the world. PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA “The passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is another chapter of bereavement in our nation’s farewell to a generation of outstanding South Africans who have bequeathed us a liberated South Africa. “Desmond Tutu was a patriot without equal; a leader of principle and pragmatism who gave meaning to the biblical insight that faith without works is dead.” THABO MAKGOBA, ARCHBISHOP…

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South Africa: Archbishop Desmond Tutu the anti-apartheid icon is dead

Archbishop Desmond Tutu who won the Nobel Peace and whose moral might permeated South African society during apartheid’s darkest hours and into the unchartered territory of new democracy has died on Sunday 26 December 2021 at the age of 90. The outspoken Tutu was considered as unifying factor by both Black and white, an enduring testament to his faith and spirit of reconciliation in a divided nation. He preached against the tyranny of white minority and even after its end, he never wavered in his fight for a fairer South…

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