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World Vegan Day is 1st November. Watch this segment and take the Healthy Living Challenge at for a chance to win money, prizes, and better health.

Ghanaians are shifting the way we think about food and more of us are becoming curious about vegan diets and how to eat more vegan foods.

What is the difference between vegan and vegetarianism
Do you have to give up the foods you love to eat vegan
What is the link between health and diet
The cedis is dropping. How does eating vegan help the Ghanaian economy?
What do the hosts David Kwaku and Apiorkor really think after tasting the food?

Ọbádélé Kambon
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⁣Chef Ama's As Above Sobolo vending launch thank you video.

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Scratching the surface of 220lbs (100kg)

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200 lbs or 90 kilos
Let's raise the bar!

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Across Africa, lobbyists, philanthropists and businesspeople are working to open up the continent to GMOs. They argue that GMOs can provide a miracle solution to two of Africa’s biggest problems: famine and malaria.

One of the main supporters of the movement is Bill Gates, one of the world’s wealthiest individuals and founder of the most powerful philanthropic foundation in history. The film shows how the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation became the main funder of genetic experiments underway on the continent.

Discreetly and beyond the reach of critical voices, scientists are conducting research on the genetic modification of cassava plants and mosquitoes as a solution to the malaria problem.

The role of the EU here is an ambiguous one: Whereas the bloc was initially skeptical about genetic engineering because of the potential risks to health and the environment, now the EU is working together with the Microsoft founder’s nonprofit conducting experiments that would be banned in Europe.

Genetic modification in Africa is about power, but it is also about money. And this puts the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in the firing line: by financing genetic engineering experiments in Africa, the organization is playing into the hands of big western agribusiness.

"Africa, GMOs and Western Interests” shines a light on the brave new world of philanthrocapitalism, where humanitarian aid has a stubborn aftertaste of business, famine programs are often a pretext to introduce GMOs and public investments can serve private interests.

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Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀
21 Views · 2 months ago

i wanted to video blog my journey of my health self focus. I will share my daily feedback.

Ọbádélé Kambon
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⁣Kwadwo rocking and rolling

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⁣Emefa on leg day

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⁣Ama on the exercise bike

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