USA v Ghana Gold Cup warmup preview, plus: Confederation Cup final preview   
We do our very best to preview the pre-GoldCup USMNT friendly. How might the US line up? Today's show is sponsored by Wohven, delivering t-shirts with clean and simple graphic designs for just $15 per month. Go to http://wohven.com and use discount code "TSS2017" for 25% off your first tee. We also preview the Confederations Cup final game between Chile and Germany, in which Daryl has already determined that Joshua Kimmich will be man of the match. We close with TSS Scouting Network reports on Carleton, Arrellano, Yueill, The Jeff, Christensen, Embolo and Haji Wright. Looking for us on Instagram? We're right here: http://instagram.com/totalsoccershow Help us persuade Brooks to sing on the Goalmouth by tweeting @BrooksDT All other Goalmouth hosts have broken out a tune, and we need your help to get Brooks to join us.  
          Vatican: un cardinal souhaite que l'on "ferme le robinet" de l'immigration   
Le cardinal ghanéen Peter Turkson, qui préside un vaste ministère du Vatican, juge souhaitable de "fermer le robinet" de l'immigration en provenance d'Afrique et de se concentrer sur les pays d'origine des migrants, a-t-il expliqué vendredi à des ...
          VIDEO: Skales Ft. Sarkodie – Booty Language (Remix)   

Booty Language Is A Summer Anthem From Skales Sophomore Album Featuring Ghana’s Legendary Rapper “Sarkodie” Produced By Krizbeatz.. Video below: DOWNLOAD VIDEO

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          MUSIC PREMIERE: Aramide & Adina – Truth   

Award-wining Nigerian, Afro-Soul Queen, Aramide ups the ante by linking up with Ghanaian-South African, Afro-pop star, Adina, to release a new song today, titled ‘Truth’. Recorded during her recently completed...

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          GBEDU + VIDEO: Skales Ft. Sarkodie – Booty Language   
Baseline Music serial hit-maker Skales shares the official music video to his summer anthem titled “Booty Language” featuring Ghana’s legendary rapper Sarkodie. The track is off his highly rated “Never Say Never Guy” album and produced by Krizbeatz. The video has cameo appearance from X3M Music pop singer, Praiz Adejo. http://www.crystalgbedu.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Skales_Ft_Sarkodie_-_Booty_Language-(www.crystalgbedu.com).mp3 DOWNLOAD AUDIO HERE (mp3)
          Plastic Headgear Market, Trends, Size and Forecasts   

Reports and Intelligence adds a new report titled, “Global Plastic Headgear Market to 2017 - Market Size, Growth and Forecasts in Nearly 70 Countries”

Portland, OR -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/25/2014 -- Reports and Intelligence adds a new report titled, "Global Plastic Headgear Market to 2017 - Market Size, Growth and Forecasts in Nearly 70 Countries" which is a useful piece of information for the global players in the plastic headgear market. The report provides a comprehensive analysis on the market trends, size, forecast and growth of the overall plastic headgear market.

Browse complete report at:
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Report provides the market share of plastic headgears in the overall global market and further segments the plastic headgear market on the basis of product. The product segment includes Safety headgear and other headgears of plastic.

Analysis in the report is based on 2006-2012 market data and the report forecasts the global market till the year 2017, which provides insightful market information for the investors, sales, marketing & product managers and analysts in an accessible and well presented format.

The report covers the following topics:

-Global Market size
-Market growth rate
-Market segmentation on the basis of products
-Growth rate of each product segment
-Market forecasts

See similar report: Spirit Markets in the Top 5 European Countries to 2018 - Market Size, Trends, and Forecasts
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Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vietnam.

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          Vaccines - Global Markets Package   

This market research report package offers a perspective on the actual market situation, trends and future outlook for vaccines in different countries around the world.

Portland, OR -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/12/2014 -- This market research report package offers a perspective on the actual market situation, trends and future outlook for vaccines in different countries around the world. The studies provide essential market information for decision-makers including:

- Overall market for vaccines in different countries
- Market for vaccines by product type
- Forecasts and future outlook of the market
- Macroeconomic indicators

Get detailed report at: http://www.reportsandintelligence.com/vaccines-global-package-market

These market studies answer to questions such as:
- What is the size of the vaccine markets in different countries around the world?
- How are the markets divided into different types of products?
- Which products are growing fast?
- How the markets have been developing?
- How does the future look like?
- What is the potential for the markets?
- How the macroeconomic indicators look like?

Product types discussed in the studies:
Human vaccines
Veterinary vaccines

Years covered: 2006 - 2017

Countries included in the package:
Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay and Vietnam

Similar report
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          Harlem’s Rev. Al Sharpton At The 2017 Face List Awards Hosted By Ama K. Abebrese   

The #1 Soure For All things Harlem in the World,

Award-winning Ghanaian-British actress Ama K. Abebrese (left) will be hosting the 2017 FACE List Awards in New York City on Saturday, July 15th, 2017. Dubbed the pan-African achievement honors, The Continue Reading →

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          Mexico earns valuable Gold Cup experience with win over Ghana   

The Gold Cup is coming up in a week and national teams are preparing for it. On Wednesday night, the Mexican National team played against Ghana in Houston. Yes, you read that right! A Mexican national team played on Wednesday night in Texas while another Mexican national team was preparing to face Germany in a [...]

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          Interest Rate: Here is how much banks in Ghana charge on agric loans   
This is how much interest the 23 banks that offer agric loans in Ghana charge customers
          Séjour d’André Ayew à Conakry : «Cette fois-ci j’ai jugé nécessaire de ne même pas appeler le ministre Siaka» (Entretien avec Ahmed de Paris)   
Depuis un peu plus de 24 heures maintenant, l’international Ghanéen André Ayew séjourne à Conakry. Connu sous le nom Ahmed de Paris, notre compatriote Ahmed Sékou Camara est le principal artisan de ce séjour du fils d’Abedi Pelé en terre guinéenne. Dans un entretien exclusif qu’il a accordé ce jeudi, 29 juin 2017 à la […]
          Prediksi Amerika Serikat vs Ghana 2 Juli 2017   
  INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY Prediksi Amerika Serikat vs Ghana 2 Juli 2017, Prediksi Bola Amerika Serikat vs Ghana, Prediksi Skor Amerika Serikat vs Ghana, Prediksi Akurat Amerika Serikat vs Ghana Menampilkan Prediksi Amerika Serikat vs Ghana yang akan berlangsung seru pada laga pertandingan Kompetisi INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY yang di gelar pada Hari Minggu, 2 Juli 2017 Pukul ...
          watch posted a status   
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          KVO kent weinig problemen in oefenwedstrijd dankzij nieuwelingen en oude getrouwen   

Ook tegen Melsele kende KV Oostende weinig moeite. De oefenwedstrijd tegen de Eersteprovincialer werd met 0-9 gewonnen. Yassine El Ghanassy werd de grote uitblinker met drie doelpunten.


          UNGA Action Event Urges Faster Progress on SDG 4   
UNGA President Peter Thomson convened the High-Level SDG Action Event on Education in order to push global efforts to implement the SDG 4 (quality education). Dessima Williams, Office of the UNGA President, highlighted in particular Norway's announcement that it will continue to support the Global Partnership for Education, and the Ghana intends to finance 100,000 students from primary school to upper secondary for free, for the first time in the country’s history.
          Kinross launches $500m unsecured debt offering to repay 2020 term loan   
Major Canadian miner Kinross Gold has launched a $500-million unsecured ten-year debt offering which it will use, in combination with cash on hand, to repay its $500-million term loan due in 2020. Toronto-based Kinross, which has mines and projects in the US, Brazil, Russia, Mauritania, Chile and Ghana, on Wednesday said the debt offering comprises 4.5% senior notes due in 2027.
          NO ELECTION ORDER: OHANEZE NDIGBO HAS DECLARED WAR AGAINST IPOB AND BIAFRANS DUE TO MONEY COLLECTED FROM OSINBAJO IN ASO ROCK- BIAFRANS GET READY!   
NO ELECTION ORDER: OHANEZE NDIGBO HAS DECLARED WAR AGAINST IPOB AND BIAFRANS DUE TO MONEY COLLECTED FROM OSINBAJO IN ASO ROCK: BIAFRANS GET READY!


By Mazi Onyebuchi Eze
For Family Writers

The information reaching the news room of Family Writers Press has it that Ohaneze Ndigbo political hungry pigs led by the political Chameleon known as Chief John Nnia Nwodo has declared a systematic war against Biafrans all the world in general and IPOB in particular by sabotaging Biafra restoration. The declaration of war was contained in the speech which John Nnia Nwodo of shame delivered in the Anambra State House of Assembly chamber in Awka. In the John "Chameleon" Nwodo's speech, he publicly challenged the authority vested on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (De Great) by Biafrans  which is going to attract serious consequences on John "Chameleon" Nwodo reputation in particular and Ohaneze mushroom organization bereft of membership in general after this showdown with IPOB and Biafrans.

Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the Supreme command of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (De Great) cannot pretend ignorance of what Ohaneze Ndigbo of shame and John "Chameleon" Nwodo is turning out to become at the moment because their Chameleon-like body language over the months is already a pointer to IPOB that a day will come when they will pitch tent with the oppressors of Biafrans in Aso Rock to fight against the restoration of Biafra. A point to their chameleons disposition is stemmed at their regular attitude of frequent switching from support of Biafra restoration to call for dubious restructuring. But as Ohaneze Ndigbo led by John Nnia Nwodo has openly shown that they are not interested in Biafra restoration, is it not time for Biafran youths to banish the hungry pigs out of Biafra Land to serve as deterrent to many people who may intend to sabotage the restoration of Biafra in the future on a mere Ghana Must Go bags of money?
Chief John Nnia Nwodo

However, whatever eventually happens with John Nnia Nwodo and Ohaneze political harlots, it is important for everyone in Biafra land to show these fools that the bags of money given to them by Prof Osinbajo in Aso Rock as revealed by an insider from the presidency to Family Writers investigation department, is not more valuable than the lives of Ezu River Igbo youths killed by Anambra state government with the support of Ohaneze Ndigbo just because of their stand for Biafra restoration.
Family Writers Press want Biafrans of Anambra State to ask Ohaneze Ndigbo the following questions:
1. What did Ohaneze and John Nwodo of shame said when Gov Willie Obiano openly supported the massacre of the same Anambra people  inside St Edmund Catholic Church in Nkpor on 29/5/2016 and bath many bullet wounded people with acid to die slowly by Nigeria Army?
2. What did Ohaneze fickle Chameleons and John Nwodo said when Gov Willie Obiano openly declared before Nigeria Army kangaroo panel that nobody was killed at Nkpor even when the massacre was done in a broad daylight?

3. Is it true that Ohaneze hungry pigs went to Aso Rock only to go and collect Ghana Must Go bags of money and have started to fight against Biafra restoration struggle?
All these questions are begging for answers but must be answered by the Ohaneze Ndigbo fickle Chameleons under the leadership of John Nwodo of disgrace. Presently in the investigation room of Family Writers Press is a revelation still under enquiries that politicians in Biafra land placed a bounty of huge amount of money for Ohaneze Ndigbo and other mushroom numberless organizations in Igbo land to challenge and render IPOB "No more Election" order useless and grab the bounty. It is important for Biafrans to ask Ohaneze Ndigbo, how long will you people continue to trade our collective destiny for peanut's money? How long will you people continue to pitch tent with Fulani Janjaweeds from Aso Rock who kill our people with impunity even inside church at Nkpor?

Haba John Nwodo! Where is your hypocritical singing of Biafra youths as your children since you are now going about collecting bags of money from Prof Osinbajo, Gov Willie Obiano and other governorship aspirants in Anambra State in order to destroy the road map of the Biafra youths in restoring Biafra? As you have declared war against Biafra restoration struggle by openly countering the order of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, be ready to die in shame because Biafrans are going to show you that you are like an ant before Nnamdi Kanu and Ohaneze is like an earth-worm before IPOB. By the time IPOB finish with you and your Ohaneze political hungry pigs, you will bury your head in shame. It is now iron for iron, teeth for teeth and bone for bone with Ohaneze.

As for Anambra governorship election, the battle line has been drawn between IPOB and the political elites in Biafra land who have sucked the blood of our people enough. Biafrans are not even going to allow INEC to anywhere to sit and conduct any election again in Biafra land unless Biafra referendum is conducted by Nigeria government. It is important for John Nwodo to understand that what we are planning against the elections is bigger than a mere boycott of the election but total resistance of the conduct of the election in the first place. The boycott of the election is going to be our final frontier in the framework of NO ELECTION campaign in the designed template of IPOB.
In conclusion, IPOB is calling on Biafrans in Anambra state to disown Ohaneze Ndigbo and John Nwodo because none of those political predators can command even 1000 persons without financial inducement. Then, who and who are the members of Ohaneze Ndigbo? A word is enough for the wise!


          Soccer Rivals Ghana And U.S. Go At It Once More, This Time At The Rent   

The United States men's soccer team finally beat Ghana at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

After Ghana eliminated the Americans in 2006 in Germany and 2010 in South Africa, the U.S. struck back for its first win against the soccer-loving African country in the opening group game.

Clint Dempsey scored...


          AIMS Rwanda Graduation 2017   
The African institute for mathematical Sciences Rwanda Centre graduated its first ever cohort of students at a graduation ceremony held at the AIMS center in Kigali, Rwanda on 22nd June  2017 Forty-four students from 10 African countries, namely; Cameroon, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Sudan, Burundi, Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya and Tanzania received their Master’s of Science in Mathematical Sciences ...
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          Some Soccer News for Jun 30, 2017   
It's Day 181 of 2017.


Minnesota United's inability to win on the road goes back much further than this season. Last time they won any game on the road was Jun 1, 2016 in the US Open Cup at St Louis FC. Before that in NASL play it was Apr 10, 2016 at Edmonton. In 2015 they were just fine on the road. So what happened to this organization 14 months ago to change all this? Anything? Maybe nothing but the way the wind blows.

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After seeing 14 of the 22 MLS teams play this season I will say that New York City is the best attacking team (Atlanta #2) and Sporting Kansas City is the best defensive team (San Jose #2.)

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Liga MX Apertura kicks off on Jul 21

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Minnesota United

My MNUFC Notes:
  • Game Highlights [VIDEO]
  • Let me start by saying NYC is the best team I have seen this season.
  • Another rough night for the Loons. And again on the road. Outside of the ties at Colorado and Houston they have been pretty pitiful on the road. Its hard to watch at times.
  • And another goal for Ramirez. That's 10 this season.
  • On the goal Ibson fed JVenegas down the middle and JV cranked off a hard long range shot. NYC keeper Erik Johanen had a good bead on the ball but he bobbled it and Ramirez was the only one there to scoop it up and blast it over the prone keeper in to the net. Well done all around.
  • 1-1 at half time.
  • But again it was the 2nd half of the game that undid the Loons.
  • Cronin appeared to separate his shoulder in the 2nd half, but the doctor popped it back in to place and Cronin played on. Damn. I bet he needed Ibuprofen to get to sleep last night.
  • They should have subbed Cronin off immediately.
  • Minn made 1 sub, bringing on Jome for Ibarra in the 73rd.
  • I must keep asking, "What did Kadrii due or not due that keeps him glued to the bench?"
  • Lets say this: David Villa is incredible! But you can't let him beat 5 Minn players and the keeper while starting from the sideline all the way to goal and score. That was absurd.
  • Only after NYC got their 3rd goal and dropped off to secure the win did Minn get any real possession and apply pressure going forward.
  • Many of the Minn players put in good effort, but they simply were not good enough to compete. Too slow and a lot less desire to "want that ball."
  • It really seemed like NYC won every single 50/50 ball.
  • Taylor had a solid game. And made some big plays.
  • Here was my only tweet during the game:

  • There were a few moments of great interplay but again it ended at the top of the box.
  • And I am sure there were other good aspects of the game for Minn but I can't remember another one today.
  • That first away win for Minn still seems a long ways away.

Media:

Schedule/Results:
-Thu Jun 29
New York City 3-1 Minnesota
-Tue Jul 4
Minnesota v Columbus - 6:00pm CT on My29

Centerback Conundrum:
  • If Kallman remains out for next Tuesday then who plays centerback?
  • Calvo will be gone with Costa Rica (along with JVenegas.)
  • There is talk that Taylor could be gone with Jamaica.
  • Greenspan is out with a concussion.
  • That's it on the roster, they only have 4 centerbacks
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A long article on the soccer life of Christian Ramirez. By Ives Galarcep for Goal.

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Sauce: du Nord Music Mix Vol 128 (download + extract)

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MLS

The story of the fall of Real Salt Lake. From Dell Loy Hansen to Jason Kries to Garth Lagerway to Bill Manning and all the way to Jeff Cassar. By Matt Pentz for ESPNFC.

There is a group of 6 teams at the bottom of the heap in MLS and they are all hard to tell apart game to game: Colorado, DC, Minnesota, Montreal, Philadelphia and Salt Lake.

Week 18 schedule/results:
(10 Games)
Thu Jun 29
New York City 3-1 Minnesota
-Fri Jun 30
Salt Lake v Orlando
-Sat Jul 1
Chicago v Vancouver
Dallas v Toronto
Kansas City v Portland
Montreal v DC
Columbus v Atlanta
Colorado v Houston
San Jose v LA
-Sun Jul 2
Philadelphia v New England

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USMNT

Friendly Schedule:
-Sat Jul 1
USA v Ghana - 3:45pm CT on ESPN
Pratt + Whitney Stadium - East Hartford

USA Gold Cup Roster
  • G: Brad Guzan - Atlanta United, Bill Hamid - DC United, Sean Johnson - New York City
  • D: Matt Besler - Sporting Kansas City, Omar Gonzalez - Pachuca, Matt Hedges - Dallas, Eric Lichaj - Nottingham Forest, Matt Miazga - Chelsea, Justin Morrow - Toronto, Jorge Villafana - Santos Laguna, Graham Zusi - Sporting Kansas City
  • M: Kellyn Acosta - Dallas, Paul Arriola - Tijuana, Alejandro Bedoya - Philadelphia Union, Joe Corona - Tijuana, Dax McCarty - Chicago Fire, Cristian Roldan - Seattle Sounders, Kelyn Rowe - New England Revolution, Kenny Saief - Gent, Gyasi Zardes - LA Galaxy
  • F: Juan Agudelo - New England Revolution, Dom Dwyer - Sporting Kansas City, Jordan Morris - Seattle Sounders

The place to watch the USMNT in the Twin Cities is Town Hall Brewery in the Seven Corners neighborhood of Minneapolis. They have some great rooms off the main bar with big TVs, and in the very back room a projection screen. Plus the staff is great, excited to see you, and the food is top notch. My beer drinking friends tell me the suds are excellent too (they are known for their award winning beers.)

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CONFEDERATIONS CUP

FINAL schedule
-Sun Jul 2
Chile v Germany - 12:pm CT on FS1

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Infamous London team Leyton Orient were all but history a few months ago. But a new owner from the USA is going to try to make it a real club again. By David Hytner for the Guardian.

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My columns for 1500ESPN.
-New article coming on Monday.



The Bird Is The Word


          Some Soccer News for Jun 29, 2017   
It's Day 180 of 2017.


Yesterday I posted du Nord Futbol's MNUFC midseason grades, and a few mid-season awards.

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The weird crushing failure of Ronaldo Fenomeno, my favorite player of all time, and his rebirth to glory with Brazil in the 2002 World Cup. By Amy Lawrence for the Guardian.

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US Open Cup

Oh what a night! Two 2nd division teams advanced to play each other in the Quarterfinals. And both did so in dramatic fashion.

Mitch Hildebrandt! Who had him listed as a 2017 US Open Cup hero??? He and the Cinicinnati defense stymied Chicago all game long, then stone cold blasted them in the Penalty Kick Shootout! Saving 3 of 4 PKs that Chicago attempted. Wow.
  • After the game Taylor Twellan of ESPN had a great quote about Hildebrandt who had just finished a TV interview with Julie Stewart-Binks: "The first live interview anyone's ever done while standing on his head."

The Cincinnati Enquirer is all over the story. Front page photos and the 4 top stories on the website are all FCC related.
  • One the papers "Regular Sports Guy" columnists even gets it. By Paul Daugherty for the Enquirer.

And down in Florida Kwadwo Poku got a breakaway and scored with the last kick of the game to push Miami over Atlanta!

The Cincy v Chicago game was live on ESPN too! Fantastic. And over 32k were in the stands.

There were so many great goals last night, but this was my favorite:


Ike Opara scored for SKC last night too. He is a centerback. And this is his 4 goal (in all comps) since Jun 4.

The Open Cup is a great tournament that should be celebrated loudly! By Steven Goff for the Washington Post.

A recap of all 7 games from last night. From US Soccer.

Round of 16 Results:
-Tue Jun 27
Dallas 3-1 Colorado Rapids
-Wed Jun 28
Cincinnati 0-0 Chicago Fire - Cin advances 3-1 in Penalty Kick Shootout
Houston Dynamo 0-2 Sporting Kansas City
New England Revolution 2-1 DC United
New York Red Bulls 1-1 Philadelphia Union - NYRB advances 5-3 in Penalty Kick Shootout
Miami 3-2 Atlanta United
San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 Seattle Sounders
LA Galaxy 2-0 Sacramento Republic

Quarterfinals schedule:
-Mon Jul 10
San Jose Earthquakes v LA Galaxy
-Tue Jul 11
Sporting Kansas City v Dallas
-Wed Jul 12
Miami v Cincinnati
-Thu Jul 13
New England Revolution v New York Red Bulls
-Semifinals Aug 8-9
-Final Sep 20

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Minnesota United

The team's first trip to NYC and Yankee stadium tonight. I'm sure they are excited. But there quality on the road has been so poor that I don't see them getting much from this game. I have no idea why they are so different than when they play at home, but they sure are.

NYC has lost just 1 time at home this season. And MNUFC has not won a road game. Is tonight the night that changes? Always possible. But not probable.
  • NYC does give up goals though. Defense is not their forte.

MNUFC trainers track the mileage the players are logging and how they are holding up when the schedule gets heavy. By Aaron Riess for the Star Tribune.

Schedule:
-Thu Jun 29
New York City v Minnesota - 6:30pm CT on My29

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Sauce: du Nord Music Mix Vol 128 (download + extract)

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One of the best new albums I have heard in a long time: Obnox - Niggative Approach (12XU)
  • Created by Lamont Thomas from Cleveland. I knew him from the scene at Used Kids Record Store in Columbus in the 90s, and knew him as Bim Thomas.
  • This album is just wild. I have called it Punk-chaos-nose-RnB meets one-man lo-fi Funkadelic.
  • Buy it right here at Bandcamp.

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Question and answer from Atlanta United team president Darren Eales.
Q: What has been the best moment on the field so far this season?
A: There have been some fantastic moments. For me, winning our first game. Going to Minnesota, first ever win, doing it in the snow.
Going into that game I was a little bit fearful. We had a team of South Amercians playing against a bunch of Scandinavians.
Us both being expansion teams, us scoring six goals, which was a record for an expansion team, all of that made it even sweeter.

  • Read the full Q + A here. With lots of interesting information, especially on attendance and merchandise. By Doug Roberson for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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MLS

Before Ashley Cole came to MLS he was known as a malcontent. A couple of years later and that is almost all but forgotten as he keeps his head low and his game solid. By Brian Straus for Sports Illustrated.

Things keep getting worse for Portland when you read the injury report: Diego Chara, Darlington Nagbe and Amobi Okugo have all been added to the list.

How does Sporting Kansas City keep its players, who have been very successful, motivated? By Matt Pentz for ESPNFC.

NYRB has signed goalkeeper Luis Robles to a contract extension. Good move.

Week 18 schedule/results:
(10 Games)
Thu Jun 29
New York City v Minnesota
-Fri Jun 30
Salt Lake v Orlando
-Sat Jul 1
Chicago v Vancouver
Dallas v Toronto
Kansas City v Portland
Montreal v DC
Columbus v Atlanta
Colorado v Houston
San Jose v LA
-Sun Jul 2
Philadelphia v New England

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USMNT

Dallas goalkeeper Jesse Gonzalez filed paper work to switch national team alliances from Mexico to the USA. FIFA approved that switch today. Welcome aboard Jesse.

Is there a USA-Ghana rivalry? By Jeff Carlisle for ESPNFC.

Friendly Schedule:
-Sat Jul 1
USA v Ghana - 3:45pm CT on ESPN
Pratt + Whitney Stadium - East Hartford

USA Gold Cup Roster
  • G: Brad Guzan - Atlanta United, Bill Hamid - DC United, Sean Johnson - New York City
  • D: Matt Besler - Sporting Kansas City, Omar Gonzalez - Pachuca, Matt Hedges - Dallas, Eric Lichaj - Nottingham Forest, Matt Miazga - Chelsea, Justin Morrow - Toronto, Jorge Villafana - Santos Laguna, Graham Zusi - Sporting Kansas City
  • M: Kellyn Acosta - Dallas, Paul Arriola - Tijuana, Alejandro Bedoya - Philadelphia Union, Joe Corona - Tijuana, Dax McCarty - Chicago Fire, Cristian Roldan - Seattle Sounders, Kelyn Rowe - New England Revolution, Kenny Saief - Gent, Gyasi Zardes - LA Galaxy
  • F: Juan Agudelo - New England Revolution, Dom Dwyer - Sporting Kansas City, Jordan Morris - Seattle Sounders

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CONFEDERATIONS CUP - Semifinals:

It was over after 6 minutes. Germany had put two in the back of the net and Mexico would not mount any attack until the dying minutes of the game. Germany heads to the Final.

Two great match ups in the Semis:
  • Yesterday - Euro Champ v S Amer Champ
  • Today - N Amer Champ v World Cup Champ

Schedule/Results:
-Wed Jun 28
Portugal 0-0 Chile - Chi adv 3-0 in Shots From The Mark.
-Thu Jun 29
Germany 4-1 Mexico


FINAL schedule
-Sun Jul 2
Chile v Germany - 12:pm CT on FS1

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          Music Video: Yung6ix (@Yung6ix) – Doinz Feat. DJ Neptune   

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          Ghana : des ministres bénévoles ? Certains ministres ghanéens vivent sans salaire depuis plusieurs mois   
Certains ministres ghanéens vivent sans salaire depuis plusieurs mois, à en croire les récentes
déclarations du ministre de l'Information. Baisse du train de vie de l’État ou anomalie administrative ?
En matière de rémunération, il y a des hommes de pouvoir qui ne s’oublient jamais. En 2015, Jacob Zuma suscitait la polémique en obtenant une revalorisation de 5% de son salaire, soit 9 200 euros de plus par année. À l’inverse, il y a ceux qui revendiquent une gestion spartiate de leur quotidien et une solidarité avec les masses laborieuses victimes de la crise économique. En 2015, alors que l’économie de la Russie était plombée par la chute des cours du pétrole et l’effondrement du rouble, le président russe annonçait une réduction de 10% de son salaire. Mais attention au trompe-l’œil populiste : un an plus tôt, un décret du Kremlin avait fait tripler le salaire de Vladimir Poutine. Si le chef de l’État russe renonçait à 10% de son salaire, un de ses homologues ne touchait, lui, que 10% de ses rémunérations prévues : l’Uruguayen Jose Mujica, réputé « président le plus pauvre du monde », reversait à des œuvres caritatives les neuf dixièmes de sa paie mensuelle de 9 300 euros…
Les ministres ghanéens tentent-ils un nouveau record d’ascétisme ? Ce n’est pas 10% de leurs revenus que touchent certains, depuis l’arrivée à la présidence de Nana Akufo-Addo, mais bien zéro. À y regarder de près, il s’agit moins d’une opération de réduction drastique du train de vie de l’État que du bug d’une procédure inachevée. Selon le ministre (impayé) de l’Information, Moustapha Hamid, ce problème « concerne les enseignants, les infirmiers » et il est bon que cela arrive aux hommes politiques, « de sorte qu’ils ressentent la douleur et corrigent l’anomalie pour tous les citoyens ».

110 ministres à rémunérer

L’arbre du retard de versement cachera-t-il la forêt de la pléthore de ministres ? En mars, l’augmentation du nombre de membres du gouvernement avait suscité la polémique. Avec 50 ministres délégués et quatre ministres d’État supplémentaires, l’équipe gouvernementale avait porté à 110 le nombre de détenteurs de portefeuilles, un record dans l’histoire du pays. L’opposition dénonça un « gouvernement éléphant » qui allait grever les maigres ressources du Ghana. Dans ces conditions, quelques mois plus tard, difficile pour les « surnuméraires » de se plaindre.
Dommage que le président uruguayen adepte du caritatif ait quitté le pouvoir. Il aurait pu faire un geste en direction des politiciens ghanéens. Ceci dit, entre résidence et véhicule de fonction, un ministre est si biberonné qu’il n’a peut-être pas besoin de salaire…
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          Atiwa Bauxite Can Be Explored Without Harming Birim – Osafo Maafo   
The Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo Maafo, has downplayed degradation concerns with the Atiwa rainforest reserve in Kyebi, stemming from Ghana's decision to leverage bauxite deposits on a deal with China, that could see $15 billion pumped into the economy. Critics have warned that the deal to exploit the about-$460 billion worth of bauxite in the are ...
          NDC Will Comeback To Power In 2020 - B/A NDC Youth Organiser   
The Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress,Mr Mohammed Seidu, better known as Maha, has stated that NDC will definitely bounce back to power in 2020 because Ghanaians has lost hope in the governing New Patriotic Party(NPP). quot;Ghanaians had lost hope in the government rsquo;s ability to live up to the ...
          Ghana Gets Support To Improve Education, Water and Sanitation   
The World Bank today approved two International Development Association credits of $85.7 million for the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP) and the Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Project (SRWSP). Specifically, the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP) received additional financing of $40 million to sup ...
          GII, CDD and GACC Calls for Probe into NLA Bribery Allegation   
The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) together with the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) and Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) are demanding for a full scale independent investigation into the GHc150,000 bribery allegation involving the National Lotteries Authorities (NLA) and of members of the Parliamentary Committee on F ...
          The Maccabees On Splitting Up   
The Maccabees (Credit: Pooneh Ghana)
As their Alexandra Palace shows get under way...

The Maccabees have spoken about their decision to split up as their final batch of live dates get under way.

Well, it's almost over...

Last night (June 29th) The Maccabees kicked off their final run of shows, a trilogy of emotional evenings at London's enormous Alexandra Palace venue.

Felix White spoke to Beats 1 presenter Matt Wilkinson a few hours before, musing about the band's decision to split up...

"We’re all slightly confused with different emotions, but the shows so far have been ridiculous, like really amazing things, and they’ve kind of alleviated any of the previous tension that used to be around us and around gigs, because we always used to be trying to move somewhere or get better, and these have just been... let’s just celebrate how great we are, letting us think that. It’s been an amazing thing, it’s very emotional."

Continuing, he spoke about the overwhelming reaction from fans to the news. "When we did sell the tickets it was a bit like, hang on! But I think the honest answer to that is, as you know, we’ve been together since we were in our teens, so 14 years, and unfortunately, at that time when we started, we were all doing the band for exactly the same reasons, and people change over time."

"The Maccabees was always the only thing in our lives and we did it with all of our hearts, and when it just felt like it might become a thing that we’re just going to do out of habit, or felt like we had to, we felt like maybe the most difficult but bravest decision was to be like, let’s just leave our band here and feel like we did everything in a proper dignified way, and respected the music, and respected our friendship more than anything, because that’s always been the most important thing about us as a group."

The Maccabees will play their final ever show at Alexandra Palace, London tomorrow night (July 1st).

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          La Chine apporte son soutien au programme de l'énergie renouvelable du Ghana   
La Chine a offert vendredi un paquet de soutien pour le programme d'énergie renouvelable du Ghana dans les communautés hors du réseau électrique du pays.
          Le Ghana veut créer un environnement propice pour le partenariat public-privé   
Le gouvernement ghanéen a promis de créer l'environnement propice au partenariat entre les secteurs public et privé pour la croissance économique du pays.
          Weekend watchdog   
NBC starts its time covering NASCAR - just in time for Dale Earnhardt Jr's farewell tour.
Junior takes his final trips about the Daytona oval Saturday, starting when the flag drops on NBC at 7:30 p.m.
Earnhardt has posted four victories at Daytona, including the July race months after his father died in a final lap crash at the Daytona 500. He won the July race in 2015 before sitting out the second half of last season.
The Xfinity Series goes Friday at 7:30 p.m. on NBC Sports network.
There's qualifying for both series Friday at 2 p.m.
The Tour de France gets underway Saturday at 9 a.m. on NBC Sports network, with stage two Sunday at 8 a.m.
The Orioles host the Rays for the weekend on MASN.
The Nationals head to St. Louis with Friday's contest at 8 p.m. will be on MASN2, Saturday's game on Fox and Sunday night on ESPN.
Fox also offers the Yankees against the Astros and Indians-Tigers. The Marlins meet the Brewers Saturday at 4 p.m. on FoxSports1.
The PGA tour visits the Washington area this weekend, with coverage on CBS Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m.
Fox has the final two rounds of the U.S. Senior Open Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. The second round is on FoxSports1 Friday at 2 p.m.
The Confederation Cup closes this weekend, with Chile facing Germany at noon on after the third-place game between Mexico and Paraguay at 7 p.m. on FoxSports1.
The United States faces Ghana in an international friendly Saturday at 5 p.m. on ESPN.
Real Salt Lake visits Orlando Friday at 9:30 p.m. on ESPN, then Sporting Kansas City battles Portland Saturday at 7 p.m. Philadelphia faces New England on FoxSports1 Sunday at 5 p.m.
There's a pair of CFL games Friday on ESPN2, with British Columbia taking on Toronto at 7 p.m. before Montreal meets Edmonton at 10 p.m.
Seattle clashes with Connecticut in WNBA play Thursday at 8 p.m. on ESPN2.
NBC Sports network carries the Diamond League track and field meet in Paris Saturday at 2 p.m.
          Black Stars vs Yankees: All you need to know about Ghana-USA friendly   
Do you know the time, the squad and stats involving Ghana’s friendly against the USA?
          Press Statement: GFA debunk Black Stars players begging for food in US reports   
The Ghana Football Association has rubbished reports going round that the playing bosy of the Black Stars are begging for food in the U.S
          Ghana Premier League: GPL team for match day 20   
Pulse Sports presents Ghana Premier League team for match day 20
          Black Stars: Ghana could have put 4 past Mexico – Kwesi Appiah   
The Black Stars coach believes poor finishing from his charges cost Ghana against Mexico.
          Stats: Ghana vs USA in numbers   
This is going to be Ghana's first clash against the United States in a friendly game
          Ghanaian Players Abroad: Kwadwo Asamoah to stay at Juventus   
The Ghana midfielder will remain at Juventus according to reports
          International Friendly: Ghana Black Stars to bag $455,000 from Mexico/USA friendly   
The Black Stars will be $455,000 richer for participating in the double header against Mexico and USA.
          Video: Afriyie Acquah promotes 'Play and Learn' project in Sunyani   
The Black Stars midfielder is embarking on a project to promote soccer in basic schools in Ghana
          United States: The Americans meet World Cup football nemesis, Ghana ahead of Gold Cup   
The Americans play host to the Black Stars -- whom they have beaten once and lost to twice in the past three World Cups.
          Video: Watch Richmond Boakye Yiadom's brace in the UEFA Europa League   
The Ghanaian striker was on the score sheet twice as Red Star Belgrade hammered Maltese side Floriana in the Europa League first qualifying round first leg.
          Demotion Looming: Akosua Puni's Calcio Como risk going bankrupt   
Calcio Como is owned by wife of Ghanaian midfielder Michael Essien
          Ghana vs USA: Black Stars lose two key players ahead of USA clash   
MLS side Columbus Crew have requested for the services of their two players, Harrion Afful and Jonathan Mensah ahead of the Black Stars clash against the USA.
          Ghanaian Players Abroad: John Antwi hits hat-trick for El-Maqasa   
The Ghanaian bagged three of his side's four goals on Thursday in the Egyptian topflight league.
          UEFA Europa League: Richmond Boakye Yiadom bags brace for Red Star Belgrade   
The Ghanaian striker was on the score sheet twice as Red Star Belgrade hammered Maltese side Floriana in the Europa League first qualifying round first leg.
          Danny Welbeck: 11 interesting things you should know about the Ghanaian who plays for England   
Danny Welbeck is currently on holidays at Nkawie in the Ashanti region of Ghana
          JUST IN: The INSIDERS Behind Suits To Free Evans The Billionaire Kidnapper - Police Reveals Shocking Details   
By Dansu Peter

EVANS THE KIDNAPPERThe Nigerian Police Authority has said the fugitive members of kidnap gang of Evans, who real name is Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike are behind series of suits in a bid to frustrate further investigation on the notorious kidnap syndicate.

The Police, rising from an emergency meeting, the police authorities said that they have the power to keep the arrested kidnapping kingpin Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, widely known as Evans, in their custody.

According to Daily Trust, a senior police source said that some people who felt that their interest was being threatened were the ones behind the move to get the court to release Evans.

A lawyer had approached a Federal High Court to challenge the continued detention of Evans, stressing that it violated Evans’ fundamental human right.  

Sources at the police high command said it was Evans’ gang members yet to be arrested that sought for and got the services of the lawyer to frustrate further investigation into the case.


It was however gathered that the Police expected such a move early enough and had equally secured an order of the Federal High Court to detain Evans for at least three months.

The order, a police source told newsmen, was secured last week Thursday, and it covers the retention of Evans and all his gang members so far arrested for three months.

The source said this was to enable the police conclude all investigations in Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa so that all those involved in the kidnapping ring run by Evans would be brought to book.

          Paris DJs Soundsystem - Wearplay LP#16 - The Highlife Express - Deep & Funky Africa 80's (T-shirt/Mix bundle, Paris DJs/Le T-shirt Français, 2017)   


Paris DJs Soundsystem - The Highlife Express - Deep and Funky Africa 80s

Hot on the heels of the first season of 15 episodes of Paris DJs & Le T-shirt Français "Wearplay" series, combining clothing, music and graphic design, we're already back with the first episode of the second season! While we won't be able to release a new episode every day of the week this time, we've tried our best to add a new wow factor to our concept. Paris DJs co-founder Loik cooked a hypnotic mix of deep & funky tunes from 1980s Africa, a perfect summer selection, destined to grow on you after repeated listening. Paris DJs' in-house sound engineer Grant Phabao then carefully mastered the mix, while poster artist Ben Hito draw an illustration inspired by the theme and music. Then Clément, the main man behind Le T-shirt Français, printed it on a cotton-brushed, made in France T-shirt of his own production. This mix is available as a free download in compressed MP3 format on Paris DJs' podcast (up above on this page), or as a high-quality audio file on Bandcamp, through a unique download code printed on the back of the Wearplay T-shirt.

Last week's heat wave had us think : when it's that hot, it's high time to get on the groovy train and catch the "Highlife Express"! Whether people call it simply Highlife or Frimpong style, with a pinch of Afrosynth, funky, digital and cosmic vibes (check the second part of the last song!), this is a highly addictive sound. Acting like a soul massage for the heart, it's purely designed to make you feel good. We're proud to share with you these good vibes, through a selection of 80's vinyl mainly from Ghana, supposed to take you on a deep and groovy ride...



EN FRANÇAIS S'IL VOUS PLAIT

Dans la foulée de la première saison de 15 épisodes de la série "Wearplay" de Paris DJs et Le T-shirt Français, combinant prêt-à-porter, musique et graphisme, nous sommes déjà de retour avec le premier épisode de la deuxième saison! Si nous ne publierons pas cette fois un nouvel épisode chaque jour de la semaine, nous avons essayé de trouver une nouvelle idée étonnante qui fonctionnerait avec notre concept. Loik, co-fondateur de Paris DJs, a préparé un mix hypnotique de morceaux deep & funky africains des années 80, une sélection parfaite pour l'été, dont vous découvrirez toutes les merveilles cachées à force d'écoutes répétées. Grant Phabao, l'ingénieur du son maison de Paris DJs a ensuite masterisé avec précaution le mix, tandis que l'affichiste Ben Hito dessinait de son côté un visuel inspiré par la thématique et la musique. Clément, le principal activiste derrière Le T-shirt Français, a ensuite imprimé ce visuel sur un T-shirt coton brossé, fabriqué en France, issu de sa propre production. Ce mix est disponible en téléchargement gratuit au format compressé MP3 à travers le podcast de Paris DJs (au début de ce billet), ou en fichier audio haute définition sur bandcamp, par le biais d'un code unique de téléchargement, imprimé au dos du T-shirt Wearplay.

Avec la canicule la semaine dernière, nous nous sommes dit : quand il fait aussi chaud que ça, il est grand temps de monter dans le "groovy train" et d'attraper le "Highlife Express"!
Quel que soit le nom que les gens lui donnent, tout simplement "Highlife", ou "Frimpong Style", avec une pincée de synthés afro, de vibes funky, digitales et cosmiques (écoutez la seconde partie de la dernière chanson de ce mix!), ce son est des plus addictifs. Agissant comme un massage spirituel pour le coeur, il est purement conçu pour votre bien-être. Nous sommes plutôt fiers de partager avec vous ces "good vibes", à travers une sélection de vinyles des années 80 (principalement du Ghana), qui devraient vous emmener dans un trip "deep & funky"...

Paris DJs Soundsystem - The Highlife Express - Deep and Funky Africa 80s
Paris DJs Soundsystem - The Highlife Express - Deep & Funky Africa 80's
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2017-06-30

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Tracklisting :



01. The Diamond 3 - Downfall Of A Man
(from 'Pocket No Good' album, 1982 / EMI Nigeria)




02. Kyerematen Stars Band Of Ghana - Maye Opi Den
(from 'Odo Bra' album, 1987 / Jimaco Nigeria)




03. Ashanti Brothers International Band Of Ghana - Emere Nyiinna Nse
(from 'Osei Vasco' album, 1982 / Sounds Linacco Nigeria)




04. Captain Newman & Super 7 Band Of Ghana - After You Na Me
(from 'After You Na Me' album, 1988 / Ugoh And Company Nigeria)




05. Apollo International Band of Ghana - Taxi Driver
(from 'Taxi Driver ' album, 1984 / Cy Nigeria)




06. Nana Tuffour - Ye Wo Asaase
(from 'Ye Wo Asaase' album, 1985 / EMI Germany)




07. Ozzobia - Ndi Oma
(from 'Man No Good' album, 1986 / Nigerphone)




08. Atakora Manu - Bebo Me Nkomo
(from 'Afro Highlife' album, 1981 / Society Ivoirienne du Disque)

Total time : 60mn 13s

Credits :
Selected and mixed by Loik (parisdjs.com)
Mastered by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Ben Hito (facebook.com/benhito)

Download MP3

Links :
Paris DJs : parisdjs.com | bandcamp | facebook | pinterest | soundcloud | twitter | youtube
Ben Hito : official | discogs | facebook

          De París a Barcelona: cadàvers, memòria, veneració i espectacle   
Visitants a la Morgue de París, el 1816
Wellcome Library (6158i), Londres


El rebuig i l’atracció cap els cadàvers són les dues cares d’una mateixa moneda, la mort. Els enterrem en un intent de tornar-los al fang primordial, però insistim a retenir el seu alè vital, la seva ànima. Se’ls fotografia –com les imatges postmortem que es feien antigament quan el cos del mort era encara calent– o se’ls transforma embalsamant-los, petrificant-los, congelant-los, cremant-los, deixant-los a l’aire lliure perquè les bèsties recullin el seu esperit, o convertint-los en imatges de cera. Se’ls plany de cos present –el de ploramorts havia estat un ofici fins no fa gaires anys–, es fan altars, criptes sumptuoses, catacumbes o reliquiaris que exposen restes humanes santes o cossos incorruptes. D’una manera o una altra, hi ha un intent de perpetuar la vida donant una nova oportunitat al cadàver, i ens la donem a nosaltres mateixos perpetuant la seva presència i el seu record.

El dia de Tots Sants es visiten cementiris, es renoven les flors (naturals i de plàstic) i s’encenen llànties; es fan misses de difunts i processons, o actes festius per encarar-se a la mort, com fan a Mèxic. Pot semblar estranya aquesta necessitat de mirar cara a cara la mort, però fer-ho ha estat, també, una atracció morbosa, fins al punt que a París es va convertir en un espectacle, i visitar el dipòsit on s’exposaven els cadàvers va formar part, durant el segle XIX, dels costums dels parisencs.


Gravat de la Morgue de París
Harper's Weekly, 1874


Al voltant del segle XVI es va començar a exposar els cossos dels morts sense identificar al Chatelet de París perquè els parisencs els identifiquessin els ofegats al Sena, els suïcides i les víctimes de crim i infanticidi a través d'una finestra. L’any 1804, es va construir la Morgue a Île de la Cité, però l’espectacle com a tal no arribarà fins la segona meitat del segle XIX, el 1868, quan s’obre un nou dipòsit la plaça de Île-de-France, darrere de Notre-Dame, amb un espai públic d’exhibició amb grans finestrals, on els cadàvers nus apareixen sobre taules inclinades de marbre, refrescats amb un fil d’aigua.


Gravat de la Morgue de París


L’apogeu d’aquesta morbosa atracció arribarà a finals del XIX quan es converteix en un fenomen turístic. Als parisencs curiosos, amb nens inclosos, s’hi afegien turistes britànics, que se n’havien fet ressò a través de les lectures de Dickens. I camuflats entre els visitants, s’hi van amagar uns personatges curiosos, els assassins, que allargaven el plaer sàdic contemplant la seva obra en públic, com els artistes. En parla Émile Zola a la novel·la Thérèse Raquin: "El marit de la Teresa era mort, però l'assassí volia que el cadàver fos trobat en un acte formal".

Per raons morals i d’higienisme, la Morgue va tancar les seves portes al públic el març de 1907, i va ser substituït des de 1914 per l’Institut médico-légal. Però fins aleshores, 40.000 visitants al dia passaven per la Morgue amb el mateix esperit morbós amb què visitaven els zoològics humans –en deien “jardins d’aclimatació”, com si parlessin de plantes–, que van arribar amb les exposicions universals i s’hi van quedar fins el primer terç del segle XX –a Bèlgica, que encara mantenia la colònia del Congo, el darrer es va exhibir durant la dècada de 1960.


Tribu aixanti (actualment Ghana), exhibida a Barcelona, 1897
Frederic Bordas i Altarriba (AFCEC)


Com ja hem explicat d’altres vegades, Barcelona no va ser aliena als espectacles de zoos humans. A la ciutat es van exhibir la tribu dels aixanti, prop de la plaça de Catalunya; la tribu àrab dels benj-zoug-zoug i els nans bengalís, al Circ Eqüestre; una tribu mahometana i el seu harem, el village lil·liputenc i la tribu del himàlaies, al Turó Park; i un village senegalès, al Tibidabo.


Capella del Corralet de l'antic
Hospital de la Santa Creu
W. Weber (1923-1928)


Es van exhibir cadàvers? Com es va fer a París, no n’hi ha cap dada. Però mentre es van fer disseccions a l’Acadèmia de Cirurgia (actual Reial Acadèmia de Medecina), els cadàvers s’acumulaven al Corralet (després substituït per l’amfiteatre anatòmic) i el cementiri situats en el recinte de l’antic Hospital de la Santa Creu, al barri del Raval. Aquell espectacle, sense ser una atracció, era visible des dels carrerons que aleshores l’envoltaven, i era habitual deixar-s’hi caure per veure-hi els morts. Ho explica Joan Sales a la novel·la Incerta Glòria:

“[…] Quan érem petits, travessàvem quatre vegades cada dia el pati de l’hospital de la Santa Creu per anar i tornar del nostre carrer al del Carme, on hi havia l’escola laica d’on els papàs eren mestres. Ell es deturava de vegades davant del “corralet”, que així anomenàvem el dipòsit de cadàvers; donava a un carreró transversal i només una reixa el separa dels transeünts. Jo m’havia d’arrapar a la reixa i posar-me de puntetes per veure els morts; n’hi solia haver tres o quatre cada dia, de vegades més. Com que estaven dipositats de cara a la reixa, el que se’n veia millor eren els peus descalços: uns peus grocs... i bruts. ¡Quina tristesa, la d’aquells peus! ‘Vet aquí la fi que ens espera’, deia invariablement en Llibert, ‘si no ens espavilem’”.

Ossari de l'antic Hospital de la Santa Creu
Alexandre Marletti Quaglia (1925)
Arxiu Fotogràfic de Barcelona


Al voltant del cementiri de l'Antic Hospital de la Santa s'han explicat històries de fantasmes i ànimes, propiciades per l’obscurantisme i la devoció popular, i es va generar el culte religiós al Sant Crist del Corralet que presidia l’arc d’entrada: tres confraries (la del Sant Crist del Corralet, la Confraria de les Ànimes del Purgatori i la Pia Unió del Santíssim Rosari) es tornaven tots els diumenges i festes de guardar per passar un rosari cantat.

En aquell indret hi havia un impressionant ossari, que va aparèixer entre 1925 i 1931 quan es van fer les obres per instal·lar-hi la Biblioteca de Catalunya. Ara, l’antic espai del corralet és la plaça del Doctor Fleming, aliena als humors en descomposició que van impregnar el sòl, o al tràfic de cadàvers que segons Joan Amades servien per fer encanteris: podies comprar un mort per un duro.

Que el robatori i la venda de cadàvers era habitual ho confirma la documentació sobre el cementiri de l'Hospital. La Junta del Cementiri General de Barcelona denuncia, entre 1837 i 1841 (AHSCSP Govern de l'antic Hospital. Vol. III. Inv. 1. Carpeta 5/3. Número: 25495), la insalubritat de les condicions de trasllat de cadàvers al cementiri del Poblenou i l'enterrament deficient dels morts, a cura dels dements de l'Hospital. Fins el segle XIX, en el Bethlem Royal Hospital de Londres, que acollia malalts mentals, per un penic es podia visitar els bojos, el comportament dels quals s'havia convertit en un espectacle. Durant el 1814, el Bethlem va rebre 96.000 visites; probablement l'espectacle més gran de Londres.

Ernest Benach i el Miquel Pueyo expliquen a Mort certa, hora incerta. De l’edat mitjana a la societat digital (2013) com l’augment de l’interès per l’anatomia i per la dissecció que es va produir durant el període de la Il·lustració va ser un gran potenciador de l’ofici dels lladres de cadàvers:

"[…L]’anatomia es va convertir en un una part del bagatge cultural dels il·lustrats, i no únicament dels professionals de la medicina, de tal manera que aficionats rics com el príncep napolità Raimondo di Sangro tenien a casa el seu gabinet de dissecció i un públic selecte assistia a sessions de dissecció en els teatres anatòmics, amb un entusiasme no menor que el desplegat per anar al teatre o assistir a la lectura d’una tesi. […] Com era d’esperar, aquesta passió per la dissecció i el nombre limitat de cossos disponibles per ésser manipulats van propiciar un intens tràfic de cadàvers, que eren sostrets dels cementiris. […] En una sola nit, la del 12 al 13 de gener de 1786, el cementiri de Saint Eustache, a París, va denunciar la substracció de 10 cossos i, com a reacció, els nous cementiris […] es van dotar de murs elevats i torres de vigilància, per intentar posar fre a l’activitat dels lladregots de cossos."


Amfiteatre anatòmic de la Reial Acadèmia de Medicina


Tornant al Corralet i a l'amfiteatre anatòmic de la Reial Acadèmia de Medicina, salvat el tabú religiós que no permetia les disseccions humanes, els cadàvers procedien de condemnats a mort. Ho podem veure en una de les anotacions del Manual de novells ardits (Dietari de l'Antic Consell Barceloní), on explica el cas de l’alcavot valencià Guillem Lobech, que el 15 de març de 1442, va ser penjat i el seu cadàver entregat als metges i barbers (que exercien de cirurgians) perquè poguessin estudiar-ne l’anatomia:

“Lo dit XV die del mes de Març fou penjat en aquesta ciutat un hom valencià appellat G. Lobech, lo qual fou perpetualment bandeiat per alcavot que si tornava dins la ciutat o sos
termens que fos escobat. E après si hi era trobat que fos penjat per lo coll en tal forma que naturalment morís. E dins lo primer bandejament fou atrobat dins la ciutat e per çò fou pres e escobat. E despuys dins lo segon bandejament çò és digmenja propassat dins la vila de Sant Boy e en alou de mossèn Joan Torrelles, senyor de la casa del Puig, qui és dins los dits termens, lo dit home fou trobat e pres per lo honorable mossenyor Bernat Margarit, cavaller, veguer de Barchinona e lo die de vuy fou penjat sens que noy calgue altre juy de prohomens car ja eren estats fets per ells los dits bandejaments segons lo dit privilegi e us de aquell. E fort poch après que lo dit home fou penjat e fou liurat als metges e barbes a instància lur per çò que de aquell en fahessen nothomia.”

A més de les butaques reservades a metges i estudiants, al voltant de l'amfiteatre hi ha un corredor amb uns forats que permetien, previ pagament, observar les disseccions. De la mateixa manera, unes llotges amb gelosies situades en el galliner de l'amfiteatre permetien als membres de la burgesia assistir a l'espectacle sense ser identificats.

En un altre sentit, l'espectacle de la mort i les malalties va permetre que entre 1848 i 1938 a Barcelona s'hi exhibissin una trentena de museus anatòmics, com el de Francesc Roca. Eren col·leccions de figures anatòmiques pensades inicialment per a la didàctica de la medicina però que van trobar una segona vida com a atracció, primer burgesa i després popular, en un escenari que jugava amb la ciència i l'atracció morbosa, i que van compartir espai durant molts anys amb els museus de cera tradicionals, que complien el paper de la transmissió de fets i personatges històrics i esdeveniments d'actualitat. En cap cas eren cadàvers (tot i que la literatura ha jugat amb l'equívoc) però sí que tenien la representació del cos com a substitut de la realitat.


Cartell d'un museu anatòmic usat per a l'espectacle
de Francesc Roca a Barcelona


Si en voleu saber més del Corralet, els morts, les ànimes i els museus anatòmics, hi trobareu capítols en el meu llibre Barcelona, ciutat de vestigis, que serà presentat el proper dijous 16 de març a la Sala Ciutat. Hi esteu tots convidats!




Més enllà de la mort

El dissabte 4 de març de 2017, la historiadora Érica Couto-Ferreira va presentar a la llibreria Chronos de Barcelona el llibre Cuerpos. Las otras vidas del cadàver (GasMask Editores, Màlaga, 2017).

Doctora amb la tesi Etnoanatomía y partonomía del cuerpo humano en sumerio y acadio. El léxico ugu-mu, Érica Couto-Ferreira ha estat investigadora de l’Institut d’Assiriologia de la Universitat de Heidelberg, i les seves línies d’investigació són sobre lexicografia sumeroacàdia, història del cos, transmissió dels sabers mèdics i salut de les dones a la Mesopotàmia antiga. A més de publicar diversos articles i col·laborar en revistes especialitzades, gestiona el blog En la lista negra de rareses bibliogràfiques sobre literatura i assaig de ciència-ficció, terror i fantasia.

A Cuerpos, l’autora ens guia per un inquietant, divertit i filosòfic retaule de mòmies, esquelets, "petrificats" i altres despulles terribles -i belles-, i en el procés ens regala una reflexió sobre tots nosaltres. L’obra ens mostra l'art de petrificadors rivals que competien per descobrir la millor tècnica de conservació de cadàvers, l'exposició artística dels difunts, les execucions públiques (amb famosos botxins que van escriure les seves memòries), el consum de parts del cos humà amb fins mèdics, la circulació de relíquies, vampirisme, etc. Tot això esquitxat de reflexions filosòfiques i referències literàries que defensen la idea que la vida del cadàver pot ser més duradora que la del cos animat.




          Soccer Rivals Ghana And U.S. Go At It Once More, This Time At The Rent   

The United States men's soccer team finally beat Ghana at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

After Ghana eliminated the Americans in 2006 in Germany and 2010 in South Africa, the U.S. struck back for its first win against the soccer-loving African country in the opening group game.

Clint Dempsey scored...


          5 Home style tips to borrow from India   
5 Home style tips to borrow from India

India is as diverse as it is big. With more than 1.2 billion people calling India home, the variation of housing and the disparity in living conditions is profound. Essentially, housing is dependent on region and socioeconomic status; from multi-million dollar mansion to poverty struck slums, there is a clear dichotomy in the Indian way of living.

While 22% of the population still live below the poverty line, India’s burgeoning middle class has grown exponentially over the past 15 years. The growth of the middle class has seen a boost in the Indian economy and a shift, albeit slight, in the standard of living for many Indians. Even so, as a result of the extreme contrast in living conditions still ever present across the nation , it can be said there isn’t a ‘fundamental’ Indian home. Instead, aspects of tradition, religion, culture and Western influence shape what we know as Indian homes today.

Here are 5 common interior trends that can bring a little Indian style into the home.

Indian home style 

1. Add bright colours

Colour plays a huge role in not just interior design in India, but in every aspect of their culture. While there may be a profound contrast in living conditions depending on region, wealth and population, it is the universality of the meaning of colour that connects India as a community. Colours are associated with emotion, status, religion, politics, festivals and celebrations; so it’s understandable why it plays a huge role in the home too.

Popular for their positive connotations and deep-rooted meanings, colours such as blue, green, deep red, and gold are all ideal palette choices for decoration in Indian homes. Blue is associated with one of the most favoured Gods in India, Lord Krishna and is therefore well liked and commonly used around the home. Green symbolises happiness, harvest and new beginnings, particularly because of India’s rich agricultural economy. In a general sense, Indians believe green is a symbol of nature and therefore an expression of God himself. On the other hand, deep reds and golds are symbols of great wealth and grandeur. Symbolising affluence and prosperity, gold is a favoured choice of colour for those Indians who are of higher socioeconomic status.  

Typically, Indians use colours in the home to represent particular feelings, certain beliefs and desired prophetic outcomes. While in the western world colour is usually selected based on personal preference and particular taste, in India colours are steeped in tradition and history, playing a role that extends far beyond aesthetic appeal.

Add bright colours 

2. Incorporate wooden furniture

Many furnishings found in the Indian home are made from a vast range of woods. Wood is favoured for its longevity, timelessness and strength. In India, there are five different types of traditional woods. For items such as chests of drawers and shoe racks, Marandi wood is the material of choice. It’s commonly known as cedar wood and is not only durable, but aesthetically pleasing too.

For bedroom and kitchen cabinets, sofa sets, dining sets and even flooring, Sheesham or Indian Rosewood is one of the most sought-after materials on the market. Sheesham is a hardwood popular for its versatility and ability to withstand fluctuating temperatures.  

Sal Wood is common for the structures in Indians homes, such as door frames, beams and window frames. It’s one of the most durable wood options and has the ability to endure the effects of water and underground conditions. Satin Wood can be found in many decorative pieces of furniture in Indian homes. This type of wood can be sourced from both central and southern India. While it is a durable, it is difficult to upkeep.  

And the most commonly used wood for furniture in India is Teak Wood. Locally produced as well as imported from Ghana and Burma, Teak Wood is a good all-rounder option, ideal for door frames, cabinets, tables, decorative items and many other common furnishings found in an Indian home.

 using wood in indian style

3. Use muslin and different materials

Indian has many different materials locally grown and easily available that are used around the home. One of the most popular materials in India is Muslin. Originating in Bangladesh, muslin is finely woven, breathable fabric perfect for Indian’s unwavering heat. Commonly used to make garments of clothing, muslin is popular for its durability, natural fibres and ability to soften over time. Muslin is also used around the house, particularly in the kitchen.   

Silk is also a very popular material in India. Known as a material of luxury, silk possess a natural lustre and shine and is a premium material compared to others, like cotton. Similar to Muslin, silk is commonly used for clothing, but has also made its way into the home as a decorative item.

Different materials - Indian style 

4. Marigold and lotus flowers

There are around 15,000 flowering plant species in India. Different areas of India produce specific flowers, making some flora more popular in certain areas than others. The Lotus flower is the national flower of India and has a strong tie to religion. The Lotus flower is rich in meaning, symbolising divinity, fertility, wealth and knowledge. The Lotus is an aquatic plant with broad floating leaves and a pink flower. For those who have a pond in the garden, it’s typical for Lotus flowers to decorate the space.

Native to India, the Marigold flower is grown all throughout the nation year-round. Not only are they visually appealing, flowering in a bright orange and yellow, they also omit a strong perfume perfect for keeping bugs away. Marigold is the perfect flower for those who live in crop areas, as they repel any mosquitoes from coming close to the harvest.

Flower in the home 

5. Adopt a little Vastu shastra

Religion plays an integral role in the Indian way of living. Many cultural practices in India are shaped by religion, particularly Hinduism, which is the one of the four major religions found in India. Vastu shastra is a traditional Hindu system of architecture, which translates in a literal sense to the “science of architecture”. Essentially, it is an ancient Indian science of harmony and prosperous living. It encourages individuals to rid their life of any negativity and increase the level of positive energy, in particular energy found in the home. Indians believe that because people spend a lot of time inside, whether it is at work or at home, it’s imperative that there is positive energy within these places of confinement. Vastu shastra links buildings with mother-nature so that those who occupy a particular space live balanced, happy and harmonious lives.  

As such, Vastu shastra is a commonly adopted practice in many Indian homes. It is a philosophy dependent on different energies originating from the atmosphere, such as solar energy from the sun, lunar energy from the moon, as well as thermal, magnetic, light and wind energy too. The way Vastu shastra is achieved is through, for instance, the way the home is decorated, the correct placement of furniture, the direction in which one sleeps, how objects sit in relation to each other, what certain elements of the home are made from, the height of doors, the number of doors, the level of lighting, the size of the windows, and so on. While the criteria of a home deemed Vastu shastra may seem extensive, when executed correctly, the home will be a place of balance, contentment, peace and harmony.

Consult a hipages interior decorator on how to bring more Indian style into your home. 


          360Fresh: Kwame Baah X Amerado – Blazing   

A lot of music fans in Ghana have long waited for a Kwame Baah/ Amerado collaboration. The song is here now. A HipHop masterpiece that talks about the moments’ guys have when they come together especially during the weekends. Kwame Baah laid a beautiful hook on the crazy production made and mastered by Jay Scratch. […]

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          Ohemaa Jacky’s Pregnancy Allegation Was Staged To Promote Her Gospel Album – Bro. Sammy   

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          Ghanaian Startup OMG Digital Recieves $1.1M Funding   
Ghanaian Startup OMG Digital Recieves $1.1M Funding
Ghanaian tech startup, OMG Digital, has announced that the company has closed on Seed Funding of $1.1M having received backing from a number international investors. Backed by the Y-Combinator, the new media company is targeting Africa’s millennial population through shareable and hyper-local pop-culture content, which has seen the startup being dubbed as the ‘Buzzfeed of [&hellip
          25 % Reservation Vs. Fundamental Right to Education for All Children   
25 % Reservation Vs. Fundamental Right to Education for All Children:
I would like to take of the issue forcefully raised by Mr. Shakeel Ahamed. I could see the sense of pride on his face at the time of explaining 25 % reservation in the private schools. He was so happy to say that we (read Kapil Sibal and Associates) managed to ensure 25 % reservation in Private schools.

This man was a minister in the previous government. Now a spokesperson of Indian National Congress. I cannot believe that he can be so naïve or brainless. Only leaders like him can say proudly on a national TV Channel that the “Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE)” ensure free education to 25 % of children (or calculate accordingly)

There are few questions I would like to raise;
1. Is the Right to Education is for only underprivileged children?
I have read the Act several times and I have never come across that this Act is only for children of marginalized section of society. If the answer is “No” and this is for all children then, I would like to ask what about the Rights of 75 % children of private schools?
We have to fight for free and compulsory education for all children.
2. What about 14 crore children:
In principle RTE and 25% reservation don’t gel. In fact, as per my understanding, 25 % reservation is just opposed to the concept of equitable quality education to all. It will certainly dilute our vision for quality education for all the children irrespective of their gender & socio-economic status. RTE should not be only to children of marginalized and poor people only. It should be free & compulsory to all the children.

Please see the data provided by 7th Educational Survey Report and think about 25 % reservation system: In these data- children means “Children in the age group of 6-14 years and from class 1st to 8th standard.

* Total Children= 19 crore
* Children going to private schools= 4 crore
* 25 % reservation will create space for children= 1 crore
* What about remaining 14 crore children (19 -4-1= 14)

Are we going to allow the neo liberals to provide education through multi-layered school system? Are we approving Right to unequal education? Or in the words of Prof. Anil Sadgopal “Can a Right to Education be for Right to inferior quality of education?”

This is nothing but Dhokaa. It is cheating with children

3. Question of Survival & Post Schooling Problem.
Let me start with the saying that “I want Equal Rights to all children.” But keeping in mind this non-sense provision of 25 %, I would like you to think on the question about the survival of 25 % children in called elite schools.

We all know that only tuition fees will be free in private schools. There are a range of fees a child has to pay in these schools- like sports fee, music fee, picnic fee to name a few. We all know these items.

Who will pay for them? The government is only promising tuition fee.

What will a child do after 8th standard? The government won’t pay after that. He/she will be forced to leave school- and the result will be DROPOUT. Are we ready with the solution for the problem after dropouts? This will remind a child through out his life that inspite of doing good in the class room, he/she was forced to leave the school because their parents could not support him/her financially. This will create many social problems and hatred against children of privileged people will be one of them.

Not only this. All children in 25 % category will be from poor family, most of them will be the 1st generation school going children in their homes and probably never had a chance to go to a proper school. These children will be sitting with those children who have already complete three years (pre-primary) schooling. They also receive tuition or educational help from their parents. How can these children cope with several kind of complexes- in terms of economic, education etc.

The government is opening several fronts of discrimination and suppression. This 25 % business is a JOKE and must go off.

4. Always late:


Our government is always late.
Fundamental Right to education was proposed during the formation of Constitution of India. It was opposed and put into Directly Principles of State Policies with 10 years deadline. It is now 6 decades.

Education till 8th standard was pre-independent thought. In 1937 it was visualized and promoted by Ghandhi ji. In 1939 the Wardha Scheme advocated the free and compulsory education of all boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 14. 71 years later, 2010, we are still talking of the same education. This is beyond my understanding. We are planning to conquer MOON (can any body tell expenditure in chandrayaan?) in 21st century with the mind set of middle age where education was reserved for a privileged section. Our minimum demand should be education up to 12th standard or upto the age of 18 years.

I WOULD LIKE TO SHARE KOREA’S EXPERIMENT WITH EDUCATION:

About 30 years ago Korea’s national per capita income was equal to Ghana. It had agri-based economy. The government of Korea decided to invest in education to create knowledge based society- we are talking it now and created National Knowledge Commission, though I have several doubts and question on this commission but I will keep it for some other day.
To make it brief, they directly entered from Agriculture society to knowledge society. They didn’t see industrial era. And now you can see their per capita income. The government of Korea took bold step to provide basic education with quality to all its citizens in rural and urban area. Every village was unit for educational development. Every village had/has good quality of schools.

My concern is that we CAN NOT COMPROMISE WITH EDUCATION.
No nation or society can be developed without it- and India can’t be an exceptional to this.

Is somebody in the parliament listening??? I know it is the wrong question, because it is the people’s power & movement AND not the parliament which can bring change in favour of its own people.

Reg
Shaheen Ansari
Arkitect India
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/arkitectindia/
          Nasce la rete Vlbi africana   
Grazie all’intuizione di un astronomo sudafricano, una vecchia antenna per telecomunicazioni del Ghana diventa il primo di una serie di radiotelescopi che andrà a comporre l’Avn (African Vlbi Network), la nuova rete Vlbi africana. Anche l’Inaf collabora al progetto con il personale dell’Istituto di radioastronomia di Bologna
          A Pan-African agenda for the 21st century   
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Notes on the opening session of the 2nd Kwame Nkrumah Cultural and Intellectual Festival

On Monday 26 June 2017, a most important event for the future of the Global African family took place on African soil at the University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.  It was a gathering of Africans and pan-Africanists, academics, activists, political leaders, students and youth from all over the world at the opening ceremony of the 2nd Kwame Nkrumah Pan-African Intellectual and Cultural Festival. 

In a day characterised by seriousness of purpose, commonality of ideas and sense of mission, the foundation of the meeting was set by Kwame Nkrumah Chair of African Studies Professor Horace Campbell who, in welcoming the participants, provided what can only be described as a masterful “update” of the state of the black condition globally. Prof Campbell achieved the simultaneous goal of updating participants on the specific struggles in specific regions but also demonstrated to all and sundry how their struggles are interlinked.

In what was described, by Joseph Engwenyu, a historian from Uganda, as the most powerful opening ceremony to any global conference that he has ever attended, nowhere was left untouched and analysed in Campbell’s welcome: from the struggles against neo-liberalism in Latin America and the deliberate overthrow of the ordered states of Libya, Iraq and Syria and North Africa and the Middle East, significantly worsening the lives of black citizens in these countries, but more importantly, reversing the possibilities of the economic and material advancement of the pan-African project which was being led by Libya.

In his roll call, Campbell noted the physical absence of Haiti, but was moved to invoke their presence in spirit, since he affirmed that it is impossible to hold a gathering of this nature without acknowledging Haiti, for its sacrifices in igniting the flame of African liberation globally.

Significantly, too, Campbell highlighted the fact of the re-articulation of renewed imperialist aggression by the United States against people of colour, both within and outside its borders. Arising out of this assessment, Campbell emphasised that the ultimate aim of the conference was to establish modes of deepening African unity and to identify concrete practical steps for charting the way forward as an agenda for pan-Africanism in the twenty-first century.

This theme of the need for unity was sustained and reinforced by strong solidarity messages, the most symbolic being delivered by Samia Nkrumah, the daughter of Ghana’s founding president and eminent pan-Africanist Kwame Nkrumah, who insisted on the need to re-affirm Nkrumah’s message of continental unity: one economy, one currency, one army, one foreign policy and one government.  Given the convening of a conference called under the name of Kwame Nkrumah, it was a significant wake-up call, which placed the ultimate vision of Nkrumah squarely at the centre of the consciousness of the participants.

The opening ceremony was presided over by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana Professor Ebenezer Owusu. After the welcome statement by the Director of the Institute of African Studies Professor Dzodzi Tsikata, there were solidarity messages from Barbados, the former Prime Minister of Namibia, Nahas Nangula, representative of the Polisario liberation forces of Western Sahara, Mr M. M. Buyema and Samia Nkrumah, the daughter of Kwame Nkrumah. The President of Ghana was represented by Professor Kwesi Yankah, Deputy Minister of Education.

The highlight of the gathering of this opening ceremony of more than 400 persons in the Great Hall of the University of Ghana was the feature address, delivered by the Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies, Sir Hilary Beckles, whose contribution set the analytical and a programmatic guideline for the way forward for pan-Africanism to the mid-twenty-first century.

On reflecting upon the African condition in the context of the Western world’s claim to fighting a war on terror, Prof Beckles noted that no part of the world has had a more brutal experience of terrorism than the Caribbean under European slavery. Having established this fact, Beckles therefore set the stage for reflecting on a future pan-African project.

His proposed program was framed within a recounting of the stance taken by the major African states at the UN Durban World Conference Against Racism in which, according to his recounting, the formal leaders of Africa abandoned the Caribbean delegations in their call for reparations.  The powerful symbol left by Beckles was that of a mother (Africa) abandoning her scattered children (the Caribbean). He insisted that something had been broken and needed to be repaired. 

Beckles framed his argument on the basis that the Caribbean had “done its part” for Africa, from its intellectual, moral and organisational contribution to the struggles against colonialism and independence through the work of pan-Africanists like George Padmore, to the struggle against apartheid as seen in the work of reggae artistes like Bob Marley, to the military contribution of Cuba in Southern Africa. According to Beckles’s narrative, the children had never walked away from the mother, and that Africa, by turning her back on her children in their hour of need, had inflicted a deep wound in the relationship that needed to be healed.  Beckles therefore suggested that before any further forward movement could occur, the African mother would have to reach out to her children in global Africa, as part of the process of healing.

Symbolism aside, this call for the African mother to reach out to her children set the scene for the offering of practical and programmatic agenda which would emerge in the conference. This not only included the role of Africa in supporting the call to spearhead a reparations movement, but it forced upon the conference the need to think about the kind of agenda around which a program of reaching out between Africa and the Caribbean could be built.  This represents the first framework for a future pan-African agenda.

The second inference by Beckles, which created a framework for a future program of action for pan-Africanism, was his own recognition of a split between African states and African civil society, which was symbolised in Durban with the support for reparations from African civil society but a rejection of the call for reparations by the states. This recognition of the split over reparations was seen as symptomatic of a deeper crisis of the post-colonial independent state, in which elites have been cut off from the aspirations of the people.

This set the tone for a second major agenda issue of the conference: the need to re-examine the failures of an elite-led independence project and, relatedly, the failures of an elite-led pan-African project. Indeed, this has, at the time of writing, constituted a major aspect of the theoretical and practical aspects of the conference, with many of the papers focussing on re-examining the ideas of Walter Rodney, CLR James, George Padmore, WEB Dubois, Amilcar Cabral, Frantz Fanon, Kwame Nkrumah and others.

In addition, the question of overcoming many of the specific aspects of the failure and reversal of the independence and Pan-Africanism have been placed on the agenda. Thus, issues of education, land reform, an African currency, economic sovereignty, integration, indeed, a re-examining of every major aspect of the ongoing failures of post-colonial experience, was inspired by the recognition of the split between civil society and states.

Finally, above all else, the conference theme was “Global Africa 2063: Education for Reconstruction and Transformation”. The conference, and opening ceremony, created an excellent platform for future links between education institutions between Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, and North America, and the rethinking of the substance of education into a future pan-African project, towards meeting the African Union’s goal of a unified Africa by the year 2063.

Given the energy of the conference, the crisis of global capitalism, the sense of mission, and the feeling of the urgency of moment, Professor Campbell was moved to warn that African unity will come before 2063.  We await the formal release of the Accra Declaration of Action, as a way forward towards pan-Africanism into the twenty-first Century.

* TENNYSON S.D. JOSEPH teaches in the Department of Government, Sociology & Social Work at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill. He is a prolific writer who pens a weekly column in the Nation. He is the author of Decolonization in St. Lucia: Politics and Global Neoliberalism, 1945–2010, University Press of Mississippi, 2011.

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          Canadian PM Trudeau is not a friend of all God’s children   

Trudeau’s first cabinet was Africanless. Africans in Canada, from the continent and here questioned this move.  Many felt that the younger Trudeau took us for granted because his father Pierre Elliott Trudeau (October 18, 1919 – September 28, 2000) “opened” the doors for immigrants from the Caribbean and Africa. Eventually he did appoint Somali Toronto MP Ahmed Hussen to the federal cabinet as immigration minister.

Trudeau did appoint Indian-born Sikh Harjit Sajjan, MP for Vancouver South, minister of defence. Sikhs have a significantly different history in Canada than Africans.  The Sikh community is represented in all professional fields: medical, legal, technological, academic. Africans came kicking and screaming to the Western Hemisphere. Recently he has been questioned about “fibbing” about being the leader of a battle in Afghanistan. Sajjan said yearly defence spending will swell by more than 70 per cent, from $18.9 billion in 2016-17 to $32.7 billion in 2026-27. He promised $62.3 billion in new spending over 20 years.

Bardish Chagger is another India- born Canadian politician who is the current Leader of the Government in the House of Commons and Minister of Small Business and Tourism.  Chagger was elected as a Liberal member of the House of Commons of Canada in 2015.  She is the first female Leader of the Government in the House of Commons by Trudeau.

Amarjeet Sohi is an Indian-Canadian politician, currently the Member of Parliament for Edmonton and the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities in the federal cabinet. He narrowly beat out strong community advocate Nigerian-born Chinwe Okelu.

Maryam Monsef is an Afghan Canadian politician, a Liberal member the House of Commons in 2015. She was previously the Minister of Democratic Institutions and president of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada until January 10, 2017.

Monsef has not had an easy ride. According to Wikipedia: “Monsef has been criticized for stating that she was born in Afghanistan, when in fact she was born in Iran. When this was revealed in September 2016, some commentators pointed out that this could lead to revocation of her Canadian citizenship and potential deportation, while others have criticized the absurdity of the present law or decried the importation of birtherism into Canadian politics. In an interview at that time, former MP Dean Del Mastro said that political workers in the 2014 municipal and 2015 federal campaigns knew she was not born in Afghanistan, but chose not to make an issue of it.”

Navdeep Singh Bains, the new minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development is a Canadian born Indian.

Canada’s role in Haiti should never be forgotten. Back in the day I discussed Haiti on the Black Commentator in an article: “Canada's Crimes Against Haiti” in   the October 27, 2005 issue. After reading Yves Engler and Anthony Fenton’s  volumeCanada in Haiti’, I pointed out: “The chapter ‘Responsibility to Protect or A Made in Ottawa Coup?’ points out the coup against Aristide was actually planned on Canadian soil. From January 31-February 1, 2003, Canada’s Secretary of State for Latin America and La Francophonie, Denis Paradis, played host to a high-level roundtable meeting dubbed, The Ottawa Initiative on Haiti. Surprise, surprise, no representative of Haiti’s elected government was invited. However, Otto Reich, then President George W. Bush’s appointee as Assistant Secretary State for the Western Hemisphere, was in attendance. Paradis leaked the fact that this meeting took place to journalist Michael Vastel, who reported the meeting in the March 15, 2003 edition of L’Actualite magazine. Another chapter, ‘Using NGOs to Destroy Democracy and the Canadian Military Connection’ exposes the shameful role played by many Canadian NGOs.”

Trudeau is a self-proclaimed “feminist”. The court is still out on this matter. A recent article in the British based Guardian newspaper questioned the Canadian Prime Minister: “A slight note of exasperation crept into Justin Trudeau’s voice, suggesting that this was a topic he had broached many times before. ‘I’m going to keep saying loud and clearly that I am a feminist until it is met with a shrug,’ he declared to an audience at the United Nations in New York.”

His words sparked delight around the world. But one year on, Trudeau’s heady promises have run into the realities of government, prompting the question: has electing a self-described feminist to helm of the country translated into real change for Canadian women?

Canada’s prime minister is moving the Great White North further to the right on foreign affairs. Trudeau’s father Pierre Elliot Trudeau opened the doors to draft resisters including myself who refused to fight against the Vietnamese people. I saw Africans in America and the Vietnamese as colonial subjects. Africans in the United States were colonized by Uncle Sam and the Vietnamese by the French. Wiki pointed out: “While Canada had previously participated in military action against Iraq  in the Gulf War of 1991, it refused to declare war against Iraq without United Nations approval.

The Iraq War began with the United States-led 2003 invasion. The Government of Canada did not at any time formally declare war against Iraq, and the level and nature of this participation, which changed over time, was controversial.

Prime Minister Jean Chrétien said on 10 October 2002 that Canada would, in fact, be part of a military coalition to invade Iraq if it were sanctioned by the United Nations. However, when the United States and the United Kingdom subsequently withdrew their diplomatic efforts to gain that UN sanction, Jean Chrétien announced in Parliament on 17 March 2003 that Canada would not participate in the pending invasion.”

However, this is not the full story. The “Big White Folks” as Paul Robeson called them speak with forked tongues. “Nevertheless, he offered the US and its soldiers his moral support. However, according to classified U.S. documents released by Wikileaks, a high-ranking Canadian official may have secretly promised to clandestinely support the invasion. Two days earlier, a quarter million people in Montreal had marched against the impending war. Major anti-war demonstrations had taken place in several other Canadian cities.” Chrétien’s moves had more to do with the growing opposition to the invasion than his political morality.  

The not so great white north has a checkered history in the African continent. Canada joined the imperialists and played with the white checkers. They played a significant role in the assassinations of Patrice Lumumba, Maurice Mpolo, and Joseph Okito on January 21, 1961. Ottawa came up on the wrong side of history on the question of the Congo. Yves Engler author of the illuminating volume, Canada in Africa: 300 years of aid and exploitation, pointed out: “Siding with Washington, Ottawa promoted ONUC) and UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold’s controversial anti-Lumumba position. ONUC was established in July 1960 to ensure the withdrawal of Belgian forces. 1,900 Canadian troops participated in the UN mission between 1960 and 1964, making this country’s military one of its more active members. There were almost always more Canadian officers at ONUC headquarters than those of any other nationality and the Canadians were concentrated in militarily important logistical positions including chief operations officer and chief signals officer.”

Canada opposed anticolonial struggles in Africa, supported apartheid South Africa and Idi Amin’s coup against Milton Obote (December 28 1925- October 10, 2005) who had led Uganda to independence in 1962 from British colonialism. He was overthrown by Amin in 1971. Canada played a role in the ousting of Lumumba in the Congo by the CIA, Belgium and Mobutu Sese Seko Kuku Ngbendu Wa Za Banga aka Joseph Mobutu and Ghana’s Kwame Nkrumah.

The Great White North pressed African states to follow neoliberal policies, which have benefitted Canadian corporations. The Canadian International Development Perform points out: “Canada is a global mining giant and a leading player in Africa’s mining sector. 70% of the equity capital raised globally by the mining industry was raised on the Toronto (TSX) and Venture (TSXV) exchanges. Of the $10.3 billion in equity raised for mining on the TSX and TSXV in 2012 $1.9 billion or 18.5% was for projects in Latin America while another $1.7 billion or 16.5% was for projects in Africa.”   Canada played a role in the violence the Congo, Rwanda and Somali.  

Canada does have a Black Radical Tradition. However, we cannot expect Corporate Canada or the Black Misleadership Class to tell the story. That is on us on the Black Left.

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          México vs Paraguay: Horario y en qué canal verlo; Amistoso 2017   

México vs Paraguay: Horario y en qué canal verlo; Amistoso 2017


La selección de México que disputará la Copa Oro 2017 continua su preparación previo al torneo y este sábado 1 de julio se enfrentará a su similar de Paraguay en partido amistoso a disputarse en Estados Unidos. Conoce a qué hora juega México vs Paraguay y en qué canal verlo en vivo. México inició con los partidos amistosos rumbo a Copa Oro 2017 el pasado 28 de junio ante Ghana, donde salió airoso 1-0. Los mexicanos tendrán que sacar la casta para hacer un buen torneo, luego de la Lee la nota completa: México vs Paraguay: Horario y en qué canal verlo; Amistoso 2017 en WebAdictos

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          Official Video: Skales Ft Sarkodie – Booty Language   

Official Video: Skales Ft Sarkodie – Booty Language MP4 Download Download and watch the Official Video: Skales Ft Sarkodie – Booty Language Booty Language Is A Summer Anthem From Skales Sophomore Album Featuring Ghana’s Legendary Rapper; Sarkodie , Produced By Krizbeatz. Watch Below DOWNLOAD MP4 | DOWNLOAD MP3

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          Beograd Masih Ingat Bung Karno   


Perjumpaan secara tak sengaja dengan Miroslavic di Kafe Insomnia semakin meyakinkan bahwa nama besar Bung Karno, presiden RI pertama, benar-benar tinggal di hati rakyat Beograd, Serbia. Barangkali juga Bung Karno tidak hanya dikenang di Beograd, tetapi juga di kota-kota lainnya di seluruh Serbia atau malahan di seluruh wilayah bekas Yugoslavia.

Kafe Insomnia yang terletak di perempatan Jalan Strahinjica Bana 66a itu tidaklah besar. Gedung kafe itu berlantai dua. Di lantai bawah ada sekitar 20 kursi, demikian juga di lantai atas. Tetapi, di ruang kecil itu, nama besar Bung Karno bergaung begitu keras.

”Ah, dari Indonesia,” ujar Miroslavic begitu ramah. Lelaki kelahiran tahun 1942, yang pernah memiliki percetakan kertas undangan dan tanggalan, itu lalu dengan lancar bercerita tentang Bung Karno. ”Coba di zaman sekarang ini muncul kombinasi pemimpin seperti (Josip Broz) Tito, Bung Karno, (Gamal Abdul) Nasser, (Jawaharlal) Nehru, dan siapa lagi itu yang dari Ghana, saya lupa, pasti hebat sekali.”

”Saya masih ingat, walau waktu itu masih kecil, kunjungan Bung Karno ke sini, Beograd. Bung Karno sahabat Tito. Waktu itu kami berdiri di pinggir jalan sambil melambai-lambaikan bendera kedua negara. Keduanya hebat,” tuturnya lebih lanjut.

Nama Bung Karno memang selalu disebut-sebut di mana- mana. Begitu menginjakkan kaki di Beograd, yang pertama kali menyebut nama Bung Karno adalah Andri Hadi, Direktur Jenderal Informasi dan Diplomasi Publik Kementerian Luar Negeri, yang memimpin delegasi Indonesia dalam dialog bilateral antarumat beragama (interfaith) Indonesia-Serbia. ”Kita tiba di negeri sahabatnya Bung Karno,” katanya saat itu.

Di Kedutaan Besar RI di Beograd, untuk kedua kalinya nama Bung Karno disebut. Kali ini oleh Dubes RI untuk Serbia Semuel Samson. ”Gedung KBRI ini berdiri di wilayah yang khusus, istimewa, tidak di kompleks korps diplomatik. Kita memperoleh tempat yang khusus dan luas karena eratnya persahabatan antara Bung Karno dan Tito,” jelas Semuel Samson.

”Anda harus berbangga, sekarang mengikuti seminar di tempat yang dulu digunakan juga oleh para pemimpin Gerakan Nonblok (GNB) untuk pertama kalinya bersidang. Yang lebih istimewa lagi, dan ini harus membuat Anda bangga, di sinilah dulu Bung Karno juga bersidang. Bung Karno pemimpin besar. Dia sahabat Tito, yang berarti juga sahabat kami. Kami, rakyat Serbia, dulu Yugoslavia, bangga akan dia,” ujar Radislav Z Milanovic begitu lancar, tanpa bisa diputus, di sela-sela dialog antar-umat beragama.

Dialog diselenggarakan di Palace of Serbia, sebuah gedung yang digunakan untuk menggelar Konferensi Pertama GNB tahun 1961. Milanovic, seorang senior eksekutif di perusahaan penerbangan Serbia, yang pernah beberapa kali ke Indonesia, mengaku sangat mengagumi Bung Karno.

Di dalam ruang sidang, Ljubodrag Dimic, seorang profesor doktor dari Universitas Beograd, yang menjadi salah satu pembicara dalam dialog, secara panjang lebar menjelaskan tentang persahabatan Indonesia lewat GNB. ”Bung Karno memainkan peran sangat besar dalam konferensi itu,” katanya. ”Soekarno memang tokoh besar. Anda, saudara-saudara kami dari Indonesia, harus berbangga memiliki tokoh sebesar dan sehebat Soekarno, sama seperti kami memiliki tokoh besar Tito,” lanjutnya.

Tokoh pemersatu

Yang diucapkan Dimic itu diulangi lagi oleh pemimpin Komunitas Islam Serbia, Imam Besar Adem Zilkic, saat menerima delegasi Indonesia di kompleks Masjid Bajrakli. ”Jarak antara Indonesia dan Serbia memang jauh. Secara geografis kita berada di tempat yang berjauhan, tetapi secara spiritual kita dekat. Kita memiliki hubungan spiritual yang dekat. Yang berjasa mempererat hubungan spiritual kita adalah Soekarno. Dia sahabat kami rakyat Serbia,” kata Adem Zilkic.

Dua jam kemudian, di Universitas Beograd, Rektor Universitas Beograd Branko Bogdanovic, menjelang acara penandatanganan naskah kesepahaman antara Universitas Beograd dan Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, lagi-lagi bercerita tentang kebesaran dan kehebatan Bung Karno. ”Presiden Soekarno menerima gelar doktor kehormatan dari universitas ini. Pemberian gelar itu, selain menunjukkan kehebatan Soekarno di bidang akademi, juga membuktikan betapa kami sangat menghormati tokoh besar itu,” katanya.

”Ya, Soekarno memang tokoh besar. Ia pahlawan yang kami banggakan. Berdosalah kami kalau ke Beograd tidak singgah ke universitas ini, tempat dulu Soekarno mendapat gelar doktor,” sambung Semuel Samson. Bahkan Dubes RI untuk Serbia ini menyebut, selama 20 tahun masa pemerintahannya, Bung Karno 20 kali mengunjungi Yugoslavia.

Dan Dekan Fakultas Teologi Ortodoks Universitas Beograd Artemije Irenej, seorang uskup Gereja Ortodoks Serbia, tidak ketinggalan memuji Bung Karno menjelang kuliah umum yang disampaikan oleh Pendeta Margaretha Maria Hendriks-Ririmasse, Heru Prakoso SJ, dan Komaruddin Hidayat.

Mengapa Bung Karno begitu dipuji dan dikagumi di Serbia? ”Itu menunjukkan kebesaran dan kehebatan Bung Karno sebagai tokoh GBN. Selain itu, Bung Karno juga dipandang sebagai pemimpin pendorong solidaritas, solidarity maker. Sebagai bangsa yang plural, Serbia sama dengan Indonesia, membutuhkan seorang pemersatu. Di sini, setelah Tito meninggal, Yugoslavia bubar, sementara setelah Bung Karno meninggal, Indonesia masih bersatu, masih utuh. Itu yang membuat mereka kagum kepada Indonesia, kagum kepada Bung Karno, sang pemersatu,” komentar Rektor Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Komaruddin Hidayat.

Bung Karno memang tokoh besar. Dan, rakyat Serbia mengakuinya.

(trias kuncahyono dari Beograd, Serbia)
          Ghana: Accusé d’un v*ol présumé sur Sarah Kwablah, Asamoah Gyan réagit.   

Asamoah Gyan s’est prononcé, il y a quelques jours, sur les accusations concernant son présumé v*ol de la jeune étudiante Sarah Kwablah. Le footballeur a donné sa version des faits. Lors d’une interview qu’il a accordée aux médias ghanéens, alors qu’il se trouvait à Accra, le capitaine des Blacks Stars a avoué qu’il a eu [...]

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          Ebony – Sponsor feat. Shatta Wale (Prod. by Willisbeatz)   

Ebony’s much talked about collaboration with Shatta Wale has been leaked by Ghanaian music streaming sites. The song titled “Sponsor” initially featured the controversial Hiplife musician but surprisingly, his vocals got missing when Ebony dropped the video a few weeks ago. In the leaked version, Shatta Wale made just a little input so it makes no or just a little difference. The mid-tempo Afro-pop song was produced by Willisbeatz. Download and listen to the track below.

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          Zylofon Music grabs two more acts Obibini and Joyce Blessing   

Ghanaian rap artiste Obibini and Gospel singer Joyce Blessing have landed a 4-year management contract with Zylofon Music, a subsidiary of mass media and entertainment firm Zylofon Media. The deal, according to the company’s PR Sammy Flex, includes two brand-new Hyundai Sonata cars and accommodation for the new signees. Zylofon Music will be in charge of the artistes’ distribution, promotion, production, marketing and anything that has to do with artiste management. Addressing the press, Sammy Flex noted: “We’ve signed a four-year deal with Joyce Blessing and Obibini Boafo. It’s a complete record deal and when I say, ‘a complete record deal’, it includes distribution, promotion, production and marketing as well.” “We believe that our music business is in such a way that, artistes need some…

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          Tampere Jazz Happening 1.-4.11.2012 - Festival of the Year!   

Tampere Jazz Happening 1.-4.11.2012

- Festival of the Year!

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FESTIVAL OF THE YEAR BEGINS

Newcomers take the spotlight on the first day

The first performances of Tampere Jazz Happening are on Thursday 1 November. The programme takes a head start when Rakka plays an acoustic set in the Main Library of Tampere at noon. Their actual showtime in Happening is at Telakka venue on Saturday 3 November at 10.30 pm.

The festival begins at Klubi on Thursday evening at 8.00 pm. The opening concert presents three acts selected by the 12 Points Festival for their European showcase tour. French free jazz quartet Actuum opens the evening followed by critics' favourite from the UK, WorldService Project, and is concluded by young Finnish talents Big Blue. The Thursday event is free of charge.

TICKET SALES IS GOING WELL

Tickets are being sold at the same pace as in previous years. Headlined by the John Scofield Trio, the Sunday concert is proving to be more successful than before. The master improviser returns to Tampere after 22 years.

The Old Customs House Hall hosts several international stars throughout the weekend. The Friday concert features the acclaimed Vijay Iyer Trio; the legendary saxophonist Peter Brötzmann takes the stage on Saturday.

Gypsy music pioneers Boban & Marko Marković Orchestra from Serbia and afrobeat veteran Ebo Taylor from Ghana storm the Klubi stage on Friday and Saturday nights respectively.

Finnish acts are also given their chances in the spotlight: the Saturday concert at Telakka, featuring Mopo, Rakka, and Fredator, will probably be sold out in advance.

HAPPENING ATTRACTS INTERNATIONAL GUESTS

In addition to the international roster of artists, the festival welcomes 23 international journalists and jazz professionals. Music Finland invites a selection of guests to the festival as part of their music export project aimed at the United Kingdom. Other guests arrive from Russia, Japan, and North America.

The title of Festival of the Year, awarded by Finland Festivals, is also proving to be of interest. The title was given to Happening as an acknowledgement of its important role in enriching the Finnish jazz scene. 

The programme: http://www.tamperemusicfestivals.fi/jazz/en/ohjelma/

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          Ang Solusyon sa Trapikong Sumasakal sa Kalakhang Maynila   
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          VIDEO: Skales ft. Sarkodie – Booty Language   

Booty Language Is A Summer Anthem From Skales Sophomore Album Featuring Ghana’s Legendary Rapper; Sarkodie, Produced By Krizbeatz..         http://jukeboxmusic.com.ng/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Skales_ft_Sarkodie_-_Booty_Language-jukeboxmusic.com.ng.mp3     DOWNLOAD MP3 Skales ft. Sarkodie – Booty Language   DOWNLOAD VIDEO

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          VIDEO: Fuse ODG – Window Seat   

‘Window Seat’ is produced by Jnr. Blender (Who produced the Major Lazer & Fuse ODG’s Multi platinum collaboration hit “Light It Up”) and Canadian Duo Banx & Ranx. The single is also assisted by a stunning visual that was shot in Accra, showcasing the colour and vibrancy of Ghana’s capital city. “It’s like my own […]

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          New Americans Celebrate Citizenship, and Nation's Independence Day    

Cameras flashed and tiny American flags waved as the nation's newest citizens pledged to support and defend the Constitution during a naturalization ceremony at the New York Public Library on Friday, days before Independence Day.

The plight of other U.S. immigrants was on some of their minds, especially since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this week to allow the Trump administration to move forward with parts of its controversial travel ban. The ban affects six, primarily Muslim countries. 

Conrado Tenaglia, from Argentina, said he believes America's legacy of openness to immigrants will prevail. "I don't think some of this political noise really changes the substance of a country which is built on immigration and a set of values that is open to all people of good wills," he said.

Munaya Farook, a Muslim from Ghana, said her thoughts are with fellow Muslims. But she's also excited to finally be an American citizen after eight years here. And she's especially happy to celebrate her new status with her father. 

"I'm going home to my dad, he brought me here, and I'm going home to jump on him, scream, hug him, because I love him so much and I'm so excited today," she said. 


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Hinatid sya ng boss nya sa kanila. Nakita nya na may misscall at mga text sa kanya si noel na ngayon lang nya nakita. Sa may bandang kanto sya ibinaba ng matanda at naglakad nalang si Lisa pauwi at malapit na.

Ayaw sana magpahatid ni Lisa pero mapilit ang matanda. Kinakabahan sya na baka may makakita sa kanilang dalawa. Bago pa lumabas ng kotse at nakipagtongue to tongue pa sa kanya ang matanda nang matagal.

Mag aalis diyes na ng gabi at naabutan nyang nanunuod ng TV ang asawa.

“Oh Hon Antagal naman matapos nang meeting nyo mag 10 na o""sabi sa kanya ni Noel pero nakangiti ito at walang bakas nang kahit ano. Wala itong alam na iniiputan na sya sa ulo ng asawa.
"" Oo nga Love sorry talaga, tagal nung meeting namin "pagsisinungaling ni Lisa. Ngayon lang ata sya nakapagsinungaling dito. Ang totoo sa motel sila nag-"meeting one on one ng boss nya.
Meeting sa kama.
“Kumain na ba ang Honey ko" Nagluto ako ng sinigang, masarap yun kain na"' tanong ni Noel.
Nakonsensya man si Lisa dahil alam ng asawang paborito nya yun. Pero kumain sila ni Boss Namero bago umuwi kaya busog sya.
"Love sorry ha busog ako, may pakain kasi sa meeting, bukas ko nalang kakainin promise"sabay masuyong nagdampi ng halik sa mister.

Mabilis lang kumbaga smack lang sa lips at baka may naiwan pang amoy ni Mr. Namero sa katawan nya.
Maamoy pa ni Noel.

Mula nuon ay nagtuloy tuloy na ang bawal na pakikipag relasyon nya sa Boss nya.
Minsan sa isang linggo ay gabi na sya nakakauwi. Lagi syang dinadala ng Boss nya sa Motel.
Dahilan nya sa asawa ay may dagdag na trabaho o di kaya ay may employees meeting.
Pero yun pala ay sya ang tinatrabaho ng Boss nya. Yung meeting na dahilan nya sa mister ay walang habas na kaplugan nila ng Boss nya sa loob kwarto ng motel.
May tiwala sa kanya ang mister nya kaya hindi ito naghihinala sa mga napapadalas nang halos mag 11pm na nyang umuuwi.

NAging SexSlave na sya sa mga ginagawa sa kanya ni Boss Namero.
Kahit kelan sya ayain mag Sex ng boss nya ay nakakahanap sya nang idadahilan sa asawa.
Hindi na sya tumatanggi. E bakit sya natatanggi lagi syang nakaka-abot sa langit tuwing nagse-Sex sila nang Boss nya.
Nagpatuloy lang ito hanggan sa umabot na namg 3 buwan ang relasyon nila nang Boss nya.

Sa iba’t-ibang lugar sila nagtatalik. Minsan sa isang mamahaling hotel o sa budget motel.
Minsan ay sa malaking condo nito sa may parteng makati.
Kahit saan sya dalhin nang Boss nya ay hindi na tumatangging sumama si Lisa.

Minsan nga ay sa loob pa ng private room ng office pa sila, nagse-Sex ng boss nyang manyak.
Kapag sabado at linggo na walang pasok si Lisa ay nasa bahay lang sya pinagsisilbahan ang asawa.
Pinagluluto nya ito. NAglilinis sya ng bahay.
Ngunit sa mga araw na yun ay hinahanap-hanap ng katawan nya si Mr. Namero.
Naging addict na sya sa rito mula nang matikman nya ang mahaba at matabang titi nito.

Iniintay din nyang kalabitin sya nang mister, nang maka-iscore naman ito sa kanya.
Siguro kung kahit minsan ginagalaw sya nang asawa ay baka mapigilan pa nya ang paghananap kay Mr. Namero. Pero once in a blue moon kung galawin sya ng mister.
Inintindi nalang ni Lisa na baka stressed at pagod sa trabaho ang mister. Mahirap din ang trabaho nito sa opisina nito. Pagdumarating ito sa bahay at pagod na pagod.

Ang Hindi alam ni Noel na may iba na palang tumitira sa magandang misis nya.

Isang gabi nasa condominium na naman sila ni Boss namero nya. Isinama na naman si Lisa nang Boss nya, pagkagaling nila sa opisina para sa isa na naman umaatikabong sabong, sabong sa Kama.
Nakaupo sa gilid ng Kama si Namero. Si Lisa naman ay nasa gitna ng mga hita nya nakaluhod.
Subo - subo nito nito malaking tite niya. Taas baba- taas baba ang ulo ni Lisa. Wala na syang inhibisyon pagdating sa kama.
AAaahhhh sge pa baby! Anggaling mo na baby ko " anas ni Mr.Namero.

“O yung balls ko naman baby, ayan" Very Good , Anggaling mo Baby Girl"
Lumipat sa pag dila at pagsipisip nang mga betlog nya si Lisa.
Sumunod agad sa utos ng matanda, habang taas baba naman ang isang kamay nya sa pagjackol sa kahabaan nang matanda.

Habang nasa ganung posisyon, minamasdan nya ang reaksiyon sa mukha ng Boss nya. Nakapikit ito ngayon dahil nasasarapan.
Hindi gwapo ang boss nya at napapanot na ang ulo at malaki ang tiyan. Magaling lang itong magpaligaya ng babae kaya nahulog ang loob nya dito.

Alam nya mahal pa rin nya si Noel. PEro pagdating sa sex ay alipin sya ni Mr. Namero.
Gumaling na rin sya pagdating sa ibabaw ng kama sa dalas ng mga pag SeSex nila ng Boss nya.
Paano hindi sya gagaling, bawat session nila nang boss nya ay tinuturuan sya nito nang mga kung anu-anong kahalayan.

PAra namang maaubusang si Lisa sa pagsipsip sa ulo ng titi ng Boss. Subo-subo nya ang ppinaka-ulo lang nito habang sinisipsip na parang candy.

Lalong - lalo na pag nagpre-precum ang matanda, nagustuhan na nya ang lasa at sipsipin ang munting namumuong butil na katas sa pinaka ulo ng titi ng boss nya.

PAtuloy lang sya nang ganito habang hawak nang dalawang malambot nyang kamay ang katigasan nito.
Hindi na ata nya kayang mawala sa buhay nya ang mataba at mahabang ari na ito nang boss nya isip ni Lisa. Kaya ganun na lamang ang pagsamba nya rito.

Tuwing nagmomotel sila nang matanda ay hindi nya pwedeng hindi iblowjob muna ito. Yun ang unang seremonyas na utos ng matanda sa kanya.
Binigyan sya ng matanda ng mga instructions sa pag-BJ.
Kelangan Lahat ng sulok ng kahabaan ng boss namero nya ay madadaanan ng mumunting dila nya.
Ultimo ang ilalim ng pinaka-ulo ng Titi nito, pati ang mga balls ng matanda.

MAtapos ang ilang minutong pagsubo nya sa titi niyo, pinahinto na sya ni MR. namero.
Dahil sa sobrang panggigil kasi ni Lisa sa Alaga nya ay muntik na syang labasan.

"Wait baby, dahan dahan lang parang kang mauubusan nyan hehe"

Sumunod naman si Lisa, at sabay pahid sa tumulong laway sa mga gilid ng labi nya.

Tumihaya si Namero sa kama. ""come baby sabay tayo na lang tayo"utos ng Matanda.
Alam na ni Lisa ang ibig sabihin nito. Pumatong sya sa matanda, umikot at itinapat naman nya ang kanyang hiyas sa mukha ng matanda. NAg 69 sila.

Gustong gusto rin ni Lisa ang posisyong ito. Tuwing ginagawa nila ito ng boss nya ay lagi syang nilalabasan. Habang subo-subo nya ang ulo ng titi ng boss nya ay pinapasadahan naman ng dila nito ang hiwa ng puki nya.
Matagal, matagal-tagal din sila sa baliktaran ng Boss nya.

Mas unang bumigay si Lisa.
AAAhhhhhh, ayann na ako Lovve oohhhh" habang nilalabasan si Lisa. Natanggal sa pagkakasubo nya ang ari nang Boss habang kumawakawala ang masaganang katas nya.

Sumabog ang katas nya sa mga labi at mukha ng boss nya. Ngisi naman si Namero.

Pagkuwa ay pinadapa siya ni Mr.namero sa kama. Sumunod naman si Lisa. wala pa ring yatang balak na tigilan sya. Ang huling tingin ni Lisa sa Oras ay mag1am na nang madaling araw.

"" Teka Love -icontinue nalang natin ito sa sunod please' baka maghinala na an asawa ko"
"sobrang Late na Love please" pagmamaka awa ni Lisa.

“ISang round nalang Honey baby" Ayaw makinig ni NAmero.
Habang nakadapa sya sa kama ay unting unting ipinasok nang matandang hayok sa hiyas nya ang kahabaan nito.
Gustong -gusto rin ni Namera ang posisyong ito at kitang kita nya ang pagpasok ng matabang titi nya sa puki nang kapareha.
Kitang kita nya ang matambok at maputing puwit nito at ang pagsagad sa kaloob-looban ng hiyas ni Lisa na lalong nakakapagpa-demonyo sa kanya.
Dagdag sa sarap din ang malambot at makinis na pwet ni Lisa, tuwing binabayo nya ang puke nito sa ganitong posisyon.


Oooooohhhhhhh" si lisa nang sumagad ang 9pulgada muli ng kanyang Boss.
Nangisay si Lisa, pero hindi ito makakilos at hawak ng matanda ang dalawang kamay nya na inipit sa kama.
NAgsimulang undayan muli ng kantot si Lisa nang matanda sa ganitong posisiyon.
BAliw na si Lisa sa sarap. Ilang minuto palang syang inaararo ng boss ay pinaliguan na masaganang katas nya ang kahabaan ng titi ng boss nya.

“Ohh Love ayan na naman ako ooohhhhhh" sarap na sarap si Lisa.

Ngising aso muli si Namero , sarap sa pakiramdam habang labas masok sya sa hiyas nito, na pinaliguan na ng katas ni Lisa ang batuta nya.
Gustong gusto nyang nakikitang nababalot na sa katas ni Lisa ang kanyang kahabaan.
Nangingintab sa katas.
Dito nya lalong napapatunayang baliw si Lisa sa titi nya.

Hindi na nakapagpigil si Namero. PAgsikad nya pataaas na ulong ulo nalang ang nakapasok, ay buong lakas nyang isasagad papasok ang titi sa puki ni Lisa.

AAaahhhhhh Love dahan dahan. oooohh"" angal ni Lisa sa marahas na pagkantot ng Boss nya. Alam nya malapit na ito labasan.

Pero bingi na si Namero. binilisan nya ng binilisan ang ginagawa nyang pagsakyod kay Lisa.
Hanggan sa huling pagbaon at sagad ay pinutok nya lahat ng kanyang tamod sa loob ni Lisa.
MArami ito dumaloy at pumulandit sa sinapupunan nang maganda at seksing empleyada. Nagulat naman si Lisa sa lakas ng pwersa nang pagputok sa loob nya nang matanda. MAtagal din itong nilabasan habang todo sagad ito sa loob nya.
AAaaaaahhhh That was a Great Fuck baby! Aaahhhh" You really the best pussy"Ivé had baby Girl" si Mr namero habang nilalabasan.

Hindi agad nya binunot ang Alaga. Hinayaan lang nyang nakasagad ito habang patuloy ang pagdaloy ng katas sa loob ng hiyas ni Lisa.

Parang Gusto na nyang sanang ibahay si Lisa. Kung wala nga lang itong asawa ay matagal na nya itong ginawa. Mas ginaganahan pa sya lalo pag alam nyang nag-iintay ang asawa nito sa bahay, habang eto sya nagpapasasa sa katawan ng magandang misis neto.

Ilang minuto na at hindi pa rin binubunot nang matanda ang tarugo nito.

Love teka , sobrang late na kelangan ko na umuwi please"."pagmamakaawa nito sa matanda.
Kinakabahan si Lisa at baka nag-aantay sa kanya ang mister. Tantiya nya lagpas 1am na nang madaling araw.

"" Ok baby kung masarap"teka ihahatid na kita malapit senyo" At yun lang at tsaka unti unting hinugot nang matanda ang nanlalambot nang kahabaan mula sa butaas ng kasarapan ni Lisa.




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          HAPPY HOUSE ( Part 2 )   
Submitted by damatandz1969


SA PAGPAPATULOY.......


Si Claire at ang anak-anakan nitong si Alfred ay parehong pawisan pagkatapos ng mainit kantutan.


"O ingatan mo mama mo ha." bilin ni Chris sa anak nito.

"O sige hon alis na kayo at baka ma-late pa kayo sa appointment mo."

Sabay halik ni Chris sa asawa. Mula ng mag-walong buwan na si Claire ay linggo-linggo na ang appointment nito sa doctor. Gustuhin man ng anak nitong si Katy na sumama sa ina ay kailangan niyang pumasok sa summer school kaya hindi makatutol si Alfred na samahan ang madrasta nito.


Ala-una ng hapon ng dumating si Katy sa bahay na tama naman na katatapos lang kumain ng tanghalian ni Chris. Dumiretso sa silid niya ang dalaga upang magbihis.

"Nasaan na yung Sarah Geronimo kong CD?" tanong ng bata sa sarili.

Inis na pumunta ito sa kuwarto ni Alfred para kunin ang CD, ngunit laking gulat ni Katy ng buksan ang player ni Alfred. Nandilat ito ng makita ang kupas na pictures sa cd. "Busty Teens?... shit!" Wika ni Katy.

Napangisi na lang ito at may kung anong kapilyahan ang pumasok sa isip nito. Pinoy Sex Stories at www.kanlungan09.blogspot.com


Binuksan niya ang tv at pinidot ang play button ng player. Nakita ni Katy kung paano kantutin ng isang lalaki ang dalagang artista sa screen. Parang may mainit na kuryente ang bumalot sa kanyang katawan at tulala itong nakatitig sa screen. "Ganito pala ang sex.
Kaya pala ang iba kong kaibigan eh madalas mag-motel ng kanilang bf." Sabi nito sa sarili habang aliw na aliw sa panunuod.

"Nagwe-wet na ako."

Napuna niya, hindi naman inosente si Katy sa sex dahil nasubukan na rin niyang mag-finger sa tuwing iniisip niya ang mga kuwento sa kanya ng kanyang mga kaibigang babae at ang mga sexperience nila.


Nagsimula ng pumasok ang kamay nito sa shorts niya ng maalala niyang nasa bahay pala ang tatay-tatayan nito. Agad ay tumayo siya at kinuha ang CD sabay labas ng kuwarto at dumiretso sa silid ng amain nito.

"Tito Chris." Sabi ng bata.


"Oh Katy bakit?" Sagot naman ng lalaki.

"Eh kasi po hinahanap ko sa kuwarto ni Alfred yung Sarah na CD ko tapos nakita ko ito sa player niya." Sabay abot ng CD sa amain para mapahamak ang kinakapatid nito.


"Bold ito ah." Sabi ni Chris.

"Haku iha pasensya ka na ha. Nasanay kasi si Alfred na nunuod nito nuong wala pa kami ni mama mo.

Alam mo na kase kasama ito sa research ko sa tabloid." paliwanag ni Chris.



Nagtataka naman si Katy dahil parang hindi nagalit ito.

"Ibig ninyong sabihin pinapayagan nyo po si Alfred manuod nyan?" nagtatakang tanong ng bata.

"Ah eh oo basta huwag lang siyang mananakit ng babae o makakabuntis." Sagot ng lalaki.

"Siguro kase iba yung pagpapalaki sayo ng mama mo." dugtong pa ni Chris.

"Ganun po ba? Ang bait nyo pala tito." Sagot na lang ng bata na parang napurnada ang masamang balak.


Lumabas ng silid si Katy at bumalik sa kuwarto nito.


Hindi maalis sa isip ni Katy ang napanuod niyang bold kadalasan ay puro kuwento lang ang alam niya. Paulit-ulit ang mga eksena sa kanyang isip nagmuling naginit ang pakiramdam nito.

Biglang meron pumasok na ideya sa isip niya. Nagtungo siya sa silid ni Alfred para maghanap ng iba pang bold na DVD ngunit nahalungkat na niya ang lahat ng CD duon ay wala na siyang nakita. Babalik na sana ito sa kuwarto niya ng napadaan ito sa kuwarto ng kanilang magulang.


Natuod si Katy sa nakita niya. Nakahilata si Chris sa kama habang pinapanuod ang DVD ni Alfred habang hawak hawak nito ang kaniyang ari.

"Ay..." Sambit ni Katy at napalingon tuloy si Chris sa bahagyang bumukas na pinto.

Hindi sinasadyang naitulak ni Katy ang pinto at bumukas ito.


"So... sorry po." Sabi ni Katy.

Inaasahan ni Chris na tatakbo paalis ang bata dahil sa nangyari ngunit hindi makakilos si Katy sa kinatatayuan nito.

Napako ang mata nito sa tv screen na pinapanuod ng amain. Dahan dahan ay humakbang ang mga paa ng bata palapit sa tv screen. "Katy..." Tawag ni Chris. "Katy..." Muli tawag ni Chris sa bata. "Po?" tulalang sagot ng bata.

"Gusto mo bang manuod?" tanong naman ni Chris habang unti-unting ipinapasok ang ari nito sa loob ng shorts.


"Hindi siguro ako nakita ng bata baka yung palabas ang nakita niya." sabi ni Chris sa sarili.

Tumahimik ang kuwarto at tanging ingay lang ng dvd ang maririnig. Para matanggal ang katahimikan ay nagsalita si Katy ng hiyang hiya sa nangyari.


"Tito mag-asawa po ba sila?" tanong nito.

"Ah eh sa tingin mo ba mag-asawa sila? Tignan mo nga halos kasing tanda ko na yung lalaki tapos yung babae siguro mga 18 years old lang." Paliwanag ni Chris.

Titig na titig si Katy sa screen habang naka close-up ang ari ng dalawa.

"Sarap na sarap yung babae." Malakas na bulong ni Katy. "Ha ha ha syempre masarap talaga ang sex." Sagot naman ni Chris.

"Oo nga po sabi ng mga classmates ko masarap daw po magsex." biglang sabi ni Katy.

Nagulat si Chris sa pahayag ng bata. "Eh ikaw ba nakapag-sex na rin?" subok na tanong ni Chris. "Hindi po no." Sagot agad ni Katy.

"Ngayon nakita mo na gaano kasarap siguro makikipagsex ka na no?" biro ni Chris.

Basta yung mapagkakatiwalaan mo ha.
Huwag ka munang papabuntis." sunod pa nito. "Opo. Tito ilang taong kayo ng una kang nakipagsex?" tanong ng bata.

"Ha? eh siguro 13 o 14 ako nuon." sagot nito.

"Ka edad ko pala." malakas na bulong nito. "


Tito bakit kayo ng mamasturbate kanina." bulalas ng bata.
Nagulat si Chris sa prankang tanong ng bata sa kanya. "Eh kase ano, matagal na kaming hindi nagsesex ng mama mo... alam mo na." Sagot nito. "

Ahhh." Sige po balik na po ako sa kuwarto ko.


Biglang tayo ng bata at bago lumabas sa pinto ito ay "Tuloy nyo na po ginagawa ninyo. Huwag kayong mag-alala hindi ko po sasabihin kay mama." ngiti ng bata.


Bumalik si Katy sa kanyang kuwarto na init na init ang pakiramdam, walang pakundangan itong humiga sa kuwarto ang unti unting nag-alis ng saplot.


"Shit hot na hot ako..." Isip isip ng bata.

"Im so horny." pilit ginagawa ang mga kataga na naririnig niya sa mga kaibigan.

Basang basa ang daliri ni Katy nang ipasok niya ito sa kanyang puki.



"Ohhhhhhhh..."


ungol niya habang nagliliwaliw ang daliri nito sa puki niya. Pumikit ang bata habang iniisip ang mga eksena na napanuod, paminsan minsan ay sumisingit ang imahe ng kanyang amain na hawak hawak ang ari nito.


Lalung pang naginit si Katy habang balik balik ang mga bold scene at larawan ng ari ng amain nito sa isip.


"Ooooooohhhhhhhh..." Ungol ni Katy.


Dinakma ni Katy ang sariling dibdib at sa edad na katorse ang malaki na ito mana sa kanyang ina.


Walang kamalay-malay si Katy sa mga matang nakasilip sa pinto niya.

Unti-unting lumapit ang anino sa nakahandusay na bata habang nagiinit itong nilalamas ang murang suso.


"Ssssshiiiiiiiiiiiitttttt... aaahhhhhhhhhh..." Napaungol ng malakas si Katy sa sarap na dumapo sa kanya.


Ang mainit at malambot na laman sa dumampi sa kanyang hiyas ay nagdulot ng kakaibang sarap na parang kuryente na gumagapang mula paa ang hanggang ulo niya.


Napadilat si Katy at nakita niya ang isang ulo na nakasubsob sa gitna ng kanya hita.

"Aaahhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmm...
" Hindi makuhang tumutol ni Katy dahil tumitirik ang mga mata nito sa sarap na nadarama habang paikot ikot ang dila sa loob ng kanyang masabaw na puki.


Buhay na buhay ang kanyang pandama habang nararamdaman niya kung paano pitik-pitikin ng dila ng lalaki ang tinggil niya.


"Oooooooooooohhhhhhhhhh!!!" Ungol ni Katy na sarap na sarap.


Napataas ang ulo ni Katy ng sinapo ng isang kamay ang suso niya ay marhang pinisil ito.


"Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... oooohhhhh" Sige ang ungol ni Katy habang bigay na bigay ito sa sarap.


Sige ang lalaki sa pagsimsim sa murang pagkababae ng bata habang ang isang kamay nito ay sige ang lamas sa suso.
Naramdaman ni Katy ang unti-unting naiipon laman sa bandang balakang niya. Habang sumasarap ay parang bumibigat naman ay kalamnan niya.


Napaangat ang puwit ng bata ng sipsipin ng lalaki ang tinggil nito.



"Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh!"
Malakas na ungol ni Katy.

Parang sasabog ang bola ng laman sa loob niya at hindi niya mawari ang nararamdaman. Parang maiihi siya habang ang bola ng laman ay unti-unting bumababa punta sa gawi ng kanyang hiyas.



"Aaaaaaahhhhh aaaanoooo ba itttoooooo aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..." ungol ni Katy habang napapailing sa sarap.



Parang alam ng lalaki ang nangyayari kayat ipinasok nito ang daliri sa loob ng lagusan ng dalaga habang sinisipsip ang kuntil ng dalaga at walang tigil naman sa pagpisil sa utong ng bata.

"

Nakup!" Sigaw ni Katy ng dumulas papasok ang matabang daliri ng lalaki sa loob niya. "Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..." Ungol ni Katy.



"Ooooohhhh tama na pooooo aaaaahhhhhhh maiihi po aaaakkkkkk... aaaaahhhhhh." pigil ni Katy na nagbabadyang pakiramdam.


Bumitaw ang kamay nito na nasa dibdib ng dalaga ngunit itinutok ng lalaki ang daliri niya na nasa loob ng puki ng bata pataas at ng makanti nito ang mala bulak ng laman ay walang awa nitong kiniskis ang loob ng puki ng bata.



"AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!"

Napasigaw si Katy ng tuluyang pumutok animoy bola ng laman sa loob niya at napa-iri ang bata ng umagos ang kakaibang sarap na nagmula sa loob ng kanyang katawan.



"Ooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..."


lumulutang ang pakiramdam ng bata habang patuloy pa rin ang init na nararamdaman nito.


"Masarap ba?" Tanong na lalaki.

Hindi makadilat sa sarap si Katy ngunit alam niya ang boses na iyon ay boses ng kanyang amain na si Chris.

"Oh mmmm." Tango na lang ni Katy habang pinakikiramdaman ang katawan na sige parin ang daloy ng kuryente sa katawan niya.
Yumuko si Chris na tinignan ang ari na nila nilabasan na sa kanyang shorts. Mabilis na tumayo ito ay nagtungo ng cr para maglinis at iniwanan naman ang bata para maka-recover.



Nang dumating sina Claire at Alfred ay parang walang ng nangyari sa dalawa. Masayang masaya si Katy na may kakaibang sigla samantalang si Chris ay medyo maingat naman dahil sa nangyari.

Halos gabi-gabi naglalaro ang batang si Katy at minsan ay pasinungaling na kuwento nito sa bestfriend niya na nakapagsex na siya ngunit hindi niya binanggit kung kanino.


Makaraan ang isang linggo ay dumating na naman ang araw ng appointment ni Claire. Nag-excuse si Katy na masakit ulo nito para makasama sa ina nito ngunit maagang umalis sina Claire at Alfred.

"Ay naka-aalis na sila?" Inis na sabi ni Katy sa amain. Pinoy Sex Stories at www.kanlungan09.blogspot.com


"Kanina pa sila umalis." Sabi naman ni Chris. Dumiretso si Katy sa kanyang kuwarto at myamaya lang ay naisipan nitong pumunta sa silid ni Alfred at tama nga ang kanyang hinala, merong bagong bold DVD si Alfred.
Ng una ay may takot na pumasok sa isip ni Katy ng maalaala ang ginawa sa kanya ng kanyang amain.

"Hmmmmmm" May kung anong kapilyahan ang pumasok sa isipan ng bata.



Pumunta ito sa silid nila Chris na tama naman na nagbabasa ng pocketbook. "To, meron bagong dvd si Alfred pwede panuorin natin?" Subok ni Katy kung papayagan siya ng amain.


"Ha? Ikaw talaga bata ka." Sagot ni Chris, siya naman dismaya ni Katy. "O sige salang mo." Sunod ni Chris na biglang ikinagulat ng bata.


Pagkatapos i-play ni Katy ay nagpaalam ito sa amain. "Magbibihis lang po ako." Paalam ng bata upang palitan ang uniporme nito. Nagsisimula ng manuod ni Chris ng dumating si Katy.


Minasdan ni Katy ang lalaki kung nagmamasturbate na ito, ngunit nanatiling nakaupo at nanunuod si Chris.


Kitang kita ni Katy kung paano lumabas pasok ang ang ari ng lalaki sa loob ng puki ng kapareha.


"Wow grabe..." Usal ni Katy. Napangisi lang si Chris.


"Hindi ka ba uupo?" Tanong ng lalaki sa nakatayong anak-anakan.

Napangisi bigla si Katy at lumapit sa kinauuupuan niya. Nagulat na lang ito ng kumandong sa kanya ang dalaga.

"Katy?" Sabi ni Chris ng maupuan ng bata ang matigas niyang ari.


Bumilis ang kabog ng dibdib ni Katy habang nakakandong ito sa asawa ng ina. Hindi makapag-concentrate si Chris sa pinapanuod habang ang bata ay nakakandong sa kanya.


Saglit ay tumahimik ang dalawa at pinanuod nila ang lalaking artista habang kinakain nito ang puki ng kapareha. Unti-unti ay gumagapang ang kamay ni Chris sa pagitan ng hita ng bata papasok sa shorts at panty nito.

Patay malisya ang bata na patuloy sa panunuod.

"Basa na sya agad." Bulong ni Chris sa sarili nag matumbok ng daliri nito ang hiwa ng bata.

Naramdaman ni Katy na kumislot ang titi ni Chris na parang isdang kumakawala.


"Hmmmmmm." Mahinang ungol ni Katy habang labas pasok ang daliri ng amain sa puki niya habang tigas na tigas naman si Chris sa ginagawa niyang pagfinger sa anak-anakan.


Hindi nakatiis si Chris at bumulong ito sa bata. "Ibaba natin shorts mo ha." Maamong sabi ni Chris. Sige naman ang bata ng walang tutol.


Tumayo ito ay ibinaba ang shorts at panty. Nanlaki ang mata ni Chris ng makita ang mabilog na pisngi ng puwit ng bata. Sinabayan ni Chris ang bata at mabilis nitong naibaba ang shorts.


Nagulat na lang si Katy ng bumalik ito sa pagkakandong ng dumulas sa pagitan ng hita niya ang ari ng lalaki.


Lalu pang lumakas ang kabog ng dibdib ng bata ngunit naramdaman din niya kung gaano kasarap ang init ng laman na iyon na ginagawa sa singit niya. Marahang itinaas baba ni Chris ang balakang ay malayang dumulas ito sa basang singit ng bata. "Ay! Hi hi hi..."



Nagulat si Katy ng tinangkang hawakan nito ang ulo ng titi ni Chris. "He he he baka tuklawin ka nyan." Biro ni Chris.


"Ooooh grabe basang basa ka na." Sabi ni Chris na halos naghahalo na ang katas ng puki ng bata at pre-cum na lumalabas sa butas ng ari niya. Muli ay napako ang paningin nila sa tv screen habang sinasabayan ang magkapareha duon.



FUCK MEEE... OOOHHH YES... AAAHHHHHH... MY... FUCK MEEEEE... AAAAHHHH!


Sabi ng babae sa eksena habang kinakantot siya ng lalaki. "Ikaw gusto mo bang matikman ang ganyan tulad ng ginagawa ng mga kaibigan mo?"

Tukso ni Chris sa bata na parang ineenganyo ito. "Po? Eh... kanino po?" Lansi ng bata.


"Eh di tayong dalawa, mas masarap pa sa ginawa natin nuong nakaraan." Buyo ni Chris sa bata. Matagal naghintay ng tugon si Chris ngunit sige sa panunuod ang bata.



OHHHHH YESSSSS... AAAAHHHHHH... AAAAAHHHHHHHH... FEELS SOOOO GOOOOOOD!


Napayuko si Katy at tumingin sa bilog na bilog na ulo ng ari ni Chris sa pagitan ng kanyang hita. Kinabahan ang bata ngunit nagiisip ito maigi sa gagawin.


DAMN AAAAAAAAAHHHHHH... FUCKING GOOOOOD... AAAHHHHHHHHHH!

"Dahan dahan lang po tito." Sabi ni Katy.


"Ha?" Sagot ni Chris na parang hindi naintindihan ang ibig sabihin ng bata. "Masakit daw po sabi nila, kaya dahan dahan lang po ha." Mahinang sabi ng bata.


"Sige dadahan-dahanin ko, higa ka na." Sabi ni Chris. Pagkahiga ng bata at kinuha ni Chris ang KY lubricant sa drawer at pinhiran ang ari nito at ang lagusan ng bata.



Pumuwesto si Chris sa pagitan ng hita ng bata at itinutok ang ulo ng titi nito sa biyak ng bata. Napapikit si Katy ng maramdaman niya ang ulo ng titi ni Chris sa bukana ng kanyang puki.


Umusod ng kaunti si Chris at nanigas ang katawan ni Katy. Pakiramdam ng bata ay parang nahahati ang laman niya habang ang ulo ng titi ni Chris ay unti-unting bumabaon sa masikip niyang lagusan.

"

Nnnnnnnnnnn..." Kagat labi na ungol ni Katy at napahawak ito sa braso ng amain.



Parehong kumakabog ang kanilang dibdib habang magkapatong ang dalawa.

"Aaaahhh." Nakahinga ng maluwag si Katy ng bunutin ni Chris ang titi nito.


"Isa pa."

Sabi ni Chris at muling nanigas ang katawan ni Katy habang patuloy sa pagbaon ng ulo ng titi ni Chris.

May ilang kislap ng ilaw sa isip si Katy ng maramdaman niyang humapdi ang kanyang kalamnan.

"Arrrraaaaayyyyy..." Mahabang ungol ni Katy.


"Isa pa malapit na." Anunsyo ni Chris sa bata.


Pilit na nilalabanan ni Katy ang sakit at hapdi na nararamdaman niya habang napupunit ang kanyang kaselanan.


Pakiramdam ni Katy ay nabilaukan ang loob niya ng isang lobo habang rumaragasa ang naghalong hapdi at kakaibang sarap.


"Pakiramdam ng kinamamot na sugat. Kahit masakita at masarap naman." Bulong ni Katy sa sarili.


"Aaaaaaahhhhhh."
Nasira ang konsentrasyon ni Katy sa ungol ni Chris.

"Hindi muna ako gagalaw para hindi ka masaktan.


Nagpalipas si Chris ng dalawang minuto at hindi inaasahang lumambot ang ari niya sa sobrang concentration.
"Hindi na po masakit."


Sambit ni Katy at biglang natauhan si Chris.

Gumalaw si Chris at nagsimulang kumadyot kahit malambot pa ang titi nito.

"Ano masakit pa?" Tanong ni Chris habang kinakantot nya ang bata.

"Hin... Hindi na po." Sagot ni Katy habang pinakikiramdaman ang sarili.


Unti-unti ay pareho nilang nararamdaman ang pagtigas ng titi.

"Aaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh." ungol ni Chris, dama nito ang masikip na lagusan ng bata.



"Mmmmmmmmmm." ungol ni Katy habang napapatirik ang mata nito sa hindi maintindihang sarap habang labas pasok ang ari ng asawa ng ina niya sa puki nya.


"Aaaaahhhh Katy, aaaaahhhhhhh" ungol pa ni Chris.



Itinaas ni Chris ang t-shirt ng bata at sininulang dakmain ang 34C na suso ng bata na nagpaungol lalo sa bata.



"Aaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh..." Kahit masakit ay nananaig pa rin ang sarap.


"Ooooohhhh Katy, mmmmmmmmp, aaahhhhhhhhhh"


Gigil na gigil si Chris sa kalibugan nya sa bata. Naramdaman muli ni Katy ang bola ng laman na nagsisimulang mabuo sa loob niya.

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"Aaahhh aaaahhh aaaaahhh aaaaahhh oooohhhhh."
Sunod sunod na ungol ni Katy kasabay ng bawat pagpasok ng titi ni Chris sa loob niya.


Pilit pinipigil ni Chris ang nagbabadyang katapusan habang nilalasap ang bawat sulong at hugot ng kanyang tigas na tigas na burat.

Dahil baon na baon ang bawat kadyot ni Chris ay nasusundot ng ulo nito ang kaloob-looban ng puki ng bata parang bolang gumugulong ay nanigas ang buong katawan ni Katy sa pagsabog ng kanyang katas.


"Titooooo aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh."

Napasigaw si Katy ng makanti ng titi ni Chris ang loob ni Katy at bumigay ang katas nito.


"Aaaaaahhhhhmmmmmmm..." ungol ng bata habang nararamdaman ni Chris ang pagdulas ng lagusan.



Naramdaman din ni Chris ang saglit na panginginig ng katawan ng bata.





"Aaaaaahhhhhhhh ayaaan, aaaaahhhhhhh.

Masarap ba Katy?" tanong ni Chris sa bata ngunit bago pa makasagot ang bata ay naramdaman niya ang pagkislot ng laman niya.



Agad ay binunot ni Chris ari nito ay sabay putok ng tamod nito sa pisngi ng puki ng bata.
"Aaaahhhh mainit." reklamo ng bata, punong puno ng puting tamod ang hiyas ng bata.




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          A history of qualifying shocks   
Following Ghana's unlikely 6-1 victory over Egypt on the road to Brazil 2014, FIFA.com looks back at some of the most surprising qualifying scorelines in FIFA World Cup™ history.
          Big guns sign off in style   
Congo DR, Benin, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Egypt and Mali all picked up important wins to help their bids to reach South Africa 2010.
          Ghana and Guinea go top   
In the latest FIFA World Cup qualifying action in Africa, Ghana and Guinea each moved to the top of their respective group after winning at home.

          Comedy In Ghana: Laughline Return To Silverbird After Going Global   
Laughline is a monthly comedy show which happens on the first Saturday of every month.
          Podcast404: Learning About the Textile Industry Through Object-Based Global Exchange   
This podcast is an interview with Branson Skinner and Liz Ricketts, founders of theOR.org and a global exchange framework which helps students learn about the textile industry, sustainable textile production, and a host of global literacy issues through the object-based curriculum TheseThingsTakeTime. This interview was recorded in Washington D.C. on June 15, 2013, at the Connections Conference hosted by the Sidwell Friends School. At Sidwell Friends, this initiative has been the focus of 6th grade “service learning” projects the past two years. According to Branson and Liz’ website, “Our object exchange project creates a microcosm of global trade for education. Participants begin by designing and creating an item for someone else, somewhere else. Each person is partnered with a peer across borders through the exchange of their items. Not only does the exchange serve as a creative outlet to foster empathy, but it also represents a gateway to building relationships. ‘Those people’ found in textbooks and news reports become ‘the person I know.’ This shows the incomplete nature of stereotypes and encourages participants to consider global perspectives. In addition to fostering relationships, participants examine the resources they use in creating the objects they exchange. Working with natural dyes made from school lunches, organic cotton and fabric scraps from local designers, participants can examine the full lifecycle of the things they use everyday. Different ways that resources are used in each location add to what participants can learn from one another.” This project presents wonderful opportunities for students and teachers to engage in interdisciplinary studies. It also provides concrete ways to learn about the complexities involved in the textile industry as well as our globalized economic supply chains. By connecting students in the United States to students in Ghana, and exchanging textile products the students have created for each other (scarves) the project provides powerful opportunities for students to learn about global issues in individual, personal ways which impacts the perceptions and pre-existing stereotypes which students from different cultures have of each other. Visit theor.org for more information and ideas about getting your own students involved in this object-based global exchange project.
          Le cardinal Turkson souhaite que l'on "ferme le robinet" de l'immigration   
Le cardinal ghanéen Peter Turkson, qui préside un vaste ministère du Vatican, juge souhaitable de "fermer le robinet" de l'immigration en
          Varsity graduate salvages West Africa’s youth from terrorism   
From RUSSEL ADADEVOH IN Accra, Ghana ACCRA, (CAJ News) – AT a time governments across the world are battling the escalation of terrorism and violent extremism, a Ghanaian youth has managed to save more than 20 radicalised youngsters, including a despondent young man’s life a day before he was to join the vicious Islamic State […]
          Prediksi Bola Jitu Amerika Serikat Vs Ghana 02 Juli 2017   
Pasbola.com – Prediksi Bola Jitu Amerika Serikat Vs Ghana 02 Juli 2017, Prediksi Amerika Serikat Vs Ghana 02 Juli 2017, Prediksi Skor Amerika Serikat Vs Ghana, Bursa Taruhan Amerika Serikat Vs Ghana, Prediksi Bola Amerika Serikat Vs Ghana, Laga dan pertemuan mereka ini nanti akan dilaksanakan pada 03:45 dini hari WIB. Sejumlah laga dan pertandinga memang masih […]
          Arena looking for answers vs. Ghana   
Taylor Twellman believes Bruce Arena is more interested in evaluating his players than playing for a win against Ghana.
          Playing for United States 'much bigger' than playing for Israel - Kenny Saief   
USMNT goalkeeper Brad Guzan and defender Omar Gonzalez join SportsCenter to preview their friendly vs. Ghana. Brad Guzan praises the impact teenage star Christian Pulisic has had on the United States national team. Omar Gonzalez tells all to ESPN about what his move to Pachuca entailed and the comparisons of Liga MX to MLS. Toni Collins and Randy Scott test their soccer skills on the SportsCenter set with USMNT's Omar Gonzalez and Brad Guzan. United States defender Omar Gonzalez previews the Americans' clash with familiar foe Ghana. Jeff Carlisle breaks down the budding, yet unexpected rivalry between the United States and Ghana. EAST HARTFORD, Connecticut -- Kenny Saief said there is a simple reason why he switched his international allegiance from Israel to the U.S. "I was born [in the U.S.], and I feel like I belong to this place," he said ahead of Saturday's friendly against Ghana. Saief was born in Panama City, Florida, to Israeli parents. He and his family moved back to Israel when he was three, and as his soccer talent grew, he represented Israel at various youth levels. He even played in two friendlies at senior...
          United States has long road ahead before World Cup - Bruce Arena   
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          Comment on “In wildness is the preservation of the world.” by katry   
Bob, Whenever we camped outside it was in tents, but mostly we just stayed at the camp, inside the camp. I went to day camp a couple of times. I really enjoyed it. I loved all the activities and the crafts, and that was where I learned to swim. I haven't ever been bothered by bugs or even snakes. If I had been, Ghana would have been a nightmare. 77˚ was the high today. It has been a wonderful day.
          Africa needs dependable work force – ADDO   
By AARON CHIYANZO AFRICA needs to start adding value to human capital through an education system that provides every child with the skills to realise their full potential, says Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. And President Akufo-Addo has says Africa’s problems were largely as a result of the failure of leaders and that all...
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          OTRS 71 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 30 “MORE MUSIC OF AFRICA”   
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 30 John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “MORE MUSIC OF AFRICA”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old … Continue reading
          Sat Jul 1st Todays News   
Some things should not happen, but they do. 



In 69, Tiberius Julius Alexander ordered his Roman legions in Alexandria to swear allegiance to Vespasian as Emperor. 552, Battle of TaginaeByzantine forces under Narses defeated the Ostrogoths in Italy. During the fightings king Totila was mortally wounded. 1097, Battle of DorylaeumCrusaders led by prince Bohemond of Taranto defeated a Seljuk army led by sultan Kilij Arslan I. 1431, the Battle of La Higueruela took place in Granada, leading to a modest advance of the Kingdom of Castile during the Reconquista.

In 1523, Johann Esch and Heinrich Voes became the first Lutheran martyrs, burned at the stake by Roman Catholic authorities in Brussels. They were Augustinian monks. Others from their monastery had recanted. These refused.  1569, Union of Lublin: The Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania confirmed a real union; the united country is called the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth or the Republic of Both Nations. 1643, first meeting of the Westminster Assembly, a council of theologians ("divines") and members of the Parliament of England appointed to restructure the Church of England, at Westminster Abbey in London. 1690, Glorious RevolutionBattle of the Boyne in Ireland (as reckoned under the Julian calendar). 1766, Jean-François de la Barre, a young French nobleman, was tortured and beheaded before his body was burnt on a pyre along with a copy of Voltaire's Dictionnaire philosophique nailed to his torso for the crime of not saluting a Roman Catholic religious procession in AbbevilleFrance. It sounds excessive, but he was a protestant. 1770, Lexell's Comet passed closer to the Earth than any other comet in recorded history, approaching to a distance of 0.0146 a.u. 1782, Raid on Lunenburg: American privateers attacked the British settlement of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

In 1837, a system of civil registration of births, marriages and deaths was established in England and Wales. 1855, signing of the Quinault Treaty: The Quinault and the Quileute ceded their land to the United States. 1858, joint reading of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace's papers on evolution to the Linnean Society in London. 1862, The Russian State Library was founded as The Library of the Moscow Public Museum. Also 1862, Princess Alice of the United Kingdom, second daughter of Queen Victoria, married Prince Louis of Hesse, the future Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse. Also 1862, American Civil War: The Battle of Malvern Hill took place. It is the final battle in the Seven Days Campaign, part of George B. McClellan's Peninsula Campaign. 1863, Keti Koti (Emancipation Day) in Suriname, marked the abolition of slavery by the Netherlands. Also, American Civil War: The Battle of Gettysburg began. 1867, the British North America Act of 1867 took effect as the Constitution of Canada, creating the Canadian Confederation and the federal dominion of Canada; Sir John A. Macdonald was sworn in as the first Prime Minister of Canada. This date was commemorated annually in Canada as Canada Day, a national holiday.

In 1870, the United States Department of Justice formally came into existence. 1873, Prince Edward Island joined the Canadian Confederation. 1874, the Sholes and Glidden typewriter, the first commercially successful typewriter, went on sale. 1878, Canada joined the Universal Postal Union. 1879, Charles Taze Russell published the first edition of the religious magazine The Watchtower. 1881, the world's first international telephone call was made between St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada, and Calais, Maine, United States. Also 1881, General Order 70, the culmination of the Cardwell and Childers reforms of the British Army, came into effect. 1885, the United States terminated reciprocity and fishery agreement with Canada. 1890, Canada and Bermuda were linked by telegraph cable. 1898, Spanish–American War: The Battle of San Juan Hill was fought in Santiago de Cuba.

In 1903, start of first Tour de France bicycle race. 1908, SOS was adopted as the international distress signal. 1911, Germany despatched the gunship Panther to Morocco, sparking the Agadir Crisis. 1915, Leutnant Kurt Wintgens of the then-named German Fliegertruppe air service achieved the first known aerial victory with a synchronized machine-gun armed fighter plane, the Fokker M.5K/MG Eindecker. 1916, World War IFirst day on the Somme: On the first day of the Battle of the Somme 19,000 soldiers of the British Army were killed and 40,000 wounded. 1921, the Communist Party of China was founded. 1922, the Great Railroad Strike of 1922 began in the United States. 1923, the Canadian Parliament suspended all Chinese immigration. 1931, United Airlines began service (as Boeing Air Transport). 1932, Australia's national broadcaster, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, was formed. 1935, Regina, Saskatchewan police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police ambushed strikers participating in the On-to-Ottawa Trek.

In 1942, World War IIFirst Battle of El Alamein. Also 1942, the Australian Federal Government became the sole collector of income tax in Australia as State Income Tax was abolished. 1943, Tokyo City merged with Tokyo Prefecture and was dissolved. Since this date, no city in Japan has the name "Tokyo" (present-day Tokyo is not officially a city). 1947, the Philippine Air Force was established. 1948, Muhammad Ali Jinnah (Quaid-i-Azam) inaugurated Pakistan's central bank, the State Bank of Pakistan. 1949, the merger of two princely states of India, Cochin and Travancore, into the state of Thiru-Kochi (later re-organized as Kerala) in the Indian Union ended more than 1,000 years of princely rule by the Cochin Royal Family. 1957, the International Geophysical Year began. 1958, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation linked television broadcasting across Canada via microwave. Also 1958, flooding of Canada's St. Lawrence Seaway began. 1959, the Party of the African Federation held its constitutive conference. Also 1959, specific values for the international yardavoirdupois pound and derived units (e.g. inch, mile and ounce) were adopted after agreement between the U.S.A., the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries.

In 1960, independence of Somalia. Also 1960, Ghana became a Republic and Kwame Nkrumah became its first President as Queen Elizabeth II ceased to be its Head of state. 1962, independence of Rwanda. Also 1962, independence of Burundi. 1963, ZIP codes were introduced for United States mail. Also 1963, the British Government admitted that former diplomat Kim Philby had worked as a Soviet agent. 1966, the first color television transmission in Canada took place from Toronto. 1967, the European Community was formally created out of a merger with the Common Market, the European Coal and Steel Community, and the European Atomic Energy Commission. Also 1967, Canada celebrated the 100th anniversary of the British North America Act, 1867, which officially made Canada its own federal dominion. 1968, the United States Central Intelligence Agency's Phoenix Program was officially established. Also 1968, the Nuclear non-proliferation treaty was signed in Washington, D.C., London and Moscow by sixty-two countries. Also 1968, formal separation of the United Auto Workers from the AFL–CIO in the United States. 1970, President General Yahya Khan abolished One-Unit of West Pakistan restoring the provinces. 1972, the first Gay Pride march in England took place. 1976, Portugal granted autonomy to Madeira. 1978, the Northern Territory in Australia was granted Self-Government. 1979, Sony introduced the Walkman.

In 1980, "O Canada" officially became the national anthem of Canada. 1981, the Wonderland murders occurred in the early morning hours in Los Angeles, allegedly masterminded by businessman and drug dealer Eddie Nash. 1983, a North Korean Ilyushin Il-62M jet en route to Conakry Airport in Guinea crashed into the Fouta Djallon mountains in Guinea-Bissau, killing all 23 people on board. 1984, the PG-13 rating was introduced by the MPAA. 1987, the American radio station WFAN in New York, New York was launched as the world's first all-sports radio station. 1990, German reunificationEast Germany accepted the Deutsche Mark as its currency, thus uniting the economies of East and West Germany. 1991, the Warsaw Pact was officially dissolved at a meeting in Prague. 1997, China resumed sovereignty over the city-state of Hong Kong, ending 156 years of British colonial rule. 1999, the Scottish Parliament was officially opened by Elizabeth II on the day that legislative powers were officially transferred from the old Scottish Office in London to the new devolved Scottish Executive in Edinburgh.

In 2002, the International Criminal Court was established to prosecute individuals for genocidecrimes against humanitywar crimes, and the crime of aggression. Also 2002, Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937 and a DHL (German cargo) Boeing 757 collided in mid-air over Überlingen, southern Germany, killing all 71 on board. 2003, over 500,000 people protested against efforts to pass anti-sedition legislation in Hong Kong. 2004, Saturn orbit insertion of Cassini–Huygens began at 01:12 UTC and ends at 02:48 UTC. 2006, the first operation of Qinghai–Tibet Railway in China. 2007, the Concert for Diana was held at the new Wembley Stadium in London and broadcast in 140 countries. Also 2007, smoking in England was banned in all public indoor spaces. 2008, Rioting erupted in Mongolia in response to allegations of fraud surrounding the 2008 legislative elections. 2013, Croatia became the 28th member of the European Union. Also 2013, the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) began its operative peacekeeping mandate in Mali. Also 2013, Neptune's moon S/2004 N 1 was discovered.

I am very good and don't deserve the abuse given me. I created a video raising awareness of anti police feeling among western communities. I chose the senseless killing of Nicola Cotton, a Louisiana policewoman who joined post Katrina, to highlight the issue. I did this in order to get an income after having been illegally blacklisted from work in NSW for being a whistleblower. I have not done anything wrong. Local council appointees refused to endorse my work, so I did it for free. Youtube's Adsence refused to allow me to profit from their marketing it. Meanwhile, I am hostage to abysmal political leadership and hopeless journalists. My shopfront has opened on Facebook.


Here is a video I made Waltzing Matilda

I was asked to do a Banjo Patterson Poem. I thought I had done this, but I hadn't. This was made so as to tell the story, rather than sing the song.
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"Waltzing Matilda" is Australia's most widely known bush ballad. A country folk song, the song has been referred to as "the unofficial national anthem of Australia"
http://conservativeweasel.blogspot.com/2011/12/waltzing-matilda.html

Oh there once was a swagman camped in the billabongs,
Under the shade of a Coolibah tree;
And he sang as he looked at the old billy boiling
"Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me."


Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda, my darling.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.
Waltzing Matilda and leading a water-bag.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.


Up came the jumbuck to drink at the waterhole,
Up jumped the swagman and grabbed him with glee;
And he sang as he put him away in his tucker-bag,
"Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me."


Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda, my darling.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.
Waltzing Matilda and leading a water-bag.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.


Up came the squatter a-riding his thoroughbred;
Up came the policeman - one, two, and three.
"Whose is the jumbuck you've got in the tucker-bag?
You'll come a-waltzing Matilda with we."


Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda, my darling.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.
Waltzing Matilda and leading a water-bag.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.


Up sprang the swagman and jumped into the waterhole,
Drowning himself by the Coolibah tree;
And his voice can be heard as it sings in the billabongs,
"Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me."


Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda, my darling.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.
Waltzing Matilda and leading a water-bag.
Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me.
Written 1895, first published as sheet music 1903.



=== from 2016 ===
 The political despatch of Boris Johnson, who had led the successful Brexit campaign, was as surprising as the success of the campaign. The Notting Hill set have eaten their own. David Cameron finally fell, having never managed to appear strongly conservative. But his stable mate of Gove had sided with Johnson as the face of Brexit, and then ripped support away from Johnson and denounced Johnson as being too identifiably the face of Brexit, and unable to unite the conservative party. In fairness, Gove could not unite the party either. Gove has ambition and ability, as does Theresa May. There are echoes of the Metherell affair in NSW when two friends, Terry Metherell and Nick Greiner ran afoul of political perfection and Greiner was subsequently unfairly forced to resign as Premier of NSW. One incompetent independent of the time who unfairly attacked Greiner was Tony Windsor. Windsor is still trying to hurt good conservative candidates. 

For some, at the moment, the Sex Party has more credibility.  
=== from 2015 ===
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation came into being on this day in 1932. It is a bureaucratic mess. But it isn't the worst mess on this day. In 1766, a young French nobleman, Jean-François de la Barre who was tortured and beheaded before his body was burned on a pyre. Also burned, pinned to his body, was a work of Voltaire. The crime the twenty year old man committed was said to be failing to bow to a religious procession, but the unpleasant truth is that he was a protestant in a catholic land. The ABC was created in the hope that the left leaning press in Australia would be balanced by state body which reported facts, not bias. The reality is that the ABC has never been balanced. 

Greece has defaulted on her IMF loan. Soon she will vote to approve or deny the imposition of austerity. But she has already done so, and her government ran on the lie that Greece didn't need austerity. Now the EU has a choice, but it isn't really a choice. Greece needs to be booted from the EU as a lesson in humility. It should never be the case that a nation employs people without paying them. The civilised world abhors slavery. 
From 2014
Today is an extraordinary day. The birthday of Semmelweis (1818) whose work as a physician gave rise to the legal term "Clean Hands". Or Dorothea Mackellar (1885) who beautifully described Australia in poetry. But for all the amazing wonderful things about today that I could point to, my mind is drawn to the infamous act of cowardice and butchery in which the three bodies of children of Israel were unearthed following their abduction. There is a cowardly dismissal of Middle East events involving Israel by those who do not know or care, that there is blood on both sides. But that is not the case. There is no analog for what Israel does that excuses this murder. It is inexcusable, and those who are responsible need to be brought to justice, and those who excuse should be discredited. 

Three boys went to a religious function and were on their way home when they were abducted. They were not warriors. Targeting them was an act of terror. One boy had been able to use his phone to let people know he had been abducted. That call was the last anyone heard him alive. It is not too hard to follow the mindset of the terrorists, but remarkably, one mother of one suspect has claimed she is proud of her son for doing it. I want religious authorities of the perpetrators to denounce the activity. If that mum has excused the activity, I want her discredited. Saddam Hussein had paid money to family of suicide bombers. If her people are serious about wanting peace, perhaps they will meet similar justice as was applied to Saddam. 

One imagines the terrorists alerted to the phone call told the boys that they would have to die and not merely be hostages because of it. They probably did their best to torture the boys, and blame them, before killing them. But the boys had done nothing wrong. Earlier this year, Obama had forced Israel to release terrorists who had killed, from jail for peace. No peace has been forthcoming from those terrorist supporters. One of the boys was a US citizen .. someone Obama has sworn an oath to protect and serve. But instead, the US President has paid US money to support a terrorist administration. Maybe Hamas will deny the activity, they have not yet, instead accusing Israel of overstating the crime. The UN cannot endorse this crime, and if they fail to act on it, they need to be dismantled. 

Three boys kidnapped, tortured and murdered by terrorists. Who dares support that? 

The incident is not isolated in Middle East terrorist history. The second intifada, which began after Bill Clinton embarrassed Arafat over a Monica Special cigar transformed a lynching of two Israeli security detail who had been illegally lured and detained by so called Palestinian authorities. This incident is on a par. A crime against humanity linked by successive Democrat party US Presidents. 
Historical perspective on this day
In 69, Tiberius Julius Alexander ordered his Roman legions in Alexandria to swear allegianceto Vespasian as Emperor. 552, Battle of TaginaeByzantine forces under Narses defeated the Ostrogoths in Italy. During the fightings king Totila was mortally wounded. 1097, Battle of DorylaeumCrusaders led by prince Bohemond of Taranto defeated a Seljuk army led by sultan Kilij Arslan I. 1431, the Battle of La Higueruela took place in Granada, leading to a modest advance of the Kingdom of Castile during the Reconquista.

In 1523, Johann Esch and Heinrich Voes became the first Lutheran martyrs, burned at the stake by Roman Catholic authorities in Brussels. 1569, Union of Lublin: The Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania confirmed a real union; the united country is called the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth or the Republic of Both Nations. 1643, first meeting of the Westminster Assembly, a council of theologians ("divines") and members of the Parliament of England appointed to restructure the Church of England, at Westminster Abbeyin London. 1690, Glorious RevolutionBattle of the Boyne in Ireland (as reckoned under the Julian calendar). 1766, Jean-François de la Barre, a young French nobleman, was torturedand beheaded before his body was burnt on a pyre along with a copy of Voltaire's Dictionnaire philosophique nailed to his torso for the crime of not saluting a Roman Catholic religious procession in AbbevilleFrance. 1770, Lexell's Comet passed closer to the Earth than any other comet in recorded history, approaching to a distance of 0.0146 a.u. 1782, Raid on Lunenburg: American privateers attacked the British settlement of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

In 1837, a system of civil registration of births, marriages and deaths was established in England and Wales. 1855, signing of the Quinault Treaty: The Quinault and the Quileute ceded their land to the United States. 1858, joint reading of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace's papers on evolution to the Linnean Society in London. 1862, The Russian State Library was founded as The Library of the Moscow Public Museum. Also 1862, Princess Alice of the United Kingdom, second daughter of Queen Victoria, married Prince Louis of Hesse, the future Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse. Also 1862, American Civil War: The Battle of Malvern Hill took place. It is the final battle in the Seven Days Campaign, part of George B. McClellan's Peninsula Campaign. 1863, Keti Koti (Emancipation Day) in Suriname, marked the abolition of slavery by the Netherlands. Also, American Civil War: The Battle of Gettysburgbegan. 1867, the British North America Act of 1867 took effect as the Constitution of Canada, creating the Canadian Confederation and the federal dominion of Canada; Sir John A. Macdonald was sworn in as the first Prime Minister of Canada. This date was commemorated annually in Canada as Canada Day, a national holiday.

In 1870, the United States Department of Justice formally came into existence. 1873, Prince Edward Island joined the Canadian Confederation. 1874, the Sholes and Glidden typewriter, the first commercially successful typewriter, went on sale. 1878, Canada joined the Universal Postal Union. 1879, Charles Taze Russell published the first edition of the religious magazine The Watchtower. 1881, the world's first international telephone call was made between St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada, and Calais, Maine, United States. Also 1881, General Order 70, the culmination of the Cardwell and Childers reforms of the British Army, came into effect. 1885, the United States terminated reciprocity and fishery agreement with Canada. 1890, Canada and Bermuda were linked by telegraph cable. 1898, Spanish–American War: The Battle of San Juan Hill was fought in Santiago de Cuba.

In 1903, start of first Tour de France bicycle race. 1908, SOS was adopted as the international distress signal. 1911, Germany despatched the gunship Panther to Morocco, sparking the Agadir Crisis. 1915, Leutnant Kurt Wintgens of the then-named German Fliegertruppe air service achieved the first known aerial victory with a synchronized machine-gun armed fighter plane, the Fokker M.5K/MG Eindecker. 1916, World War IFirst day on the Somme: On the first day of the Ba
           Meghan made a comment on Meghan’s challenge    
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Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast for Sat. June 24, 2017--Hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe
Listen to the Sat. June 24, 2017 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.

To hear the podcast of this program just click on the website below:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/panafricanjournal/2017/06/25/pan-african-journal-worldwide-radio-broadcast-1

The program features our regular PANW report with dispatches on a response by the Movement for Black Lives to an article questioning their presence in recent protest actions; the Syrian government has celebrated the Day of Al-Quds amid an escalation of fighting inside the country; there has been a sharp response in Ghana to statements by a former conservative president on the role of the nation's founder Dr. Kwame Nkrumah; and Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has spoken to young people inside the country emphasizing the need for national unity.

In the second hour we continue our monthlong focus on Black Music Month with a segment on Duke Ellington.

Finally we look at the situation in Yemen through a rebroadcast of a Global Research News Hour program on Yemen.

          Another Blessing of Immigration: Maryland Lawmen Shut Down Opioid Pill Mill Practice of Ghanaian Dr. Kofi Shaw-Taylor for being “Professionally Incompetent,” Keeping No Proper Records or Regular Hours, Leaving Prescriptions for Opioids for Patients He Hadn’t Even Seen…    
By “W”

"does not follow standards for practicing pain management and is professionally incompetent in regard to his pain management practices, especially his prescribing of opioids..."

Dr. Kofi Shaw-Taylor, MD | Baltimore, MD | Addiction Doctor [actually, he's a urologist!]

This morning’s Baltimore Sun includes a report about Maryland law enforcement closing the offices of “pain doctor” Kofi Shaw-Taylor. He’s been prescribing dangerous pain killers, etc. But try to find a photo of him. Turns out his medical degree is from the University of Ghana. I assume he is one of these “brightest” foreigners welcomed to the USSA (Union of Soviet States of America) on special immigrant visa. Maybe Kofi married an American. He may turn out to be another case study of what is wrong with immigration policies.

Vitals.com medical directory.

According to an emergency order from the state Board of Physicians suspending the medical license of Dr. Kofi Shaw-Taylor, he gave "excessively high" amounts of opioid painkillers to some patients, while prescribing others both opioids and drugs to curb opioid addiction at the same time.

The order said Shaw-Taylor, trained as a surgeon specializing in urology, didn't examine some patients but left prescriptions for them at his North Baltimore practice. The order also said he prescribed opioid painkillers to patients even if they tested positive for illicit drugs and gave prescriptions to patients after another doctor practicing in the office declined to.

Up to 70 patients a day could be waiting to see the doctor, who did not keep regular hours or proper records, the order said.

Shaw-Taylor "does not follow standards for practicing pain management and is professionally incompetent in regard to his pain management practices, especially his prescribing of opioids," reads the order signed May 9 and recently made available on the board website. [“Doctor's license suspended after state board said he over prescribed opioids,” by Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun, June 28, 2017, 7:37 p.m.]


          Fadilat Surah Al-Ikhlas   
Antara Fadilat Surah Al-Ikhlas
  • Dari Al-Muwatta', diriwayatkan oleh Abu Hurairah; Saya sedang berjalan dengan Rasulullah s.a.w, lalu baginda mendengar seseorang membaca surah al-Ikhlas. Baginda berkata, “Wajiblah.” Saya bertanya kepadanya, “Apa ya Rasulallah?” Baginda menjawab, “Syurga” (Wajiblah syurga bagi si pembaca itu).
  • Sabda Rasulullah SAW: “ Barangsiapa yang membaca surah Al-Ikhlas, maka seakan-akan dia telah membaca satu pertiga Al-Qur'an”. ( Hadith Riwayat Ahmad dan An Nasai ).
  • Dari Abu Hurairah r.a. - Rasulullah SAW bersabda : "Barangsiapa membaca 'Qulhuallah (sehingga akhir ayat), maka seolah-olah dia telah membaca sepertiga Al-Qur'an"
  • “Barangsiapa yang membaca surah Al-Ikhlas tiga kali, maka seakan-akan dia telah membaca Al-quran seluruhnya”. ( Hadith Riwayat Al’ugaili dan Rajaa Al Ghanawy )
  • “Barangsiapa yang membaca surah Al-Ikhlas sebelas kali, Allah SWT membangunkan rumah untuknya di syurga.." ( Hadith Riwayat Ahmad dan Muadz bin Aras )
  • Dari Ubay Ibn Ka'ab - Rasulullah SAW bersabda: "Barangsiapa membaca Surah Al-Ikhlas satu kali, maka Allah SWT menganugerahkan kepadanya pahala seorang yang beriman kepada Allah SWT, MalaikatNya, Kitab-KitabNya dan Rasul-RasulNya, dan Dia menganugerahkan kepadanya - dari - pahala seperti pahala syuhada"
  • "Ketika aku (Rasulullah SAW) israq ke langit, maka aku telah melihat Arasy di atas 360,000 sendi dan jarak jauh antara satu sendi ke satu sendi ialah 300,000 tahun perjalanan. Pada tiap-tiap sendi itu terdapat padang Sahara sebanyak 12,000 dan luasnya setiap satu padang Sahara itu seluas dari timur ke barat (masyrik ke maghrib) Pada setiap padang Sahara itu terdapat 80,000 malaikat yang mana kesemuanya membaca surah Al-Ikhlas. Setelah mereka selesai membaca surah tersebut, maka berkata mereka "Wahai Tuhan kami, sesungguhnya pahala dari bacaan kami ini, kami berikan kepada orang yang membaca Surah Al-Ikhlas baik ianya lelaki mahupun perempuan" (Riwayat Ibnu Abbas)
  • "Demi Allah yang jiwaku di tanganNya, sesungguhnya 'Qul Huwallahu Ahad" itu tertulis di sayap malaikan Jibrail A.S., 'Allahus Somad' itu tertulis di sayap Mikail A.S., 'Lam Yalid Walam Yuulad' tertulis pada sayap Malaikat Izrail A.S. 'Walam Yakullahu Kufwan Ahad' tertulis pada sayap Israfil a.s."

          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by I scored three goals in one game   
Miazga should start if he looks good in camp, he is going to be leaving after group stage so might as well get a long look and let others that are Prolly leaving get looks as well. Really don't see much difference in most of these players so play the ones who won't be around all tournament.
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by Trey   
Morris and Dwyer have underperformed all year. I can't remember how many times I have thought, "this is Agudelo's opportunity." Admittedly, he has scored 7 goals so perhaps he can get it going this tournament. Excited to see how McCarty handles himself. Hoping Acosta delivers, and honestly I think our strongest core are the defenders we've brought. Gonzo and Hedges? Lichaj finally getting some love, holy shit.
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by Lost in Space   
As long as Zusi & McCarty are not part of the starting XI it's fine. Preferably neither will see the field....but I'm fairly sure they will at some point. Personally I'd go with something more along the lines of.... —————Morris————— –Saief—-Agudelo—-Arriola– ———Acosta——Roldan——— Villafana–Besler–Hedges–Lichaj ——————Hamid—————–
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by Gary Page   
This is a meaningless home friendly ahead of a meaningless tournament. Why only one striker? I would go with a 4-3-3 or 4-4-2. Whatever, just go for the win and try to score a lot of goals. Even our C team should outclass two of our group stage opponents who will likely bunker in.
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by Beto   
---------------Dywer--------- ---Saief----Corona----Arriola- ---------Acosta----Roldan--- -Villafana-Besler-Gonz-Lichaj- -----------------Guzan-------------- subs: Miazga, Hamid, Morrow, McCarty, Hedges, Agudelo
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by Beto   
could not agree more. hoping the Nicaragua, Martinique games are slump busters for those two, but I don't think they deserve to be starting against ghana, panama or staying around for the ko rounds at this point.
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by antonnynoronha   
It's not that I do not like zusi, I just think his time is over, I think the same as beasley
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by antonnynoronha   
thanks whammmm
          Comment on Who Should the USMNT Start vs. Ghana? by whammmm   
I was just jokin with ya man, I know you don't like Zusi. Happy 4th!
           Stamps App Philippines (Lifestyle)   

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          M.Anifest Talks His Collaboration With Micasa #ReUp   
Ghanaian rapper M.anifest was on #TheReUp with M.anifest on Thursday (18 May). We had a chat about festivals he has performed in around the world, working with different artist and giving young acts a chance. He also told us some exclusive news about an upcoming collaboration with South Africa group Micasa and shooting the video in South Africa. …
          Roc Nation Signed Artiste Vic Mensa Affirms Manifest’s “No Where Cool”   
Victor Kwesi Mensah  better known by his stage name Vic Mensa, is a Ghanaian born American based rapper from Chicago, Illinois signed to Jayz’s music label ROC NATION . Vic Mensa took to twitter to endorse Manifest’s outstanding artistry on his recently released album titled “No Where Cool” “No Where Cool” was released a week ago at …
          DJ Jimmy Jatt (feat. M.anifest, Femi Kuti, Modenine & Navio) – The Greatest (Official Video)   
Award Winning Disc Jockey, DJ Jimmy Jatt finally premieres the Official Video for his smash hit hip hop single entitled “The Greatest”. He featured Ghana’s godMC, M.anifest, Femi Kuti, Modenine and Navio on this. An amazing visual for your viewing pleasure. Watch and drop your comment below.
          Comment on Juliet Ibrahim Reportedly In Dating Relationship With IceBerg Slim by Between Ghanaian Actress, Juliet Ibrahim And Her Killer Curves - SEPTIN911 Entertainment   
[…] has been romantically linked to Nigerian rapper, Iceberg Slim who returned from the United States of America to pursue a music […]
          Un Gioco Vecchio Come il Mondo   
Introduzione di John Perkins autore di "Confessioni di un sicario dell'economia"

In inglese sono gli Economic Hit Man, in italiano i Sicari dell’Economia, secondo la definizione coniata da John Perkins. Si tratta di consulenti lautamente retribuiti che hanno il compito di trasformare la modernizzazione dei paesi in via di sviluppo in un processo di indebitamento e di asservimento agli interessi delle grandi corporation internazionali.

Nella pratica, i sicari vengono inviati nei paesi del Terzo Mondo per convincere il governante di turno a servirsi di prestiti e fondi di istituzioni come Banca Mondiale e Fondo Monetario Internazionale. Fondi che vengono garantiti grazie a straordinarie (quanto false) previsioni di crescita economica stilate dagli stessi sicari.

I fondi verranno poi utilizzati per pagare servizi e infrastrutture per la maggior parte commissionati (e questo fa parte del contratto) a imprese americane. Il governo di quel paese non sa o non si cura dell’impossibilità di ripagare, quindi diventerà un eterno debitore degli Usa. In parole povere, una colonia dell'Impero.

I metodi con cui operano sono tra i più diversi e comprendono il falso in bilancio, il riciclaggio di denaro sporco, il pagamento di tangenti, le estorsioni. Qualora la “strategia economica” non risultasse sufficientemente persuasiva o il governante di turno si dimostrasse più ostico del previsto (come accaduto con Allende o Torrijos o Roldos), ecco entrare in scena un altro tipo di sicari: gli sciacalli della CIA.

Nel suo bestseller Perkins rivelava solo la punta dell’iceberg del mondo degli “agenti oscuri” dell’economia. Rispetto alla sua testimonianza diretta, la rete di corruzione è assai più profonda, fosca e ramificata. Si tratta di un network spietato che viene riassunto nella sua tragica interezza in Un gioco vecchio come il mondo dove ogni capitolo fornisce esempi concreti dell’azione dei sicari dell’economia: funzionari di banche offshore che nascondono centinaia di milioni di dollari di denaro rubato, consiglieri del FMI che operano per distruggere i programmi scolastici e sanitari in Ghana, mercenari che difendono le compagnie petrolifere europee in Nigeria, consulenti americani che riscrivono la legge irachena sulle esportazioni petrolifere, manager che finanziano i signori della guerra congolesi affinché assicurino loro la gestione del coltan necessario per i nostri computer, cellulari e playstation...


          USA – Ghana 01.07.2017, Freundschaftsspiel   
USA – Ghana / Freundschaftsspiel – Die Teams werden sicher nicht mit ihrem stärksten Spielerkader auftreten. Die Amerikaner spielten vor kurzem zwei wichtige WM-Qualifikationsspiele, die ihre besten Spieler mit einem Sieg und einem Remis beenden konnten. Jetzt werden sie sich
          Commentaires sur Ghana: Asamoah Gyan retrace le «film» de la noyade de l’artiste Castro et décline toute responsabilité par doumbinho72   
Ne te fais pas de soucie mon frère c'est le createur lui meme qui a reprit sa creature que son ame repose en paix.
          I Didn’t Kill Kutu Achaempong – Major Mahama’s Father Denies Rumours He Was Part Of The 1979 Firing Squad   
Father of the late Major Maxwell Mahama, Capt Dennis Mahama, has come out emphatically deny rumours that he was part of the firing squad that killed former President Ignatius Kutu Achaempong in 1979. Called to respond to allegations on his involvement in the firing squad which killed the late head of State, Mahama categorically denied any involvement.(...)Read the rest of I Didn’t Kill Kutu Achaempong – Major Mahama’s Father Denies Rumours He Was Part Of The 1979 Firing Squad (118 words) © godwin1 for Ghanacelebrities.com, 2017. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags: Denkyira-Obuasi, Dennis Mahama,
          Black Stars Players And The Cars They Drive (VIDEO)   
Players of the Ghana Black Stars make huge winning bonuses every time they play for us, and earn even more in their European clubs week after week. So when it comes to the cars they drive, they aren’t doing too bad.(...)Read the rest of Black Stars Players And The Cars They Drive (VIDEO) (31 words) © godwin1 for Ghanacelebrities.com, 2017. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags: Black stars, Daniel Amartey Feed enhanced by Better Feed from Ozh
          AUDIO: I’ll Only Be Able To Win Elections When Ghanaians Start Using Their Brains   
‘Controversial’ and loud mouthed politician Kofi Wayo has minced no words in laying out the conditions under which he thinks he can become President in this country. According to the founder of the United Ressaicance Party (URP), he can only become President once Ghanaians wise up and start voting for politicians who actually have their best interests at heart.(...)Read the rest of AUDIO: I’ll Only Be Able To Win Elections When Ghanaians Start Using Their Brains (38 words) © godwin1 for Ghanacelebrities.com, 2017. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags: Kofi Wayo, NDC, Npp Feed enhanced
          Ms ‘Seductress’ — Ebony Goes ‘Wild And Colourful’ (PHOTOS)   
Hot seductress and certified dancehall star, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, aka Ebony, is ‘shocking fans’ on social media today as she goes in a different direction. The ‘Poison’ hitmaker is going ‘wild and colourful’ in her latest photo upload.(...)Read the rest of Ms ‘Seductress’ — Ebony Goes ‘Wild And Colourful’ (PHOTOS) (18 words) (...)Read the rest of Ms ‘Seductress’ — Ebony Goes ‘Wild And Colourful’ (PHOTOS) (18 words) © godwin1 for Ghanacelebrities.com, 2017. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags: EBONY Feed enhanced by Better Feed from Ozh
          Gay Marriage Legalised In Germany After Parliamentary Vote   
A majority vote in the German parliament has led to the revision of the country’s marriage laws to include a partnership between two people of the same s*x. The vote ended with 393 MP’s voting for, 226 voting against and four MP’s abstaining.(...)Read the rest of Gay Marriage Legalised In Germany After Parliamentary Vote (72 words) © godwin1 for Ghanacelebrities.com, 2017. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags: Angela Merkel, Gay marriage, germany Feed enhanced by Better Feed from Ozh
          BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES   
FRANCHISING OF RESULTS Arumanis
Currently there are many food stalls that sell snacks from different parts of the region of Indonesia. However, there are only one or two snacks that are difficult to find, including Arumanis.

Foods made from raw sugar which is often called cotton sugar is only there in a celebration or a festive night market. Difficulty finding Arumanis on ordinary days Arumanis Rainbow deem this as a business opportunity.

Arumanis foods are short-lived. Not because of stale, but the quality of cotton would be reduced if allowed to Arumanis exposed to the wind. Therefore Arumanis Rainbow pack their products in an airtight container. This Arumanis can stand up to a month in air-conditioned room, the word Prana Mangun W., founder of the Rainbow franchise Arumanis.

Rainbow franchise owner Arumanis others, Erika Hayu Puspita, says that products using safe ingredients, including coloring and taste. Special taste, we use the materials for ice cream.

Although founded in 2001, franchised new Arumanis slide in March 2010. Total outlets Arumanis management is currently managed as many as 19 Rainbow stores, spread out in Bogor, Jakarta, and Cibubur. However, while this location is still held his own in the Greater Jakarta area.

In addition to the region, currently has franchises spread across Lampung, Surabaya, and Medan. While the franchise in Bandung in the licensing process.

Arumanis Rainbow offers a profit sharing scheme. The calculation for the results of the negotiations depends on both parties. However, Prana said, typically the percentage of profit sharing with the owner or franchisee locations approximately 25%.

Prospective franchisees can find strategic locations to place his own booth, such as in shopping centers, schools, tourist attractions, and food stores. We will help the process of licensing, said the Heart.

Prospective franchisee to provide enough money to invest USD 20 million. This includes the procurement of capital Arumanis maker, four-booth displays, packaging tubes of small, medium, and large for Arumanis, initial raw materials, support equipment, production training, employee uniforms, as well as software sales.

With one machine, franchisees can sell Arumanis more than one booth. More booth, behind the calculation of capital will also be faster. Although the initial package was only given four booth displays, the franchisee may request additional. One booth USD 1 million, said the Heart. Franchise or royalty fees every year quotes.

Arumanis is sold in three sizes. Arumanis in a small tube for Rp 7500, the tube was USD 9000, and a large tube of Rp 11,000. There are five flavors available are original, bubble gum, orange, clouds, taste wine, and leaves.

Chairman of the Steering Board of Franchising and Licensing Indonesia Amir Karamoy said, the prospects for this franchise is good because this product kids love and adults. Especially if there are attractions making so that children are more interested. In addition, franchisees maintain absolute cleanliness considering its market is children.


RUPIAH roll of the fold ANEKA TEXTILE FABRIC
Raw materials business has always been a fairly profitable business fields. Position as an intermediary between sellers of raw materials by producers of materials so this was as a meeting point both sides producers in upstream and downstream sectors. This also applies to textile fabrics business players.

Plain fabric to target business people engaged in the garment and fashion industry. Although located in the middle, does not mean the money that rotates a half-half.

Bagyo Sotopo, Marketing Manager of PT Kusuma Clothing Mekarjaya (KSM) in Sleman, Yogyakarta, admitted could rake in revenue of USD 8 billion per month. In that period, KSM can produce a variety of fabrics up to 2 million meters.

Actually, this figure is lower than last year's turnover. Bagyo mention expensive fabric yarn prices as the cause. Yarn prices rose 25% this year. He gave an example, the price of rayon yarn types which last year was USD 5.2 million per bale, now a USD 5.8 million. In fact, CBO does not just sell the cloth, but the processing threads to be woven.

Although the yarn price rise, claims can not participate Bagyo increase the selling price of different fabrics. Men 52 years of consumer rate KSM, including batik crafters, will not be able to absorb it if the price is increased.

Companies that stood since 1989 was made of five types of cloth that is Rayon, Cotton, Tetoron, Tetoron Rayon (TR), and Tetoron Cotton (TC). Each type of fabric is divided again in different variants. KSM product prices within the range of Rp 3,000 to Rp 10,500 per meter.

Bagyo market the fabric to Solo, Pekalongan, Malang, Surabaya, Bandung and Tangerang. Buyers from Tangerang exporting our products to the Middle East.

Other fabric businessperson is Ayin. German cloth business owners in Pekalongan was plunged into the business fabric since 1995. He sold the cotton and silk fabrics. For cotton, he used to take it from Solo and Yogyakarta.

As for the silk, he picked up from importers who bring it from China. Because China's famous silk good quality.

Ayin cotton price of Rp 5,000 to Rp 10,000 per yard. While the price of silk USD 10,000 to USD 50,000.

There are 50 regular customers who are spread in Pekalongan Ayin, Pemalang, Tegal, Cirebon, Bandung, and Jakarta. There are also clients in Bali, Jambi, Palangkaraya, and Makassar.

Before Lebaran, its sales could be doubled twice. However, Ayin not willing to call certain numbers every month turnover.

Ayin just said, his business is a competitive constraint to offer the cheapest prices. While constraints Bagyo, in addition to rising prices of yarn, fabric products are competitive with China. In terms of quality, local products from China and there is no difference. But China's price of cloth can be more oblique. Labor costs and electricity costs us more expensive, said Bagyo.


Grow faster than INDIGO ORDINARY
Nila is one type of freshwater fish widely consumed by people in the country. Understandably, this sense of well-known fish meat is very tasty. Do not be surprised, if the demand for fish that actually comes from Africa continues to increase. This condition is seen as a promising business opportunity by the tilapia fish farmers.

In fact, in order to increase incomes, many farmers are trying to make marriage nila tilapia species which he cultivated. One of the pair inter-marriages between tilapia species, Tilapia SP. Results from this crossing of a new birth of indigo, which is Nila Gift.

Gift name itself comes from the acronym for Genetic Improvement of genetic improvement of farmed Tilapia aka Nila Tilapia aquaculture. This crossing technique developed by the International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) in the Philippines in 1987.

From the testing result, production levels Nila Gift higher 30% -50% of local tilapia. ICLARM pilot fish is then distributed to 10 countries in 1993, namely Bangladesh, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Greece, Ghana, India, Malawi, Thai, Vietnamese and Filipino.

Gift Nila new entry into Indonesia in 1994, through the Research Institute of Freshwater Fishes (Balitkanwar). Nila was then cultivated in three large reservoirs in West Java, namely Cirata, Saguling, and Jatiluhur. Current production of about 20 tons per day.

According to Helmi Suherman, owner of tilapia farming Brilliant Earth Farm in Cianjur, West Java, Nila Gift genetically proven to have the advantage of higher productivity and growth of tilapia diamonds.

According to Deddy Siswandi Rosyid, owner Niaga Jaya Abadi CV in Sukabumi, West Java, the cultivation of indigo with a time of faster growth will benefit the farmers. Deddy therefore also interested wrestle Nila Gift nursery business, namely the maintenance of fish larvae into the seed was about 21 days.

According to him, the demand for seed Nila Gift never lonely. He could sell one million fry per month. Demand comes from many areas, such as Medan, Balikpapan, Aceh and Makassar.

Deddy Nila Gift seed price USD 35 per head. From seed sales, he could reach turnover of Rp 30 million-USD 40 million per month. Margin is about 20% -30%.

In contrast to Deddy, Helmi was more interested in doing business Nila Gift enlargement. He cultivates this kind of indigo in Cirata, Cianjur. Every four months, he's harvest 8 tons of tilapia.

Nila Gift Helmi sell for Rp 11 500-Rp 12,000 per kilogram (kg). From this business, he scooped up turnover to $ 80 million once the harvest.

While Anastasia Sulistio choose undergoing Gift Nila distribution business. He marketed to a number of fishing places in the Greater Jakarta area. Supply from the Bogor area.

Anastasia Nila Gift for Rp 15,000 per kilogram. Saban months, he could supply the five tons of fish up to 6 tons. turnover of each month to reach USD 75 million with a profit margin of about 5% -10%.
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          Queen's Young Leaders: Three young Ghanaians awarded by Queen Elizabeth   
They are Elijah Amoo Addo, Winnifred Selby and Efua Asibon. The awards ceremony was held at Buckingham Palace and was attended by many personalities from the British royal family including Prince Harry.
          Ghana At 60: Government is jeopardising my business over refusal to pay me for work done - Moomen   
Moomen said that he fears his upcoming stage production may not hold since he has to deal with the huge debt he incurred while producing a play on behalf of the government.
          Small Engine Mechanic - Vaughan¨Power Equipment Inc. - Woodbridge, ON   
Our Brands we service are Echo, Toro, Husqvarna, Ferris, Walker, MTD, Briggs and Stratton, Craftsman etc. Experience is a must!...
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          Illinois agencies join Illinois REALTORS® in industry forum with Ghanaian delegation   
Real estate industry representatives and elected members of Parliament from the Republic of Ghana visited Chicago Wednesday to learn about how Illinois REALTORS® practice and regulate real estate in Illinois. They also learned how we work to promote Illinois and expand … Continue reading
          Comentario en Hotel PortAventura – Mansión de Lucy por Sara Palacios Ramos   
Nosotros estuvimos justo en el de al lado, el Callaghan´s y el Lucy me pareció una pasada. Realmente la distancia si eres adulto o niños mayores no se nota mucho, está muy cerca, yo creo que lo que marca la diferencia es más bien los niños muy pequeños o si tienes que llevar carrito. En ese caso entiendo que la distancia sí que tiene que hacerse un mundo porque está un poco en cuesta y llegas efectivamente agotada. En nuestro caso, que las niñas son mayores íbamos y veníamos alegremente. De hecho como lo habíamos hablado ¡pensaba que estaba más lejos incluso! . Una pasada el hotel, qué maravilla. El Callaghan es parecido, por cierto. Un poco menos espacio, pero por lo demás bastante parecido. o sé cuánto será la diferencia de precio
          Feed resource availability and fodder markets in northern Ghana   

Poster prepared by Konlan S.P., Ayantunde A.A., Addah W., Dei H.K. and Panyan E.K. for the Africa RISING West Africa Review and Planning Meeting, Accra, 1-2 February 2017
          Pop-ups in London - 30th June - 7th July 2017   
The Death's Door Dive Bar - Gindependence Day - in Hackney - 30th & 1st

This week's new listings in red

Food & Drink

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* Adam Simmonds' The Test Kitchen Pop-up Restaurant on Frith Street, Soho - Mon-Sat
* Bagan's Summer Banquet at Honeymoon, Hackney Road - Sat
Ben Spalding's Small Plates Sessions at Last Days of Shoreditch - Thurs-Sat
Berber & Q's 'Grill House' Monday - with guest chefs - Mondays
* The Death's Door Dive Bar - Gindependence Day - in Hackney - 30th & 1st
El Bandito Tequila Bar in Stoke Newington - Tues-Sun
Farang's 6 Month Thai Pop-up in Highbury Park, N5 - Weds-Sun
* Foumo & Fouco Bacchanalian Feast the the Dead Dolls House in N1 - Thurs 6th
* Frizzante's Thursday Night Agriturismo Supperclub in Hackney - Thursdays
The Holy Crêpe! Gluten-free Crêpe & Cocktails Pop-up at The Canvas Cafe off Brick Lane - Ends Sat
The London Dungeon Lates on the South Bank - Fri 30th
* Magnum's 'Design Your Own' Magnum Pop-up Shop in Seven Dials - Daily
Oxalis' Summer Residency at Platform 1 in Dulwich - Thurs-Sun
* Petit Pois Bistro's 'We Meat On Sundays' Meat Club in Hoxton Square - Sun
* Stories & Supper - A refugee Supper Club in Barking - Sat

Open Air & Rooftop

* Archie’s Summer Party - Part II - in Deptford - Sat
Brixton Rooftop Beach - Weds-Sun
* The Bussey Beer Garden Rooftop Pop-up Bar in Peckham - Opens Fri 7th
* Dough Bro Pizza’s summer residency at the Camden Town Brewery in NW5 - Thurs-Sun
Festibowl - Lawn Bowls in Finsbury Square - Ends Fri 30th
Filthy Fanny's Summer Beach Bar at The Crown & Shuttle in Shoreditch - Daily
Frank's Cafe - The Rooftop Pop-up in Peckham - Tues-Sun
* The Irish Gin & Tonic Festival in E8 - Sat
Jimmy Garcia's BBQ Club on the South Bank with Big Green Egg BBQs - Daily
John Lewis' Rooftop Bar The Gardening Society in Oxford St - Daily
The London Riviera by Tower Bridge - Daily
Midnight Apothecary Summer Rooftop Cocktail Bar 2017 in Rotherhithe - Fri & Sat
The Nyetimber Garden Bar in Covent Garden - Daily
The Queen of Hoxton's 2017 Neverland Rooftop Bar in EC2 - Daily for the summer - Daily
Wood's Navy Rum's Pop-up Floating Rum Bar in King's Cross - Daily

Streetfood Markets

Hawker House in Canada Water - Fri & Sat
Dinerama - The Streetfood Market in Shoreditch - Thurs-Sun from 12pm
Pub & Bar Residencies - Often Open 6 or 7 Days a Week

Boustead & Bidois' Residency at the Shrub & Shutter in Brixton - Tues to Sat
Club Mexicana's Mexican Vegan Streetfood Residency at Pamela in Dalston - Tues-Sat
Craving Coffee's April 2017 #TottenhamSocial Streetfood Nights in N15 - Thurs-Sat
* Cucina Rustica's 6 week Italian / Sicillian Residency at Unwined in Tooting - Thurs-Sun
da ja chicken's Residency at The Rose and Crown in Kentish Town - Tues-Sun
Fowl Mouths' & Eastern Bloc's June 2017 Kitchen Residencies at The King & Co in Clapham - Fowl Mouths ends Sat 1st
Lion City Kitchen’s Singaporean Residency at Two Spoons Cafe in Honor Oak - Fri & Sat
Mirey's Restaurant's Residency at The Charles Lamb in Angel - Tues-Sun
Native Eat's Residency at The George & Dragon in Fitzrovia - Mon-Fri
Prairie Fire BBQ's Kansas City-style BBQ at The Duke's Head in Highgate - Ends Sun 2nd
The Prince's Street Food Residencies in Wood Green, N22 - Thurs-Sundays
Slow Richie's Residency at Brick Brewery in Peckham - Weds-Sat
White Asparagus' Residency at The Cuckoo in N1 - Thurs-Sun
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen's 6 Month Residency at The Sun & 13 Cantons in Soho - Tues-Sat

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Shopping 

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Boxpark Pop-up Retail Mall in Shoreditch
Brands Popping Up at Old Street Station
Magnum's 'Design Your Own' Magnum Pop-up Shop in Seven Dials - Daily


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          Kumawood, fabrique express de films d’action   
Cinéma Au Ghana, dans la région de Kumasi, là où il suffit de pas grand-chose pour faire un film.
          "House Girl": Ghanaian-British director Koby Adom makes film exploring the African diaspora’s experience in the motherland   
The film was shot on location in Accra, Ghana early last year and has since been officially selected for the Africa International Film Festival 2016 in Lagos as well as getting a nomination for best student short film at the BAFTA qualifying London Short Film Festival 2017.
          Fresh Hawt: Kwame Baah – Blazing Feat. Amerado   

Alot of music fans in Ghana have long waited for a Kwame Baah/ Amerado collaboration. The song is here now. A HipHop masterpiece that talks about the moments guys have when they come together especially during the weekends. Kwame Baah laid a beautiful hook on the crazy production made and mastered by Jay Scratch. Kwame […]

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          Exclusive: Stonebwoy actually performed at BET Experience 2017   
Ghanaian Afro-Dancehall star, Stonebwoy actually performed at the 5th edition of BET Experience, our sources can confirm.
          Improving WASH Conditions Necessary For Provision Of Quality Medical Care   
PLOS Blogs: When water doesn’t flow… Marisa Gallegos, senior public health program manager at Emory University’s Center for Global Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (CGSW), discusses CGSW’s investigations of water conditions in health care facilities in resource-limited settings and uses her own experience in a Ghanaian hospital to illustrate the impact of water shortages onMore


          In einem Land ist dieser Mann ein König – im anderen ein Gärtner   
  • Eric Manu ist Gärtner in Langley, Kanada

  • In Ghana ist er allerdings König

  • Wie es dazu kam, seht ihr im Video oben


Kanada ist bekannt für Wälder, wilde Tiere und Schnee. Wer an den großen, weißen Norden denkt, sieht bärtige Holzfäller und Wildnis vor sich - aber einen König aus Ghana?

Mit einem Anruf vom Gärtner zum König



Eric Manu kam 2012 nach Kanada, um näher bei der Familie seiner kanadischen Frau zu wohnen. Er fand schnell einen Job als Gärtner. Als ein Jahr später sein Telefon klingelte, konnte er nicht ahnen, was bald auf ihn zukommen würde.

Eric ist Angehöriger eines 5.000-köpfigen Stammes in Adansi Aboabo No. 2, einem Dorf in Ghana. Sein Onkel war dort jahrelang König, verstarb allerdings im Jahr 2013. Die Verantwortlichen kontaktierten Eric, und ihre Botschaft war klar: Komm zurück, du bist jetzt König!

Die Begeisterung hielt sich in Grenzen



Erics Reaktion fiel eher gemäßigt aus. “Ich habe gesagt, ja, versuchen wir es doch mal.” Der heute 33-jährige kehrte also an seinen Geburtstort zurück und ging seinen Pflichten als neuer König nach.

Er hatte allerdings nicht das Gefühl, als Royal in Afrika genug für sein Dorf tun zu können. Er war davon überzeugt, in Kanada mehr zu bewegen. Als er wieder in Kanada ankam, trat er er seinen alten Job wieder an, und sammelt nun mit Hilfe seiner Chefin Spenden für Ghana.

Nun ist er Gründer eine Hilfsorganisation



Zusammen gründeten sie die To-The-Moon-And-Back-Foundation. Ganze Container hat er inzwischen schon zurück in seine Heimat schiffen können. Seine Arbeit als Gärtner will er trotzdem auf keinen Fall aufgeben.

Leserumfrage: Wie fandet ihr uns heute?


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          Elevation: Ghana Home Loans now a universal bank   
One of the nation's leading provider of mortgage services in the country is now a certified bank.
          Gideon Boako: China agreement won't send Ghana into HIPC- veep's Advisor   
Bawumia's advisor shames NDC conspiracies about $15million Chinese investment
          UN SMEs Day: Give collateral-free loan scheme -SMEs   
As the UN marks international SMEs day Pulse Ghana spoke to some industry players to find out what the day meant for them.
          Ghana Stock Exchange: Authorities must rethink MTN's upcoming OTC – Addae Mensah   
The Managing Director of Databank Kojo Addae-Mensah explained that this is because the current arrangement will cause retail investors to be short-changed.
          Aviation: Ghana to permit Nigeria Airlines in its travel space   
Ghana is ready to allow its competitors in its air travel space
          Ghana Stock Exchange: Multinationals must be compelled to list – Addae-Mensah   
According to Mr Addae-Mensah this will help enhance the activity on the stock market, reduce the pressure of the cedi, and encourage more transparency with which they operate in the country.
          Fire Service: We can’t fight fire above five floors – Billy Anaglatey   
The Ghana National Fire Service says it lacks the the necessary equipment to fight fires which occur on the fifth floor of buildings and beyond.
          CDB Loan: Ghana to receive remainder of CDB $3bn loan – Bawumia   
The Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia at a press conference after arriving from a four-day official visit to China said he “met with the Vice President of the China Development Bank and we were able to successfully negotiate the reactivation of the remainder of the entire loan that was given to Ghana.”
          Economy of Ghana: Diversify economy to create jobs – WTC CEO   
The CEO of the World Trade Centre Accra, Emmanuel Doni-Kwame, said: “As we automate, it will get to a stage where all these people we see handling trade facilitation at the ports will reduce.
          Woman Rising: Ghanaian business woman becomes first ARIPO executive member   
HilaryArko –Dadzie has landed a prestigious management role at African Regional Intellectual Property Organization.
          Empowerment Initiative: Youth to benefit from $100million capacity building programme   
The government of Ghana has tabled US$100m to empower the youth to create their own jobs.
          Development Partners: ‘Ghana is ready for big things’ – Bawumia tells China Exim Bank   
A number of Ministers are also expected to sign cooperation and project agreements with Chinese companies.
          US Aid: Ghana to lose $500million over failure to fight human trafficking   
With the growing rate of human trafficking in Ghana, the US has threatened to withdraw funds and support programmed if government fails to combat it
          Ghana Revenue Authority: Vodafone assets to be sold within 14 days over tax default   
The Ghana Revenue Authority issued a distress order on Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 because the company failed to comply with its capital gains tax obligations from September 2016 till date.
          GIPC: Ghana ends investment promotion in USA   
GIPC has ended a 10-day US investment promotion aimed at attracting investments abroad
          GhIPSS: Ghanaians should patronize electronic payment   
As the world is moving towards a totally cashless payment era, Ghanaians have been encouraged to use more electronic payments options
          Ports & Harbours: Transport ministry inaugurates GPHA Board   
A new Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority board has been inaugurated to come up with policies that will also improve on doing business at the ports.
          Boakye Agyarko: ECG billing system exploits the vulnerable   
Minister in charge of energy has decried the ineffective electricity billing system in Ghana
          Bilateral Ties: What Ghana stands to benefit from Economic Partnership Agreement   
Ghana ratified the interim Economic Partnership Agreement which subsequently entered into force on 15 December following its ratification by the European Parliament
          Ursula Owusu: Ghana Post under restructuring exercise   
The Ghana post is set to bounce back to function fully after a restructuring exercise
          Jobberman Ghana: 85% of registered employers are located in the Greater Accra Region   
Employment Survey of Ghana 2016 carried out by Jobberman Ghana reveals that 85% of registered employers are located in the Greater Accra Region
          We will help improve small businesses in Ghana – EU   
The European Union (EU) has promised to work at improving small businesses in Ghana to ease the burden on the government.
          Bank of Ghana: Effect of the policy rate cut on banking industry   
The policy rate affects overall money supply in the economy through the banking sector. As banks borrow from the Central Bank, their cost of funds and lending rate has a clear correlation with the policy rate.
          Ghana-Netherlands: Dutch government to invest in Ghana's horticultural sector.   
Netherlands government sends delegation to explore investment opportunities horticulture in Ghana.
          Ultimatum: NLA gives lotto operators six months to legalize operations   
A six-month ultimatum has been set for all lotto operators in Ghana to comply with regulations
          Minority in Parliament: Tax cuts on spare parts must benefit consumers   
Ghana's minority caucus in parliament are asking government to monitor tax cuts on spare parts so as to benefit consumers
          Taxes: Importers hint on increasing prices of goods   
Ghanaian importers say consumers would have to bear costs of AU tax if they are implemented
          By Parliament: Taxes on spare parts scrapped   
Ghana's parliament has scrapped taxes on spare parts as it promised in its first budget presentation
          Interest rates: BoG report shows drop in interest rate.   
Banks’ interest rates drop marginally in May according to latest Bank of Ghana Report.
          Drop in Inflation: Ghana's Inflation drops to 12.6%   
Inflation has dropped by 0.4% in May compared to that of April
          Nigerians Allegedly Spend N300bn On Education Annually In Ghana   
A former Minister of Youth Development, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, has said that Nigerians spend N300bn annually in Ghana and an estimated N162bn annually in the United Kingdom on foreign tertiary education. Abdullahi, who is also a former Minister of Sports, spoke in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, on Friday on the sidelines of a summit of the Nigerian Union of Teachers.He said the
          on and on   
I’m very pleased with myself because I’m managing to pick up some poems by now-obscure Ghanaian writers to share. I love ‘The Serving Girl’ by Acquah Laluah, which is in An African Treasury (selected by Langston Hughes), which I managed to buy on eBay after looking for a copy for years. Looking good. I don’t […]
          yep, i arrived   
I saw and liked the layout of wordpress for a regular review-type blog so I came like an ant after rain… and this is how it will work: you wont see much on this front page, but if you want to see some of the poems from Ghana that I’m collecting, go to the links […]
          Otumfuor should also visit Togbe Afede in Volta Region and other regions - Kwame Mayor   

Asantehene, Otumfuor Osei Tutu II, whose Empire once stretched throughout present day Ghana, , should visit Togbe Afede, in Volta Region; other Traditional Rulers in Northern Region, Upper Region, Greater Accra Region, Denkyira Region, , as he did in his "King Solomon's Historical Visit" to Techiman, in Brong Ahafo Region, for the sake of "Ghana Must Unite !!!".


          Comment on NDC sold 58% of bauxite concession to Ibrahim Mahama – Gideon Boako by Obuobi Gregory   
John Dramani Mahama, NDC, and his NDC cohorts sold 58% of The Republic of Ghana's bauxite to Ibrahim Mahama December 29, 2016? Even when booted out of office? What darn evil corrupting roguery! Noted, sir!
          Shatta Wale’s PlayStation Theatre Concert Postponed Hours Before The Show   

Fans of Ghanaian dancehall artist Shatta Wale in New York will not be too enthused at recent developments since they can’t see their artist perform at the much anticipated PlayStation Theatre on July 1 1027, www.nydjlive.com can confirm. The artist in a post on Instagram revealed he’s yet to receive his passport and work permit […]

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          GHAMRO Partners The Ghanaian Media to Combat Piracy   

Just like recent consented efforts by Ghanaian media houses at educating its nationals and fighting the cause of illegal small scale mining also known as Galamsey, the Ghana Music Right Organization has announced plans to partner media outfits to help educate the citizens and combat piracy in the country. In a special media workshop organized […]

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          Contract Details: Joyce Blessing And Obibini Boafo Required To Produce 4 Albums Each For Zylofon Music   

Gospel Album of the year winner at the 2014 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Joyce Blessing and former ToonToom Music label signed artist Obibini Boafo are the latest crop of musicians to join Zylofon Music, a record label owned by Zylofon Media, a creative arts and entertainment conglomerate based in Accra, Ghana. The two were unveiled in […]

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Secret American diplomatic dispatches, spread over 21,000 pages, provide previously unknown information about the Nigerian Civil War
Early in the morning of 1 July 1967, Nigeria’s young head of state, Colonel Yakubu Gowon, was feeling uneasy in his office at the Supreme Headquarters, Dodan Barracks in Lagos. The unease was a result of his being ceaselessly pressured to authorize a military invasion of the breakaway Republic of Biafra.
Thirty officers had been recalled from courses abroad. Trains and truck convoys, bearing fuel, supplies and men, were still leaving Kano and Kaduna for the south of River Benue.
Colonel Mohammed Shuwa of the First Area Command had moved his command headquarters southwards and set it up in Makurdi. The 2nd Battalion was already headquartered in Adikpo. Schools and private homes had been commandeered for the use of Major Sule Apollo and his 4th Battalion in Oturkpo. They were itching for action. The same day, Major B.M. Usman “a member of the intimate northern group around Gowon” told the American defense attaché: “I do not know what in hell he is waiting for; the boys are all ready to go. They are only waiting on his word.”
Members of the Supreme Military Council, who had been meeting twice daily, were waiting for his word. The whole nation was waiting. Biafra, which was on high alert, was also waiting.
On 27 June 1967, Cyprian Ekwensi, famous writer and Biafra’s Director of Information Service, through the Voice of Biafra (formerly Enugu Radio), urged Biafrans to be prepared for an invasion on June 29 since “Northerners have often struck on 29th day of the month.” He was alluding to the day northern officers, led by Major T.Y. Danjuma, seized Gowon’s predecessor, Major- General Aguiyi-Ironsi, and killed him in a forest outside Ibadan.
Gowon, then 31, had been running the affairs of 57million Nigerians for 10 months. It had not been easy. Chief Obafemi Awolowo, his 58-year old trusted deputy and adviser, was with Okoi Arikpo and Philip Asiodu, permanent secretaries of the ministries of External Affairs and Trade and Industries respectively.
They were preparing to put the noose on the neck of the Anglo-Dutch oil giant, Shell-BP, which had frozen royalty payments due to the Federation Account on 1 June 1967 and had offered to pay the Biafran government £250,000.
Lieutenant Colonel Odumegwu Ojukwu, Biafran leader, had ordered all oil companies to start paying all royalties to Enugu because they were operating in a new country or risk heavy penalties.
Specifically, he demanded a minimum of £2million from Shell-BP. The Federal Government had imposed an economic blockade on Biafra. It entailed barring all merchant vessels and sea tankers from sailing to and from Koko, Warri, Sapele, Escravos, Bonny, Port Harcourt, Calabar ports, which Ojukwu had declared part and parcel of Biafra.
Biafra controlled the land on which the oil installations sat; the Nigerian government controlled the coastal entrance and exit to those lands. Shell-BP was confused as to whose order should be obeyed. Sir David Hunt, the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, told his American counterpart after the meeting with the Nigerian delegation: “Awolowo is very firmly in control of Ministry of Finance and he is giving Stanley Gray, Shell’s General Manager and other experts from London a very difficult time for the past three days.” They persuaded Awolowo to accept a deal that would favour the Nigerian government and, at the same time, would predispose oil workers and the £150million investment to danger in the hands of Biafran military forces. Awolowo refused, arguing that anything short of the status quo was recognition of Biafra and concession to the rebels. As for security of investments and personnel, he argued that once royalties were paid, the Nigerian government would have the capacity to fund whatever action it would take on the rebels and Shell-BP’s investments would be safe.
Gowon paced to the large outdated map of the country by the door to his office. When he asked Awolowo to come and join his government, Awolowo said he would accept only if Gowon did something about the dominance of North over the rest of the nation. A month before, Gowon had broken up the North into six states, but the map by the door still showed the old Nigeria, with an imposing North at the top. He ran his finger around the boundaries of Biafra and asked himself: “How can I authorize an invasion of my own people?” He knew what it meant to be resented. He was not the most senior officer in the army. He was not a Muslim Hausa or Fulani from Kano, Kaduna or Sokoto. He was a Christian from one of the small minorities that dot the North and yet, events had promoted him to the position of the Head of State and Commander-in-Chief–to the chagrin of many northern officers, politicians, and emirs.
He knew the Igbo were resented in the North for succeeding where indigenes had failed. His Igbo lover, Edith Ike, told him her life was threatened twice in Lagos since she returned from the North in March.
According to the secret US document of 1 July 1967, Edith’s parents, having lived in the North for 30 years, where she too was born, had fled back to the East in October 1966 because of that year’s massacre of the Igbo. Not 30,000 but around 7,000 were killed, according to the American documents. Donald Patterson of the Political Section and Tom Smith of the Economic Section travelled from the US Embassy in Lagos to the North after the pogrom. “The Sabon-Garis were ghost towns, deserted, with the detritus of people, who had fled rapidly, left behind. Most Northerners we talked to had no apologies for what had happened to the Ibos, for the pogrom that had killed so many. There were exceptions, but in general, there was no remorse and the feeling was one of good riddance.
“One day, our Hausa gardener attacked and tried to beat up our Ibo cook. We fired the gardener, but not long afterwards, the cook left for the East,” said Patterson.
Earlier that week, Gowon called the West German Ambassador in Lagos. The Germans were eager to be in the good graces of the Gowon administration. A war loomed. And in wars, buildings, roads, bridges, and other infrastructure are destroyed. These would need rebuilding. The contract for the 2nd Mainland Bridge (later called Eko Bridge) was signed two years earlier by the Ambassador, CEO of Julius Berger Tiefbau AG and Shehu Shagari, Federal Commissioner for Works and Survey. That was Julius Berger’s first contract in Nigeria. It was due for completion in less than two years and they wanted more bilateral cooperation. The ambassador assured Gowon over the phone that he had taken care of all the details and guaranteed the safety of Edith, the nation’s “First Girlfriend”.
On the evening of 30 June, just before her departure on a commercial airline, Edith told the American Defense Attaché Standish Brooks, and his wife, Gail, that she actually wanted to go to the UK or USA, but Jack, as she affectionately called Gowon, insisted that she could be exposed to danger in either of the two countries. Germany, he reasoned, would be safer.
To Major B.M. Usman and other northern officers around Gowon, who had attributed his slow response to the secession to the fact that his girlfriend was Igbo and that her parents were resettled in the East, it was such a huge relief that at the Supreme Military Council meeting of 3 July 1967, Gowon authorized the long awaited military campaign.
Edith had safely landed in West Germany. Gowon told the gathering: “Gentlemen, we are going to crush the rebellion, but note that we are going after the rebels, not the Ibos.” The military action, which was to become the Nigerian Civil War or the Biafran War or Operation Unicord, as it was coded in military circles, officially started on 6 July 1967 at 5 a.m.
The North was minded to use the war as a tool to reassert its dominance of national affairs. Mallam Kagu, Damboa, Regional Editor of the Morning Post, told the American consul in Kaduna: “No one should kid himself that this is a fight between the East and the rest of Nigeria. It is a fight between the North and the Ibo.” He added that the rebels would be flushed out of Enugu within six weeks. Lt. Colonel Hassan Katsina went further to say with the level of enthusiasm among the soldiers; it would be a matter of “only hours before Ojukwu and his men were rounded up”.
The northern section of the Nigerian military was the best equipped in the country. To ensure the region’s continued dominance, the British assigned most of the army and air force resources to the North. It was only the Navy’s they could not transfer. All the elite military schools were there. The headquarters of the infantry and artillery corps were there. Kaduna alone was home to the headquarters of the 1st Division of the Nigerian Army, Defense Industries Corporation of Nigeria (Army Depot), Air Force Training School and, Nigerian Defence Academy.
Maitama Sule, Minister of Mines and Power in 1966, once told the story of how Muhammadu Ribadu, his counterpart in Defence Ministry, went to the Nigerian Military School, Zaria, and the British Commandant of the school told him many of the students could not continue because they failed woefully. When Ribadu thumbed through the list, Sule said, it was a Mohammed, an Ibrahim, a Yusuf or an Abdullahi. “You don’t know what you are doing and because of this you cannot continue to head the school,” an irate Ribadu was said to have told the commandant.
Shehu Musa Yar’Adua was one of the students for whom the commandant was sacked. “You can see what Yar’Adua later became in life. He became the vice president. This is the power of forward planning,” Sule declared.
Unknown to the forward planners, according to the US documents, Ojukwu had been meticulously preparing for war as early as October 1966, after the second round of massacre in the North. He had stopped the Eastern share of revenues that were supposed to accrue to the Federation Account. By 30 April 1967, he had recalled all Igbos serving in Nigeria embassies and foreign missions and those that heeded his call were placed on the payroll of the government of Eastern Region. The 77,000 square kilometres of the Republic of Biafra–a mere 8 per cent of the size of Nigeria–was already divided into 20 provinces, with leaders selected for each. They had their own judiciary, legislative councils, ministries and ambassadors. Alouette helicopters and a B26 bomber were procured from the French Air Force through a Luxemburg trading company. Hank Warton, the German-American arms dealer, had been flying in Czech and Israeli arms via Spain and Portugal since October 1966. The military hardware, they could not get, they seized. A DC3 and a Fokker F27 were seized from the Nigerian Air Force in April. NNS Ibadan, a Nigerian Navy Seaward Defence Boat (SDB) that docked in Calabar Port, was quickly made Biafran.
Major Chukwuma Nzeogwu, who was supposed to be in Enugu in prison for his role in 1966 coup, joined in training recruits in Abakaliki. Foreign mercenaries were training indoctrinated old people, young men and teenagers recruited as NCOs [Non-commissioned Officers] in jungle warfare, bomb making, mortar and other artillery firing. Ojukwu, through speeches, town hall meetings, market square performances and radio broadcasts, succeeded in convincing his people that their destiny was death or a separate state. All his performances in Ghana that culminated in the Aburi Accord of January 1967, or discussions with the Awolowo-led National Conciliation Committee five months later, turned out to be ruse.
The underground war preparations, the secret arms stockpiles openly manifested themselves as Ojukwu’s stubborn refusal to accept offers or concessions during these peace meetings.
But the Biafrans knew that their vulnerable line was along Ogoja, Ikom, Calabar, Port Harcourt, and Yenogoa. Support from the six million people making up the Eastern minorities was very much unsure. The minorities viewed their leaders in Biafra high command as traitors. And without the minorities, Biafra would be landlocked and most likely, unviable as a state. More so, their vast oil and gas resources were the reason they contemplated secession in the first place. The Biafra high command believed that if there was going to be any troop incursion from there, they are going to be transported through ship. They already had a B26 bomber to deal fire to Nigeria’s only transport ship, NNS Lokoja, anytime it approached the Biafran coastline.
The Biafrans also knew that Gowon wanted to respect the neutrality of Midwest and not invade through Niger Bridge, which would have driven the people of the Midwest into waiting Biafran hands. But if Gowon changed his mind and there was a general mobilization of the two battalions of the federal troops there, they had trustworthy men there that would alert Enugu. And if that failed, according to the US documents, the Niger Bridge had been mined using “explosives with metal covering across the roadbed at second pier out from the eastern side”.
The Biafrans also knew that the Yoruba, who were sworn enemies of the Northern hegemony, would never join the North militarily or politically against the Biafrans. When Gowon vouched to “crush the rebellion,” progressive Yoruba intellectuals deplored the language. Professor Hezekiah Oluwasanmi, Vice Chancellor of University of Ife, described the use of the word as unfortunate. Justice Kayode Eso of the Western Court of Appeal said: “Crushing the East was not the way to make Nigeria one.”
Mr. Strong, the American consul in Ibadan, whom they had been speaking to, confidentially wrote: “As intellectuals and modernizers, they see the conflict in terms of continuing determination of conservative North to dominate the more advanced South and they expressed fear that once North subdues East, it will seek to assert outright dominance over the West. The centre of trouble might then swing back to the West, where it all started.”
The Biafrans understood, therefore, that their strongest defence perimeter would be along Nsukka, Obudu, Gakem and Nyonya in Ogoja province, where they share border with the North. That was where they concentrated. On 8 July after three days of fighting, only four Biafran troops were dead and nine wounded in Obudu, while up to 100 Nigerian troops were dead, according to the Irish Embassy official, Eamon O’tuathail, who visited the Catholic Mission Hospital in Obudu. He said: “Forty five (45) of the dead had already been buried and the villagers were seen carrying the heads of the remaining around town.” In June before fighting started, Ojukwu charged on Biafra Radio: “Each Biafran soldier should bring back ten or twenty Hausa heads.”
At Nyanya, Nigerian troops attempted to seize the bridge linking Obudu and Ogoja, but were beaten back by the Biafran troops on 7 July at 1400hrs. According to the New York Times’ Lloyd Garrison’s dispatch of 8 July: “The Biafran Air Force–a lone B-26 fighter bomber–flew sorties from Enugu today, bombing and strafing enemy columns. Asked what damage it had inflicted, its European pilot replied: “Frankly, I don’t know. But we made a lot of smoke. Hundreds of Enugu pedestrians waved and cheered each time the plane returned from a mission and swooped low over the city buzzing Ogui Avenue.”
Tunde Akingbade of the Daily Times, who was returning from the frontlines, said the first Nigerian battalion in Ogoja area was “almost completely wiped out by a combination of mines and electrical devices (Ogbunigwe)”.
In the first few weeks of the war, the Biafrans were clearly on top. “Enugu is very calm,” the confidential cable of 13 July 1967 noted. “Ojukwu is dining with Field Commanders in State House tonight.”
On the federal side, confusion reigned. They had grossly underestimated Biafran capabilities. “Gowon and his immediate military advisers believe they can carry out a successful operation putting their trust in the superiority of the Hausa soldier,” the British High Commissioner, Sir David Hunt, told his American counterpart on 31 May 1967. He said further: “A northern incursion would be hastily mounted, ill-conceived and more in the nature of a foray.”
Even the Nigerian infantry, which advanced as far as Obolo on Oturkpo-Nsukka Road, was easily repelled. It ran out of ammunition. At the Supreme Headquarters in Lagos, they were accusing Shuwa, the commander, of not sending enough information about what was going on. Shuwa counter-accused that he was not getting enough and timely orders. Requests for ammunition and hardware procurement were chaotically coming to the Federal Armament Board from different units, not collectively from the central command.
Major S.A. Alao, acting commander of Nigerian Air Force (after George Kurubo defected to Biafran High Command) together with the German adviser, Lieutenant Colonel Karl Shipp, had travelled to many European cities to buy jets. They were unsuccessful. Gowon had written to the American president for arms. The State Department declined military assistance to either side. Gowon replied that he was not requesting for assistance, but a right to buy arms from the American market. That too was rejected.
The CIA had predicted a victory for Ojukwu, but American diplomatic and consular corps in Nigeria predicted victory for the Federal side and concluded that a united Nigeria served American interests better than the one without the Eastern Region. Two conflicting conclusions from an important department and a useful agency. The American government chose to be neutral. Dean Rusk, America’s Secretary of State said: “America is not in a position to take action as Nigeria is an area under British influence.”
The British on the other hand were foot-dragging. At the insistence of Awolowo, “the acting prime minister” as he was called in diplomatic circles, Gowon approached the Soviet Union.
According to a secret cable (dated 24/08/67) sent by Dr. Martin Hillenbrand, American Ambassador in East Germany, to his counterpart in Lagos, MCK Ajuluchukwu, Ojukwu’s special envoy, met Soviet Ambassador to Nigeria, Alexandr Romanov, in Moscow in June 1967. Romanov said that for USSR to recognize Biafra and supply it arms, the latter had to nationalize the oil industry. Ojukwu refused, saying that he had no money to reimburse the oil companies and that Biafrans did not have the expertise to run the oil installations.
A month later, Anthony Enahoro, the Federal Commissioner for Information and Labour, went to Moscow, signed a cultural agreement with Moscow and promised to nationalize the oil industry, including its allied industries once they got arms to recapture them from the Biafrans. Within days, 15 MiGs arrived in sections in Ikeja and Kano airports, awaiting assemblage. There was no nationalization.

Meanwhile, buoyed by the confidence from early success, the Biafrans went on the offensive. Their B26 (one of the six originally intended for use against the Nigerian Navy) was fitted with multiple canon and 50mm calibre machine gun mounts. It conducted bombing raids on Makurdi airfield, Kano and Kaduna. Luckily for Nigeria, the two transport DC3s had gone to Lagos to get more reserve mortar and 106-artillery ammo. In Kano, there were no fatalities, only a slight damage to the wing of a commercial plane.
Kaduna, however, was not that lucky. On 10 August 1967, the B26 dropped bombs on Kaduna airbase, damaging many buildings and the main hangar. The German consulate in Kaduna confirmed that a German citizen, a Dornier technician tasked with maintaining Nigerian military planes, was killed and two others injured.
A week later, the senior traffic control officer, A.O. Amaku, was arrested for sabotage. He was accused of failing to shut off the airport’s homing device, thus giving the Biafran plane navigational assistance. His British assistant, Mr. Palfrey, was similarly suspected. He resigned and immediately returned to the UK. However, Major Obada, the airbase commanding officer and an Urhobo from the Midwest, strongly defended the accused.
The daring bomb raid provoked many more Northern civilians to run to the nearest army base and enlist to fight.
According to a report by US Ambassador Elbert Matthews, cabled to Washington on 3 July 1967, unidentified men tried to bomb the police headquarters in Lagos on the night of 2 July. They attempted to drive an automobile into the compound, but the guards did not open the gate. They packed the car across the street near a small house opposite a petrol station. Leaving the car, the men fled and within seconds, an explosion took place. The house was demolished and all its occupants killed, but the petrol station was unaffected. Eleven people, including some of the guards at the police headquarters, were injured.
Two hours later, a second explosion, from explosives in a car parked by a petrol station, rocked Yaba. This time, the station caught fire. The ambassador remarked: “It is possible this is a start of campaign of terrorism…public reactions could further jeopardize safety of Ibos in Lagos.” And sure it did.
A Lagos resident, who visited the police headquarters after the attack, told the Australian ambassador “Ibos must be killed.”
There was panic all over Lagos. Anti-Igbo riots broke out. Northern soldiers at the 2nd Battalion Barracks in Ikeja used the opportunity to launch a mini-version of the previous year’s torture and massacre of the Igbo in the North. On 7 July 1967, Lagos State governor, Lieutenant Colonel Mobolaji Johnson, condemned the bombing in a radio broadcast. “A good number of Igbos in Lagos is innocent and loyal to the federal government. It is only fair that they be allowed to go about their business unmolested so long as they abide by the law and are not agents and evildoers,” Johnson said.
He called for Lagosians to join civil defence units and for Easterners to come and register with the police.
Meanwhile, the corpses of troops and soldiers wounded in Yahe, Wakande, Obudu and Gakem that arrived Kaduna by train on 11 July 1967 sparked enormous interest in enlistment and volunteering. Recruitment centres were established in Ibadan, Enugu, Lagos and Kano. But it was at the Kano centre, headquarters of the 4th Battalion of the Nigerian Regiment that generated the biggest number of recruits. According to the US confidential cable of 17 July 1967, 20,000 of these were veterans, who had been recruited to fight on the British side in Burma. The Burma veterans marched angrily to the recruitment offices to replace those that had been killed or injured. Around 7,000 were accepted. Of these, 5,000 were immediately sent to the frontline. They said they needed no training; only guns.
As they advanced, towards the outskirts of Ikem, 4km southeast of Nsukka, when mortal fires from the Biafran artillery landed close by, inexperienced recruits ducked for cover behind their transport columns out of fear and incompetence in bush warfare. Not these Burma veterans. Damboa, the Regional Editor of the Morning Post, was embedded with some of these veterans under the command of Major Shande, formerly of the 5th Battalion, Kano, which Ojukwu commanded in 1963.
One day, at about 2a.m, Biafran forces began firing from the jungle in the hope of drawing a return fire if the enemy was ahead. “But the veterans were too smart and began to creep towards the source of firing. After some time, the Biafran troops began to advance thinking that there were no federal troops ahead since there was no return of fire. They walked straight into the pointing guns of these veterans, their fingers squeezed the triggers,” said Damboa to a US Consulate officer named Arp.
These veterans were shooting at innocent Igbo civilians, too. Damboa further told Arp, when he came back from the frontlines on 17 September 1967, that “federal troops were shooting most Ibo civilians on sight, including women and children except for women with babies in their arms. Initially they observed the rules laid down by Gowon on the treatment of civilians. Then, after the takeover of the Midwest, they heard stories that Ibo soldiers had killed all the northerners they found residing in the Midwest. Since that time, Federal troops have been shooting Ibo civilians on sight,” added Damboa.
The Midwest Invasion
Something was happening to Biafran soldiers, which the Federal troops observed but could not explain. Indeed, the fortunes of the Federal troops were improving. Colonel Benjamin Adekunle’s 3rd Marine Commando had landed on 25 July 1967 at Bonny Island, establishing a heavy presence of federal forces in the creeks. Two L29 Delfins fighter jets from Czechoslovakia (NAF 401 and NAF 402) were at the Ikeja Airport and battle ready.
Five more, on board Polish vessel Krakow, were a week away from the Apapa Ports. Major Lal, an ammunition ordnance officer seconded from the Indian Army to Nigeria, had arrived from Eastern Europe, where he had gone to acquire information necessary to utilize Czech aerial ordnance. Sections of 15 Soviet MiG bombers hidden in NAF hangars were being assembled by 40 Russian technicians lodging in Central Hotel, Kano. Bruce Brent of Mobil Oil was flying jet oil to Kano to fuel these bombers. Captain N.O. Sandburg of Nigerian Airlines had flown in seven pilots, who had previously done mercenary work in South Africa and Congo, to fly the MiGs. Names, birthdates and passport numbers of 26 Russians, who were to serve as military advisors had been passed to Edwin Ogbu, Permanent Secretary, External Affairs Ministry. They were in Western Europe awaiting a direct flight to Lagos.
But George Kurubo, the Federal Air Force Chief of Staff, who had earlier joined the Biafran high command, had defected back to the fold and had been sent to Moscow as ambassador to facilitate the flow of more arms from the Soviets.
Lt. Colonel Oluwole Rotimi, Quartermaster-General of the Nigerian Army, went to western Europe with a fat chequebook.
What followed was the arrival of Norwegian ship, Hoegh Bell, bearing 2,000 cases of ammunition; and British ship, Perang, which discharged its own 2000 cases of ammunition. A German ship Suderholm also arrived. Those in charge of it claimed she was in Apapa to offload gypsum. But the US defense attaché reported that it was carrying “300 tonnes of 60mm and 90mm ammo.” The Ghanaian vessel, Sakumo Lagoon, was already in Lome, heading to Apapa to discharge its own ammo. A cache of 1,000 automatic fabriquenationale rifles had arrived Lagos by air on 8 August 1967 from the UK.
Speaking secretly to UK Defence Attaché, Lt. Colonel Ikwue said he too had gone to the German Defence Firm, Merex, to buy ammunition: 106mm US recoilless rifles at $86 per round; 84mm ammo for the Carl Gustav recoilless rifles at $72 per round; 105mm HEAT- High Explosive Anti-Tank warheads at $47 per round. Ikwue also bought three English Electra Canberra, eight Mark II Bombers at $105,000 each, 15 Sabre MK VI-T33 Jets at $100,000 each.
With all of these, Awolowo, rejected Hassan Katsina’s request for funding of 55, 000 more rifles for new recruits. However, he agreed once Gowon intervened and assured him it was not a request inspired by fraudulent intentions.
Federal troops had captured Nsukka, 56km from Enugu. Over 200 non-Igbo Biafran policemen had fled across the Mamfe border into Cameroun. In Ogoja, the Ishibori, Mbube and other non-Igbo Biafrans welcomed the federal troops after driving out the Biafran troops in a fierce battle.
The Biafrans blew up the bridge over the Ayim River at Mfume as they retreated.
The momentum was with the Federal side, but they knew their victories were not only because of their military superiority. At critical stages of battle, even when the Biafrans were clearly winning, they suddenly withdrew. An instance was on 15 July 1967, to the west of Nsukka on the route to Obolo. According to a conversation Colonel J.R. Akahan, Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, had with British Defence Advisor, the Nigerian infantry companies of the 4th Battalion, totally unaware of the presence of the 8th Battalion of the Biafran army, were buried under a hail of bullets and mortar.
Yet, the Biafran forces began to retreat. This enabled the remnants of the federal infantry company to regroup and successfully counter-attack. Even more senior Biafran commanders that should have been aware that the area had come under federal control were driving into the arms of the federal side. Nzeogwu and Tome Bigger (Ojukwu’s half-brother) were victims of the mysterious happening. Ojukwu initially put this down to breakdown of communication in the chain of command. During a special announcement over Biafran radio on 15 July 1967, Ojukwu said: “Yesterday, a special attack, which would have completely sealed the doom of enemy troops in the Nsukka sector of the northern front, was ruthlessly sabotaged by a mysterious order from the army high command…Our valiant troops were treacherously exposed to enemy flanks.”
At 9.30p.m on 8 August 1967, Biafran forces invaded the Midwest. In the recollection of Major (Dr.) Albert Nwazu Okonkwo, military administrator of Midwest, made available in confidence through an American teacher living in Asaba to Clinton Olson, Deputy Chief of Mission in Lagos on 1 November 1967, it was known by 4 August 1967 in Asaba that the Midwest, West and Lagos would soon be invaded.
On 5 August, Ojukwu had warned the Midwest government, headed by Colonel David Ejoor, that if northern troops were allowed to stay in the Midwest, the region would become a battleground. Many Midwestern officers knew of the plans; some of them had gone to Biafra earlier to help in the preparations. Lt Col. Nwawo, Commander of the Fourth Area Command at Benin, was probably aware. Lt Col. Okwechime, according to the document, certainly knew of it. Lt Col. Nwajei did not know and was never trusted by the anti-Lagos elements in the Midwest. “After the Biafran takeover, Nwajei was sent back to his village of Ibusa, where he was said to be engaged in repainting his home until just the arrival of Nigerian troops in the area,” disclosed the document.
Major Albert Okonkwo, later appointed military administrator, did not know in advance. Lieutenant (later Major) Joseph Isichei and Lieutenant Colonel Chukwurah were not informed in advance. “Major Samuel Ogbemudia participated in the invasion, properly by prior agreement,” the document stated.
That night of 8 August, Biafran army units blazed across the Onitsha Bridge and disarmed the Asaba garrison that was then stationed at St Peter’s Teachers’ Training College. Then they went on to the Catering Rest House, where Midwest officers were living, and disarmed the officers. The only exception was Major Asama, the local commander, who escaped and drove to Agbor at about 22.30hrs.
There were no casualties except for one officer with a gunshot wound in the leg. The invading force drove to Agbor, where it split into three columns. One column drove northwards towards Auchi and Aghenebode. A second column went to Warri and Sapele.
“The main force led by Victor Banjo was supposed to drive on to Benin and capture Ijebu-Ode, reach Ibadan on 9 August, reach Ikeja near Lagos by 10 August, setting up a blockade there to seal off the capital city,” the document quoted Okonkwo as saying.
However, this main column stopped in Agbor for six hours, reaching Benin at dawn. There was no real resistance in Benin, where no civilian was killed. The main column left Benin for Ijebu-Ode early in the afternoon. It stopped at Ore, just at the Western Region’s border.
According to US Defense Attaché report, three weeks before, Ejoor informed the Supreme Headquarters that he had information that Ojukwu was planning to send soldiers in mufti to conquer the Midwest. So, the 3rd Battalion, which was heading towards the Okene – Idah route to join the 1st Division on the Nsukka frontline, was ordered to stop at Owo. The first Recce Squadron from Ibadan, which had already reached Okene, was reassigned to take care of any surprise in the Midwest. By the time Lagos heard of the invasion, this squadron was quickly upgraded from company strength to a battalion, with troops of Shuwa’s 1st Division across the river, and another battalion was stationed at Idah to hold a defensive alignment against any Biafran surprise from Auchi.
Upon receiving the telephone call from Major Asama about the Biafran invasion at Asaba, Ejoor hurriedly left his wife and children at the State House, went to his friend, Dr Albert Okonkwo at Benin Hospital to borrow his car. He then sought asylum in the home of Catholic Bishop of Benin, Patrick Kelly.
In his first radio address to the people of Midwest on 9 August 1967, Banjo said Ejoor was safe and “efforts were being made to enlist his continued service in Midwest and in Nigeria.” Ejoor stayed in the seminary next door to the bishop’s house for almost two weeks, receiving visitors including Banjo, Colonels Nwawo and Nwajei, Major (Dr.) Okonkwo, who were trying to persuade him to make a speech supporting the new administration.
Ejoor refused. He was told that he was free to go wherever he wished without molestation. Not trusting what they might do, he went back to Isoko his native area, where he remained till federal forces captured it on 22 September 1967.
Before Banjo knew the full score, he met with Mr. Bell, UK Deputy High Commissioner, the evening of Benin invasion. Bell summarized his and Banjo’s words as:
a. There were no fatal casualties though some were wounded.
b. Ejoor and two senior officers were not in Benin when Eastern troops arrived. Bell had firm impression that they had been warned about the day’s event.
c. All the Midwest is now under the control of combined East/Midwest forces.
d. East was asked to cooperate by certain Midwest officers because an invasion of the Midwest by the North was imminent.
e. That he does not agree with Ojukwu on the separate existence of Biafra. He is convinced that a united Nigeria is essential.
f. Bell said he saw only three officers at the army headquarters: one was a Midwestern medical officer (Major Okoko). All others were Easterners.
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          Re: Top needs matured bottom   
blktop4bottom wrote:I am a single top guy here in Ghana and i am seeking a matured bottom that i can relocate to.
It is my dream to meet a very lovely and wonderful person that i can live with for the rest of my life
I am hardworking and am a teacher here. I enjoy movies, music, all kinds of sports and architectural..visiting churches and museums.

          Re: I CAN TELL YOU ALL ABOUT THE BOYS OF GHANA   
spooky5463 wrote:
aabbccdd wrote:Listen mates, hate to hurt feelings but what I describe simply will not work if you're an obvious gay or unattractive. In other words, my experience will only apply to people who are young, very attractive, naturally masculine, and are naturally fun for a Ghana boy to hang with... otherwise what would be his natural incentive?

As much as I'm sure you'd like, certainly I will NOT violate trust and share any of these boys details to any of you without the boy's permission. Don't have anything to prove to anyone on here... you can believe it or not, it's your choice. Keep in mind, just because someone was personally into me, of course this has no bearing on whether they might harbour similar feelings for you. I believed the purpose of this particular thread was to share your experiences while in Africa, but I can see that some of the readers possess other agendas, which is pathetic and unfortunate; I will not participate in this.

But for anyone who is simply perusing my thread for the pleasure of listening to one's experience, and is looking for an informed opinion on what might make their holiday in a place like Ghana a smashing success, my best advice is to bypass trying to prearrange friendships via the internet and simply attempt to make friends only upon arrival. This will allow you to better gauge whether the person is being genuine with you or not (assuming you possess a good judge of character). A prearranged internet "friendship" only invites the boy to take his time to devise a plan on how he wants to take advantage of you upon your arrival. Please don't be so hungry and desperate.

WARNING: like I told you in a previous post (but only worded more vaguely then), my experiences are specific only to me, and will not be specific to you. It's ultimately up to you to figure out how to make your own experience successful. As a rule of thumb, however, if you are generally unsuccessful on getting dates in your native country, then why in the world do you expect it to be any bloody different in Ghana unless you're willing to flaunt your Pounds/Euros/Dollars and/or your elite country citizenship to get laid. Be realistic mates, but have fun.


ABSOLUTE RUBBISH

          GHana Gay Meet-up   
To all gays in this forum here who are in Ghana. inbox me through jaydengrooves@gmail.com. we can meet as a group to know ourselfs and support each other . Thankx
          Re: Meeting guys in Ghana   
Hi Admin, I am a Ghanaian now living in Ghana and would like to contact AYETI since I'm aware he's Ghanaian also. Any advice on how to do so? Will appreciate your input.
          Re: CAREFULL   
carefull wrote:There is no doubt that all that lies here about sending money to westafricans are lies and moreover , here is the gay-erotic webpage and NOT charity web.
All people here wants to see nude and porn pics and videos of black boys.
This is no charity-all models- were get paid wery well.
And sending more pics to forum and trying to cheat money from EU guys is something weird. ???????????
Do we the same ? do we ask Africans for sending money to us and telling them false stories about our lives here in EU?
I dont think so.
I think africa is poor just because those lying , cheating, and fear etc.
For exaample it never happens in Asia. NO asian boys ask for money on web , no lie strories about their family poverty , and they are same poor as africa boys !!!maybe more- but they are fair.
So forget this nonsense with "friends" asking money and send more nude pics cause this is great EROTIC website!
More dicks, ass and cumshots, and less lies - stories about poverty and "problems" /this word is african mantra/!



Shut up idiot. I asked you some questions in my last post which you ignored. You think i don't know you're the homophobic self-hating Ghanaian fool that contacted me with threats a few weeks ago?

I asked you to mention the friend of mine that you contacted, and provide any emails you and i may have exchanged since you say i asked you for money as well. Idiot.

I always made it clear from the beginning that i'm looking to get any of my friends linked up with someone that can help them, or at least send them something in exchange for a few private pics or webcam show. It's a free world, so if that wasn't your cup of tea, you should have just moved on and ignored my post.

Imagine this fool hoping for a romantic, no strings attached hook-up from contacts on a pornsite :roll: ?

I can tell you that anyone seeking to travel to Ghana is better-off with one of my friends, than with someone that says 'oh, i love you and i want to spend the rest of my life with you'. At least with any of my friends, you know what the deal is from the beginning, and if it's not what you want then you're free to move on and look for everlasting love somewhere else (hopefully not a pornsite).
          Re: MY FRIEND VICTOR   
Pleas guys read my article : CAREFULL

cause i think this what DARKROD makes here is not clear, and if you ll try to communicate with him, very soon you ll found that he ll try to get money from EU guys.
he and his ghanian crowd.

is there anyone who personally get in touch at ghana with those guys????

NO ONE !

those lovely stories is just crap.
          Re: Sightseen Naked Men @ Rivers   
I've seen young men bathing naked on beaches along the Ghana coast especially in Accra and the West Coast. I have also seen men bathing naked outside a bath house near Grace Jones Hotel at Labadi first step junction in Accra. They paid a small fee to the attendant, were given a large enamel basin full of water, soap and flannel and they all stood outside in full view of passers by on the main road, pouring water on themselves with a plastic bowl, soaping down their naked bodies, washing their cocks, balls, assholes etc and it was all normality, no one was taking a blind bit of notice. Then one of the bathers saw a pretty young lady walking past and he got a spontaneous erection, called out to her endearingly and began swinging his long soapy erection in a very provocative manner but he lady just turned her face in the opposite direction, did her best to ignore him and walked past as quickly as she could looking quite embarrassed and feeling harassed. Of course I had a very good look, laughed and enjoyed the view as I walked past feeling my cock rising & precum wetting my boxer shorts. So, I recommend Ghana for that but I heard that other African countries are similar, especially Kenya which has many quiet or isolated beaches not much visited by tourists where you can meet very well endowed guys and enjoy hot sex in a lot of hiding places... Beaches in Togo and Benin are probably equally as good. In some landlocked countries you will also have riverside and lakeside beaches where you will see naked guys bathing. Ghana too has a lakeside beach in it's Eastern Region which I hope to try out on my next visit there. Have fun!
          Re: Ghana Warning   
@manlover and all: White owned Guesthouses you will find linked at my Africa Group on Gaytravellersnetwork:

http://www.gaytravellersnetwork.com/group/africa
          Re: West Coast of Ghana/Western Region   
I’m from the west indies and I met a friend 6yrs ago from West Africa. He told me that he was looking for a male-wife. Do any of you are familiar with his subject?
          Re: A wierd fetish???   
When I was in Cape Coast, Ghana, I saw a tall strong looking fisherman taking a piss at the back of his house as I walked along a road near the beach...and he was impressively well endowed, he pissed for a long time and as he saw me looking at his cock he turned it towards me for me to get a better look and I was truly awe-struck by how long, thick, meaty and tasty it looked... then when he was finished pissing he gave it a good lengthy shake deliberately for my benefit before he put it away in his shorts and went back inside his house... Watching a handsome guy pissing is one of my favourite fetishes... and I find it a real turn on... Moreover, seeing a guy take a dump can also be a turn on if you are at a distance and can't smell anything (or seeing pics of it) can have a strange appeal and can arouse one sexually in a very unusual way... just enjoy the feeling and forget the reality... Sexual enjoyment comes in many guises...life is too short to prudish, just have an open mind and go with the flow...life is for living...enjoy!
          Re: Gay meeting places in Ghana   
Strawberry night spot, Adabraka, Accra, Ghana is a gay friendly night spot in the capital of Ghana and is busy on Saturday nights and there is a lot of hot fun to be had...enjoy and share your stories!
          Re: Sex tourism in Gambia...   
From www gvnet.com I transfer the fllowing passage.

Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
          Re: Ghana-Experience with `penpals'   
hello all black lovers!
Be carefull to get in contact with some guys in Ghana. There are many fakers and try to get you in trouble!!!
My friend there also warned me many times, but if you want to meet nice guys there, contact me. I will try to
find you a thrustworthy person. (my friend is a police officer and having some friends who are looking for a life partner of friend from Europe) but keep in your mind that they only want to try a better life with your money, money is all what counts there. I'm lucky and find a thrustworthy person and pay for his education (was a lot of money but anyway, he's the best student in 5 districts and i'm proud!)
READ THESE LINES GOOD AND FROM OTHER MAN WHO HAD A BAD EXPERIENCE, THEY SPEAK THE THRUTH!)
          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'   
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
          hi i like to meet you soon   
Hi,

I'm handsome nice goodlooking attractive caring romantic Ghanaian cute Gay guy seeking for seriously gentileman also wish the same interest for long team relatoinship and meet very soon,



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traveling, meetings sharing nude phto's like to share G,S,O,H,

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          Gay Guys in Ghana and Ivory Coast   
Over twenty years ago I found a ghanaian penpal in a gay-contamagazine.
I was able to take him to Germany, sent him to a languageschool and he
absolved a malenurse-school. -He was bisexual like many other african men and our love-and sexcontacts endet after short years because of his desire to marry a girl and to get children. -But we are still good friends during all this long time up to today and he never forget that I took him out of poverty.
Than I lived together a second time with an african friend from Ivory Coast
whom I found in Paris. Unfortunately he left me after two years when he found a younger friend. (That`s life everywhere) Because of my husbands I visited several times their homelands and I came in contact with a lot of
their gay friends in Africa. I met gay men not only in Accra or Abidjan, also in the smallest villages.
I think homosexuality and love and sex between men exist in every part of the world. -Europeans with open heart and interest for african men should never forget that most of young men are very poor and in need for help. - Of course they would find sex for money too like everywhere, but african boys in Africa (maybe if they grew up in Europe)have nearly never interest for anonymous sex and one`s like in european gayscenes.
          gaybars in ghana   
"hi boys, there is a really good gay bar in accra and its busey every night and they play really cool music! its called ""henry´s"" and r located in new town, and not official a gay bar, but good luck! peace"
          where are them HOT BLACK sex gods   
really horny bottom, just love getting hit by hot very dark and well hung men. where are they?? i need them in my life. nigeria, ghana, SA, UK and US. where ever you are, need to come lick and suck you. yesdaddy
          Warum der Hype für Re-issues afrikanischer Musik voller Probleme steckt   
Alte Pop- und Funkmusik aus Ghana oder Nigeria läuft heute in jeder hippen Bar und wird in jedem Plattenladen verkauft. Wie integer die beliebten Vinyl-Wiederauflagen dabei sind, fragt jedoch kaum jemand.
          Wow.. I guess bad guys are everywhere   
Ever heard that Ghanaians were doing the same thing? I mean some guys are not real gay, but pretend to be, and then blackmail the guys who visited them, because homo activities are illegal in those countries. [quote] I am an American recently travelled through Kenya. Met this guy on gaydar said his name was James but was not. Told me bullshit about what he does etc. the guy was full of bullshit and wanted to try and get me to take him to a hotel where he would have been able to set me up so the cops would bust us. Careful meeting kenyans on gaydar they will tell you bullshit. Pity for the rest of us genuine gays! [/quote] Nice Asian guy is looking for African guys in New York city for friendship and much more.
          Evans Obtained Ghanaian Passport As Asare Nelson, Uses Different Names In Each State   
Suspected billionaire kidnapper, Evans, uses a different name in each state of the federation to create varied identities in order to beat policemen tracking him, NewTelegraph reports.

It has also been discovered that in 2013, he was issued with a Ghanaian passport with a fictitious name, Asare Nelson. The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, disclosed this while speaking at the West Africa International Security Conference in Accra, Ghana.

Officials of the Accra Passport Office allegedly connived with Evans to issue the passport on January 10, 2013 to expire in January 2018. Evans had told the IRT team of interrogators that he had a different name for different state of the federation. 

For instance, the suspect is known at his Magodo residence as George but he is Evans in the Lagos criminal world. “In Edo he is Sunny; in Port Harcourt, he is Richard; in Lagos he is Evans; in Anambra he is Somtu, etc, while some his girlfriends police arrested know him as Mike.


Security agents in each state are looking for different persons whereas it is the same person. He is extremely intelligent in crime matters,” a source said.

Speaking on Evans’ arrest, Idris said information sharing was crucial to tackling the menace of trans-border crimes in West Africa. He said: “It is through such exchange that we were able to nab a Ghanaian/Nigerian kidnapper two weeks ago, after evading arrest for many years.

For several years, Evans terrorised Nigerians and nationals of many countries across West Africa. Efforts to apprehend him did not yield the desired results until we spread our search net wider.” The IG also urged the Ghanaian authorities to investigate how Evans got their passport.

Taking up the IG’s gauntlet, the Ghanaian North Tongu Member of Parliament, Samuel Ablakwa, charged security agencies to move in quickly to arrest Evans’ accomplices in Ghana.

According to Ablakwa, the use of Ghanaian passport by Evans exposes the weaknesses in the country’s passport system. He said: “Those loopholes in the passport system could be used by terrorists.”


          Comment on 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League Fixtures released. by pendaftaran kemenkumham 2017   
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          Ghana for taxon Columbella xiphitella Duclos, 1840   
Distribution "Ghana" for taxon Columbella xiphitella Duclos, 1840 has been added by Philippe Bouchet via the webinterface on 2017-06-30T19:12:13+00:00
          Skales ft Sarkodie – Booty Language (Official Video)   
Baseline Recording music artiste Skales adds visual element to his summer anthem Booty Language which features Ghanaian hip-hop rapper Sarkodie. Booty Language is off Skales’s SOPHOMORE ALBUM . Video was shot and directed by Teekay and audio production to Krizbeatz.
          Fuse ODG – Window Seat (Official Video)   
‘Window Seat’ is produced by Jnr. Blender (Who produced the Major Lazer & Fuse ODG’s Multi platinum collaboration hit “Light It Up”) and Canadian Duo Banx & Ranx. The single is also assisted by a stunning visual that was shot in Accra, showcasing the colour and vibrancy of Ghana’s capital city. “It’s like my own …
          “I was With Dave Joy Productions before Zylofon Media Signed Me”- Joyce Blessing   
Gospel musician Joyce Blessing who recently inked a lucrative record deal with Ghana’s dominant media conglomerate “Zylofon Media” has cleared all chits-chats vis-à-vis the record signing. The gospel singer has unveiled she was under the management of Dave Joy Production before signing on to Zylofon Media. The media had initially presumed she left Media Excel …
          Blog Tour: My Best Friend's Ex by Meghan Quinn   
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My Best Friend’s Ex, an all new sexy, laugh out loud romantic comedy from Meghan Quinn is available now!

MyBestFriendsEx

My Best Friend’s Ex 
by Meghan Quinn 
Publication Date: June 1st, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance

   

Synopsis

 
When I found an eviction notice taped on my apartment door, I had two options: find a comfortable cardboard box to call home, or move in with Tucker Jameson. 

Seeing that cardboard makes me feel itchy, I chose the latter. Which shouldn't be that big of a deal since Tucker is one of my good friends. And because he's still pining after his ex-girlfriend and I'm trying to finish my nursing degree, there is nothing to worry about in the romance department, making my last semester an easy one to conquer.

Boy, was I wrong. 

Rules are set, dinners are made, conversations are had, and a shirtless, swoony roommate walks around in nothing but a pair of black briefs, ruining me for every other man. 

Before I know it, I turn into a panting, lust-filled woman begging for Tucker to kiss me, touch me, and show me exactly what is hiding under those briefs. 

But with great orgasms, comes great consequences. 

Tucker might be my friend and roommate but he’s also my best friend's ex-boyfriend, making him completely off-limits. At least that's what my brain is telling me, my heart is speaking an entirely different language. 

My review: 5 Swoony Stars!
Tucker Jamerson is IT!!!!! Just absolutely perfect! Nobody writes laugh out loud romantic comedy like Meghan Quinn does, but she is also capable of creating the BEST men..... And Tucker is now my favorite of all her men! Emma was a delight too- so sassy! I am a sucker for witty banter, and Tucker and Emma were all about it- the DJ names! Ha! Somewhat of a slow burn romance, this friends to lovers story was one that gripped me from the first page and had me ignoring my kids and feeding them microwave meals and giving them free reign on electronic until I finished. The side characters are a hoot too- please tell me what we will get Racer's story next!

Excerpt:

“Morning,” Tucker’s deep voice rattles off the cabinets. It’s his morning voice, deeper, throatier—if that makes sense—and I hate to admit it, because he’s just my friend, but sexier.
Once my pupils adjust to the light, I take Tucker in. He’s standing in front of the stove, rubber spatula in hand, wearing a white long-sleeve Henley shirt, the top two buttons undone, a pair of worn jeans with a few paint stains on them, and tan work boots. Sweet Jesus, he makes construction look good. Strap a tool belt around his waist and stick him in front of a camera for the benefit of all womankind.
“Morning,” I say in reply, using the counter to help hold up my tired body. “You’re up early. What time do you have to go into work?”
“Around seven thirty. I like to get an early start before the boys come in.” He looks me up and down, a small smile at the corner of his lips. “You look good.” He motions around his head with his hand. “I really like what you did with your hair.”
I turn toward the window in the kitchen and check out my reflection. Sure enough, my long brown hair looks like a lion’s mane poofed out and framing my face with an abundance of volume. Beautiful.
There is no use in taming it, so I leave my hair as is and turn back toward Tucker. “Not many people can get this kind of height while sleeping.” I pretend to fluff my hair.
“Impressive.” He chuckles and then points to the coffee maker with the spatula. “Coffee is done, mugs are above in the cabinet. Grab me a cup, will ya? Eggs will be done shortly, bacon is warming in the oven.”
I do as directed, thinking it’s kind of cute how he’s including me in on his little morning breakfast. “I didn’t even know you had eggs. I was expecting to hit up Dunkin’ Donuts or Tim Horton’s this morning.”
He turns off the stove and reaches for two plates from the dish rack. “I went to Walmart this morning. Picked up a few things.”
“This morning?” I pour two cups of coffee and turn toward him. “What time did you wake up?”
“Four thirty,” he answers casually. “Got a quick run in, did some weights, took a shower and then went to Walmart.” He fills our plates with bacon and eggs and then nods toward the dining room, plates and silverware in hand. “I have a surprise.”
I follow him to the dining room where he flips on the light and reveals a card table fold-out dining set.
“You got a table.” I chuckle, loving that it’s a fold-out card table with matching chairs. Anything is better than the floor.
“And placemats,” he adds, as he lifts two plastic placemats from one of the chairs. “The options were bleak so I went with dinosaurs for me and Trolls for you. Given the look of your morning hair, Trolls was the right choice.” Clever bastard. He sets them on the table and then puts our plates on top of them.
God, it’s too freaking cute. Chuckling, I take a seat and hand him his coffee. “Look at you getting all domestic. I never thought you would be a placemat kind of man, I stand corrected.”
He rests a napkin on his legs, which are spread drastically, almost the length of the table and leans over to fork some eggs into his mouth. “Didn’t want our food to damage the plastic of this high-class table.” I love the humor in his voice, it reminds me of all the good times we had, before the end of his relationship with Sadie.
“Smart man, you want this table to last.”
“Of course, you don’t see fine furniture like this in houses anymore. Everything has to be so sturdy. What ever happened to rickety furniture and living through a meal with the threat of your food possibly kissing the floor at any point in time?”
“The horror,” I joke.
He looks up at me. Some of his hair is still wet from his shower. Pointing his fork at me he says, “Are you ready to be schooled?”
“Schooled on what?” I take a bite of bacon and my stomach jumps in excitement for finally rewarding it for waking up early. All right, I will admit it, getting out of bed was a smart idea.
“It’s Monday, babe. DJ Hot Cock has his song picked and ready to show you what real music is.”
“When was my music taste ever questioned? I like good music.”
“We’ll see.” He reaches into his pocket and pulls out his phone. I watch as he flips through it until he lands on the song he wants to introduce me to. He presses play and sets his phone on the table. The light pickings of a guitar fill the small dining room. I don’t recognize the song, but I like the sound of it so far.
Just as I’m settling in to the sweet pickings of a guitar, the distinct voice of Zac Brown chimes in. I’ve known Tucker for loving EMO growing up, so his choice in a country song is very surprising to me, but when I look up at him, pure hometown country boy sitting across from me, it makes perfect sense.
And then the lyrics hit me. My Old Man. Zac sings about his father, hoping he’s proud of the man he’s become. I’m transported back to a dreary day in Whitney Point, where we grew up, when Sadie called me one Saturday morning. I was getting ready for the day. We were in middle school. Tucker’s dad was killed by a head-on collision, the dad Tucker just reconnected with, the dad Tucker had plans on moving in with to get away from his neglectful mom. Those next few days—and weeks—were a whirlwind of sorrow. Attending his funeral, my first ever funeral, seeing the look of devastation on Tucker’s face, wondering what he might be feeling, trying to channel his hurt, it was so much to take on as a teenager.
Glancing up, I take in Tucker’s expression. He’s lost in the music, in the words, just like me. When the song ends, I lean over and place my hand on his, our eyes meet and there is an unspoken understanding between us. I don’t have to say anything about his dad, about the tragedy we went through so many years ago together as friends. It’s all said between this silent exchange.

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MeghanQuinn
A BLONDE AT HEART

Born in New York and raised in Southern California, Meghan has grown into a sassy, peanut butter eating, blonde haired swearing, animal hoarding lady. She is known to bust out and dance if “It’s Raining Men” starts beating through the air and heaven forbid you get a margarita in her, protect your legs because they may be humped.

Once she started commuting for an hour and twenty minutes every day to work for three years, she began to have conversations play in her head, real life, deep male voices and dainty lady coos kind of conversations. Perturbed and confused, she decided to either see a therapist about the hot and steamy voices running through her head or start writing them down. She decided to go with the cheaper option and started writing… enter her first novel, Caught Looking.
​Now you can find the spicy, most definitely on the border of lunacy, kind of crazy lady residing in Colorado with the love of her life and her five, furry four legged children, hiking a trail or hiding behind shelves at grocery stores, wondering what kind of lube the nervous stranger will bring home to his wife. Oh and she loves a good boob squeeze!      

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          -harmattan- Naviarhaiku182 von sevenism   
dark dry storms occasional leaves . The Harmattan is a season in the West African subcontinent, which occurs between the end of November and the middle of March. It is characterized by dry and dusty northeasterly trade wind, of the same name, which blows from the Sahara Desert over West Africa into the Gulf of Guinea. A new haiku written by a member of Africa Haiku Network. Jamil Dan'bala Umar is a young teacher from Ghana and a regular contributor to the Mamba Haiku Journal. Seven days to translate a haiku poem into sounds: more info at http://www.naviarrecords.com/about/naviar-haiku DEADLINE: 5th July Poem by Jamil Dan'bala Umar https://twitter.com/Danbala Picture by Alexandra Seinet https://unsplash.com/@alexseinet
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Burning Bright (Billionaires in Disguise: Lizzy #4) by Blair Babylon

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The thrilling conclusion to Billionaires in Disguise: Lizzy is a whirlwind of suspense, shocking revelations, hysterical banter among girlfriends, and the healing power of love. When Lizzy runs away from a budding love affair and a different toxic relationship, she runs all the way to Paris. Both men show up in the City of Light, and she can’t escape the danger that follows.
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When you've left everything behind and run away, and you meet someone who promises to make you strong, sometimes you fall for him, and you fall hard. Lizzy saw both men at a Devilhouse party. Mannix was blue-eyed, an ex-football player, smoldering hot, and obviously taken. Theo was a prosecuting attorney, as sweet as his caramel eyes, and insisted that he wasn't a Dom. When Theo messes up their budding relationship by prying into her past, Mr. Smolder makes a play for Lizzy. Then Mannix tells her that he loves her, far too soon, and his proclivities take a turn for the disturbing. Lizzy begins to realize that she's falling too far, too fast, and too hard.

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Missionary Position by Daisy Prescott

"A captivating story about life, love, and an exciting and unintentional quest for self-discovery."

Selah Elmore is a confident, curvy woman who knows exactly who she is and what she wants. She loves her life being a professor and popular pirate erotica author. However, when she leaves the Pacific Northwest to spend six months studying sculpture in West Africa, she learns she doesn't know a thing about love.
Cocky, suit-wearing Gerhard charms her during a stopover in Amsterdam, but dashing, adventurous Kai sweeps her off her feet in Ghana.
Sparks fly on three continents when perpetually single Selah discovers there's more to love and life than she ever imagined.
Sex? Absolutely.
Love? Not my thing.
I didn't do love or butterflies, but I loved him.
I was screwed, and not in a good way.
Missionary Positionis the third novel in the Modern Love Stories series. It's a spin-off/standalone from Geoducks Are for Lovers. It isn't necessary to read that novel or Ready to Fall prior to reading this.  
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Random Acts of Hope by Julia Kent

The New York Timesbestselling series continues....
She dressed professionally, wearing a plum-colored fuzzy v-neck sweater that contoured to the swell of a rack I remembered so well, legs encased in a slim pencil skirt that embellished those creamy hips I could imagine naked with a flicker of memory, lips painted fire-engine red and that maniac-inducing fifties pin-up girl look that I'd dismissed as silly when the girls in college wore it - but that made her smoking hot.
Down, boy.
God damn Charlotte, my ex-girlfriend, had to be here, of all places. At a bachelorette party where I was a stripper, dressed in a cop uniform with pants that suddenly got way too tight.
And she had to be so fine.
"Ooooh, honey, you're one big officer," said a sultry voice behind me as I watched Charlotte in the other room, chatting with the bride.
A hand stroked my hip and hesitated before sliding a bit lower, filling a palm with my ass. "Arrest me, Officer. I've been a bad, bad girl."
With one look at the source of the voice, my night went from Oh, man to Oh, no.
That voice? That hand?
That was my mother.
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Random Acts of Hopeis the fourth book in the romantic comedy Randomseries, and features guitar player Liam McCarthy from the band, Random Acts of Crazy. Five years ago, Liam and his girlfriend, Charlotte Greyson, were deeply in love. When a betrayal eviscerates them both, each clings to their separate truths as an anchor to navigate the perfect storm.
But when the biggest ego in the band reconnects with the only woman who stole his heart, sparks fly in this sequel that asks whether you can believe in the impossible without sacrificing every ideal you hold - in order to find a love bigger than you ever imagined.
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Just One Night by Elle Casey

NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR, ELLE CASEY, presents the contemporary romance serial novel, JUST ONE NIGHT.
Part 1
Jennifer is sexually frustrated and disillusioned with love, a very dangerous combination. Convinced there's no such thing as Prince Charming, and against her best friend's better judgment, she places a personal ad seeking a one-night stand. No strings, no commitments, no second dates. Her goal? To restore her faith in men by setting up a single night of fantasy that can never be tainted by reality.
William is a busy executive, newly arrived in the United States from England. Life for him is all about minimizing complications. He doesn't have the time nor the inclination to share his life with anyone, to have obligations outside of work, or to become entangled in a relationship with an emotional basket case of a woman who’s desperately seeking her Prince Charming. But he does see the value in having an attractive woman in his arm for networking purposes ...
DUE TO SEXY SITUATIONS AND CONTENT, THIS BOOK IS DEFINITELY NOT APPROPRIATE FOR YOUNGER READERS
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Beyond Love and Hate: Wardham Novella #3.5 by Zoe York

Adversaries at work, Beth and Finn have long fought the undeniable chemistry between them. She wants babies and he wants freedom. It'll never work. But when a long day of work turns into a private night, fueled by wine and pent-up desire, everything changes.

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Complicated Girl by Mimi Strong

Opposites attract when a smart-mouthed florist meets a sophisticated dentist at her self-help group. Standalone novel, happy ending, no cliffhanger. Spice level: medium. Humor level: very funny!

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DATE: 30-07-2016
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 02-08-2016
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 06-08-2016
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MACHINE: 88-09-17-50-82

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 09-08-2016
SUCCESS: 08-80-06-15-58
MACHINE: 29-50-71-14-85

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 13-08-2016
SUCCESS: 09-51-33-10-28
MACHINE: 83-20-57-67-86

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 16-08-2016
SUCCESS: 21-40-73-74-14
MACHINE: 86-60-04-53-57

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 20-08-2016
SUCCESS: 01-22-71-74-65
MACHINE: 21-79-60-09-30

PREMIER : SUPER
DATE: 23-08-2016
SUCCESS : 04-34-48-62-33
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 27-08-2016
SUCCESS: 06-43-66-07-21
MACHINE: 85-37-62-08-75

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 30-08-2016
SUCCESS: 63-03-55-33-44
MACHINE: 30-28-22-21-73

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 03-09-2016
SUCCESS: 50-44-80-25-48
MACHINE: 43-30-47-74-70

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 06-09-2016
SUCCESS: 58-88-35-06-36
MACHINE: 11-49-80-68-70

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 10-09-2016
SUCCESS: 11-09-53-21-32
MACHINE: 77-82-20-61-83

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 13-09-2016
SUCCESS: 51-07-65-36-83
MACHINE: 52-19-13-61-85

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 17-09-2016
SUCCESS: 04-77-55-06-90
MACHINE: 73-83-24-85-02

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 20-09-2016
SUCCESS: 11-53-37-56-41
MACHINE: 71-44-38-79-86

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 24-09-2016
SUCCESS: 07-43-04-49-16
MACHINE: 10-12-14-41-01

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 27-09-2016
SUCCESS: 87-14-22-47-59
MACHINE: 65-29-04-17-09

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 01-10-2016
SUCCESS: 72-36-30-49-16
MACHINE: 76-85-74-80-75

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 04-10-2016
SUCCESS: 45-88-17-33-76
MACHINE: 43-58-04-37-40

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 08-10-2016
SUCCESS: 79-78-52-27-45
MACHINE: 11-81-83-24-08

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 11-10-2016
SUCCESS: 58-52-25-87-74
MACHINE: 66-44-40-12-63

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 15-10-2016
SUCCESS: 73-41-02-89-57
MACHINE: 27-64-88-54-78

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 18-10-2016
SUCCESS: 90-47-19-66-62
MACHINE: 60-46-50-44-64

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 22-10-2016
SUCCESS: 41-37-71-42-02
MACHINE: 22-73-08-63-61

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 25-10-2016
SUCCESS: 60-88-34-64-44
MACHINE: 06-45-05-58-28

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 29-10-2016
SUCCESS: 10-44-21-89-87
MACHINE: 82-13-04-90-34

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 01-11-2016
SUCCESS: 02-38-55-86-39
MACHINE: 64-12-90-16-60

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 05-11-2016
SUCCESS: 52-35-46-24-16
MACHINE: 72-71-38-50-90

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 12-11-2016
SUCCESS: 58-02-57-32-49
MACHINE: 51-82-16-80-11

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 15-11-2016
SUCCESS: 84-12-18-32-43
MACHINE: 78-90-83-02-28

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 19-11-2016
SUCCESS: 82-29-57-54-39
MACHINE: 13-11-05-20-01

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 22-11-2016
SUCCESS: 72-31-74-46-20
MACHINE: 84-81-41-04-48

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 26-11-2016
SUCCESS: 21-09-74-14-64
MACHINE: 54-08-71-33-88

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 29-11-2016
SUCCESS: 33-76-80-17-82
MACHINE: 02-51-22-45-08

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 03-12-2016
SUCCESS: 68-75-81-06-72
MACHINE: 07-88-29-43-86

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 06-12-2016
SUCCESS: 46-66-70-20-40
MACHINE: 55-85-07-75-63

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 10-12-2016
SUCCESS: 21-27-31-12-71
MACHINE: 38-59-28-67-60

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 13-12-2016
SUCCESS: 15-10-66-32-63
MACHINE: 72-02-71-86-41

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 17-12-2016
SUCCESS: 47-82-27-46-80
MACHINE: 09-48-81-58-31

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE:20-12-2016
SUCCESS: 56-86-81-11-15
MACHINE: 47-02-22-06-48

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 24-12-2016
SUCCESS: 65-45-28-73-64
MACHINE: 78-52-86-58-68

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 27-12-2016
SUCCESS: 59-69-50-20-46
MACHINE: 24-84-68-39-26

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 31-12-2016
SUCCESS: 89-19-14-18-65
MACHINE: 22-44-27-25-53

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 03-01-2017
SUCCESS: 55-10-35-40-88
MACHINE: 42-69-19-18-08

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 07-01-2017
SUCCESS: 21-05-16-46-40
MACHINE: 22-69-84-86-10

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 10-01-2017
SUCCESS: 84-87-68-48-32
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 14-01-2017
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 17-01-2017
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 21-01-2017
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MACHINE: 86-51-65-08-24

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 24-01-2017
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MACHINE: 62-82-58-53-22

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 28-01-2017
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 31-01-2017
SUCCESS: 24-72-71-63-42
MACHINE: 78-32-80-31-90

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 04-02-2017
SUCCESS: 85-04-84-52-88
MACHINE: 86-14-57-22-41

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 07-02-2017
SUCCESS: 17-41-31-46-29
MACHINE: 76-28-72-79-66

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 11-02-2017
SUCCESS: 36-11-77-85-33
MACHINE: 72-25-57-71-87

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 14-02-2017
SUCCESS: 50-61-89-87-01
MACHINE: 68-06-09-55-35

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 18-02-2017
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MACHINE: 67-70-83-55-08

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 21-02-2017
SUCCESS: 22-19-51-40-09
MACHINE: 54-87-77-32-67

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 25-02-2017
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MACHINE: 66-28-32-43-04

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 28-02-2017
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MACHINE: 59-66-82-38-87

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 04-03-2017
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MACHINE: 72-18-09-43-81

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 07-03-2017
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MACHINE: 88-01-49-46-84

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 11-03-2017
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 14-03-2017
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 18-03-2017
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 21-03-2017
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MACHINE: 68-84-69-88-39

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 25-03-2017
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MACHINE: 10-49-27-37-76

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 28-03-2017
SUCCESS: 31-15-82-88-65
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PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 01-04-2017
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MACHINE: 42-63-28-53-82

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 04-04-2017
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MACHINE: 47-12-24-07-65

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DATE: 08-04-2017
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MACHINE: 63-48-53-47-29

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DATE: 15-04-2017
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DATE: 18-04-2017
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MACHINE: 75-68-52-80-14

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 22-04-2017
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MACHINE: 19-88-31-57-90

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 25-04-2017
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MACHINE: 53-38-24-14-25

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 29-04-2017
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MACHINE: 21-19-68-43-28

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 02-05-2017
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MACHINE: 70-30-02-86-43

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 06-05-2017
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MACHINE: 73-58-24-17-35

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 09-05-2017
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MACHINE: 55-56-31-76-36

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 13-05-2017
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MACHINE: 56-46-05-78-55

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 16-05-2017
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PREMIER: SUPER
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MACHINE: 71-52-39-46-83

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MACHINE: 36-56-52-39-57

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DATE: 27-05-2017
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MACHINE: 36-56-52-39-57

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MACHINE: 43-53-54-27-86

PREMIER: SUPER
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MACHINE: 08-70-69-64-10

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MACHINE: 43-67-79-21-09

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MACHINE: 82-12-77-81-85

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MACHINE: 81-80-07-11-74

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MACHINE: 27-51-20-30-80

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DATE: 24-06-2017
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MACHINE: 21-83-57-09-15

PREMIER: SUPER
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SUCCESS: 89-07-71-73-84
MACHINE: 65-34-67-46-40

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SUCCESS: 24-85-41-09-83
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MACHINE: 58-90-32-62-37

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MACHINE: 84-03-26-69-34

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MACHINE: 35-04-86-16-52

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MACHINE: 35-09-68-85-15

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MACHINE: 57-07-66-86-13

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MACHINE: 45-86-56-70-14

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MACHINE: 65-12-72-26-27

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MACHINE: 88-73-55-03-02

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MACHINE: 13-29-07-84-76

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 08-25-40-61-45
MACHINE: 86-78-85-74-10

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 08-12-2016
SUCCESS: 31-81-73-90-29
MACHINE: 20-49-37-02-58

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 43-06-36-31-73
MACHINE: 47-19-74-54-24

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 15-12-2016
SUCCESS: 03-13-20-56-29
MACHINE: 64-78-40-38-16

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 14-82-01-62-72
MACHINE: 74-68-73-32-71

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 26-81-41-04-64
MACHINE: 47-42-18-03-23

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SUCCESS: 63-56-16-46-49
MACHINE: 77-71-26-09-35

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 34-69-04-38-31
MACHINE: 46-44-79-17-01

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 55-03-33-53-86
MACHINE: 56-26-36-39-45

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 05-01-2017
SUCCESS: 59-36-47-60-54
MACHINE: 11-40-44-38-25

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 07-01-2017
SUCCESS: 32-54-42-29-39
MACHINE: 86-03-40-52-31

PREMIER: FAIR CHANCE
DATE: 12-01-2017
SUCCESS: 41-05-77-89-16
MACHINE: 13-57-04-35-78

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 14-01-2017
SUCCESS: 01-30-15-89-43
MACHINE: 63-62-48-07-05

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 28-11-70-14-37
MACHINE: 51-27-54-45-73

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 43-28-69-67-77
MACHINE: 11-44-46-07-20

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
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SUCCESS: 57-80-25-62-81
MACHINE: 89-44-13-11-76

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 28-01-2017
SUCCESS: 51-53-64-67-65
MACHINE: 81-45-63-04-19

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 02-02-2017
SUCCESS: 90-74-42-07-09
MACHINE: 48-61-60-18-15

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 04-02-2017
SUCCESS: 04-82-49-89-53
MACHINE: 37-22-84-38-44

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 09-02-2017
SUCCESS: 45-15-66-41-76
MACHINE: 47-30-60-33-64

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 11-02-2017
SUCCESS: 58-78-36-43-87
MACHINE: 61-35-88-27-11

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 16-02-2017
SUCCESS: 09-89-64-75-39
MACHINE: 37-69-72-84-06

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 18-02-2017
SUCCESS: 73-29-68-69-58
MACHINE: 51-55-46-47-10

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 23-02-2017
SUCCESS: 39-29-16-30-13
MACHINE: 59-55-86-85-45

PREMIER: FAIRCHANCE
DATE: 25-02-2017
SUCCESS: 05-45-89-31-70
MACHINE: 61-10-87-63-56

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PREMIER: JACKPOT
30-06-2017
SUC: 56-49-3-66-45
MAC: 80-37-70-28-53
Balance: 51

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FFN: 56-30-01-57-38
LFN: 29-09-03-31-49
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PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 30-12-2016
SUCCESS: 37-60-15-70-05
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PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 06-01-2017
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PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 13-01-2017
SUCCESS: 88-76-28-16-90
MACHINE: 77-78-27-55-60

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 20-01-2017
SUCCESS: 25-54-86-79-66
MACHINE: 38-20-70-12-69

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 27-01-2017
SUCCESS: 87-22-65-80-53
MACHINE: 37-12-33-59-89

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 03-02-2017
SUCCESS: 13-61-46-39-37
MACHINE: 25-57-79-22-21

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 10-02-2017
SUCCESS: 37-50-41-59-86
MACHINE: 52-30-18-83-73

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 17-02-2017
SUCCESS: 41-34-24-70-46
MACHINE: 57-50-28-47-72

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 24-02-2017
SUCCESS: 63-90-26-20-87
MACHINE: 37-22-80-83-84

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 03-03-2017
SUCCESS: 79-67-88-72-64
MACHINE: 06-65-37-49-80

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 10-03-2017
SUCCESS: 08-44-40-85-21
MACHINE: 53-47-90-11-54

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 17-03-2017
SUCCESS: 43-26-89-58-71
MACHINE: 37-35-81-90-61

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 24-03-2017
SUCCESS: 05-65-02-18-36
MACHINE: 66-28-84-52-54

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 31-03-2017
SUCCESS: 51-49-55-09-64
MACHINE: 46-75-50-58-61

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 07-04-2017
SUCCESS: 54-52-20-88-27
MACHINE: 26-36-12-75-14

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 14-04-2017
SUCCESS: 51-84-66-68-17
MACHINE: 69-35-10-46-56

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 21-04-2017
SUCCESS: 85-28-57-31-62
MACHINE: 26-42-59-66-88

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 28-04-2017
SUCCESS: 20-71-54-24-59
MACHINE: 65-75-74-56-33

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 05-05-2017
SUCCESS: 43-81-04-12-13
MACHINE: 42-78-56-10-69

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 12-05-2017
SUCCESS: 77-17-53-06-46
MACHINE: 86-62-25-58-07

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 19-05-2017
SUCCESS: 38-12-66-62-65
MACHINE: 63-33-32-82-34

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 26-05-2017
SUCCESS: 79-75-29-05-26
MACHINE: 56-24-89-37-11

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 02-06-2017
SUCCESS: 83-66-31-76-65
MACHINE: 47-68-55-21-06

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 09-06-2017
SUCCESS: 62-08-65-23-03
MACHINE: 84-29-35-73-56

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 16-06-2017
SUCCESS: 75-77-85-28-31
MACHINE: 53-65-34-06-48

PREMIER: ROYAL
DATE: 23-06-2017
SUCCESS: 17-03-45-59-51
MACHINE: 46-79-33-77-26
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DATE: 27-02-2017
SUCCESS: 32-10-29 49-85
MACHINE: 39-77-19-65-80

PREMIER: METRO
PREMIER: 03-03-2017
SUCCESS: 05-17-25-33-12
MACHINE: 39-45-72-54-04

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 06-03-2017
SUCCESS: 85-41-88-39-13
MACHINE: 46-61-84-79-25

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 10-03-2017
SUCCESS: 63-14-85-03-67
MACHINE: 53-52-37-33-87

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 13-03-2017
SUCCESS: 24-75-03-21-85
MACHINE: 55-01-26-42-49

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 17-03-2017
SUCCESS: 07-08-28-75-30
MACHINE: 36-60-29-70-55

PREMIER: METRO
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SUCCESS: 85-45-83-37-50
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PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 24-03-2017
SUCCESS: 71-11-15-21-48
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PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 27-03-2017
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PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 31-03-2017
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PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 03-04-2017
SUCCESS: 75-16-11-40-49
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PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 07-04-2017
SUCCESS: 88-24-50-07-03
MACHINE: 83-27-87-67-04

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 10-04-2017
SUCCESS: 51-42-30-58-14
MACHINE: 29-05-16-39-44

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 14-04-2017
SUCCESS: 71-40-39-56-42
MACHINE: 20-66-43-61-32

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 17-04-2017
SUCCESS: 64-82-67-18-43
MACHINE: 31-54-16-09-76

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 21-04-2017
SUCCESS: 88-22-53-62-58
MACHINE: 07-63-52-06-48

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 24-04-2017
SUCCESS: 23-81-68-55-27
MACHINE: 25-45-84-10-87

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 28-04-2017
SUCCESS: 86-17-02-66-09
MACHINE: 24-03-40-10-75

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 01-05-2017
SUCCESS: 56-11-41-34-65
MACHINE: 78-44-03-48-25

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 05-05-2017
SUCCESS: 84-59-21-42-14
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PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 08-05-2017
SUCCESS: 09-88-19-51-31
MACHINE: 48-57-42-62-34

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 12-05-2017
SUCCESS: 37-51-25-38-40
MACHINE: 67-20-22-84-53

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 15-05-2017
SUCCESS: 45-48-62-90-07
MACHINE: 89-55-44-80-04

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 19-05-2017
SUCCESS: 48-63-29-01-08
MACHINE: 35-36-39-12-49

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 22-05-2017
SUCCESS: 90-51-86-02-81
MACHINE: 05-71-41-85-35

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 26-05-2017
SUCCESS: 69-29-83-50-23
MACHINE: 43-90-78-21-02

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 29-05-2017
SUCCESS: 41-40-55-28-03
MACHINE: 79-08-06-43-49

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 02-06-2017
SUCCESS: 03-41-12-79-30
MACHINE: 70-48-04-89-22

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 05-06-2017
SUCCESS: 59-32-34-57-29
MACHINE: 70-54-84-76-86

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 09-06-2017
SUCCESS: 52-85-35-13-90
MACHINE: 62-29-60-41-77

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 12-06-2017
SUCCESS: 57-56-20-21-85
MACHINE: 67-04-36-60-52

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 16-06-2017
SUCCESS: 47-70-01-73-39
MACHINE: 71-54-83-11-12

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 19-06-2017
SUCCESS: 59-22-43-68-63
MACHINE: 06-56-01-74-07

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 23-06-2017
SUCCESS: 33-10-66-14-24
MACHINE: 73-01-76-29-71

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 26-06-2017
SUCCESS: 64-20-06-47-28
MACHINE: 78-27-86-23-61
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PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 21-02-2017
SUCCESS: 68-90-44-45-18
MACHINE: 19-58-57-81-51

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 24-02-2017
SUCCESS: 51-11-40-03-90
MACHINE: 54-63-49-24-74

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 28-02-2017
SUCCESS: 03-02-09-25-85
MACHINE: 58-29-23-48-61

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 03-03-2017
SUCCESS: 44-32-40-69-28
MACHINE: 09-59-55-68-49

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 07-03-2017
SUCCESS: 40-26-23-83-32
MACHINE: 37-67-69-65-52

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 10-03-2017
SUCCESS: 64-86-35-27-41
MACHINE: 51-33-60-68-85

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 14-03-2017
SUCCESS: 83-64-61-86-60
MACHINE: 44-84-32-20-58

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 17-03-2017
SUCCESS: 52-01-66-56-37
MACHINE: 04-54-15-06-16

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 21-03-2017
SUCCESS: 79-39-53-56-45
MACHINE: 20-59-83-65-06

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 24-03-2017
SUCCESS: 06-26-70-67-35
MACHINE: 69-34-21-88-29

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 28-03-2017
SUCCESS: 35-80-22-27-51
MACHINE: 33-61-23-42-77

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 31-03-2017
SUCCESS: 10-70-07-74-44
MACHINE: 05-81-30-11-86

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 04-04-2017
SUCCESS: 11-34-90-39-28
MACHINE: 32-17-64-48-52

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 07-04-2017
SUCCESS: 71-24-67-89-54
MACHINE: 61-29-48-86-50

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 11-04-2017
SUCCESS: 46-89-01-88-68
MACHINE: 74-37-12-10-39

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 14-04-2017
SUCCESS: 86-45-09-46-43
MACHINE: 83-28-76-79-21

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 18-04-2017
SUCCESS: 73-64-39-50-23
MACHINE: 41-14-48-19-04

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 21-04-2017
SUCCESS: 56-07-13-12-06
MACHINE: 23-38-73-15-47

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 25-04-2017
SUCCESS: 31-12-71-08-34
MACHINE: 26-25-28-81-20

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 28-04-2017
SUCCESS: 04-88-06-62-57
MACHINE: 27-13-50-48-26

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 02-05-2017
SUCCESS: 85-66-58-77-35
MACHINE: 20-79-22-75-74

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 05-05-2017
SUCCESS: 22-67-33-70-82
MACHINE: 12-31-25-51-19

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 09-05-2017
SUCCESS: 07-04-35-73-32
MACHINE: 18-55-74-30-79

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 12-05-2017
SUCCESS: 68-50-12-80-49
MACHINE: 48-41-08-56-53

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 16-05-2017
SUCCESS: 88-28-70-12-02
MACHINE: 69-77-06-90-41

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 19-05-2017
SUCCESS: 71-61-33-58-49
MACHINE: 62-76-70-25-36

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 23-05-2017
SUCCESS: 52-21-87-42-86
MACHINE: 41-44-54-32-30

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 26-05-2017
SUCCESS: 64-41-74-79-16
MACHINE: 24-05-37-23-54

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 30-05-2017
SUCCESS: 10-83-68-84-50
MACHINE: 46-86-87-40-06

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 02-06-2017
SUCCESS: 41-60-71-50-30
MACHINE: 53-06-45-37-24

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 6-6-2017
SUCCESS: 06-73-79-74-25
MACHINE: 81-45-71-34-29

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 09-06-2017
SUCCESS: 82-84-15-40-17
MACHINE: 10-24-58-51-65

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 13-06-2017
SUCCESS: 54-08-42-33-45
MACHINE: 76-48-03-79-30

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 16-06-2017
SUCCESS: 01-46-85-20-07
MACHINE: 69-41-10-39-86

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 20-06-2017
SUCCESS: 75-17-34-45-74
MACHINE: 41-87-73-79-18

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 23-06-2017
SUCCESS: 52-19-11-68-79
MACHINE: 03-04-62-22-53

PREMIER: GOLD
DATE: 27-06-2017
SUCCESS: 34-20-36-22-86
MACHINE: 23-61-30-02-05
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PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 21-02-2017
SUCCESS: 65-74-40-53-37
MACHINE: 76-07-36-27-18

PREMIER JACKPOT
DATE: 24-02-2017
SUCCESS: 51-83-80-44-03
MACHINE: 82-07-55-76-04

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 28-02-2017
SUCCESS: 23-66-61-57-87
MACHINE: 49-44-82-08-90

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 03-03-2017
SUCCESS: 33-22-11-12-89
MACHINE: 74-55-58-46-45

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 07-03-2017
SUCCESS: 36-04-89-80-01
MACHINE: 15-06-60-52-87

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 10-03-2017
SUCCESS: 31-42-50-01-37
MACHINE: 03-79-25-46-82

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 14-03-2017
SUCCESS: 67-66-56-10-77
MACHINE: 41-58-30-65-44

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 17-03-2017
SUCCESS: 86-54-22-05-17
MACHINE: 49-47-68-08-35

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 21-03-2017
SUCCESS: 22-56-04-73-70
MACHINE: 24-76-19-54-63

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 24-03-2017
SUCCESS: 09-03-27-69-55
MACHINE: 47-86-53-51-50

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 28-03-2017
SUCCESS: 74-21-75-54-22
MACHINE: 41-18-89-09-33

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 31-03-2017
SUCCESS: 78-89-27-30-71
MACHINE: 53-90-49-03-21

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 04-04-2017
SUCCESS: 20-19-21-31-56
MACHINE: 70-82-57-29-06

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 07-04-2017
SUCCESS: 51-16-57-22-87
MACHINE: 78-64-07-15-32

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 11-04-2017
SUCCESS: 59-01-15-50-73
MACHINE: 06-43-41-54-09

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 14-04-2017
SUCCESS: 18-05-43-19-37
MACHINE: 45-53-78-77-31

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE:18-04-2017
SUCCESS: 11-09-56-30-02
MACHINE: 58-10-90-14-69

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 21-04-2017
SUCCESS: 16-79-8-18-89
MACHINE: 39-5-34-83-01

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 25-04-2017
SUCCESS: 27-42-54-04-72
MACHINE: 61-18-13-73-81

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 28-04-2017
SUCCESS: 61-45-78-31-81
MACHINE: 44-28-14-59-57

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 02-05-2017
SUCCESS: 73-63-04-55-34
MACHINE: 64-71-68-52-22

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 05-05-2017
SUCCESS: 44-17-42-47-11
MACHINE: 06-57-30-59-37

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 09-05-2017
SUCCESS: 12-44-37-36-72
MACHINE: 60-33-43-05-11

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 12-05-2017
SUCCESS: 03-34-43-48-35
MACHINE: 82-79-62-72-02

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 16-05-2017
SUCCESS: 58-61-88-41-76
MACHINE: 82-51-63-54-26

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 19-05-2017
SUCCESS: 74-52-59-27-31
MACHINE: 86-62-39-69-84

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 23-05-2017
SUCCESS: 30-26-19-63-46
MACHINE: 66-85-38-23-36

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 26-05-2017
SUCCESS: 12-89-36-78-39
MACHINE: 82-65-71-46-21

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 30-05-2017
SUCCESS: 86-39-15-08-79
MACHINE: 81-16-77-60-53

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 02-06-2017
SUCCESS: 87-61-81-23-66
MACHINE: 31-84-11-78-22

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 06-06-2017
SUCCESS: 54-04-19-11-64
MACHINE: 88-74-34-30-50

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 09-06-2017
SUCCESS: 60-28-89-44-32
MACHINE: 10-63-26-03-08

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 13-06-2017
SUCCESS: 02-61-37-85-72
MACHINE: 42-88-74-59-07

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 16-06-2017
SUCCESS: 51-23-07-68-33
MACHINE: 81-69-48-63-88

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 20-06-2017
SUCCESS: 29-67-66-39-80
MACHINE: 44-75-09-03-07

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 23-06-2017
SUCCESS: 54-14-77-30-08
MACHINE: 50-70-32-17-05

PREMIER: JACKPOT
DATE: 27-06-2017
SUCCESS: 46-58-08-80-06
MACHINE: 21-53-19-25-29
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GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 23-12-2016
SUCCESS: 29-69-07-28-68
MACHINE: 17-23-13-54-85

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 30-12-2016
SUCCESS: 32-33-75-40-69
MACHINE: 10-26-05-03-82

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 06-01-2017
SUCCESS: 74-59-46-33-71
MACHINE: 87-45-70-24-78

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 13-01-2017
SUCCESS: 82-21-62-07-77
MACHINE: 39-48-10-49-57

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 20-01-2017
SUCCESS: 31-28-42-65-81
MACHINE: 06-20-63-88-17

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 27-01-2017
SUCCESS: 52-65-90-39-36
MACHINE: 64-81-29-14-35

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 03-02-2017
SUCCESS: 48-51-80-27-78
MACHINE: 18-24-31-26-58

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 10-02-2017
SUCCESS: 22-57-29-87-06
MACHINE: 55-44-56-28-05

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 17-02-2017
SUCCESS 17-75-79-73-71
MACHINE: 02-24-55-16-81

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 24-02-2017
SUCCESS: 76-33-63-35-43
MACHINE: 46-18-66-17-57

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 03-03-2017
SUCCESS: 73-41-10-33-08
MACHINE: 30-02-46-06-89

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 10-03-2017
SUCCESS: 11-64-65-45-61
MACHINE: 14-15-03-85-21

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 17-03-2017
SUCCESS: 51-29-42-09-17
MACHINE: 04-05-87-90-78

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 24-03-2017
SUCCESS: 77-57-18-48-88
MACHINE: 38-42-26-72-35

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 31-03-2017
SUCCESS: 15-76-11-26-21
MACHINE: 71-59-43-72-02

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 07-04-2017
SUCCESS: 65-49-48-23-50
MACHINE: 78-68-09-45-32

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 14-04-2017
SUCCESS: 00-00-00-00-00
MACHINE: 00-00-00-00-00

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 21-04-2017
SUCCESS: 56-61-78-08-10
MACHINE: 30-62-23-81-50

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 28-04-2017
SUCCESS: 67-42-26-76-65
MACHINE: 05-25-48-47-63

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 5-5-2017
SUCCESS: 16-17-47-21-37
MACHINE: 49-58-30-63-88

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 12-05-2017
SUCCESS: 39-49-88-15-30
MACHINE: 90-44-47-02-66

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 19-05-2017
SUCCESS: 64-89-15-14-36
MACHINE: 23-61-11-59-27

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 26-5-2017
SUCCESS: 72-73-40-23-21
MACHINE: 46-90-65-06-45

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 02-06-2017
SUCCESS: 44-10-32-33-26
MACHINE: 85-80-17-29-01

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 09-06-2017
SUCCESS: 18-62-13-58-63
MACHINE: 30-12-59-57-39

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 16-06-2017
SUCCESS: 27-68-13-48-71
MACHINE: 66-09-89-46-81

GHANA: BONANZA
DATE: 23-06-2017
SUCCESS: 45-60-81-43-07
MACHINE: 76-30-82-75-89
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PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 03-03-2017
SUCCESS: 01-46-64-31-17
MACHINE: 49-84-22-18-87

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 08-03-2017
SUCCESS: 25-74-08-60-75
MACHINE: 44-46-30-19-82

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 10-03-2017
SUCCESS: 26-36-17-46-84
MACHINE: 57-40-35-80-31

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 15-03-2017
SUCCESS: 48-50-16-53-75
MACHINE: 07-34-51-21-52

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 17-03-2017
SUCCESS: 12-44-64-74-17
MACHINE: 38-87-28-01-40

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 22-03-2017
SUCCESS: 36-02-47-35-79
MACHINE: 90-39-15-53-37

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 24-03-2017
SUCCESS: 54-03-46-35-25
MACHINE: 58-87-84-81-20

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 29-03-2017
SUCCESS: 27-49-30-63-62
MACHINE: 24-31-46-66-12

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 31-03-2017
SUCCESS: 56-54-04-80-44
MACHINE: 60-34-12-82-27

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 05-04-2017
SUCCESS: 33-89-81-03-23
MACHINE: 31-42-80-67-41

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 07-04-2017
SUCCESS: 36-34-24-90-59
MACHINE: 52-01-21-85-18

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 12-04-2017
SUCCESS: 17-80-52-51-67
MACHINE: 05-74-77-58-37

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 14-04-2017
SUCCESS: 80-75-20-02-82
MACHINE: 21-58-09-88-16

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 19-04-2017
SUCCESS: 83-37-23-42-07
MACHINE:: 08-14-75-21-55

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 21-04-2017
SUCCESS: 48-33-23-27-85
MACHINE: 03-39-68-07-76

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 26-04-2017
SUCCESS: 71-59-31-26-78
MACHINE: 28-58-18-19-73

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 28-04-2017
SUCCESS: 54-81-35-15-86
MACHINE: 29-72-24-38-19

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 03-05-2017
SUCCESS: 24-73-34-35-66
MACHINE: 39-90-50-29-54

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 05-05-2017
SUCCESS: 14-21-78-50-69
MACHINE: 46-40-41-66-39

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 10-05-2017
SUCCESS: 29-36-79-83-88
MACHINE: 84-03-80-21-41

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 12-5-217
SUCCESS: 60-72-59-27-18
MACHINE: 36-56-26-40-37

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 17-05-2017
SUCCESS: 84-45-33-39-46
MACHINE: 48-32-12-29-66

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 19-05-2017
SUCCESS: 83-73-12-29-18
MACHINE: 19-40-08-80-25

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 24-05-2017
SUCCESS: 48-57-60-16-58
MACHINE: 90-62-47-79-34

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 26-05-2017
SUCCESS: 62-11-44-10-31
MACHINE: 04-63-53-89-07

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 31-05-2017
SUCCESS: 04-24-73-12-53
MACHINE: 14-15-08-65-60

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 02-06-2017
SUCCESS: 40-26-02-55-01
MACHINE: 41-49-43-06-77

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 07-06-2017
SUCCESS: 69-64-62-09-15
MACHINE: 47-30-44-13-31

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 09-06-2017
SUCCESS: 80-53-20-51-63
MACHINE: 43-27-42-08-39

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 14-06-2017
SUCCESS: 11-76-83-79-68
MACHINE: 45-16-69-01-46

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 16-06-2017
SUCCESS: 39-54-35-20-53
MACHINE: 89-44-80-13-65

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 21-06-2017
SUCCESS: 87-60-21-26-75
MACHINE: 78-55-37-23-58

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 23-06-2017
SUCCESS: 35-89-33-57-73
MACHINE: 83-45-19-10-27

PREMIER: VAG
DATE: 28-06-2017
SUCCESS: 66-46-78-19-52
MACHINE: 83-58-18-80-34
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          GHANA-AND-PREMIER-RESULTS    


INTER : 29-06-2017
PREMIER ALERTS
WN 80-54-9-59-12
MC 7-84-58-39-28
BAL: 22 unil

GHANA FORTUNE
DATE: 29-06-2017
WIN: 1-46-29-34-54
MAC: 66-60-87-23-07
Diamond dropped here

PREMIER: BINGO
29-06-2017
SUC: 33-28-13-76-71
MAC: 82-90-48-89-25
Balance: 7
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          PAST RESULTS UPDATES    


PAST RESULT ON THURSDAY
DATE: 29••06••2017 #FLWC©
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GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 07-07-2016
SUCCESS: 80-72-66-42-31
MACHINE: 22-10-41-37-65

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 14-07-2016
SUCCESS: 85- 49- 12- 35- 84
MACHINE: 76- 41- 26- 10- 42

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 21-07-2016
SUCCESS: 56-88-62-19-49
MACHINE: 05-03-37-34-23

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 28-07-2016
SUCCESS: 75-58-81-04-56
MACHINE: 55-27-64-61-07

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 04-08-2016
SUCCESS: 74-15-75-42-82
MACHINE: 80-46-56-14-22

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 11-08-2016
SUCCESS: 48-44-15-39-69
MACHINE: 74-22-47-51-02

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 18-08-2016
SUCCESS: 69-42-41-46-07
MACHINE: 79-21-67-17-85

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 25-08-2016
SUCCESS: 07-09-28-82-67
MACHINE: 11-05-34-81-13

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 01-09-2016
SUCCESS: 46-11-64-14-82
MACHINE: 56 -52-61-25-90

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 08-09-2016
SUCCESS: 86-61-06-46-69
MACHINE: 35-24-49-85-32

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 15-09-2016
SUCCESS: 29-50-74-55-23
MACHINE: 20-63-13-68-64

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 22-09-2016
SUCCESS: 84-59-39-29-08
MACHINE: 74-33-19-76-03

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 29-09-2016
SUCCESS: 17-46-04-74-35
MACHINE: 42-03-61-75-14

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 06-10-2016
SUCCESS: 21-52-08-42-45
MACHINE: 20-55-77-88-48

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 13-10-2016
SUCCESS: 24-02-59-90-20
MACHINE: 53-62-81-29-76

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 20-10-2016
SUCCESS: 57-68-13-16-41
MACHINE: 86-78-11-56-03

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
DATE: 27-10-2016
SUCCESS: 51-65-54-69-49
MACHINE: 06-53-35-83-50

GOLDEN CHANCE: MORNING DEW
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DATE: 5-1-2017
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PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 09-01-2017
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PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 12-01-2017
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PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 16-01-2017
SUCCESS: 24-34-68-22-03
MACHINE: 40-51-65-18-62

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 19-01-2017
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MACHINE: 54-71-53-80-14

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 23-01-2017
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PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 26-01-2017
SUCCESS: 61-63-73-15-43
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PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 30-01-2017
SUCCESS: 78-87-19-81-70
MACHINE: 22-74-34-33-60

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 02-02-2017
SUCCESS: 05-63-28-33-32
MACHINE: 81-61-74-66-58

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 06-02-2017
SUCCESS: 79-73-16-07-23
MACHINE: 30-13-74-24-09

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 09-02-2017
SUCCESS: 29-46-22-60-20
MACHINE: 21-40-86-85-55

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 13-02-2017
SUCCESS: 47-37-58-65-55
MACHINE: 16-70-18-22-40

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 16-02-2017
SUCCESS: 53-20-43-26-90
MACHINE: 68-74-36-40-67

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 20-02-2017
SUCCESS: 45-38-25-89-32
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PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 23-02-2017
SUCCESS: 82-28-57-72-47
MACHINE: 73-84-80-86-33

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 27-02-2017
SUCCESS: 17-41-67-82-77
MACHINE: 22-31-58-76-32

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 02-03-2017
SUCCESS: 18-29-78-90-01
MACHINE: 07-26-15-31-84

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 06-03-2017
SUCCESS: 44-88-51-56-29
MACHINE: 78-53-36-42-19

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 09-03-2017
SUCCESS: 70-61-06-13-53
MACHINE: 09-31-79-57-88

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 13-03-2017
SUCCESS: 16-40-39-69-90
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PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 16-03-2017
SUCCESS: 41-56-49-81-31
MACHINE: 21-10-59-38-47

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 20-03-2017
SUCCESS: 18-44-55-25-22
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DATE:23-03-2017
SUCCESS: 52-63-78-22-33
MACHINE: 24-13-65-87-58

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 27-03-2017
SUCCESS: 70-47-90-87-23
MACHINE: 79-89-14-74-86

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 30-03-2017
SUCCESS: 58-41-05-56-25
MACHINE: 31-33-84-80-06

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 03-04-2017
SUCCESS: 65-83-04-14-60
MACHINE: 62-22-61-71-86

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 06-04-2017
SUCCESS: 43-72-49-50-83
MACHINE: 24-14-06-26-11

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 10-04-2017
SUCCESS: 30-58-90-18-02
MACHINE: 59-77-57-49-67

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 13-04-2017
SUCCESS: 63-31-19-90-26
MACHINE: 51-65-69-74-43

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 17-04-2017
SUCCESS: 81-17-14-21-83
MACHINE: 77-30-60-05-11

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 20-04-2017
SUCCESS: 48-18-90-07-43
MACHINE: 55-06-09-30-41

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 24-04-2017
SUCCESS: 57-74-04-10-54
MACHINE: 56-47-70-11-61

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 27-04-2017
SUCCESS: 60-58-40-62-56
MACHINE: 07-39-74-31-52

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 01-05-2017
SUCCESS: 10-28-71-88-57
MACHINE: 27-63-72-33-61

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 04-05-2017
SUCCESS: 12-64-20-09-65
MACHINE: 59-49-25-22-79

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 08-05-2017
SUCCESS: 13-21-56-30-36
MACHINE: 18-03-66-76-33

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 11-05-2017
SUCCESS: 46-44-84-66-16
MACHINE: 53-22-75-70-25

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 15-05-2017
SUCCESS: 22-17-51-83-28
MACHINE: 61-86-12-16-54

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 18-05-2017
SUCCESS: 53-81-47-84-46
MACHINE: 08-49-82-35-29

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 22-05-2017
SUCCESS: 17-11-44-09-63
MACHINE: 41-38-64-31-12

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 25-05-2017
SUCCESS: 33-01-04-38-65
MACHINE: 84-30-48-35-82

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 29-05-2017
SUCCESS: 44-01-15-26-60
MACHINE: 39-29-23-28-90

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 01-06-2017
SUCCESS: 14-20-55-54-51
MACHINE: 56-09-48-46-15

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 05-06-2017
SUCCESS: 02-74-68-42-22
MACHINE: 76-30-53-43-45

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 08-06-2017
SUCCESS: 70-52-09-53-41
MACHINE: 06-14-36-82-21

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 12-06-2017
SUCCESS: 42-39-07-18-02
MACHINE: 83-89-59-23-47

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 15-06-2017
SUCCESS: 48-30-52-25-84
MACHINE: 47-07-04-35-22

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 19-06-2017
SUCCESS: 37-89-44-61-54
MACHINE: 64-46-55-67-49

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 22-06-2017
SUCCESS: 03-87-50-26-47
MACHINE: 14-56-18-70-09

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 26-06-2017
SUCCESS: 47-81-43-79-35
MACHINE: 11-70-63-03-10
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MACHINE: 83-17-40-06-78

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DATE: 01-08-2016
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MACHINE: 83-42-25-15-78

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DATE: 04-08-2016
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PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 08-08-2016
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MACHINE: 59-49-32-85-56

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 11-08-2016
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MACHINE: 37-29-70-58-12

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 15-08-2016
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MACHINE: 02-47-25-85-43

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 18-08-2016
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MACHINE: 70-20-16-64-68

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 22-08-2016
SUCCESS: 37-41-56-65-66
MACHINE: 52-11-68-90-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 25-08-2016
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PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 29-08-2016
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DATE: 01-09-2016
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MACHINE: 77-47-65-42-19

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DATE: 05-09-2016
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PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 08-09-2016
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MACHINE: 40-38-68-04-87

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DATE: 12-09-2016
SUCCESS: 23-83-60-39-35
MACHINE: 80-49-06-86-79

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 15-09-2016
SUCCESS: 52-89-27-20-46
MACHINE: 24-06-44-28-18

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 19-09-2016
SUCCESS: 57-69-11-34-15
MACHINE: 23-43-68-36-17

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DATE: 22-09-2016
SUCCESS: 60-73-48-90-38
MACHINE: 43-15-40-26-31

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 26-09-2016
SUCCESS: 22-73-29-60-19
MACHINE: 27-09-37-35-62

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 29-09-2016
SUCCESS: 47-40-27-22-17
MACHINE: 48-20-21-38-45

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 03-10-2016
SUCCESS: 22-10-77-05-44
MACHINE: 39-21-43-47-51

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 06-10-2016
SUCCESS: 16-29-35-34-01
MACHINE: 28-90-64-75-03

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 10-10-2016
SUCCESS: 52-44-19-01-37
MACHINE: 63-42-41-18-66

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 13-10-2016
SUCCESS: 62-58-90-85-67
MACHINE: 48-55-88-76-16

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 17-10-2016
SUCCESS: 86-05-08-47-14
MACHINE: 84-64-11-65-25

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 20-10-2016
SUCCESS: 88-78-04-31-32
MACHINE: 89-39-36-84-20

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 24-10-2016
SUCCESS: 11-45-28-79-84
MACHINE: 15-89-21-36-52

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 27-10-2016
SUCCESS: 38-61-22-49-32
MACHINE: 66-71-33-04-90

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 31-10-2016
SUCCESS: 65-31-40-88-49
MACHINE: 06-35-52-61-30

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 03-11-2016
SUCCESS: 34-59-47-48-23
MACHINE: 20-67-61-32-79

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 07-11-2016
SUCCESS: 35-80-89-41-72
MACHINE: 43-73-34-88-54

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 10-11-2016
SUCCESS: 67-76-84-44-85
MACHINE: 12-49-74-80-56

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 14-11-2016
SUCCESS: 66-55-75-18-60
MACHINE: 34-16-76-35-37

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 17-11-2016
SUCCESS: 53-42-46-10-64
MACHINE: 59-43-71-55-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 21-11-2016
SUCCESS: 72-02-49-67-56
MACHINE: 76-42-15-09-14

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 24-11-2016
SUCCESS: 65-28-01-88-54
MACHINE: 84-25-73-17-42

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 28-11-2016
SUCCESS: 72-46-71-73-19
MACHINE: 32-59-12-43-55

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 01-12-2016
SUCCESS: 34-57-31-02-14
MACHINE: 37-72-67-04-78

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 05-12-2016
SUCCESS: 41-78-20-63-42
MACHINE: 71-09-70-16-88

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 08-12-2016
SUCCESS: 17-75-39-42-64
MACHINE: 08-73-56-10-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 12-12-2016
SUCCESS: 02-22-24-88-51
MACHINE: 86-90-04-35-14

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 15-12-2016
SUCCESS: 20-22-71-37-74
MACHINE: 48-78-84-58-73

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 19-12-2016
SUCCESS: 20-46-69-05-45
MACHINE: 36-54-85-27-79

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 22-12-2016
SUCCESS: 07-41-87-67-34
MACHINE: 55-25-51-83-43

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 26-12-2016
SUCCESS: 48-39-49-30-65
MACHINE: 73-45-27-15-71

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 29-12-2016
SUCCESS: 14-48-10-30-39
MACHINE: 49-24-83-66-02

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 02-01-2017
SUCCESS: 56-22-75-73-01
MACHINE: 39-29-32-36-11

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 05-01-2017
SUCCESS: 60-87-64-66-23
MACHINE: 59-83-80-40-65

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 34-51-73-88-56
MACHINE: 60-47-82-37-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 12-01-2017
SUCCESS: 47-02-19-49-26
MACHINE: 35-01-25-03-53

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 16-01-2017
SUCCESS: 51-40-10-71-34
MACHINE: 67-87-31-82-68

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 19-01-2017
SUCCESS: 31-59-45-55-54
MACHINE: 38-49-25-40-80

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DATE: 23-01-2017
SUCCESS: 62-07-52-28-25
MACHINE: 22-21-13-70-42

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 26-01-2017
SUCCESS: 16-07-51-49-71
MACHINE: 54-25-82-38-85

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DATE: 30-01-2017
SUCCESS: 39-25-86-55-82
MACHINE: 85-60-27-40-72

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 02-02-2017
SUCCESS: 48-01-35-30-57
MACHINE: 80-68-87-23-19

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 09-02-2017
SUCCESS: 31-55-53-37-11
MACHINE: 69-75-05-19-14

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 13-02-2017
SUCCESS: 05-44-06-88-24
MACHINE: 29-50-64-26-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 16-02-2017
SUCCESS: 64-38-24-05-55
MACHINE: 87-44-10-34-29

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 20-02-2017
SUCCESS: 69-43-05-67-64
MACHINE: 74-34-62-01-24

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 23-02-2017
SUCCESS: 20-17-29-13-10
MACHINE: 41-07-44-05-62

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 27-02-2017
SUCCESS: 11-90-29-32-68
MACHINE: 25-40-85-28-10

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 02-03-2017
SUCCESS: 11-17-72-43-55
MACHINE: 69-79-14-09-56

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 06-03-2017
SUCCESS: 53-12-18-78-06
MACHINE: 58-48-31-88-52

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 09-03-2017
SUCCESS: 39-51-29-38-42
MACHINE: 01-50-36-60-89

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 03-32-53-01-29
MACHINE: 39-84-06-60-19

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 16-03-2017
SUCCESS: 28-61-26-53-64
MACHINE: 23-39-80-82-45

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 09-50-54-78-18
MACHINE: 73-74-63-75-24

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SUCCESS: 73-12-05-63-25
MACHINE: 43-49-66-30-68

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 53-40-10-44-49
MACHINE: 15-32-37-33-64

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 30-03-2017
SUCCESS: 47-16-88-39-27
MACHINE: 70-06-74-41-21

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 03-04-2017
SUCCESS: 72-50-63-07-18
MACHINE: 43-81-75-38-74

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 06-04-2017
SUCCESS: 61-11-77-69-41
MACHINE: 40-22-50-48-70

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 10-04-2017
SUCCESS: 35-40-73-39-5
MACHINE: 75-21-90-2-70

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 13-04-2017
SUCCESS: 86-51-20-57-64
MACHINE: 08-01-31-89-45

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 17-04-2017
SUCCESS: 10-86-28-83-59
MACHINE: 53-37-07-76-84

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 20-04-2017
SUCCESS: 61-27-89-11-80
MACHINE: 88-51-38-36-58

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 24-04-2017
SUCCESS: 12-34-53-35-20
MACHINE: 88-17-19-07-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 79-25-88-75-53
MACHINE: 61-58-23-05-35

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 01-05-2017
SUCCESS: 22-82-44-69-29
MACHINE: 59-78-86-70-34

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 04-05-2017
SUCCESS: 07-58-73-79-13
MACHINE: 23-48-77-24-21

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 37-34-69-80-83
MACHINE: 26-03-20-13-25

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 90-72-25-61-71
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PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
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SUCCESS: 31-75-15-62-36
MACHINE: 43-68-66-09-01

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SUCCESS: 68-15-24-84-36
MACHINE: 67-11-88-81-38

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SUCCESS: 22-01-42-70-33
MACHINE: 36-03-69-62-57

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SUCCESS: 75-24-83-82-84
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SUCCESS: 34-06-43-50-05
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SUCCESS: 25-47-88-28-02
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SUCCESS: 18-49-75-80-10
MACHINE: 04-57-23-30-84

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SUCCESS: 89-03-50-88-46
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GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 01-12-2016
SUCCESS: 67-09-11-86-87
MACHINE: 85-38-89-50-63

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 08-12-2016
SUCCESS: 68-80-43-11-59
MACHINE: 79-63-76-37-85

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 15-12-2016
SUCCESS: 60-56-41-03-07
MACHINE: 17-09-46-43-30

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 22-12-2016
SUCCESS: 44-47-84-37-21
MACHINE: 90-49-77-85-76

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 29-12-2016
SUCCESS: 78-67-08-41-86
MACHINE: 28-09-73-64-52

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 05-01-2017
SUCCESS: 38-60-90-71-23
MACHINE: 39-75-18-33-43

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 12-01-2017
SUCCESS: 05-58-24-51-66
MACHINE: 60-76-90-72-82

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 19-01-2017
SUCCESS: 89-75-35-64-65
MACHINE: 09-87-21-01-77

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 26-01-2017
SUCCESS: 50-49-35-42-32
MACHINE: 29-15-74-18-66

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 02-02-2017
SUCCESS: 61-34-47-76-38
MACHINE: 23-68-29-07-05

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 09-02-2017
SUCCESS: 74-29-09-48-27
MACHINE: 89-10-46-20-62

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 16-02-2017
SUCCESS: 45-12-21-60-13
MACHINE: 35-23-34-75-77

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 23-02-2017
SUCCESS: 59-22-64-36-34
MACHINE: 39-68-38-54-53

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 02-03-2017
SUCCESS: 66-29-54-61-49
MACHINE: 06-26-65-08-37

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 09-03-2017
SUCCESS: 50-10-63-64-04
MACHINE: 39-74-17-16-52

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 16-03-2017
SUCCESS: 76-87-37-83-62
MACHINE: 28-60-57-30-40

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 23-03-2017
SUCCESS: 16-26-76-48-15
MACHINE: 22-07-47-49-20

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 30-03-2017
SUCCESS: 18-56-74-43-52
MACHINE: 66-36-12-47-61

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 06-04-2017
SUCCESS: 27-46-29-69-57
MACHINE: 88-61-07-37-60

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 13-04-2017
SUCCESS: 81-20-57-26-79
MACHINE: 71-56--35-37-78

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 20-04-2017
SUCCESS: 05-87-44-47-18
MACHINE: 84-31-29-55-17

GHANA : FORTUNE
DATE: 27-04-2017
SUCCESS: 25-84-31-61-64
MACHINE: 77-38-45-53-10

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 04-05-2017
SUCCESS: 70-24-73-75-34
MACHINE: 47-19-52-08-26

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 11-05-2017
SUCCESS: 21-28-02-69-82
MACHINE: 32-09-34-68-04

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 18-05-2017
SUCCESS: 70-06-90-59-41
MACHINE: 46-39-31-42-76

GHANA FORTUNE
DATE: 26-05-2017
SUCCESS: 39-07-25-06-09
MACHINE: 20-74-22-04-69

GHANA FORTUNE
DATE: 01-06-2017
SUCCESS: 27-24-46-28-54
MACHINE: 12-72-80-19-08

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 08-06-2017
SUCCESS: 08-84-81-21-41
MACHINE: 29-24-48-54-01

GHANA : FORTUNE
DATE : 15-06-2017
SUCCESS: 63-12-14-88-05
MACHINE: 19-35-10-77-13

GHANA: FORTUNE
DATE: 22-06-2017
SUCCESS: 03-76-20-15-02
MACHINE: 64-06-73-46-67
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PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 04-07-2016
SUCCESS: 09-49-44-10-48
MACHINE: 30-57-64-75-81

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 07-07-2016
SUCCESS: 23-45-88-02-24
MACHINE: 60-73-83-44-15

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 11-07-2016
SUCCESS: 20-08-61-67-35
MACHINE: 78-32-55-22-60

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 14-07-2016
SUCCESS: 84-77-23-19-67
MACHINE: 32-49-39-35-82

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 18-07-2016
SUCCESS: 86-84--87-38-36
MACHINE: 90-69-09-01-14

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 21-07-2016
SUCCESS: 30-85-11-09-76
MACHINE: 65-23-48-58-79

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 25-07-2016
SUCCESS: 89-56-20-42-24
MACHINE: 36-10-02-79-54

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 28-07-2016
SUCCESS: 04-10-73-72-17
MACHINE: 03-90-68-59-30

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 01-08-2016
SUCCESS: 65-21-45-40-01
MACHINE: 56-15-10-43-46

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 04-08-2016
SUCCESS: 36-60-10-35-04
MACHINE: 49-74-34-25-28

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 08-08-2016
SUCCESS: 60-20-76-06-51
MACHINE: 13-62-72-54-41

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 11-08-2016
SUCCESS: 24-54-59-17-66
MACHINE: 57-26-60-01-90

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 15-08-2016
SUCCESS: 23-61-34-66-56
MACHINE: 68-42-20-39-60

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 18-08-2016
SUCCESS: 06-52-22-46-36
MACHINE: 42-85-41-74-34

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 22-08-2016
SUCCESS: 86-31-21-27-44
MACHINE: 01-90-67-06-74

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 25-08-2016
SUCCESS: 15-53-20-29-70
MACHINE: 40-61-25-57-82

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 29-08-2016
SUCCESS: 36-35-05-65-44
MACHINE: 48-74-58-11-32

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 01-09-2016
SUCCESS: 36-18-49-62-86
MACHINE: 61-28-53-24-79

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 05-09-2016
SUCCESS: 19-44-35-49-38
MACHINE: 10-04-58-78-28

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 08-09-2016
SUCCESS: 73-70-06-69-57
MACHINE: 67-54-75-47-14

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 12-09-2016
SUCCESS: 45-71-11-52-14
MACHINE: 54-17-65-15-03

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 15-09-2016
SUCCESS: 19-45-39-78-87
MACHINE: 43-84-60-68-27

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 19-09-2016
SUCCESS: 80-34-61-30-02
MACHINE: 08-18-68-74-11

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 22-09-2016
SUCCESS: 31-58-69-30-53
MACHINE: 68-84-80-64-63

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 26-09-2016
SUCCESS: 29-70-21-51-86
MACHINE: 72-75-45-23-19

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 29-09-2016
SUCCESS: 07-50-66-79-53
MACHINE: 76-60-68-82-38

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 03-10-2016
SUCCESS: 90-41-87-46-34
MACHINE: 63-15-06-56-17

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 06-10-2016
SUCCESS: 75-57-37-86-28
MACHINE: 69-41-36-21-25

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 10-10-2016
SUCCESS: 90-44-85-27-89
MACHINE: 79-46-31-84-02

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 13-10-2016
SUCCESS: 69-15-04-84-44
MACHINE: 12-27-53-57-77

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 17-10-2016
SUCCESS: 89-53-56-26-45
MACHINE: 64-27-61-06-72

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 20-10-2016
SUCCESS: 57-76-77-58-14
MACHINE: 40-07-29-08-22

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 24-10-2016
SUCCESS: 44-04-43-68-86
MACHINE: 82-11-88-05-87

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 27-10-2016
SUCCESS: 81-23-57-47-82
MACHINE: 49-62-67-75-71

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 31-10-2016
SUCCESS: 27-54-88-22-16
MACHINE: 28-14-84-08-78

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 03-11-2016
SUCCESS: 09-43-36-88-66
MACHINE: 69-24-68-48-90

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 07-11-2016
SUCCESS: 70-12-43-08-10
MACHINE: 80-59-26-51-76

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 10-11-
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PREMIER: ENUGU
28-06-2017
SUC: 56-87-49-52-23
MAC: 72-74-76-32-58

GHANA: MIDWEEK
28-06-2017
SUC: 18-45-60-67-38
MAC: 33-39-82-19-48
Balance:
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PAST RESULT ON WEDNESDAY
DATE: 28••06••2017 #FLWC©
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GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 06-07-2016
SUCCESS: 13-73-06-46-51
MACHINE: 62-89-45-76-56

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 13-07-2016
SUCCESS: 59-01-74-81-79
MACHINE: 73-44-64-06-61

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 20-07-2016
SUCCESS: 52-39-80-33-87
MACHINE: 20-72-47-31-60

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 27-07-2016
SUCCESS: 74-58-76-31-41
MACHINE: 04-85-78-07-67

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 03-08-2016
SUCCESS: 41-30-69-70-03
MACHINE: 22-16-17-18-08

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 10-08-2016
SUCCESS: 61-42-64-40-09
MACHINE: 15-28-82-38-52

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 17-08-2016
SUCCESS: 43-29-78-35-06
MACHINE: 23-44-52-60-27

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 24-08-2016
SUCCESS: 01-08-59-67-37
MACHINE: 44-05-78-24-86

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 31-08-2016
SUCCESS: 22-60-79-19-34
MACHINE: 20-35-72-12-33

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 07-09-2016
SUCCESS: 51-53-23-84-28
MACHINE: 63-34-78-20-89

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 14-09-2016
SUCCESS: 11-13-83-42-10
MACHINE: 05-57-07-24-14

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 21-09-2016
SUCCESS: 18-31-48-81-82
MACHINE: 69-65-83-62-89

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 28-09-2016
SUCCESS: 57-90-88-13-87
MACHINE: 38-47-41-89-76

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 05-10-2016
SUCCESS: 09-55-07-50-04
MACHINE: 37-90-18-87-75

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 12-10-2016
SUCCESS: 03-22-42-52-40
MACHINE: 49-15-66-67-02

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 19-10-2016
SUCCESS: 36-19-80-22-52
MACHINE: 28-16-01-85-21

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 26-10-2016
SUCCESS: 76-74-83-27-16
MACHINE: 21-80-08-15-88

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 02-11-2016
SUCCESS: 49-56-82-09-77
MACHINE: 43-51-84-87-17

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 09-11-2016
SUCCESS: 65-33-58-48-79
MACHINE: 27-45-37-31-08

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 16-11-2016
SUCCESS: 27-14-23-77-37
MACHINE: 09-69-52-33-81

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 23-11-2016
SUCCESS: 62-42-48-02-74
MACHINE: 23-45-10-67-83

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 30-11-2016
SUCCESS: 26-06-45-12-85
MACHINE: 68-83-35-41-88

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 07-12-2016
SUCCESS: 18-60-41-67-75
MACHINE: 32-55-36-11-02

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 14-12-2016
SUCCESS: 59-19-20-33-58
MACHINE: 75-05-48-85-57

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 21-12-2016
SUCCESS: 51-41-85-03-48
MACHINE: 69-53-06-55-73

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 28-12-2016
SUCCESS: 86-47-01-88-39
MACHINE: 75-40-84-82-30

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 04-01-2017
SUCCESS: 58-48-66-11-65
MACHINE: 86-69-45-84-52

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 11-01-2017
SUCCESS: 14-29-72-37-73
MACHINE: 21-44-16-66-25

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 18-01-2017
SUCCESS: 28-19-63-27-89
MACHINE: 85-48-05-43-49

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 25-01-2017
SUCCESS: 87-71-09-73-06
MACHINE: 86-16-32-79-21

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 01-02-2017
SUCCESS: 79-36-29-88-08
MACHINE: 22-60-49-54-07

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 08-02-2017
SUCCESS: 15-04-32-56-39
MACHINE: 18-79-08-07-25

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 15-02-2017
SUCCESS: 13-82-88-80-51
MACHINE: 22-24-17-21-56

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 22-02-2017
SUCCESS: 35-87-30-09-86
MACHINE: 67-22-13-72-62

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 01-03-2017
SUCCESS: 06-19-90-55-28
MACHINE: 03-04-31-74-80

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 08-03-2017
SUCCESS: 11-77-75-42-36
MACHINE: 55-10-64-48-30

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 15-03-2017
SUCCESS: 23-59-28-15-07
MACHINE: 22-83-58-88-24

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 22-03-2017
SUCCESS: 70-74-65-20-46
MACHINE: 38-02-23-25-22

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 29-03-2017
SUCCESS: 87-71-78-46-30
MACHINE: 32-01-04-17-38

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 05-04-2017
SUCCESS: 18-10-90-65-38
MACHINE: 02-47-44-79-40

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 12-04-2017
SUCCESS: 49-12-51-56-37
MACHINE: 69-17-06-77-75

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 19-04-2017
SUCCESS: 60-23-18-38-27
MACHINE: 50-56-13-17-35

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 26-04-2017
SUCCESS: 88-02-60-20-12
MACHINE: 67-81-78-44-70

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 03-05-2017
SUCCESS: 48-74-26-59-67
MACHINE: 60-12-08-36-73

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 10-05-2017
SUCCESS: 49-85-10-81-67
MACHINE: 86-42-61-73-64

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 17-05-2017
SUCCESS: 71-18-74-16-26
MACHINE: 69-89-82-62-83

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 24-05-2017
SUCCESS: 58-33-18-56-27
MACHINE: 29-78-04-26-76

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 31-05-2017
SUCCESS: 07-59-10-55-44
MACHINE: 48-50-49-04-45

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 07-06-2017
SUCCESS: 08-27-80-32-15
MACHINE: 52-40-63-67-65

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 14-06-2017
SUCCESS: 86-01-15-10-72
MACHINE: 13-17-08-25-44

GOLDEN CHANCE: GOLDEN STAR
DATE: 21-06-2017
SUCCESS: 41-09-68-07-35
MACHINE: 53-79-8-42-58
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PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 03-07-2016
SUCCESS: 14-85-49-04-69
MACHINE: 08-44-38-59-03

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 06-07-2016
SUCCESS: 12-89-41-78-62
MACHINE: 36-76-06-48-49

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 10-07-2016
SUCCESS: 07-69-41-30-76
MACHINE: 60-68-83-54-80

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 13-07-2016
SUCCESS: 35-86-08-60-87
MACHINE: 31-48-85-39-43

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 17-07-2016
SUCCESS: 12-62-35-78-31
MACHINE: 52-10-65-23-02

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 20-07-2016
SUCCESS: 02-65-33-60-05
MACHINE: 31-28-62-36-13

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 24-07-2016
SUCCESS: 56-09-47-90-70
MACHINE: 07-42-03-37-23

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 27-07-2016
SUCCESS: 04-05-20-87-57
MACHINE: 77-48-71-32-61

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 31-07-2016
SUCCESS: 35-55-32-24-05
MACHINE: 67-70-40-62-68

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 03-08-2016
SUCCESS: 31-59-80-06-35
MACHINE: 66-63-03-04-57

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 07-08-2016
SUCCESS: 90-65-60-03-12
MACHINE: 24-16-34-85-31

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 10-08-2016
SUCCESS: 08-33-52-35-07
MACHINE: 87-25-78-16-75

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 14-08-2016
SUCCESS: 21-07-28-42-49
MACHINE: 62-38-31-84-43

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 17-08-2016
SUCCESS: 39-50-58-10-07
MACHINE: 73-49-45-63-79

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 21-08-2016
SUCCESS: 77-82-61-18-75
MACHINE: 49-54-51-80-35

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 24-08-2016
SUCCESS: 50-42-30-63-17
MACHINE: 27-10-22-11-46

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 28-08-2016
SUCCESS: 83-62-89-90-58
MACHINE: 52-71-35-57-34

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 31-08-2016
SUCCESS: 64-69-68-86-45
MACHINE: 40-67-02-44-31

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 04-09-2016
SUCCESS: 28-06-62-75-73
MACHINE: 27-66-40-74-45

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 07-09-2016
SUCCESS: 17-57-88-43-70
MACHINE: 24-32-48-56-85

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 11-09-2016
SUCCESS: 49-77-43-38-22
MACHINE: 42-78-27-17-62

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 14-09-2016
SUCCESS: 31-67-18-86-05
MACHINE: 50-77-51-62-15

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 18-09-2016
SUCCESS: 19-34-16-30-74
MACHINE: 64-84-01-63-47

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 21-09-2016
SUCCESS: 34-55-73-71-48
MACHINE: 46-40-81-69-10

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 25-09-2016
SUCCESS: 45-51-44-08-03
MACHINE: 81-23-34-59-57

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 28-09-2016
SUCCESS: 76-18-62-02-04
MACHINE: 27-51-29-85-60

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 02-10-2016
SUCCESS: 05-75-08-49-03
MACHINE: 88-74-43-28-09

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 05-10-2016
SUCCESS 08-84-64-70-28
MACHINE: 13-31-73-22-69

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 09-10-2016
SUCCESS: 81-10-45-83-77
MACHINE: 38-27-86-15-75

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 12-10-2016
SUCCESS: 57-74-33-22-38
MACHINE: 46-53-11-13-30

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 16-10-2016
SUCCESS: 74-51-03-06-59
MACHINE: 46-43-40-76-63

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 19-10-2016
SUCCESS: 17-28-77-04-68
MACHINE: 55-57-21-71-27

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 23-10-2016
SUCCESS: 77-37-06-82-87
MACHINE: 31-53-46-14-41

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 26-10-2016
SUCCESS: 70-27-61-52-51
MACHINE: 36-20-75-73-34

REMIER: TOTA
DATE: 30-10-2016
SUCCESS: 10-27-16-89-86
MACHINE: 72-32-40-30-09

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 02-11-2016
SUCCESS: 23-12-43-84-32
MACHINE: 61-47-52-25-08

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 06-11-2016
SUCCESS: 37-86-73-08-81
MACHINE: 42-65-36-21-06

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 09-11-2016
SUCCESS: 35-51-10-04-33
MACHINE: 30-70-32-59-02

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 13-11-2016
SUCCESS: 28-42-73-05-80
MACHINE: 45-09-44-53-51

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 16-11-2016
SUCCESS: 55-56-62-83-51
MACHINE: 36-34-13-27-73

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 20-11-2016
SUCCESS: 03-62-43-23-83
MACHINE: 28-38-39-64-11

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 23-11-2016
SUCCESS: 37-59-79-32-54
MACHINE: 89-15-82-05-90

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 27-11-2016
SUCCESS: 35-25-07-88-28
MACHINE: 26-68-31-81-04

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 30-11-2016
SUCCESS: 34-53-12-51-72
MACHINE: 85-16-67-56-73

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 04-12-2016
SUCCESS: 82-48-01-66-87
MACHINE: 15-05-23-54-19

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 07-12-2016
SUCCESS: 53-82-60-35-25
MACHINE: 83-58-05-32-22

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 11-12-2016
SUCCESS: 78-62-27-47-22
MACHINE: 35-65-24-18-40

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 14-12-2016
SUCCESS: 66-59-20-38-46
MACHINE: 88-10-14-68-76

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 18-12-2016
SUCCESS: 83-30-36-40-45
MACHINE: 02-74-55-31-88

PREMIER: TOTAL
DATE: 21-12-2016
SUCCESS: 13-69-02-48-71
MACHINE: 62-17-37-61-33

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE:25-12-2016
SUCCESS: 15-53-10-78-86
MACHINE: 23-62-16-43-81

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 28-12-2016
SUCCESS: 44-05-07-30-87
MACHINE: 10-67-88-78-12

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 01-01-2017
SUCCESS: 22-52-23-28-26
MACHINE: 70-32-83-60-82

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 04-01-2017
SUCCESS: 54-62-81-15-19
MACHINE: 33-38-79-06-45

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 08-01-2017
SUCCESS: 28-69-25-74-89
MACHINE: 49-90-78-85-60

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 11-01-2017
SUCCESS: 52-86-8-40-43
MACHINE: 64-88-26-27-14

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 15-01-2017
SUCCESS: 39-04-57-84-18
MACHINE: 77-64-90-23-48

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 18-01-2017
SUCCESS: 75-33-50-30-43
MACHINE: 46-84-22-16-41

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 22-01-2017
SUCCESS: 09-12-40-55-45
MACHINE: 14-65-75-02-81

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 25-01-2017
SUCCESS: 15-68-51-35-57
MACHINE: 77-86-83-59-19

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 29-01-2017
SUCCESS: 33-85-20-63-71
MACHINE: 87-48-37-03-21

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 01-02-2017
SUCCESS: 71-34-89-33-78
MACHINE: 60-68-86-75-20

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 05-02-2017
SUCCESS: 41-70-88-69-53
MACHINE: 85-04-13-26-54

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 08-02-2017
SUCCESS: 09-10-68-34-47
MACHINE: 26-57-14-78-20

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 12-02-2017
SUCCESS: 23-74-52-36-51
MACHINE: 18-80-84-90-77

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 15-02-2017
SUCCESS: 80-78-49-07-84
MACHINE: 29-28-09-89-59

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 19-02-2017
SUCCESS: 39-90-05-79-30
MACHINE: 80-78-13-24-33

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 22-02-2017
SUCCESS: 58-89-86-10-26
MACHINE: 75-27-90-59-30

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 26-02-2017
SUCCESS: 12-71-56-46-74
MACHINE: 06-50-24-19-88

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 01-03-2017
SUCCESS: 76-70-60-66-05
MACHINE: 52-68-43-54-37

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 05-03-2017
SUCCESS: 45-07-25-56-50
MACHINE: 02-14-29-88-84

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 08-03-2017
SUCCESS: 40-19-77-90-85
MACHINE: 17-26-22-02-66

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 12-03-2017
SUCCESS: 82-07-46-63-76
MACHINE: 27-79-87-72-56

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 15-03-2017
SUCCESS: 02-31-51-78-42
MACHINE: 30-05-71-29-06

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 19-03-2017
SUCCESS: 27-35-57-77-12
MACHINE: 54-19-40-78-58

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 22-03-2017
SUCCESS: 50-89-65-17-32
MACHINE: 29-20-75-58-61

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 26-03-2017
SUCCESS: 76-88-62-11-14
MACHINE: 54-33-07-22-02

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 29-03-2017
SUCCESS: 27-62-31-86-21
MACHINE: 19-53-25-23-56

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 02-04-2017
SUCCESS: 17-80-56-13-62
MACHINE: 36-10-72-26-84

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 05-04-2017
SUCCESS: 74-34-68-48-38
MACHINE: 23-58-72-26-75

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 09-04-2017
SUCCESS: 48-45-67-38-71
MACHINE: 11-08-57-76-31

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 12-04-2017
SUCCESS: 17-78-46-69-63
MACHINE: 18-38-43-04-05

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 16-04-2017
SUCCESS: 44-13-29-11-05
MACHINE: 07-25-48-77-20

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 19-04-2017
SUCCESS: 23-85-10-34-26
MACHINE: 03-84-06-44-27

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 23-04-2017
SUCCESS: 13-21-15-67-33
MACHINE: 81-34-30-28-61

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 26-04-2017
SUCCESS: 59-25-49-72-89
MACHINE: 44-45-51-58-74

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 30-04-2017
SUCCESS: 76-42-28-68-32
MACHINE: 75-02-81-86-17

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 03-05-2017
SUCCESS: 17-04-82-65-50
MACHINE: 24-52-70-26-60

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 07-05-2017
SUCCESS: 72-34-66-13-82
MACHINE: 39-25-75-19-26

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 10-05-2017
SUCCESS: 11-09-32-04-52
MACHINE: 54-35-18-71-78

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 14-05-2017
SUCCESS: 53-81-56-25-18
MACHINE: 29-02-23-65-64

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 17-05-2017
SUCCESS: 46-55-66-87-72
MACHINE: 84-02-76-13-39

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 21-05-2017
SUCCESS: 24-04-05-07-55
MACHINE: 52-71-63-60-12

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 24-05-2017
SUCCESS: 57-50-19-34-37
MACHINE: 15-79-35-53-45

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 28-05-2017
SUCCESS: 10-25-45-11-34
MACHINE: 02-85-90-14-15

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 31-05-2017
SUCCESS: 85-83-02-75-55
MACHINE: 11-71-15-65-62

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 04-06-2017
SUCCESS: 21-06-63-30-52
MACHINE: 64-10-57 79-44

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 07-06-2017
SUCCESS: 48-79-71-28-60
MACHINE: 38-70-27-19-15

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 11-06-2017
SUCCESS: 81-45-14-28-23
MACHINE: 39-88-85-84-79

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 14-06-2017
SUCCESS: 21-51-52-69-10
MACHINE: 18-16-15-88-39

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 18-06-2017
SUCCESS: 19-74-37-65-16
MACHINE: 68-07-50-41-90

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 21-06-2017
SUCCESS: 55-87-40-34-06
MACHINE: 31-62-61-01-02

PREMIER: TOTA
DATE: 25-06-2017
SUCCESS: 70-76-42-89-84
MACHINE: 29-46-77-31-63
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PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 03-07-2016
SUCCESS: 50-12-49-04-80
MACHINE: 28-87-33-19-82

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 06-07-2016
SUCCESS: 48-69-42-43-19
MACHINE: 75-31-11-64-32

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 10-07-2016
SUCCESS: 63-84-32-59-05
MACHINE: 75-67-25-36-78

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 13-07-2016
SUCCESS: 08-50-21-03-62
MACHINE: 70-73-68-04-61

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 17-07-2016
SUCCESS: 29-66-35-44-90
MACHINE: 48-28-36-46-78

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 20-07-2016
SUCCESS: 50-65-78-27-62
MACHINE: 67-87-70-04-18

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 24-07-2016
SUCCESS: 73-74-04-81-69
MACHINE: 02-60-71-40-01

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 27-07-2016
SUCCESS: 25-28-81-27-15
MACHINE: 07-87-64-72-14

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 31-07-2016
SUCCESS: 71-28-08-53-09
MACHINE: 90-72-59-07-42

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 03-08-2016
SUCCESS: 32-41-05-35-47
MACHINE: 09-15-59-49-83

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 07-08-2016
SUCCESS: 33-68-34-16-61
MACHINE: 53-77-20-90-06

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 10-08-2016
SUCCESS: 41-23-11-26-06
MACHINE: 16-04-56-21-54

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 14-08-2016
SUCCESS: 84-48-21-88-08
MACHINE: 71-74-31-90-33

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 17-08-2016
SUCCESS: 58-53-27-55-29
MACHINE: 30-90-72-74-38

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 21-08-2016
SUCCESS: 09-30-79-13-06
MACHINE: 55-85-26-82-88

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 24-08-2016
SUCCESS: 33-71-19-88-04
MACHINE: 78-08-49-66-14

PREMIER: MARKII
DATE: 28-08-2016
SUCCESS: 33-72-03-02-56
MACHINE: 42-39-89-20-70

REMIER: MARK II
DATE: 31-08-2016
SUCCESS: 80-24-46-58-57
MACHINE: 84-64-68-31-86

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 04-09-2016
SUCCESS: 89-65-70-11-63
MACHINE: 62-75-27-10-79

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 07-09-2016
SUCCESS: 17-66-60-77-53
MACHINE: 84-62-58-05-86

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 11-09-2016
SUCCESS: 11-24-22-51-43
MACHINE: 39-89-44-34-71

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 14-09-2016
SUCCESS: 87-86-32-82-17
MACHINE: 21-15-37-79-46

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 18-09-2016
SUCCESS: 42-57-10-53-71
MACHINE: 37-31-25-66-01

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 21-09-2016
SUCCESS: 09-66-26-79-83
MACHINE: 76-04-16-68-54

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 25-09-2016
SUCCESS: 35-76-16-77-80
MACHINE: 34-37-47-43-09

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 28-09-2016
SUCCESS: 60-64-33-78-48
MACHINE: 03-05-10-81-69

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 02-10-2016
SUCCESS: 67-09-40-36-01
MACHINE: 70-42-32-13-74

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 05-10-2016
SUCCESS: 53-22-74-14-40
MACHINE: 21-68-81-11-51

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 09-10-2016
SUCCESS: 50-62-30-43-48
MACHINE: 60-27-29-34-51

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 12-10-2016
SUCCESS: 76-83-19-44-05
MACHINE: 17-08-14-07-28

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 16-10-2016
SUCCESS: 62-61-35-78-13
MACHINE: 15-39-50-85-03

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 19-10-2016
SUCCESS: 81-85-28-77-71
MACHINE: 23-56-44-21-43

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 23-10-2016
SUCCESS: 01-43-49-59-24
MACHINE: 17-41-90-48-84

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 26-10-2016
SUCCESS: 62-24-27-79-33
MACHINE: 89-45-57-02-42

PREMIER: MARKII
DATE: 30-10-2016
SUCCESS: 20-87-25-21-03
MACHINE: 81-43-33-83-77

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 02-11-2016
SUCCESS: 88-87-83-68-30
MACHINE: 33-40-26-19-72

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 06-11-2016
SUCCESS: 76-10-08-12-37
MACHINE: 59-34-57-05-11

PREMIER: MARKII
DATE: 09-11-2016
SUCCESS: 26-28-65-68-54
MACHINE: 85-47-73-55-60

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 13-11-2016
SUCCESS: 87-35-82-53-11
MACHINE: 44-57-69-62-13

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 16-11-2016
SUCCESS: 35-59-90-20-02
MACHINE: 17-39-49-10-71

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 20-11-2016
SUCCESS: 51-67-41-75-82
MACHINE: 07-86-50-71-68

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 23-11-2016
SUCCESS: 08-46-50-32-14
MACHINE: 60-28-10-74-78

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 27-11-2016
SUCCESS: 60-71-22-59-64
MACHINE: 24-74-11-86-61

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 30-11-2016
SUCCESS: 03-50-24-68-15
MACHINE: 27-09-74-54-61

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 04-12-2016
SUCCESS: 36-62-81-76-16
MACHINE: 79-44-48-68-53

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 07-12-2016
SUCCESS: 85-81-76-79-35
MACHINE: 05-27-38-06-82

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 11-12-2016
SUCCESS: 20-34-14-56-03
MACHINE: 21-49-53-86-52

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 14-12-2016
SUCCESS: 53-20-73-89-43
MACHINE: 42-51-39-63-38

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 18-12-2016
SUCCESS: 58-07-83-52-36
MACHINE: 51-78-20-02-47

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 21-12-2016
SUCCESS: 38-04-66-79-48
MACHINE: 54-81-78-11-35

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 25-12-2016
SUCCESS: 87-34-82-60-16
MACHINE: 07-74-39-80-30

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 28-12-2016
SUCCESS: 18-01-26-03-74
MACHINE: 90-71-21-76-67

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 01-01-2017
SUCCESS: 17-82-70-57-35
MACHINE: 50-88-81-84-76

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 04-01-2017
SUCCESS: 34-29-09-59-10
MACHINE: 86-58-48-07-64

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 08-01-2017
SUCCESS: 35-89-38-81-31
MACHINE: 04-48-80-52-37

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 11-01-2017
SUCCESS: 29-62-83-70-67
MACHINE: 90-79-74-01-20

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 15-01-2017
SUCCESS: 86-85 69-20-81
MACHINE: 50-26-11-31-01

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 18-01-2017
SUCCESS: 84-46-36-64-63
MACHINE: 02-44-55-20-83

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 22-01-2017
SUCCESS: 85-04-71-12-01
MACHINE: 51-82-17-65-37

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 25-01-2017
SUCCESS: 64-37-24-27-49
MACHINE: 72-60-68-22-40

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 29-01-2017
SUCCESS: 72-03-74-82-26
MACHINE: 50-09-01-75-52

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 01-02-2017
SUCCESS: 61-72-02-05-45
MACHINE: 70-47-33-85-59

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 05-02-2017
SUCCESS: 01-72-02-83-07
MACHINE: 25-82-30-70-74

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 08-02-2017
SUCCESS: 02-69-90-66-71
MACHINE: 87-43-24-19-82

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 12-02-2017
SUCCESS: 25-56-33-03-06
MACHINE: 47-57-68-38-84

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 15-02-2017
SUCCESS: 58-51-78-61-26
MACHINE: 32-37-81-44-79

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 19-02-2017
SUCCESS: 80-89-41-23-07
MACHINE: 04-15-33-58-57

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 22-02-2017
SUCCESS: 58-63-24-41-82
MACHINE: 87-40-70-12-54

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 26-02-2017
SUCCESS: 69-68-06-32-37
MACHINE: 65-64-49-25-30

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 01-03-2017
SUCCESS: 67-88-47-14-58
MACHINE: 05-83-09-75-85

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 05-03-2017
SUCCESS: 81-45-79-84-28
MACHINE: 88-32-82-87-06

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 08-03-2017
SUCCESS: 69-12-52-65-37
MACHINE: 35-48-40-60-61

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 12-03-2017
SUCCESS: 16-67-50-90-43
MACHINE: 53-37-77-26-08

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 15-03-2017
SUCCESS: 63-54-60-07-48
MACHINE: 25-33-57-27-77

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 19-03-2017
SUCCESS: 75-17-14-61-87
MACHINE: 38-86-26-21-41

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 22-03-2017
SUCCESS: 64-67-20-81-90
MACHINE: 07-55-38-09-33

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 26-03-2017
SUCCESS: 04-53-24-71-75
MACHINE: 06-43-45-22-72

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 29-03-2017
SUCCESS: 48-60-87-89-28
MACHINE: 35-61-75-32-69

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 02-04-2017
SUCCESS: 48-27-75-24-19
MACHINE: 51-81-21-56-04

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 05-04-2017
SUCCESS: 55-74-72-08-30
MACHINE: 48-45-32-21-59

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 09-04-2017
SUCCESS: 60-35-71-14-56
MACHINE: 81-84-36-88-75

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 12-04-2017
SUCCESS: 42-80-87-05-38
MACHINE: 67-65-88-35-04

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 16-04-2017
SUCCESS: 71-41-22-09-03
MACHINE: 26-82-51-37-21

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 19-04-2017
SUCCESS: 03-46-87-39-83
MACHINE: 41-47-07-40-84

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 23-04-2017
SUCCESS: 67-08-69-17-66
MACHINE: 04-76-18-15-10

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 26-04-2017
SUCCESS: 09-36-53-07-90
MACHINE: 67-08-35-10-74

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 30-04-2017
SUCCESS: 66-55-70-05-60
MACHINE: 13-18-31-79-58

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 03-05-2017
SUCCESS: 08-76-60-02-15
MACHINE: 86-34-48-19 55

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 07-05-2017
SUCCESS: 32-12-04-07-79
MACHINE: 84-42-65-16-36

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 10-05-2017
SUCCESS: 06-09-25-12-61
MACHINE: 38-03-87-50-64

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 14-05-2017
SUCCESS: 55-13-20-86-06
MACHINE: 10-79-46-83-47

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 17-05-2017
SUCCESS: 68-82-65-42-79
MACHINE: 01-06-83-28-87

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 21-05-2017
SUCCESS: 26-58-55-54-80
MACHINE: 79-87-50-10-61

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 24-05-2017
SUCCESS: 03-40-48-46-85
MACHINE: 64-02-65-04-73

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 28-05-2017
SUCCESS: 45-27-21-13-66
MACHINE: 54-40-59-42-63

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 31-05-2017
SUCCESS: 52-13-42-3-70
MACHINE: 21-01-43-71-65

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 04-06-2017
SUCCESS: 18-10-36-52-40
MACHINE: 37-76-25-02-32

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 07-06-2017
SUCCESS: 36-35-33-89-58
MACHINE: 17-29-83-90-75

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 11-06-2017
SUCCESS: 79-77-19-33-32
MACHINE: 46-43-04-73-10

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 14-06-2017
SUCCESS: 51-87-71-08-47
MACHINE: 74-65-26-78-40

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 18-06-2017
SUCCESS: 63-31-11-41-53
MACHINE: 43-13-82-49-45

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 21-06-2017
SUCCESS: 42-37-79-18-46
MACHINE: 44-60-03-47-90

PREMIER: MARK II
DATE: 25-06-2017
SUCCESS: 30-64-90-19-66
MACHINE: 83-58-75-38-56
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GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 06-07-2016
SUCCESS: 54-07-57-46-21
MACHINE: 62-88-45-61-65

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 13-07-2016
SUCCESS: 88-29-33-12-47
MACHINE: 58-24-39-23-63

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 20-07-2016
SUCCESS: 66-22-78-38-75
MACHINE: 49-62-58-57-77

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 27-07-2016
SUCCESS: 35-69-03-88-41
MACHINE: 60-53-19-50-80

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 03-08-2016
SUCCESS: 04-02-69-33-43
MACHINE: 67-31-38-47-85

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 10-08-2016
SUCCESS: 59-20-72-30-62
MACHINE: 23-26-77-01-60

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 17-08-2016
SUCCESS: 61-84-02-21-33
MACHINE: 56-86-07-12-57

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 24-08-2016
SUCCESS: 13-72-33-81-52
MACHINE: 06-23-78-19-53

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 31-08-2016
SUCCESS: 20-9-19-73-64
MACHINE: 39-15-50-90-31

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 07-09-2016
SUCCESS: 15-10-28-41-35
MACHINE: 03-39-84-43-75

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 14-09-2016
SUCCESS: 82-49-47-53-77
MACHINE: 65-12-64-34-08

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 21-09-2016
SUCCESS: 51-86-85-53-32
MACHINE: 49-60-62-05-23

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 28-09-2016
SUCCESS: 07-02-71-43-34
MACHINE: 09-27-63-68-22

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 05-10-2016
SUCCESS: 72-61-45-43-34
MACHINE: 23-70-60-14-62

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 12-10-2016
SUCCESS: 38-18-52-83-16
MACHINE: 50-23-11-55-53

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 19-10-2016
SUCCESS: 46-86-20-38-62
MACHINE: 80-01-30-68-72

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 26-10-2016
SUCCESS: 38-48-62-25-04
MACHINE: 41-68-45-71-87

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 02-11-2016
SUCCESS: 89-41-68-03-12
MACHINE: 65-51-07-81-08

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 09-11-2016
SUCCESS: 62-78-42-83-51
MACHINE: 06-49-30-74-20

GOLDEN CHANCE : SUPREME
DATE: 16-11-2016
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SUCCESS: 33-83-39-45-15
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MACHINE: 62-79-55-82-29

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 28-12-2016
SUCCESS: 54-70-37-69-88
MACHINE: 36-22-07-89-76

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 01-01-2017
SUCCESS: 31-69-36-75-53
MACHINE: 18-85-81-63-15

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 04-01-2017
SUCCESS: 38-15-18-75-25
MACHINE: 87-35-45-36-39

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 08-01-2017
SUCCESS: 18-49-41-85-23
MACHINE: 46-71-15-55-20

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 11-01-2017
SUCCESS: 69-25-76-13-30
MACHINE: 12-08-38-37-86

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 15-01-2017
SUCCESS: 08-68-24-64-74
MACHINE: 19-38-82-54-42

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 18-01-2017
SUCCESS: 74-73-20-18-35
MACHINE: 29-34-52-90-55

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 22-01-2017
SUCCESS: 52-70-60-20-87
MACHINE: 50-77-16-43-56

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 25-01-2017
SUCCESS: 67-76-03-40-22
MACHINE: 06-33-51-26-08

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 29-01-2017
SUCCESS: 28-42-22-23-68
MACHINE: 79-59-11-87-04

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 01-02-2017
SUCCESS: 28-85-16-44-71
MACHINE: 24-76-20-41-90

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 05-02-2017
SUCCESS: 89-05-84-30-61
MACHINE: 52-44-19-74-70

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 08-02-2017
SUCCESS: 10-21-90-11-67
MACHINE: 45-68-87-72-82

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 12-2-2017
SUCCESS: 25-23-62-81-83
MACHINE: 63-71-17-53-19

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 15-02-2017
SUCCESS: 68-31-55-57-48
MACHINE: 34-26-04-32-53

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 19-02-2017
SUCCESS: 73-09-53-33-25
MACHINE: 21-05-37-44-24

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 22-02-2017
SUCCESS: 78-72-27-63-31
MACHINE: 16-88-83-89-70

PREMIER ENUGU
DATE: 26-2-2017
SUCCESS: 51-72-03-20-55
MACHINE: 02-64-18-52-63

PREMIER ENUGU
DATE: 01-03-2017
SUCCESS: 12-58-04-47-55
MACHINE: 17-86-38-37-33

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 05-03-2017
SUCCESS: 22-77-34-24-43
MACHINE: 85-38-06-49-03

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 08-03-2017
SUCCESS: 57-53-08-83-51
MACHINE: 79-60-49-54-03

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 12-03-2017
SUCCESS: 35-22-24-11-07
MACHINE: 51-63-74-53-66

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 15-03-2017
SUCCESS: 07-70-89-66-30
MACHINE: 32-86-84-90-27

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 19-03-2017
SUCCESS: 87-02-51-24-09
MACHINE: 30-52-67-45-78

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 22-03-2017
SUCCESS: 62-09-41-23-66
MACHINE: 63-32-18-64-38

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 26-03-2017
SUCCESS: 80-68-07-05-85
MACHINE: 42-29-58-74-12

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 29-03-2017
SUCCESS: 37-39-30-83-52
MACHINE: 13-27-79-47-19

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 02-04-2017
SUCCESS: 59-65-53-82-75
MACHINE: 06-54-89-79-03

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 05-04-2017
SUCCESS: 41-58-45-39-83
MACHINE: 27-16-56-19-23

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 09-04-2017
SUCCESS: 69-15-24-04-03
MACHINE: 06-16-75-73-22

REMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 12-04-2017
SUCCESS: 30-22-88-69-07
MACHINE: 43-51-01-74-61

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 16-04-2017
SUCCESS: 88-62-19-01-86
MACHINE: 74-79-55-10-15

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 19-04-2017
SUCCESS: 51-60-12-88-68
MACHINE: 46-90-74-45-73

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 23-04-2017
SUCCESS: 50-40-42-60-27
MACHINE: 12-80-11-56-57

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 26-04-2017
SUCCESS: 36-55-19-06-87
MACHINE: 85-20-51-79-49

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 30-04-2017
SUCCESS: 22-46-86-57-26
MACHINE: 65-70-50-73-87

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 03-05-2017
SUCCESS: 28-42-26-59-38
MACHINE: 07-82-19-02-05

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 07-05-2017
SUCCESS: 76-10-02-04-05
MACHINE: 14-78-88-73-89

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 10-05-2017
SUCCESS: 17-54-18-84-23
MACHINE: 85-32-10-06-55

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 14-05-2017
SUCCESS: 71-27-75-22-20
MACHINE: 80-58-21-67-56

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 17-05-2017
SUCCESS: 67-05-52-56-02
MACHINE: 66-85-30-37-14

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 21-05-2017
SUCCESS: 67-18-09-10-84
MACHINE: 54-79-11-59-39

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 24-05-2017
SUCCESS: 81-33-80-37-07
MACHINE: 03-59-74-69-32

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 28-05-2017
SUCCESS: 53-42-86-41-71
MACHINE: 19-68-27-70-30

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 31-05-2017
SUCCESS: 47-31-43-87-24
MACHINE: 81-30-22-21-35

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 04-06-2017
SUCCESS: 44-40-08-60-72
MACHINE: 53-63-81-87-86

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 07-06-2017
SUCCESS: 47-24-32-78-29
MACHINE: 81-41-82-88-25

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 11-06-2017
SUCCESS: 47-88-75-01-31
MACHINE: 72-22-62-51-52

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 14-06-2017
SUCCESS: 88-43-03-10-26
MACHINE: 75-56-29-61-67

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 18-06-2017
SUCCESS: 14-12-74-66-15
MACHINE: 06-11-76-04-46

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 21-06-2017
SUCCESS: 35-67-68-29-50
MACHINE: 13-88-57-25-58

PREMIER: ENUGU
DATE: 25-06-2017
SUCCESS: 76-43-85-77-73
MACHINE: 46-10-68-87-29
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GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 66-63-10-72-07

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 54-28-10-49-13

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 31-48-46-32-90

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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GHANA: MIDWEEK
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GHANA: MIDWEEK
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GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 22-74-49-38-25
MACHINE: 48-67-29-16-60

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 47-81-68-40-09

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 65-63-87-84-50

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 44-72-32-52-59
MACHINE: 76-64-17-51-45

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 75-29-18-83-43
MACHINE: 24-39-51-62-42

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 42-26-65-40-06
MACHINE: 85-31-70-38-22

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 78-30-25-26-58

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 06-31-89-16-29

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 83-39-51-52-26

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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MACHINE: 42-43-76-39-09

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 21-55-89-24-27
MACHINE: 74-37-30-52-11

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 16-11-2016
SUCCESS: 57-18-53-06-84
MACHINE: 17-21-83-70-82

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 23-11-2016
SUCCESS: 01-40-57-63-45
MACHINE: 26-46-53-27-87

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 30-11-2016
SUCCESS: 36-19-37-43-12
MACHINE: 10-22-70-60-26

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 46-52-22-01-20
MACHINE: 73-06-32-36-29

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 14-12-2016
SUCCESS: 04-75-64-05-41
MACHINE: 07-29-56-24-35

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 21-12-2016
SUCCESS: 21-58-32-19-05
MACHINE: 75-48-71-16-34

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 28-12-2016
SUCCESS: 13-53-09-49-15
MACHINE: 32-70-80-56-31

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 04-01-2017
SUCCESS: 11-68-08-56-85
MACHINE: 13-90-38-44-33

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 11-01-2017
SUCCESS: 81-54-17-20-40
MACHINE: 88-79-60-68-35

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 18-01-2017
SUCCESS: 17-48-33-30-88
MACHINE: 66-02-21-12-51

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 25-01-2017
SUCCESS: 04-74-52-09-89
MACHINE: 30-64-20-13-27

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 01-02-2017
SUCCESS: 64-61-82-87-90
MACHINE: 38-07-62-34-11

GHANA MIDWEEK
DATE: 08-02-2017
SUCCESS: 18-19-76-37-45
MACHINE: 59-44-11-02-16

GHANA MID WEEK
DATE: 15-02-2017
SUCCESS: 15-52-63-01-50
MACHINE: 83-28-33-44-42

GHANA MID WEEK
DATE: 22-02-2017
SUCCESS: 75-86-32-61-76
MACHINE: 07-68-80-31-47

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 01-03-2017
SUCCESS: 66-52-38-82-88
MACHINE: 14-24-11-50-70

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 08-03-2017
SUCCESS: 43-30-15-35-31
MACHINE: 57-46-22-59-40

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 15-03-2017
SUCCESS: 29-84-23-77-05
MACHINE: 08-32-06-53-15

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 22-03-2017
SUCCESS: 70-61-74-85-58
MACHINE: 13-36-63-75-71

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 04-09-26-43-45
MACHINE: 01-79-30-39-53

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 90-78-85-19-47
MACHINE: 18-79-36-86-35

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 65-78-42-55-08
MACHINE: 37-74-35-47-12

GHANA: MIDWEEK
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SUCCESS: 50-31-26-14-86
MACHINE: 72-21-03-69-53

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 26-04-2017
SUCCESS: 20-68-26-65-80
MACHINE: 88-62-52-54-42

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 03-05-2017
SUCCESS: 39-58-36-33-47
MACHINE: 29-38-67-35-45

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 10-05-2017
SUCCESS: 37-30-63-13-19
MACHINE: 10-75-14-32-50

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 17-05-2017
SUCCESS: 05-74-75-66-10
MACHINE: 77-01-06-47-19

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 24-05-2017
SUCCESS: 76-71-55-75-13
MACHINE: 58-69-67-77-17

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 31-05-2017
SUCCESS: 53-17-04-60-89
MACHINE: 28-42-36-07-80

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 07-06-2017
SUCCESS: 16-40-35-47-42
MACHINE: 70-10-09-81-14

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 14-06-2017
SUCCESS: 05-25-71-56-19
MACHINE: 42-57-45-36-68


GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 14-06-2017
SUCCESS: 39-30-20-51-61
MACHINE: 37-22-23-81-72

GHANA: MIDWEEK
DATE: 21-06-2017
SUCCESS: 39-30-20-51-61
MACHINE: 37-22-23-81-72
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SUCCESS: 90-86-68-38-50
MACHINE: 37-66-04-32-73

PREMIER: LUCKY
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SUCCESS: 44-27-02-16-38
MACHINE: 86-83-30-41-62

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 10-07-2016
SUCCESS: 60-75-9-69-57
MACHINE: 85-04-81-06-01

PREMIER: LUCKY
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SUCCESS: 14-27-48-54-55
MACHINE: 15-16-62-07-82

PREMIER: LUCKY
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SUCCESS: 42-76-14-13-41
MACHINE: 38-68-71-09-65

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 20-07-2016
SUCCESS: 03-29-16-58-76
MACHINE: 72-66-01-67-19

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 24-07-2016
SUCCESS: 14-32-22-38-06
MACHINE: 82-28-34-18-50

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 27-07-2016
SUCCESS: 55-71-53-61-40
MACHINE: 24-58-80-04-05

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 31-07-2016
SUCCESS: 26-67-43-81-65
MACHINE: 38-61-32-45-35

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 03-08-2016
SUCCESS: 07-30-40-50-74
MACHINE: 85-64-65-32-77

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 07-08-2016
SUCCESS: 02-73-89-13-70
MACHINE: 65-76-60-56-42

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 10-08-2016
SUCCESS: 04-20-57-75-65
MACHINE: 46-48-19-72-16

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 14-08-2016
SUCCESS: 02-41-57-45-52
MACHINE: 74-16-27-66-84

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 17-08-2016
SUCCESS: 47-16-06-81-68
MACHINE: 49-30-19-86-48

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 21-08-2016
SUCCESS: 27-67-86-29-04
MACHINE: 85-31-22-65-82

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 24-08-2016
SUCCESS: 48-64-11-40-08
MACHINE: 52-41-88-05-32

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 28-08-2016
SUCCESS: 52-59-85-17-03
MACHINE: 73-13-32-63-77

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 31-08-2016
SUCCESS: 82-53-36-54-30
MACHINE: 84-44-21-76-23

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 04-09-2016
SUCCESS: 07-79-68-47-85
MACHINE: 17-82-13-76-67

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 07-09-2016
SUCCESS: 06-25-82-08-26
MACHINE: 83-64-81-20-34

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 11-09-2016
SUCCESS: 81-14-27-78-61
MACHINE: 43-51-36-31-28

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 14-09-2016
SUCCESS: 60-72-76-61-80
MACHINE: 57-21-32-27-74

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 18-09-2016
SUCCESS: 56-69-23-36-40
MACHINE: 15-61-01-37-83

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 21-09-2016
SUCCESS: 50-27-53-62-89
MACHINE: 72-86-75-77-11

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 28-09-2016
SUCCESS: 59-84-68-75-71
MACHINE: 36-37-21-23-34

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 02-10-2016
SUCCESS: 08-27-63-01-37
MACHINE: 45-34-42-10-88

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 05-10-2016
SUCCESS: 85-51-86-35-43
MACHINE: 02-28-65-16-22

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 09-10-2016
SUCCESS: 57-71-16-56-72
MACHINE: 23-39-17-19-11

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 12-10-2016
SUCCESS: 64-03-81-18-17
MACHINE: 73-44-28-86-25

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 16-10-2016
SUCCESS: 32-36-28-51-06
MACHINE: 84-07-48-61-37

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 19-10-2016
SUCCESS: 64-17-15-47-33
MACHINE: 10-67-35-68-28

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 23-10-2016
SUCCESS: 75-39-51-32-19
MACHINE: 90-69-25-67-26

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE: 26-10-2016
SUCCESS: 50-58-64-70-30
MACHINE: 68-52-55-87-76

PREMIER: LUCKY
DATE
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PREMIER: CLUB MASTER
27-06-2017
SUC: 32-77-90-28-18
MAC: 73-27-75-19-59
Balance: 10

MONDAY SPECIAL
27-06-2017
WIN: 69-23-79-01-50
MAC: 07-36-18-88-52

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WIN: 70-57-13-19-55
MAC: 75-41-11-48-12
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PAST RESULT ON TUESDAY
DATE: 27••06••2017 #FLWC©
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GOLDEN CHANCE : JAMBOREE
DATE: 05-07-2016
SUCCESS: 32-66-61-45-01
MACHINE: 74-3-18-20-39

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 12-07-2016
SUCCESS: 43-68-54-02-62
MACHINE: 56-44-22-10-18

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 19-07-2016
SUCCESS: 24-12-46-26-68
MACHINE: 13-16-39-18-32

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 26-07-2016
SUCCESS: 58-50-36-02-73
MACHINE: 21-48-14-80-72

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 02-08-2016
SUCCESS: 74-27-58-79-19
MACHINE: 71-78-39-55-02

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 09-08-2016
SUCCESS: 88-79-57-39-02
MACHINE: 04-47-89-73-76

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 16-08-2016
SUCCESS: 37-26-07-70-29
MACHINE: 31-60-46-61-19

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 23-08-2016
SUCCESS: 21-37-34-80-08
MACHINE: 15-78-11-19-41

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 30-08-2016
SUCCESS: 61-27-76-78-29
MACHINE: 90-63-55-31-48

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 06-09-2016
SUCCESS: 81-26-23-19-37
MACHINE: 86-08-60-38-51

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 13-09-2016
SUCCESS: 51-63-12-18-29
MACHINE: 04-89-52-76-11

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 20-09-2016
SUCCESS: 25-12-61-36-44
MACHINE: 22-68-33-14-66

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 27-09-2016
SUCCESS: 59-33-70-51-08
MACHINE: 05-40-28-15-21

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 04-10-2016
SUCCESS: 32-86-75-35-72
MACHINE: 70-68-55-83-89

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 11-10-2016
SUCCESS: 89-86-87-50-01
MACHINE: 59-13-10-39-57

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 18-10-2016
SUCCESS: 21-69-65-82-25
MACHINE: 77-79-90-29-78

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 25-10-2016
SUCCESS: 14-48-86-55-51
MACHINE: 52-64-18-27-49

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 11-01-2016
SUCCESS: 38-20-51-07-76
MACHINE: 17-31-05-72-28

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 08-11-2016
SUCCESS: 76-42-37-11-04
MACHINE: 57-86-52-03-17

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 15-11-2016
SUCCESS: 11-86-55-25-34
MACHINE: 14-73-61-52-81

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 10-01-2017
SUCCESS: 12-14-30-10-39
MACHINE: 83-08-21-79-36

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 22-11-2016
SUCCESS: 11-18-42-50-69
MACHINE: 19-12-64-43-20

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 29-11-2016
SUCCESS: 73-25-15-85-23
MACHINE: 21-22-08-87-49

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 06-12-2016
SUCCESS: 81-38-10-66-48
MACHINE: 07-08-61-53-50

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 13-12-2016
SUCCESS: 74-36-48-27-81
MACHINE: 14-75-55-76-26

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 20-12-2016
SUCCESS: 44-09-67-35-52
MACHINE: 40-53-81-04-38

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 27-12-2016
SUCCESS: 34-31-09-41-24
MACHINE: 65-23-20-35-88

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 03-01-2017
SUCCESS: 17-09-38-31-79
MACHINE: 50-08-11-63-59

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 10-01-2017

SUCCESS: 12-14-30-10-39

MACHINE: 83-08-21-79-36


GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 17-01-2017
SUCCESS: 86-88-27-73-13
MACHINE: 03-56-01-43-15

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 24-01-2017
SUCCESS: 54-88-35-46-32
MACHINE: 16-21-85-10-34

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 31-01-2017
SUCCESS: 24-14-03-40-71
MACHINE: 17-83-89-59-35

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 07-02-2017
SUCCESS: 56-04-46-87-29
MACHINE: 81-02-05-44-62

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 14-02-2017
SUCCESS: 22-28-46-66-31
MACHINE: 65-72-79-71-14

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 21-02-2017
SUCCESS: 32-58-11-38-39
MACHINE: 13-70-64-54-65

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 28-02-2017
SUCCESS: 04-24-22-52-87
MACHINE: 58-76-26-43-35

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 07-03-2017
SUCCESS: 89-67-09-06-27
MACHINE: 24-65-16-03-13

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 14-03-2017
SUCCESS: 33-59-13-23-39
MACHINE: 02-84-10-08-83

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 21-03-2017
SUCCESS: 69-29-48-46-23
MACHINE: 58-05-15-63-81

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 28-03-2017
SUCCESS: 42-70-08-61-20
MACHINE: 48-07-51-55-12

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 04-04-2017
SUCCESS: 08-06-80-70-82
MACHINE: 87-81-03-58-55

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 11-04-2017
SUCCESS: 32-87-47-76-66
MACHINE: 15-03-67-84-17

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 18-04-2017
SUCCESS: 88-89-57-81-39
MACHINE: 42--04-17-01-75

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 25-04-2017
SUCCESS: 78-84-86-50-37
MACHINE: 79-85-66-41-15

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 02-05-2017
SUCCESS: 20-57-04-38-26
MACHINE: 21-74-76-60-67

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 09-05-2017
SUCCESS: 86-50-68-32-67
MACHINE: 19-54-47-56-40

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 16-05-2017
SUCCESS: 08-05-80-76-44
MACHINE: 87- 40- 46- 48- 57

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 23-05-2017
SUCCESS: 09-64-44-71-60
MACHINE: 90 86-63-03-46

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 30-05-2017
SUCCESS: 70-07-09-61-83
MACHINE: 02-16-36-03-19

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE

DATE: 06-06-2017
SUCCESS: 67-19-46-09-62
MACHINE: 65-26-15-45-01

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
DATE: 13-06-2017
SUCCESS: 20-69-80-43-08
MACHINE: 68-02-26-36-13

GOLDEN CHANCE: JAMBOREE
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SUCCESS: 15-49-34-74-22
MACHINE: 21-44-27-71-55
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MACHINE: 51-01-55-49-20

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MACHINE: 01-25-62-35-21

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MACHINE: 44-29-55-18-72

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MACHINE: 60-80-33-79-32

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MACHINE: 66-50-41-86-68

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MACHINE: 45-35-87-22-59

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MACHINE: 28-77-74-68-43

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MACHINE: 01-71-35-79-41

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MACHINE: 02-17-63-81-44

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MACHINE: 86-42-38-34-39

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MACHINE: 39-47-80-51-78

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MACHINE: 02-15-52-03-01

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MACHINE: 81-38-76-61-86

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MACHINE: 13-34-09-80-77

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MACHINE: 20-81-50-41-02

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MACHINE: 13-45-85-88-57

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MACHINE: 28-77-38-30-14

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MACHINE: 06-76-70-29-15

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MACHINE: 87-05-89-26-72

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MACHINE: 67-77-64-82-18

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MACHINE: 09-76-02-43-28

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MACHINE: 11-79-37-50-53

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MACHINE: 04-64-42-27-39

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MACHINE: 31-83-02-65-64

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SUCCESS: 44-73-20-79-52
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SUCCESS: 03-02-09-25-85
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SUCCESS: 35-80-22-27-51
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SUCCESS: 63-83-20-72-68
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SUCCESS: 65-57-20-71-74
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SUCCESS: 46-79-18-10-74
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SUCCESS: 87-48-76-64-90
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SUCCESS: 29-39-24-26-34
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SUCCESS: 20-54-65-60-46
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SUCCESS: 29-68-09-23-31
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SUCCESS: 29-04-88-72-41
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SUCCESS: 12-05-16-39-22
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SUCCESS: 65-74-40-53-37
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SUCCESS: 23-66-61-57-87
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SUCCESS: 33-22-11-12-89
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SUCCESS: 90-37-18-48-25
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SUCCESS: 30-23-06-80-43
MACHINE: 81-59-63-83-55

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SUCCESS: 85-41-01-04-52
MACHINE: 15-07-44-67-43

GHANA: LUCKY G
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SUCCESS: 58-17-04-50-45
MACHINE: 36-08-46-20-23

GHANA: LUCKY G
DATE: 09-05-2017
SUCCESS: 18-42-83-89-26
MACHINE: 21-24-47-37-69

GHANA: LUCKY G
DATE: 16-05-2017
SUCCESS: 72-28-58-80-67
MACHINE: 51-12-10-11-48

GHANA: LUCKY G
DATE: 23-05-2017
SUCCESS: 46-31-64-47-38
MACHINE: 35-27-79-40-42

GHANA: LUCKY G
DATE: 30-05-2017
SUCCESS: 80-51-28-27-68
MACHINE: 62-75-88-82-15

GHANA: LUCKY G
DATE: 06-06-2017
SUCCESS: 50-59-52-58-33
MACHINE: 35-67-73-63-19

GHANA: LUCKY
DATE: 13-06-2017
SUCCESS: 13-06-43-09-81
MACHINE: 11-83-23-54-70

GHANA: LUCKY
DATE: 20-06-2017
SUCCESS: 65-06-02-84-63
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MACHINE: 62-34-01-69-07

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MACHINE: 03-89-55-09-51

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MACHINE: 11-49-80-68-70

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SUCCESS: 11-09-53-21-32
MACHINE: 77-82-20-61-83

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SUCCESS: 51-07-65-36-83
MACHINE: 52-19-13-61-85

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SUCCESS: 04-77-55-06-90
MACHINE: 73-83-24-85-02

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SUCCESS: 11-53-37-56-41
MACHINE: 71-44-38-79-86

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SUCCESS: 07-43-04-49-16
MACHINE: 10-12-14-41-01

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MACHINE: 65-29-04-17-09

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MACHINE: 76-85-74-80-75

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MACHINE: 43-58-04-37-40

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MACHINE: 11-81-83-24-08

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SUCCESS: 58-52-25-87-74
MACHINE: 66-44-40-12-63

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DATE: 15-10-2016
SUCCESS: 73-41-02-89-57
MACHINE: 27-64-88-54-78

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DATE: 18-10-2016
SUCCESS: 90-47-19-66-62
MACHINE: 60-46-50-44-64

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DATE: 22-10-2016
SUCCESS: 41-37-71-42-02
MACHINE: 22-73-08-63-61

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DATE: 25-10-2016
SUCCESS: 60-88-34-64-44
MACHINE: 06-45-05-58-28

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 29-10-2016
SUCCESS: 10-44-21-89-87
MACHINE: 82-13-04-90-34

PREMIER: SUPER
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SUCCESS: 02-38-55-86-39
MACHINE: 64-12-90-16-60

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 05-11-2016
SUCCESS: 52-35-46-24-16
MACHINE: 72-71-38-50-90

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 08-11-2016
SUCCESS: 23-59-85-25-64
MACHINE: 86-30-75-45-56

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 12-11-2016
SUCCESS: 58-02-57-32-49
MACHINE: 51-82-16-80-11

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 15-11-2016
SUCCESS: 84-12-18-32-43
MACHINE: 78-90-83-02-28

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 19-11-2016
SUCCESS: 82-29-57-54-39
MACHINE: 13-11-05-20-01

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 22-11-2016
SUCCESS: 72-31-74-46-20
MACHINE: 84-81-41-04-48

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 26-11-2016
SUCCESS: 21-09-74-14-64
MACHINE: 54-08-71-33-88

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 29-11-2016
SUCCESS: 33-76-80-17-82
MACHINE: 02-51-22-45-08

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 03-12-2016
SUCCESS: 68-75-81-06-72
MACHINE: 07-88-29-43-86

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 06-12-2016
SUCCESS: 46-66-70-20-40
MACHINE: 55-85-07-75-63

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 10-12-2016
SUCCESS: 21-27-31-12-71
MACHINE: 38-59-28-67-60

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 13-12-2016
SUCCESS: 15-10-66-32-63
MACHINE: 72-02-71-86-41

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 17-12-2016
SUCCESS: 47-82-27-46-80
MACHINE: 09-48-81-58-31

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE:20-12-2016
SUCCESS: 56-86-81-11-15
MACHINE: 47-02-22-06-48

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 24-12-2016
SUCCESS: 65-45-28-73-64
MACHINE: 78-52-86-58-68

PREMIER: SUPER
DATE: 27-12-2016
SUCCESS: 59-69-50-20-46
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DATE: 04-07-2016
SUCCESS: 07-09-75-44-62
MACHINE: 89-50-58-20-36

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 11-07-2016
SUCCESS: 22-87-12-62-66
MACHINE: 23-20-25-09-57

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 18-07-2016
SUCCESS: 15-40-90-83-60
MACHINE: 84-62-14-07-56

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 25-07-2016
SUCCESS: 55-68-42-10-45
MACHINE: 59-84-15-13-32

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 01-08-2016
SUCCESS: 67-11-04-12-27
MACHINE: 44-22-84-59-43

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 08-08-2016
SUCCESS: 48-09-25-86-55
MACHINE: 27-57-61-79-39

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 15-08-2016
SUCCESS: 22-29-27-41-06
MACHINE: 77-49-14-47-16

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 22-08-2016
SUCCESS: 21-14-27-19-56
MACHINE: 88-66-30-08-07

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 29-08-2016
SUCCESS: 72-82-76-52-34
MACHINE: 17-59-55-32-01

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 05-09-2016
SUCCESS: 61-70-65-63-72
MACHINE: 28-38-89-79-73

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
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SUCCESS: 04-74-31-17-55
MACHINE: 71-60-33-03-72

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 19-09-2016
SUCCESS: 68-12-01-53-22
MACHINE: 39-76-19-18-78

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 26-09-2016
SUCCESS: 73-04-82-47-37
MACHINE: 75-17-84-09-79

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 03-10-2016
SUCCESS: 65-79-31-51-82
MACHINE: 11-58-88-32-35

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 10-10-2016
SUCCESS: 28-22-74-38-41
MACHINE: 30-42-57-11-59

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 17-10-2016
SUCCESS: 41-08-06-13-43
MACHINE: 24-52-73-10-20

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 24-10-2016
SUCCESS: 11-72-28-25-70
MACHINE: 24-88-12-61-19

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 31-10-2016
SUCCESS: 64-43-52-17-55
MACHINE: 28-26-83-46-21

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 07-11-2016
SUCCESS: 31-12-87-66-63
MACHINE: 59-39-32-80-11

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 14-11-2016
SUCCESS: 80-22-15-17-20
MACHINE: 08-30-69-87-40

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 21-11-2016
SUCCESS: 70-85-44-40-67
MACHINE: 23-57-81-76-34

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
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SUCCESS: 30-28-56-90-16
MACHINE: 03-72-78-82-66

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 05-12-2016
SUCCESS: 84-85-27-76-82
MACHINE: 26-89-33-87-01

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 12-12-2016
SUCCESS: 21-82-43-25-72
MACHINE: 20-56-06-15-02

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 19-12-2016
SUCCESS: 04-46-57-32-33
MACHINE: 47-74-65-25-70

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 26-12-2016
SUCCESS: 82-03-21-75-12
MACHINE: 01-90-81-79-26

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 02-01-2017
SUCCESS: 60-89-32-09-21
MACHINE: 69-25-56-40-52

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 09-01-2017
SUCCESS: 36-67-74-50-47
MACHINE: 70-73-14-84-58

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 16-01-2017
SUCCESS: 16-53-66-28-65
MACHINE: 79-10-12-39-69

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 23-01-2017
SUCCESS: 10-72-76-02-27
MACHINE: 29-61-34-21-65

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 30-01-2017
SUCCESS: 19-55-25-66-87
MACHINE: 51-07-46-56-09

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 06-02-2017
SUCCESS: 07-89-37-45-18
MACHINE: 44-60-85-84-14

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 13-02-2017
SUCCESS: 62-34-89-60-10
MACHINE: 64-36-67-13-38

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 20-02-2017
SUCCESS: 34-42-14-03-07
MACHINE: 29-53-27-17-12

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 27-02-2017
SUCCESS: 62-57-14-84-18
MACHINE: 30-86-17-40-08

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 06-03-2017
SUCCESS: 54-77-55-50-06
MACHINE: 78-59-32-24-26

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 13-03-2017
SUCCESS: 54-42-66-57-71
MACHINE: 68-60-21-79-64

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 20-03-2017
SUCCESS: 75-83-30-47-37
MACHINE: 64-79-08-40-39

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 27-03-2017
SUCCESS: 34-72-42-15-24
MACHINE: 27-37-63-68-52

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 03-04-2017
SUCCESS: 20-34-84-87-77
MACHINE: 13-51-54-39-88

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 10-04-2017
SUCCESS: 80-72-53-73-63
MACHINE: 19-12-33-02-68

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 17-04-2017
SUCCESS: 83-12-29-82-05
MACHINE: 54-49-73-16-41

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 24-04-2017
SUCCESS: 39-86-13-50-80
MACHINE: 07-42-14-62-82

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 01-05-2017
SUCCESS: 14-58-01-47-08
MACHINE: 27-86-22-04-40

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 08-05-2017
SUCCESS: 25-62-59-53-03
MACHINE: 63-89-71-46-26

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
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SUCCESS: 52-26-42-55-87
MACHINE: 13-66-31-14-07

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
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SUCCESS: 54-03-75-30-45
MACHINE: 70-13-37-79-01

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
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SUCCESS: 02-70-41-82-35
MACHINE: 72-80-07-04-03

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
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SUCCESS: 52-84-26-43-41
MACHINE: 36-29-09-74-50

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 12-06-2017
SUCCESS: 34-64-02-25-37
MACHINE: 55-29-50-12-83

GOLDEN CHANCE: SUNRISE
DATE: 19-06-2017
SUCCESS: 56-71-76-05-35
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MACHINE: 21-22-60-72-56

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MACHINE: 89-66-38-24-14

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SUCCESS: 71-58-63-07-34
MACHINE: 40-11-53-48-29

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MACHINE: 45-04-88-34-46

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SUCCESS: 58-22-89-28-16
MACHINE: 24-41-70-34-59

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SUCCESS: 40-30-36-76-77
MACHINE: 64-74-08-21-65

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SUCCESS: 66-67-15-20-53
MACHINE: 45-57-07-86-26

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SUCCESS: 16-61-18-76-43
MACHINE: 63-29-68-30-77

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SUCCESS: 26-71-22-18-17
MACHINE: 53-49-32-09-88

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 29-08-2016
SUCCESS: 88-01-84-40-60
MACHINE: 74-30-13-39-51

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SUCCESS: 80-28-02-61-30
MACHINE: 23-40-11-01-78

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SUCCESS: 15-42-52-41-28
MACHINE: 01-67-31-45-33

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SUCCESS: 14-81-89-22-77
MACHINE: 64-39-57-72-05

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SUCCESS: 39-72-53-17-56
MACHINE: 42-85-36-83-40

PREMIER: DIAMOND
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SUCCESS: 44-06-30-20-05
MACHINE: 77-22-60-87-16

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 19-09-2016
SUCCESS: 32-56-14-61-03
MACHINE: 82-42-54-05-78

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 22-09-2016
SUCCESS: 20-56-90-86-59
MACHINE: 03-58-64-07-79

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 26-09-2016
SUCCESS: 02-65-31-74-45
MACHINE: 26-19-81-58-78

PREMIER: DIAMOND
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SUCCESS: 09-89-65-15-40
MACHINE: 38-16-12-36-41

PREMIER: DIAMOND
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SUCCESS: 84-71-80-42-61
MACHINE: 74-38-73-88-79

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 06-10-2016
SUCCESS: 51-01-85-62-43
MACHINE: 63-44-71-82-80

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SUCCESS: 53-12-86-51-81
MACHINE: 21-61-60-39-20

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SUCCESS: 27-4-16-01-57
MACHINE: 81-47-13-29-68

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 17-10-2016
SUCCESS: 53-37-42-20-08
MACHINE: 14-38-44-33-51

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 20-10-2016
SUCCESS: 63-16-59-71-01
MACHINE: 41-45-33-49-30

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 24-10-2016
SUCCESS: 29-07-79-34-73
MACHINE: 09-66-24-15-06

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 27-10-2016
SUCCESS: 18-46-81-70-02
MACHINE: 33-01-36-89-78

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 31-10-2016
SUCCESS: 54-22-46-23-45
MACHINE: 50-66-70-16-31

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 03-11-2016
SUCCESS: 35-31-64-30-51
MACHINE: 16-53-32-13-11

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 07-11-2016
SUCCESS: 64-58-47-72-23
MACHINE: 75-82-45-20-74

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 10-11-2016
SUCCESS: 18-01-81-65-22
MACHINE: 32-37-71-08-07

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 14-11-2016
SUCCESS: 02-05-64-23-46
MACHINE: 15-51-30-47-21

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 17-11-2016
SUCCESS: 28-86-65-10-47
MACHINE: 75-82-15-16-17

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DATE: 21-11-2016
SUCCESS: 56-34-50-13-57
MACHINE: 47-28-11-64-30

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 24-11-2016
SUCCESS: 49-85-27-43-18
MACHINE: 84-70-35-57-40

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 28-11-2016
SUCCESS: 85-12-07-89-82
MACHINE: 14-64-62-31-68

PREMIER: DIAMOND
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SUCCESS: 56-37-63-22-69
MACHINE: 88-50-49-82-19

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 05-12-2016
SUCCESS: 41-75-10-85-29
MACHINE: 55-37-80-20-16

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 08-12-2016
SUCCESS: 69-49-74-23-64
MACHINE: 73-54-85-67-07

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 12-12-2016
SUCCESS: 45-18-56-76-48
MACHINE: 34-17-39-87-81

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 15-12-2016
SUCCESS 56-64-78-75-62
MACHINE: 71-06-79-89-42

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 19-12-2016
SUCCESS: 63-78-44-64-18
MACHINE: 90-10-33-81-69

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 22-12-2016
SUCCESS: 70-07-52-30-85
MACHINE: 51-25-43-29-18

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 26-12-2016
SUCCESS: 63-52-47-44-60
MACHINE: 57-16-73-83-38

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 29-12-2016
SUCCESS: 70-56-61-39-29
MACHINE: 12-60-20-37-79

PREMIER: DIAMOND
DATE: 02-01-2017
SUCCESS: 88-23-89-79-62
MACHINE: 53-35-63-65-41

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SUCCESS: 55-41-23-51-46
MACHINE: 42-17-03-83-09

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SUCCESS: 58-87-12-47-01
MACHINE: 33-86-45-41-51

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SUCCESS: 34-44-17-57-26
MACHINE: 83-68-74-06-12

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SUCCESS: 24-34-68-22-03
MACHINE: 40-51-65-18-62

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DATE: 19-01-2017
SUCCESS: 60-04-22-43-47
MACHINE: 54-71-53-80-14

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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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MACHINE: 40-72-31-77-85

PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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PREMIER: PEOPLES
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MACHINE: 34-53-79-75-30

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PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 76-60-68-82-38

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 63-15-06-56-17

PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 12-27-53-57-77

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 64-27-61-06-72

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 40-07-29-08-22

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 82-11-88-05-87

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 49-62-67-75-71

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 28-14-84-08-78

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 69-24-68-48-90

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 80-59-26-51-76

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 39-67-65-68-56

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 18-25-67-37-53

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 14-34-37-88-68

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 52-69-75-89-76

PREMIER: BINGO
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SUCCESS: 27-76-79-33-62
MACHINE: 06-28-13-24-80

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 28-11-2016
SUCCESS: 89-01-47-61-34
MACHINE: 37-75-48-35-18

PREMIER: BINGO
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SUCCESS: 39-06-62-28-31
MACHINE: 58-70-68-47-76

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 09-54-21-40-14

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 22-33-76-07-51

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 90-66-68-42-64

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 79-34-54-04-68

PREMIER: BINGO
DATE: 19-12-2016
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MACHINE: 80-76-79-52-40

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 80-40-39-62-19

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 58-59-12-11-79

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 57-58-60-31-85

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 15-53-55-02-37

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 09-38-02-08-14

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 79-17-51-22-84

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 25-77-05-22-83

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 05-51-22-72-34

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 61-20-26-52-53

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 29-63-12-50-01

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 16-37-68-75-79

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 07-70-71-32-37

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 59-30-48-22-79

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 07-42-06-27-45

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 65-02-18-69-34

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 87-90-73-36-39

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 24-35-48-58-73

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 37-79-56-17-77

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 63-12-04-81-02

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PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 72-61-48-42-58

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 46-82-16-02-17

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 59-19-21-76-90

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MACHINE: 24-28-33-38-80

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 80-08-81-50-16

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 18-04-34-49-64

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 17-58-67-55-52

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 40-58-25-77-49

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 27-68-03-82-49

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 60-32-66-54-26

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 39-48-02-10-49

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 27-12-56-28-14

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 30-34-41-20-21

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MACHINE: 34-55-11-68-45

PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 25-64-77-01-45

PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 55-86-38-58-85

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PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: BINGO
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PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 01-40-25-48-53

PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 36-03-70-39-30

PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 61-20-83-37-40

PREMIER: METRO
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PREMIER: METRO
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PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 31-09-33-08-52

PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 69-14-05-57-77

PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 28-88-41-71-83

PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 30-57-75-16-82

PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 39-72-04-34-65

PREMIER: METRO
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PREMIER: METRO
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PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 35-24-15-01-52

PREMIER: METRO
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SUCCESS: 63-54-44-37-11
MACHINE: 85-57-69-74-20

PREMIER: METRO
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SUCCESS: 66-83-79-55-06
MACHINE: 58-15-41-44-37

PREMIER: BINGO
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MACHINE: 52-69-75-89-76

PREMIER: METRO
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MACHINE: 72-01-78-08-12

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 28-11-2016
SUCCESS: 75-43-58-31-18
MACHINE: 34-83-81-87-61

PREMIER: METRO
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SUCCESS: 15-72-77-56-29
MACHINE: 07-82-39-74-66

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 05-12-2016
SUCCESS: 39-38-59-11-34
MACHINE: 79-75-40-25-22

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 09-12-2016
SUCCESS: 61-53-60-26-90
MACHINE: 27-32-52-34-30

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 12-12-2016
SUCCESS: 82-85-72-65-05
MACHINE: 54-17-48-31-09

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 16-12-2016
SUCCESS: 14-41-17-01-60
MACHINE: 43-33-70-37-84

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 19-12-2016
SUCCESS: 83-10-64-13-16
MACHINE: 50-04-11-36-37

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 23-12-2016
SUCCESS: 51-21-22-25-28
MACHINE: 10-20-16-40-75

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 26-12-2016
SUCCESS: 62-88-82-11-37
MACHINE: 67-79-07-47-89

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 30-12-2016
SUCCESS: 85-04-42-19-75
MACHINE: 88-12-15-10-27

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 02-01-2016
SUCCESS: 89-37-71-61-16
MACHINE: 77-57-38-34-58

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 06-01-2017
SUCCESS: 08-01-74-55-33
MACHINE: 39-16-48-32-63

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 09-01-2017
SUCCESS: 10-56-78-84-12
MACHINE: 03-74-89-16-83

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 13-01-2017
SUCCESS: 20-22-04-56-33
MACHINE: 42-30-79-61-70

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 16-01-2017
SUCCESS: 06-84-60-73-76
MACHINE: 52-13-53-15-18

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 20-01-2017
SUCCESS: 61-48-55-23-59
MACHINE: 29-75-62-16-86

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 23-01-2017
SUCCESS: 33-45-89-14-64
MACHINE: 40-70-27-60-25

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 27-01-2017
SUCCESS: 38-14-76-04-20
MACHINE: 24-45-01-53-77

PREMIER: METRO
DATE:30-01-2017
SUCCESS: 42-56-47-43-51
MACHINE: 46-66-84-44-03

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 03-02-2017
SUCCESS: 67-83-76-41-46
MACHINE: 84-50-55-24-78

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 06-02-2017
SUCCESS: 05-12-61-89-28
MACHINE: 80-02-76-84-51

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 10-02-2017
SUCCESS: 04-75-02-13-24
MACHINE: 35-66-29-67-45

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 13-02-2017
SUCCESS: 64-08-77-69-22
MACHINE: 39-13-48-07-66

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 17-02-2017
SUCCESS: 66-62-06-52-63
MACHINE: 49-50-46-47-69

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 20-02-2017
SUCCESS: 60-74-08-58-04
MACHINE: 63-80-11-86-43

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 24-02-2017
SUCCESS: 05-82-73-64-11
MACHINE: 77-48-51-89-41

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 27-02-2017
SUCCESS: 32-10-29 49-85
MACHINE: 39-77-19-65-80

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 03-03-2017
SUCCESS: 05-17-25-33-12
MACHINE: 39-45-72-54-04

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 06-03-2017
SUCCESS: 85-41-88-39-13
MACHINE: 46-61-84-79-25

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 10-03-2017
SUCCESS: 63-14-85-03-67
MACHINE: 53-52-37-33-87

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 13-03-2017
SUCCESS: 24-75-03-21-85
MACHINE: 55-01-26-42-49

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 17-03-2017
SUCCESS: 07-08-28-75-30
MACHINE: 36-60-29-70-55

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 20-03-2017
SUCCESS: 85-45-83-37-50
MACHINE: 47-67-86-46-42

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 24-03-2017
SUCCESS: 71-11-15-21-48
MACHINE: 46-68-16-57-72

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 27-03-2017
SUCCESS: 01-90-72-05-41
MACHINE: 78-34-83-63-33

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 31-03-2017
SUCCESS: 20-38-05-21-25
MACHINE: 12-10-02-75-11

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 03-04-2017
SUCCESS: 75-16-11-40-49
MACHINE: 70-30-26-29-35

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 07-04-2017
SUCCESS: 88-24-50-07-03
MACHINE: 83-27-87-67-04

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 10-04-2017
SUCCESS: 51-42-30-58-14
MACHINE: 29-05-16-39-44

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 14-04-2017
SUCCESS: 71-40-39-56-42
MACHINE: 20-66-43-61-32

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 17-04-2017
SUCCESS: 64-82-67-18-43
MACHINE: 31-54-16-09-76

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 21-04-2017
SUCCESS: 88-22-53-62-58
MACHINE: 07-63-52-06-48

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 24-04-2017
SUCCESS: 23-81-68-55-27
MACHINE: 25-45-84-10-87

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 28-04-2017
SUCCESS: 86-17-02-66-09
MACHINE: 24-03-40-10-75

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 01-05-2017
SUCCESS: 56-11-41-34-65
MACHINE: 78-44-03-48-25

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 05-05-2017
SUCCESS: 84-59-21-42-14
MACHINE: 40-58-70-45-49

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 08-05-2017
SUCCESS: 09-88-19-51-31
MACHINE: 48-57-42-62-34

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 12-05-2017
SUCCESS: 37-51-25-38-40
MACHINE: 67-20-22-84-53

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 15-05-2017
SUCCESS: 45-48-62-90-07
MACHINE: 89-55-44-80-04

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 19-05-2017
SUCCESS: 48-63-29-01-08
MACHINE: 35-36-39-12-49

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 22-05-2017
SUCCESS: 90-51-86-02-81
MACHINE: 05-71-41-85-35

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 26-05-2017
SUCCESS: 69-29-83-50-23
MACHINE: 43-90-78-21-02

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 29-05-2017
SUCCESS: 41-40-55-28-03
MACHINE: 79-08-06-43-49

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 02-06-2017
SUCCESS: 03-41-12-79-30
MACHINE: 70-48-04-89-22

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 05-06-2017
SUCCESS: 59-32-34-57-29
MACHINE: 70-54-84-76-86

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 09-06-2017
SUCCESS: 52-85-35-13-90
MACHINE: 62-29-60-41-77

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 12-06-2017
SUCCESS: 57-56-20-21-85
MACHINE: 67-04-36-60-52

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 16-06-2017
SUCCESS: 47-70-01-73-39
MACHINE: 71-54-83-11-12

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 19-06-2017
SUCCESS: 59-22-43-68-63
MACHINE: 06-56-01-74-07

PREMIER: METRO
DATE: 23-06-2017
SUCCESS: 33-10-66-14-24
MACHINE: 73-01-76-29-71
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GHANA: MSP
DATE: 04-07-2016
SUCCESS: 11-83-90-05-24
MACHINE: 30-39-81-75-16

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 11-07-2016
SUCCESS: 80-88-38-72-10
MACHINE: 13-06-78-52-23

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 18-07-2016
SUCCESS: 04-48-36-42-41
MACHINE: 87-13-27-85-46

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 25-07-2016
SUCCESS: 39-46-48-25-19
MACHINE: 67-78-28-15-44

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 01-08-2016
SUCCESS: 10-23-64-88-09
MACHINE: 31-81-44-55-69

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 08-08-2016
SUCCESS: 69-51-29-05-86
MACHINE: 79-64-1-18-72

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 15-08-2016
SUCCESS: 22-49-73-37-21
MACHINE: 11-46-10-78-56

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 22-08-2016
SUCCESS: 07-65-55-02-50
MACHINE: 56-37-59-54-33

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 29-08-2016
SUCCESS: 12-51-40-28-09
MACHINE: 52-44-60-15-24

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 05-09-2016
SUCCESS: 70-36-11-48-59
MACHINE: 57-05-13-69-85

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 12-09-2016
SUCCESS: 19-84-58-77-07
MACHINE: 65-79-05-66-24

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 19-09-2016
SUCCESS: 11-71-87-15-06
MACHINE: 84-90-46-13-05

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 26-09-2016
SUCCESS: 83-42-88-77-90
MACHINE: 44-67-20-36-11

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 03-10-2015
SUCCESS: 25-26-18-16-30
MACHINE: 09-36-87-33-46

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 10-10-2016
SUCCESS: 68-01-24-22-88
MACHINE: 75-52-05-87-42

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 17-10-2016
SUCCESS: 76-25-50-72-67
MACHINE: 04-10-46-51-69

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 24-10-2016
SUCCESS 76-53-77-24-22
MACHINE 89-44-55-71-38

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 31-10-2016
SUCCESS: 38-84-10-69-08
MACHINE: 05-27-28-50-79

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 07-11-2016
SUCCESS: 31-02-09-56-01
MACHINE: 26-81-22-70-51

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 14-11-2016
SUCCESS: 71-35-17-14-75
MACHINE: 34-01-56-38-16

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 21-11-2016
SUCCESS: 75-53-28-24-47
MACHINE: 31-50-64-01-08

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 28-11-2016
SUCCESS: 05-84-36-63-85
MACHINE: 40-26-64-72-48

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 05-12-2016
SUCCESS: 43-59-35-82-54
MACHINE: 25-61-30-57-52

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 12-12-2016
SUCCESS: 26-84-55-88-87
MACHINE: 05-27-22-49-20

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 19-12-2016
SUCCESS: 24-35-06-74-46
MACHINE: 02-85-63-75-67

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 02-01-2017
SUCCESS: 48-45-64-32-50
MACHINE: 82-44-33-04-05

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 09-01-2017
SUCCESS: 66-60-64-26-24
MACHINE: 12-16-08-88-51

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 16-01-2017
SUCCESS: 26-32-40-61-20
MACHINE: 09-07-39-85-28

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 23-01-2017
SUCCESS: 35-72-77-19-30
MACHINE: 36-86-11-42-37

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 30-01-2017
SUCCESS: 46-90-73-50-15
MACHINE: 42-60-58-39-76

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 06-02-2017
SUCCESS: 24-85-75-04-27
MACHINE: 70-88-12-36-86

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 13-02-2017
SUCCESS: 47-80-54-82-36
MACHINE: 26-28-23-88-71

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 20-02-2016
SUCCESS: 69-46-24-60-09
MACHINE: 28-86-71-53-80

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 27-02-2017
SUCCESS: 09-03-14-76-51
MACHINE: 68-26-16-37-42

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 06-03-2017
SUCCESS: 71-84-35-38-67
MACHINE: 61-89-30-68-12

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 13-03-2017
SUCCESS: 49-28-44-70-11
MACHINE: 85-19-16-38-59

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 20-3-2017
SUCCESS: 24-70-07-79-38
MACHINE: 74-37-73-60-71

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 27-03-2017
SUCCESS: 25-14-03-45-10
MACHINE: 50-16-61-02-81

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 03-04-2017
SUCCESS: 48-89-47-10-22
MACHINE: 50-43-12-07-77

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 10-04-2017
SUCCESS: 66-14-05-63-02
MACHINE: 51-07-21-87-50

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 17-04-2017
SUCCESS: 18-55-12-41-40
MACHINE: 07-64-43-60-39

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 24-04-2017
SUCCESS: 02-76-04-19-25
MACHINE: 51-47-06-08-83

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 02-05-2017
SUCCESS: 67-06-27-51-60
MACHINE: 49-20-76-54-22

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 08-05-2017
SUCCESS: 30-23-66-52-44
MACHINE: 24-38-81-57-42

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 15-05-2017
SUCCESS: 25-73-28-86-24
MACHINE: 63-40-88-13-89

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 22-05-2017
SUCCESS: 67-33-65-78-70
MACHINE: 01-28-24-59-02

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 29-05-2017
SUCCESS: 03-37-82-73-72
MACHINE: 01-42-50-12-59

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 05-06-2017
SUCCESS: 27-65-04-30-16
MACHINE: 22-57-48-76-25

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 12-06-2017
SUCCESS: 33-10-21-38-11
MACHINE: 76-15-13-70-80

GHANA: MSP
DATE: 19-06-2017
SUCCESS: 45-83-66-34-27
MACHINE: 31-17-82-79-22
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PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 04-07-2016
SUCCESS: 60-03-52-70-12
MACHINE: 30-15-49-43-17

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 07-07-2016
SUCCESS: 11-83-84-22-57
MACHINE: 24-69-18-19-62

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 11-07-2016
SUCCESS: 26-14-23-17-13
MACHINE: 40-81-35-33-22

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 14-07-2016
SUCCESS: 67-22-82-13-26
MACHINE: 11-78-57-06-77

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 18-07-2016
SUCCESS: 48-60-65-72-41
MACHINE: 73-70-09-04-50

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 21-07-2016
SUCCESS: 56-75-58-32-81
MACHINE: 18-89-02-37-59

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 25-07-2016
SUCCESS: 43-46-14-09-20
MACHINE: 30-75-18-87-08

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 28-07-2016
SUCCESS: 49-71-11-16-28
MACHINE: 83-17-40-06-78

PREMIER:INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 01-08-2016
SUCCESS: 60-53-16-22-88
MACHINE: 83-42-25-15-78

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 04-08-2016
SUCCESS: 10-43-26-29-42
MACHINE: 41-78-36-51-16

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 08-08-2016
SUCCESS: 90-18-62-10-67
MACHINE: 59-49-32-85-56

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 11-08-2016
SUCCESS: 86-15-34-64-57
MACHINE: 37-29-70-58-12

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 15-08-2016
SUCCESS: 61-51-78-11-09
MACHINE: 02-47-25-85-43

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 18-08-2016
SUCCESS: 30-89-79-72-83
MACHINE: 70-20-16-64-68

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 22-08-2016
SUCCESS: 37-41-56-65-66
MACHINE: 52-11-68-90-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 25-08-2016
SUCCESS: 02-46-30-20-41
MACHINE: 17-10-01-89-16

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 29-08-2016
SUCCESS: 03-45-81-20-19
MACHINE: 26-71-17-64-74

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 01-09-2016
SUCCESS: 70-28-76-51-35
MACHINE: 77-47-65-42-19

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 05-09-2016
SUCCESS: 30-41-28-47-04
MACHINE: 66-38-82-32-80

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 08-09-2016
SUCCESS: 61-35-83-05-15
MACHINE: 40-38-68-04-87

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 08-09-2016
SUCCESS: 61-35-83-05-15
MACHINE: 40-38-68-04-87

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 12-09-2016
SUCCESS: 23-83-60-39-35
MACHINE: 80-49-06-86-79

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 15-09-2016
SUCCESS: 52-89-27-20-46
MACHINE: 24-06-44-28-18

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 19-09-2016
SUCCESS: 57-69-11-34-15
MACHINE: 23-43-68-36-17

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 22-09-2016
SUCCESS: 60-73-48-90-38
MACHINE: 43-15-40-26-31

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 26-09-2016
SUCCESS: 22-73-29-60-19
MACHINE: 27-09-37-35-62

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 29-09-2016
SUCCESS: 47-40-27-22-17
MACHINE: 48-20-21-38-45

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 03-10-2016
SUCCESS: 22-10-77-05-44
MACHINE: 39-21-43-47-51

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 06-10-2016
SUCCESS: 16-29-35-34-01
MACHINE: 28-90-64-75-03

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 10-10-2016
SUCCESS: 52-44-19-01-37
MACHINE: 63-42-41-18-66

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 13-10-2016
SUCCESS: 62-58-90-85-67
MACHINE: 48-55-88-76-16

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 17-10-2016
SUCCESS: 86-05-08-47-14
MACHINE: 84-64-11-65-25

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 20-10-2016
SUCCESS: 88-78-04-31-32
MACHINE: 89-39-36-84-20

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 24-10-2016
SUCCESS: 11-45-28-79-84
MACHINE: 15-89-21-36-52

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 27-10-2016
SUCCESS: 38-61-22-49-32
MACHINE: 66-71-33-04-90

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 31-10-2016
SUCCESS: 65-31-40-88-49
MACHINE: 06-35-52-61-30

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 03-11-2016
SUCCESS: 34-59-47-48-23
MACHINE: 20-67-61-32-79

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 07-11-2016
SUCCESS: 35-80-89-41-72
MACHINE: 43-73-34-88-54

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 10-11-2016
SUCCESS: 67-76-84-44-85
MACHINE: 12-49-74-80-56

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 14-11-2016
SUCCESS: 66-55-75-18-60
MACHINE: 34-16-76-35-37

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 17-11-2016
SUCCESS: 53-42-46-10-64
MACHINE: 59-43-71-55-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 21-11-2016
SUCCESS: 72-02-49-67-56
MACHINE: 76-42-15-09-14

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 24-11-2016
SUCCESS: 65-28-01-88-54
MACHINE: 84-25-73-17-42

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 28-11-2016
SUCCESS: 72-46-71-73-19
MACHINE: 32-59-12-43-55

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 01-12-2016
SUCCESS: 34-57-31-02-14
MACHINE: 37-72-67-04-78

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 05-12-2016
SUCCESS: 41-78-20-63-42
MACHINE: 71-09-70-16-88

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 08-12-2016
SUCCESS: 17-75-39-42-64
MACHINE: 08-73-56-10-01

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 12-12-2016
SUCCESS: 02-22-24-88-51
MACHINE: 86-90-04-35-14

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 15-12-2016
SUCCESS: 20-22-71-37-74
MACHINE: 48-78-84-58-73

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 19-12-2016
SUCCESS: 20-46-69-05-45
MACHINE: 36-54-85-27-79

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 22-12-2016
SUCCESS: 07-41-87-67-34
MACHINE: 55-25-51-83-43

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 26-12-2016
SUCCESS: 48-39-49-30-65
MACHINE: 73-45-27-15-71

PREMIER: INTERNATIONAL
DATE: 29-12-2016
SUCCESS: 14-48-10-30-39<
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24-06-2017
SUC: 38-40-53-12-18
MAC: 89-67-64-34-86
Balance: 8

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24-06-2017
WN: 30-43-61-07-74
MC: 73-27-42-32-48
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GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 02-07-2016
SUCCESS: 22-79-59-68-34
MACHINE: 50-08-06-10-46

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 09-07-2016
SUCCESS: 23-54-83-49-79
MACHINE: 17-63-52-10-05

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 16-07-2016
SUCCESS: 77-65-29-56-41
MACHINE: 35-54-48-28-55

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 23-07-2016
SUCCESS: 75-80-19-06-50
MACHINE: 88-68-64-21-74

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 30-07-2016
SUCCESS: 69-07-03-31-57
MACHINE: 13-45-24-55-39

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 06-08-2016
SUCCESS: 48-89-25-62-82
MACHINE: 32-03-88-46-64

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 13-08-2016
SUCCESS: 41-19-26-81-08
MACHINE: 43-80-75-29-78

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 20-08-2016
SUCCESS: 33-45-52-69-47
MACHINE: 50-59-74-65-42

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 27-08-2016
SUCCESS: 01-66-26-84-18
MACHINE: 54-45-10-68-42

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 03-09-2016
SUCCESS: 54-27-28-02-20
MACHINE: 83-41-19-69-05

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 10-09-2016
SUCCESS: 37-44-26-64-03
MACHINE: 12-27-86-90-41

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 17-09-2016
SUCCESS: 09-73-86-81-47
MACHINE: 49-68-79-62-15

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
DATE: 24-09-2016
SUCCESS: 49-50-42-86-48
MACHINE: 05-13-09-89-71

GOLDEN CHANCE: BAZ00KA
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          Oppo R11 Plus Specification Price Description Nigeria India USA UK   

Oppo R11 Plus comes with attractive design build, camera setup, decent specs, Strong battery, all this at an affordable price In the Nigeria mobile markets most Other top Chinese OEM’s like, Meizu, Xiaomi, LeEco, are yet to gain the kind of exposure being required, despite their quality design, exception of, Tecno and Infinix, popular in the Ghanaian and […]

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          USA - Ghana   
Hello all, there is a hiigh tendency for draw in this ggame and it iss sure that they will deliver by. Ggod's grace, the home and away team are well know for playin well and Ghana iss a strong brick wall and if u hhave being following usa games, it wwill...
          USA - Ghana   
There is a high tenency for playing under in this ame and i'm sure bby his grace that it will work out for us, let's hope for the best and be positive thouggh because thhey can be very unpredictictable, I know it will work out thouh by His grace so let'ss...
          USA - Ghana   
This is a a friendly match and I will advise you to stake medium because anything can happen. Ghana are a defensive team and they will be willing in to do that anywhere in any tournament even in friendly. They are really strong going attack though they...
          USA - Ghana   
I believe that USA's odds here for a win are a little bit too high, this is why I am going to take full advantage of it. Even though they struggled for a bit last year, USA managed to put up some nice performances as of late, and especially at home they...
          USA - Ghana   
Even though the USA won't count with their best players so is neither Ghana I see a very close match but the USA always happened to pull their games into a win Ghana have. Itching when it comes to players and I see this match just happening to be one...
          More on Open Call — Associated Press   
Reports from Walmart's recent "Open Call" event in Northwest Arkansas:
"McMillon’s audience Wednesday included all sorts of businesses. Former NFL football player Jarvis Green wants to sell restaurant-quality shrimp and seafood. Micah Specialty Foods, of Cleveland, features a kitchen marinade that originated in the West African nation of Ghana. Jessica Gore, of Dallas, brought a cleaning spray for little kids’ fingers."

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          Nungua performs rite towards Homowo   

Numo Borketey Laweh, the Nungua Gborbu Wolomo and the Overlord of Ga-Dangme State has performed the Nungua "Klejo" to pave way for the celebration of their Homowo Festival on July 2. The Klejo, an annual traditional dance of the people of Nungua in the Greater Accra Region is done with customary rites of path clearing to shrines and grooves in the area. Speaking with the Ghana News Agency in an interview, Nii Ablor, the Public Relations Officer of the Ga-Dangme State said the rite was performed to plead with the gods for a tremendous and successful festival.


          Ensure environmental cleanliness - Nii Dodoo Nsaki II   

The Acting President of Ga Traditional Council in the Greater Accra Region, Nii Dodoo Nsaki II, has called on Ghanaians to ensure environmental cleanliness to avoid any outbreak of disease. According to the chief, many diseases that people spend money and time to cure could have been avoided if they had ensured environmental cleanliness.


          First Lady Rebecca Akufo Addo looks stunning in New Photo   

First Lady of the Republic of Ghana's ageless personality is always held in high admiration by many and she has once again demonstrated it in style. I am in the beautiful country of Zambia.


          E.O. Group partner denies fronting for Kufuor; reveals grueling ordeals with FBI & BNI   

A founding partner of the E. O Group, George Yaw Owusu, credited with the discovery of crude oil in commercial quantities in Ghana, has vehemently denied claim that, former President John Kufuor, used him and his colleague as fronts to chip away substantial part of the natural mineral to himself. Mr. Owusu, who worked in the Petrochemical industry for 27 years, said accusations that he and his co-partner, held 3.5 percent of the deal as fronts for ex-President Kufuor, was the figment of the imagination of his accusers, because as far as he was concerned, he owed E.O Group together with his partner, Kwame Barwuah Edusei.


          Welcome to Intel ISEF 2017   
Representatives from 78 countries, regions, and territories ran onto the stage, hoisting flags and posters decorated with their country pride. They were from Argentina and Zimbabwe, Israel and Saudi Arabia, Ghana and the Ukraine.As country names were called out into the large hall, the representatives from each science fair team ran up and stood on stage. By the end of the list, there was a bustling crowd of finalists waving their hands and posters to the rest of the room. Last night at the opening ceremonies, we welcomed students from around the world to Intel ISEF 2017.This is what science looks like. This is what scientists look like. Science is clearly a global, varied pursuit.View photos from the opening ceremony below:
          A generation that celebrates mediocrity but buries success - Blogger expresses worry for Ghana   

Nash Iddi


The National Science and Maths Quiz just ended and like expected the buzz on social media and traditional media is just around the wining team.


However, there are some schools and personalities whose outstanding performance was acknowledged at the end of the competition. Like expected, these feats have been swept under the carpet and the focus has been on hailing the winning team and trolling the losing teams.

Well, Tamale based blogger and entertainment enthusiast, Nash Iddi is worried that the current generation always celebrates mediocrity but turns a blind eye on things that are worth mentioning.

In a post on Facebook, he indicated that one of the contestants for Tamale Senior High School, Zuweira Mohammed was announced the most outstanding female contestant of the 2017 competition but the media and social media has kept quiet about it but they will have been loud if it were a leaked tape or a ‘celebrity’ had jabbed someone on social media.

He posted “Her name is Zuweira Mohammed. She was one of the contestants who represented Tamale Snr High School for the 2017 NSMQ. Her school (Tamasco) couldn't make it to the finals but she was adjudged the Best Female Contestant in the competition. Sadly for our generation, Zuweira will not trend on social media like Rashida Malafaka or Area Boss Chick. Congrats Zuweira, keep the good work up. Please forgive our generation.



          NSMQ 17 Twitter Moments: When Twitter could not rest on 'ADISCO's DAY OF SHAME'   

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Adisadel College came third in this year's National Science and Maths Quiz.


The defending Champions could not defend their title as Prempeh took it home for the fourth time in their history.

Like expected, Ghanaian Tweeps did not leave Adisco to cry but added more salt to their injury.

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          A new report claims that Apple products are contributing to a huge environmental problem   

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When your iPhone's battery dies or screen cracks, it can be tempting to throw it out and upgrade to a new phone, rather than repair it. It's just not easy for consumers to do simple repairs, and that contributes to a huge eco-waste problem around the world.

That's according to a new report by the environmental nonprofit Greenpeace and tech repair company iFixit.

Looking at 44 different smartphones, tablets, and laptops, they examined how easy it is to repair each device and gave them scores across several factors, including the difficulty level of taking it apart, and whether the company releases information on how to replace things like batteries and displays. The scores range from 0 to 10, with higher numbers indicating that it's easier to repair the device.

Apple's iPad Pro 9.7" and iPad 5 both scored a 2, while the MacBook Pro 13" and Retina MacBook received a 1. Apple products do not come with repair guides, and the company does not sell spare parts to third party repair shops, the report said. iPad screens are also heavily glued to the rest of the device, greatly increasing the chances of damaging the glass during a repair. In Macbooks, the processors, RAMs, and flash memories are soldered to the motherboards, making these parts difficult to access for repair or replacing.

Gary Cook, Senior IT Sector Analyst at Greenpeace USA, told Business Insider that these design decisions have huge implications for the environment. 

"Today [June 29] is the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. These things all fit in our hands and seem like they don't have a very big impact, because they're so small," said Cook. "But the impact is quite significant, both in terms of the chemicals used, the amount of energy that goes into manufacturing these products, the e-waste at the end-of-life ... And the repair-ability of the device ends up being critical."

In contrast to iPads and Mac Books, the iPhone 7 received a 7 out of 10. In recent years, Apple has designed its phones to be easier to open, Cook said.

Apple spokesperson Alisha Johnson told Business Insider that Apple is addressing the eco-waste problem. Customers can visit Apple stores for repairs, and the company launched a recycling program, called Apple Renew in 2016, she said.

"Highly-integrated design allows us to make products that are not only beautiful, thin and powerful, but also durable, so they can last for many years. When repairs are needed, authorized providers can ensure the quality, safety, and security of repairs for customers. And when products do reach end of life, Apple takes responsibility for recycling them safely and responsibly," Johnson said. 

"We’re also pioneering a closed loop supply chain where products are made using only renewable resources or recycled material to reduce the need to mine materials from the earth."

Other tech products much higher than Apple devices. The Fairphone 2, known for its modular design, got a perfect score. Compared to the other phones, it has the most user-friendly battery, camera, screen, and microphone for replace-ability, since you don't need any tools to open it. The HP Elite x2 1012 G1 tablet and Dell Latitude E5270 laptop also scored a 10.

In 2014, over 40 million metric tons worth of smartphones, tablets, and computers ended up in toxic landfills. United Nations researchers expect the volume of e-waste to increase 21% to 50 million metric tons in 2018.

 

SEE ALSO: Disturbing photos of the toxic graveyards where your old gadgets go to die

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          Estados Unidos vs Ghana transmisión EN VIVO ONLINE en amistoso FIFA   

Las selecciones de Estados Unidos vs Ghana se enfrentarán en partido amistoso FIFA de preparación en Connecticut.


          AWF elects Osei Asibey as Deputy General Secretary   
Accra, June 30, GNA - Mr Charles Osei Asibey, the President of the Ghana Armwrestling Federation has been elected as the Deputy General Secretary of the Africa Armwrestling Federation board. Mr. Osei Asibey was given the nod during the Federation's 8th Congress in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday. He would also double as the Director of competition ...
          Agbeko/Otieno bout postponed to July 14   
Accra June 30, GNA - Mr. Abraham Kottey, the Second Vice President of the Ghana Boxing Association (GBA) has announced that the bout involving Ghana's Joseph Agbeko and Kenya's Nick Otieno had been rescheduled for July 14. The bout, originally scheduled for Friday July 30 at the Bukom boxing arena in Accra was called off due to reasons beyond th ...
          Kasempa Enterprise urges Ghana's Golden arms to do well in tournament   
Accra, June 30, GNA - The Marketing Manager of Kasempa Enterprise, Kofi Dehyie Gyimah has urged Ghana's Armwrestling team, the Golden arms to do well in the Africa Armwrestling Championship (AAC) billed for Friday, June 30, in Lagos, Nigeria. Mr Gyimah gave the advice when his outfit made a donation to the Ghana Armwrestling Federation (GAF) tow ...
          PHOTOS: Andre Ayew mobbed by thousands on visit to Guinea Conakry   
Ghana star Andrà Ayew has been in Guinea Conakry in the last 48 hours and was mobbed up by thousands upon arrival. http://cdn.modernghana.com/images/content/630201734222 d.jpg The West Ham forward, who is on summer holidays, made the trip to the West African nation at the invitation of a long-time friend Ahmed Sekou Cam ...
          Ghana FA swats 'Black Stars players begging for food in US' report   
The Ghana FA has rubbished crude claims of Black Stars 'begging for food' in the United States of America ahead of the side's international against the Yankees on Saturday. Shocking media reports surfaced in the West African nation on Friday that players of the national team had to rely on the benevolence of Ghanaian residents i ...
          Agent of Alfred Duncan spotted at Inter Milan to fuel reports of imminent move for Ghanaian   
The agent of midfielder Joseph Alfred Duncan has been spotted at Inter Milan to heighten reports of the imminent move of the Ghanaian. Leonardo Giusti has reportedly held closed-door meeting with Milan's hierarchy over the future of the talented Ghanaian. The 24-year-old is a hot commodity after a fabolous season at Sassuolo, ...
          Go Ahead Eagles technical chief pleased with signing of Ghanaian midfielder Shadrach Eghan   
Go Ahead Eagles technical director Dennis Bekking has hailed the capture of Ghanaian midfielder Shadrach Eghan. Eghan, 22, has joined the Dutch top-flight side from Danish side Danish side Vendsyssel FF. And the club's technical chief Dennis Bekking has extolled the qualities of the former Ghana youth international. Beca ...
          Ghanaian midfielder Shadrach Eghan says joining Go Ahead Eagles is a step up in career   
Ghanaian midfielder Shadrach Eghan says joining Go Ahead Eagles is a step up for his career. The Dutch to-flight side confirmed the signing of the hugely talented Ghanaian on a two-year deal on Friday. And the 22-year-old, who joins from Danish side Vendsyssel FF, says joining the Dutch Eredivisie side is a step u ...
          It Was Not Our Day …Coach Appiah   
Black Stars trainer Kwasi Appiah has summed up his side's slender loss to Mexico as sheer ill luck. To him, Ghana should have buried the game considering how well the team played in the international friendly on Monday. The South Americans grabbed the opener before recess from the spot; a decision the West Africans considered controversial. ...
          Italian giants Juventus rule out selling Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah   
Ghana's Kwadwo Asamoah is set to stay at Juventus for the coming season and get a midfield role after reports from Italy stated that the club had turned down an offer to Galatasaray. According to Italian sports portal Tuttosport, the club has shaken its head to an offer from Juventus for Asamoah and wants to keep the Ghanaian midfielder f ...
          What the defeat to Mexico means to Kwesi Appiah’s era and way forward   
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah was left to reflect on several missed chances by the Black Stars after a 1-0 defeat by Mexico in an international friendly at the NRG Stadium in Houston. Ghana went down to a first-half penalty to leave Appiah frustrated with a display that was high on chances but low on quality finishing. The opportunities cre ...
          AshGold's CK Akunnor favourite to land June NASCO Coach of the Month   
AshantiGold coach CK Akunnor is the front-runner for the Ghana Premier League NASCO Coach of the Month for June. The ex-international, who joined the Miners in the back end of the first round, won all four matches in the month. It included two away wins which ensured they moved out of the relegation zone for the first time this term. ...
          Ghana midfielder Mubarak Wakaso makes peace with coach Kwesi Appiah   
There seems to be finally peace between Ghana midfielder Mubarak Wakaso and Coach Kwesi Appiah after series of phone talks and an interview by the player. Wakaso was omitted from the Ghana team that played against Ethiopia and also the games against the United States and Mexico. But in an interview with GHone the midfielder clams he ho ...
          Osei Asibey Elected Unto Africa Armwrestling Board    
President of Ghana Armwrestling Federation, Mr Charles Osei Asibey, has been elected unto the Africa Armwrestling Federation board as the Deputy General Secretary during the Federation 39;s 8th Congress in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday. Aside the administrative role as Deputy General Secretary, Mr Osei Asibey has been made the competition a ...
          ‘Reciclantes: Agbogbloshie’ de Antonio Pérez, la vida en uno de los mayores cementerios de chatarra electrónica del mundo   

Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 002

A Antonio Pérez ya os lo presentamos el año pasado a propósito de un hermoso proyecto sobre la fascinación que producen las pompas de jabón en todos los niños del mundo, incluso aquellos que viven situaciones de tragedia o desamparo. Situaciones como las que denuncia en ‘Reciclantes: Agbogbloshie’, un nuevo trabajo que nos ha hecho llegar y en el que retrata cómo es la situación en un basurero de componentes electrónicos de Accra, capital de Ghana.

Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 001 Agbogbloshie, Accra (Ghana).

Antonio es un profesor de fotografía y fotógrafo y ha trabajado para una gran cantidad de ONGS y agencias de cooperación. Y esto desde luego ha influido mucho en sus proyectos, en los que combina el reportaje documental con trabajos “más conceptuales en los que explora los límites de la fotografía y la relación del individuo con su propia representación”, según reza el catálogo de ‘Reciclantes’ (realizado para la exposición que se montó en Sevilla a finales del pasado año).

Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 003 John posa con su herramienta de trabajo.

Con este proyecto Antonio denuncia la situación de Agbogbloshie, en Accra, donde se encuentra uno de los vertederos de basura electrónica más grandes del planeta que recibe buena parte de los 40 millones de toneladas de residuos de este tipo que se producen anualmente. Provenientes sobre todo de los EEUU y la Unión Europea, se estima que sólo un 15,5% (datos de 2014) se recicla de forma eficaz y segura, con lo que el resto acaba en lugares como éste donde miles de personas viven en condiciones de extrema pobreza e insalubridad.

Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 004 Su herramienta de trabajo en un plano corto.

Un lugar extremadamente contaminado, está incluido por la Naciones Unidas en la lista de los sitios más peligrosos del mundo (supera en en polución a lugares como Chernóbil), donde la población vive “desmontando, recuperando, pesando y revendiendo las partes y los metales extraídos de desechos electrónicos. Frigoríficos, coches, ordenadores o teléfonos móviles…”.

Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 005 Francis, de 11 años, enseña el cobre que va a quemar.

Todo esto es lo que retrató Antonio con su cámara, trabajando en un lugar difícil y tratando de convertirlo en una suerte de estudio de fotos utilizando “una pequeña trampa para intentar ordenar el caos”. Como veis en las imágenes, una sábana sujeta por dos personas hace las veces de estudio improvisado a la vez que se convierte en una especie de juego.

Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez Makingoff 2 Antonio Pérez, el de la camisa clara, en un momento de la producción de este trabajo.

Un juego recurrente para el fotógrafo que une varios mundos y establece una relación estrecha entre lo que surge en una foto y en otra, entre lo que aparece en campo y fuera de campo. Al ofrecer un punto de vista mayor, incluye lo que supuestamente no debería verse, ofreciendo múltiples centros de atención, complicando la lectura”. Lo cierto es que este elemento funciona como un artificio que llama la atención del espectador y le invita a reflexionar sobre lo que está viendo. Gracias a ello, “el fotógrafo ha conseguido construir, durante unos días, un pequeño refugio en un mundo apocalíptico”.

Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 006 Trasladando cables de cobre plastificados I.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 008 Owusu, de 21 años, hace su signo de la victoria.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 011 Trasladando cables de cobre plastificados en su bicicleta.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 013 Princess, de 9 años, vendedora de agua.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 017 Trasladando cables de cobre plastificados II.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 015 Mavis, de 11 años, vendedora de agua.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 016 Mavis en un plano corto.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 21 Eric, de 16 años, enseña el cobre ya limpio de plástico.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 022 El cobre ya limpio de plástico en un plano corto.
Reciclantes Agbogbloshie Antoni Perez 023 Agbogbloshie, Accra (Ghana)

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En Xataka Foto | Conectando arquitectura y pintura abstracta a través de las fotografías analógicas de Nieves HM

Foto de portada | Mohamed y su bicicleta de trabajo. Todas las fotografías de Antonio Pérez reproducidas con permiso del autor para este artículo


          How the England National Team Reflects the Spirit and Hypocrisy of Brexit   

Football is political, but even in an international tournament—when national communities are represented and set against one another in just about the simplest way imaginable—the politics of football are far from straightforward. So too with Brexit and Euro 2016.

The question on the ballot in Thursday’s vote, which takes place a day after the Euro group stages end, will be "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?" But the nature of the choice has been heavily freighted with all kinds of political and cultural baggage in the course of a lengthy and toxic debate. Irish writer Fintan O'Toole argues that Brexit is above all about a particular version of English nationalism which has taken hold at a popular level.  There are likely to be majorities for "Remain" in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, while England may vote "Leave." Brexit's most prominent advocates are virtually all white Englishmen. And if Brexit wins, it's difficult to envision the UK holding together.

The rowdiest supporters of the English team have celebrated this, singing "Fuck off Europe! We're all voting out!" while scrapping with French police in town centers.

But whether fans like it or not, the current England team doesn't simply map with pro-Brexit English nationalism; it also stands for a more fluid, confidently multicultural version of Englishness.

On the one hand, you have the striker Jamie Vardy, embraced across England like few players have been since Paul "Gazza" Gascoigne. Vardy is loved primarily for the simplicity of his play, in particular the sheer relish with which he thrashes the ball repeatedly into the net. But there's a lot more going on than that.

Vardy seems in some ways to represent the spirit of Brexit, as a working class hero.  He has just completed an astounding season at club level, scoring the goals which fired 5000-1 shots Leicester City to the Premier League title.

One of Vardy's personal catchphrases is "Jamie Vardy's having a party," and you now hear this everywhere. Vardy is a late-blooming talent who climbed his way up through tough English lower league clubs (Stocksbridge Park Steels, Halifax Town, and Fleetwood Town). Brexit is nothing if not carnivalesque, and in Vardy's rise and his massive popularity it's possible to detect something of the same spirit—subverting the game's hierarchies and certainties while eschewing its stuffy new professional practices and sports science. He is revered as a classic English star as opposed to many of his teammates who have come through elite clubs and European-style academy systems.

There’s more to this working class image. The far right Daily Mail newspaper this week trumpeted a report that Vardy "downs cans of Red Bull, chews tobacco gum, and never goes to the gym."

The strength of the popular desire to canonize Vardy as an English folk hero for the 21st century means plenty about the real-life Vardy gets glossed over, which coincides with some of the hypocrisies apparent in the Brexit vote. For example, Vardy is wonderfully adept at winning penalty kicks by tricking opponents and referees. A superb diver (flopping in U.S. parlance), Vardy has mastered the very thing which the English love to imagine as quintessentially "foreign" in football. When English players dive, the pundits lament that they must have learned it from the influx of "foreign" players. But how could Vardy have learned to dive playing for Stocksbridge Park Steels? Better just ignore that one.

The official #VoteLeave slogan is "Take back control," an extraordinarily effective and simple message.

As an auxiliary slogan, they might as well have gone with Jamie Vardy's signature boast: "Chat shit, get banged."

For its part, the “Leave” campaign also likes to compare its supposed plain speech to the complex facts of naysaying experts.

Even very simple economic arguments against Brexit are derided as hopelessly complicated.

The Leavers, in fact, see the prospect of ridiculing all this terribly serious and important advice as an opportunity not to be missed.

So what if the Institute for Fiscal Studies warns that a vote for Brexit would likely lead to two additional years of punishing austerity measures which have already hit the poorest hardest? "Chat shit," comes the reply, "get banged."

Vardy was also filmed racially abusing an Asian man in a casino last year (no "political correctness," hurray!). He later made a full apology, though, which is a decidedly un-Brexity thing to do. UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage has been instrumental in creating a political culture where it's increasingly unnecessary for politicians to apologize for racism or xenophobia, except in cases of explicit racial slurs.

To cap it all, Vardy has apparently rejected a transfer to Arsenal, who want to buy him for £20 million ($29 million). What could possibly be more Brexity than a hardworking, straight-talking lad from Sheffield turning down Arsene Wenger, the definitive "foreign" coach, renowned for his fancy continental methods? As it is, Vardy looks like staying at good old English Leicester City, where he'll be managed by an Italian, play up front with a Japanese international, and where the two other big stars in the team are an Algerian winger and a French midfielder of Malian origin.

But Jamie Vardy is just one player on the England team at Euro 2016.

In fact, the England team's cultural diversity stands as a retort to a key popular dictum underpinning the discourse of Brexit, that "multiculturalism has failed.”

It's especially significant that having black and brown players on the team from immigrant families isn't really an issue any more. Players like midfielder Bamidele Alli (whose father is Nigerian), Daniel Sturridge, Danny Rose, and Raheem Sterling (who might all have represented Jamaica but chose England), the injured Danny Welbeck (Ghana) are fixtures in the side whose relative "Englishness" is very rarely questioned in the way that equivalent players for, say, Italy or France, are commonly held as somewhat suspect national representatives. This was by no means always the case—the racist cliché of the 1970s and 80s was that black players lacked "bottle"—and it shows that despite the surge of xenophobia in public life, England in 2016 is a multicultural society and is used to being that way on some level.

On top of all this, David Cameron is the kind of politician who everyone knows pretends to like football in order to look like a normal person (he famously confused the team he says he supports, Aston Villa, and West Ham, who play in the same color shirt). Cameron was accused of being an appeaser of EU tyranny ("a Neville Chamberlain for the 21st Century") during a big BBC appearance over the weekend. This is about the meanest thing you can say to a politician in England, where consciousness of modern history is heavily conditioned by what Christian Lorentzen once described as "a nationwide death cult" around the two World Wars. Cameron responded by shouting something about Winston Churchill (he likes to do this) and then delivering what he must have regarded as a populist masterstroke: "You can't win a football match if you're not on the pitch."

It sounded lame as a way of arguing that Britain is better off negotiating its relationship with Europe within the EU and its institutions than outside it. This was clearly pandering, and clearly a stretch. Then again, it was exactly the kind of truism about football that we cherish in the UK. It's the kind of thing Jamie Vardy might say.

Correction, June 21, 2016: Due to a production error, this post was originally misattributed to Raoul Meyer.


          This Lovely Animation Will Make You Wish the World Cup Were Still Happening   

Richard Swarbrick makes amazingly gorgeous animated films based on real sports moments. Seriously, they’re like Shepard Fairey portraits come to life, but better. He did one for the just finished World Cup, and watching a few seconds of it will make you wish it was 2018 right now. Some of the shots are actually kind of hard to decipher (try for yourself), but Swarbrick sent us his approximate shot list, which is reprinted below with some minor modifications for accuracy purposes.

1. Neymar’s first goal for Brazil against Croatia.
2. Oscar’s goal for Brazil against Croatia.
3. Robin Van Persie’s flying header for the Netherlands against Spain.
4. Arjen Robben’s second goal for the Netherlands against Spain.
5. Clint Dempsey’s goal for the U.S. against Ghana.
6. Lionel Messi’s goal for Argentina against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
7. James Rodríguez’s goal for Colombia against Japan.
8. Tim Cahill’s goal for Australia against the Netherlands.
9. Arjen Robben’s first goal for the Netherlands against Spain.
10. Lionel Messi’s goal for Argentina against Iran.
11. James Rodríguez’s goal for Colombia against Uruguay.
12. John Brooks’ and Jürgen Klinsmann's celebration for the U.S. against Ghana.
13. Tim Howard’s great save for the U.S. against Portugal.
14. Jermaine Jones’ goal for the U.S. against Portugal.
15. Wesley Sneijder for the Netherlands against Mexico.
16. Luis Suarez’s bite for Uruguay against Italy.
17. André Schürrle’s goal for Germany against Algeria.
18. Tim Krul’s first save of the Netherlands-Costa Rica penalty shootout.
19. Gonzalo Higuaín’s goal for Argentina against Belgium.
20. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar’s celebration for the Netherlands against Mexico
21. Thomas Müller’s goal for Germany against Brazil.
22. Toni Kroos for Germany against Brazil.
23. Sami Khedira’s goal for Germany against Brazil.
24. André Schürrle’s first goal for Germany against Brazil.
25. André Schürrle’s second goal for Germany against Brazil.
26. Mario Götze’s goal for Germany against Argentina.
27. Germany's Philipp Lahm celebrating with World Cup trophy.

If you didn’t care about the World Cup to begin with, this lovely animation will make you wish that the NBA season was still going, and this lovely animation will make you wish that the Doctor Who season had started already.


          How “Seven Nation Army” Conquered the Sports World   

Originally published on Deadspin in January 2012.

The march toward musical empire began on Oct. 22, 2003, in a bar in Milan, Italy, 4,300 miles away from Detroit. Fans of Club Brugge K.V., in town for their team's group-stage UEFA Champions League clash against European giant A.C. Milan, gathered to knock back some pre-match beers. Over a stereo blared seven notes: Da ... da-DA-da da DAAH DAAH, the signature riff of a minor American hit song.

By normal pop-music expectations, the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" had already passed its peak. Released in March of that year, the single reached No. 1 on Billboard's alternative rock chart in early July, stayed there for three weeks, then had begun to fade out. But the members of the Blue Army, a Brugge supporters group, liked what they were hearing and began to sing along. "It's a very catchy tune," Blue Army spokesman Geert De Cang wrote in an email.

Eight years later, the riff-turned-anthem is ubiquitous and seemingly inevitable, an organic part of global sports culture. On Thanksgiving night, 71,000 fans at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore chanted the riff in unison. You'll likely hear it again when the Ravens host the Texans on Sunday, in the background of the broadcast.

But in Milan, at the beginning, it was purely spontaneous and local. Kickoff was coming. The visiting Belgians moved out into the city center, still singing. They kept chanting it in the stands of the San SiroOh ... oh-OH-oh oh OHH OHH—as Peruvian striker Andres Mendoza stunned Milan with a goal in the 33rd minute and Brugge made it hold up for a shocking 1–0 upset. Filing out of the stadium, they continued to belt it out.

The song traveled back to Belgium with them, and the Brugge crowd began singing it at home games. The club itself eventually started blasting "Seven Nation Army" through the stadium speakers after goals.

Then, on Feb. 15, 2006, Club Brugge hosted A.S. Roma in a UEFA Cup match. The visitors won, 2–1, and the Roma supporters apparently picked up the song from their hosts.

"I had never heard the song before we stepped on the field in Bruges," Roma captain Francesco Totti told a Dutch newspaper later. "Since then, I can't get the 'Po po po po po poo pooo' out of my head. It sounded fantastic and the crowd was immediately totally into it. I quickly went out and bought one of the band's albums."

So "Seven Nation Army," having gone from Milan to Bruges, marched back to Italy again. Italians call it the "po po po po" song. By the time the World Cup kicked off in Germany that June, it had become the Italian national team's unofficial theme. Sports Illustrated reported that fans had serenaded Totti with the song during Italy's group-stage win over Ghana. The Azzurri beat France in the final on July 9, and amid the ensuing celebration, "Seven Nation Army" chants popped up on the streets of Rome.

On July 11 in Milan, Italian soccer stars Alessandro Del Piero and Marco Materazzi—the victim of Zinedine Zidane's head butt—led a crowd rendition of "Seven Nation Army" from the stage at a Rolling Stones concert. Soon, Jack White himself weighed in: "I am honored that the Italians have adopted this song as their own," White said. "Nothing is more beautiful than when people embrace a melody and allow it to enter the pantheon of folk music."

"It's still hard for me to digest," said Ben Swank, an executive at Third Man Records, White's label, on the phone from his office in Nashville. Swank was present at the birth of "Seven Nation Army," in January 2002—a moment whose significance was notably lost on him.

"[H]e was with us on tour in Australia when I wrote that song at soundcheck," White told Rolling Stone in 2009. "I was playing it for Meg and he was walking by and I said, 'Swank, check this riff out.' And he said, 'It's OK.' [Laughs]."

"Weirdly enough," Swank said, "I didn't like it. I said, 'I don't know man, you can do better.' " But the finished product, the opening track on Elephant, made him a believer. "It's the directness and simplicity of it," he says. "That's the appeal of their band across the board. I feel that way about all my favorite music of theirs. It's more emotion-based than thought-out or planned."

What makes "Seven Nation Army" different from most stadium anthems is that it actually has replay value. In February 2004, it won a Grammy for Best Rock song. The Grammys aren't the ideal barometer of cool, but "Rico Suave" never won a little gilded gramophone, did it? It's not syrupy like "Sweet Caroline," or melodramatic like "We Are the Champions," or gimmicky (or performed by a horrible, horrible person) like "Rock and Roll Part II." A few years ago, the Guardian wondered if it was "the indiest football anthem of all time."

"Seven Nation Army" made a beachhead in American sports in State College, Penn. According to a 2006 story in the Harrisburg Patriot-News, Penn State spokesperson Guido D'Elia—who is still the director of communications and branding for the embattled football program—was inspired by hearing a Public Radio International story about A.S. Roma's use of the song. D'Elia, who also introduced the now unavoidable German techno track "Kernkraft 400" to Nittany Lions fans, had found something new:

D'Elia had the Blue Band try it out during the soggy Blue-White scrimmage. And he's preparing a dubbed version of Jack White's seven-note guitar lick from the song in hopes the students will start in with their own wohhh-oh-oh-oh-oh-ohhh-ohhh. If they don't, he'll scrap it. If they do, he'll keep it.

By the middle of the 2006 season, "Seven Nation Army" was a Beaver Stadium staple. (This year, as Penn State students gathered on Nov. 8 outside the university administration building, they began singing Joe Paterno's first name over the riff.)

At the same time, Arrangers' Publishing of Nashville had begun selling "Seven Nation Army" sheet music for marching bands, turning the angry one-guitar song into ensemble music. The hypnotic riff—which White reportedly produced by feeding his guitar through an effects pedal to make it sound like a bass—fit the new arrangement nicely. "The doom of it," Swank says, "makes it perfect for a marching band."

The Boston College band picked it up immediately, and the song has kept spreading. "It was very simple to play, angry, very loud, and kind of aggressive," Arrangers' Publishing vice president Jeff Hearington said. "The minute I heard it, I said, ‘We need to try to license this.' " The company has sold about 2,000 copies, Hearington said.

Today, there are few athletic venues the song hasn't invaded. "Seven Nation Army" has appeared at both Michigan and Ohio State, and also at obscure schools (check out this rendition by St. Cloud State's band). At Euro 2008, it was played and chanted incessantly at stadiums in Austria and Switzerland. It's popped up in NBA arenas and at NFL stadiums, competing with standbys like "Hells Bells," "Welcome to the Jungle," and "Crazy Train" for time on the endless loop.

This past summer, the Ravens polled fans about what song should rally the crowd into the fourth quarter at home games. "Seven Nation Army" beat out "Enter Sandman" and Joe Satriani's "Crowd Chant," among others, in the final balloting, and it is now a ritual. The Detroit Lions joined in, too, playing the song at Ford Field. In October, coach Jim Schwartz mentioned it on Twitter. "I rarely notice music during timeouts," he wrote, "but I did enjoy #WhiteStripes 7 Nation Army last night. Great response by crowd."

Swank is still bemused by the song's all-conquering success. He glimpsed the extent of its reach more than five years ago, while vacationing on the island of Formentera during the 2006 World Cup. There, on a 32-square-mile dot in the middle of the Mediterranean, he heard a group of Italians chanting the riff White had composed at that Australian soundcheck. "He accidentally wrote a folk song," Swank said. "You do the best you can, but you can't predict where it's going to go."

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