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The Chairperson of Breast Care International (BCI), Dr Mrs Beatrice Wiafe Addai, has urged individuals, corporate organisations and groups to attach the needed attention and commitment to the fight against breast cancer to ensure primary prevention, since the disease had no known cause.

She said the disease affected at least one out of every eight women, hence the need for testing for early diagnosis, treatment and cure.

She made the statement when she addressed thousands of participants in a BCI Walk for Cure march. The walk, which was undertaken by mainly Senior High School (SHS) students, survivors of breast cancer and their relatives and some organised groups last Saturday through some principal streets of Kumasi, was to create awareness of the need for people to get tested for the disease.

Myth and misconception

The survivors, who were clad in pink dresses, put up a spectacular display of dancing and singing to gospel music to explain the myth and misconception surrounding breast cancer.

The day, which was organised by Breast Care International and Peace and Love Hospital, started from the Baba Yara Sports Stadium to the Jubilee Park where the occasion was climaxed with displays by selected schools and breast cancer survivors.

Other notable persons and groups who joined the walk were persons with disability, men and showbiz icons such as Akosua Agyapong and police officers.

Dr Wiafe Addai said the unfortunate situation created by superstition, was one major problem affecting the fight against the disease, as patients and their families attributed the disease to witchcraft, hence the need to ensure testing and early treatment.

She expressed worry over the misconception by some people who believed that being diagnosed with breast cancer was tantamount to death, and urged such people to be inspired by the over 100 survivors who participated in the walk.

Risk factors

Touching on the risk factors, Dr Wiafe Addai said the first of such risk factors was being a woman, though some men also contracted the disease. She indicated that another risk factor was that, it was hereditary, and added that if a woman in a family had been diagnosed with breast cancer, then the rest were at risk and must be careful.

Women who had their first child after 33 years, those who have never had children and others with long menstrual cycles, were also at risk, she said, and urged the women not to be scared but to seek early testing because early testing and prompt action were equal to prevention.

She also took the gathering through self-examination and urged groups who wanted members of their organisations to go through breast examination to contact the Peace and Love Hospital.

Speaking before the start of the walk, the Ashanti Regional Minister, Mr John Alexander Ackon, commended the BCI and Peace and Love Hospital for their relentless efforts to ensure that Ghanaian women, even those in the remotest parts of the country, got tested and cured, and said the best way forward was early testing for treatment.

 

Peace Ambassador for Election 2016, Irbard Ibrahim has condemned the 'missile' which was thrown at the NPP’s flag bearer on a campaign platform, saying the incident “is sad and underpins the need for more public education on how to conduct politics in a decorous and mutually respectful way.”

“Even though the sad episode was not life-threatening to the statesman, I condemn such an act regardless of who was behind it.” the Peace Ambassador said in a statement Friday.

An unidentified person in the crowd at a New Patriotic Party (NPP) rally at Osu on Wednesday hurled a stone at opposition leader Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as he addressed supporters.

The three-time presidential aspirant had told party faithful of the need to vote out President Mahama and the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) following their alleged mismanagement of the economy and to give him a chance to become president to reverse the hardship foisted on Ghanaians by the government.

But as the 72-year-old began to plead with supporters to also vote for the NPP’s parliamentary aspirant for the area, Philip Addison, he was compelled to pause his delivery, turning to complain to those beside him on the platform that someone had hit him with a stone.

“Someone just threw a stone at me, why?” he asked. But he quickly resumed his delivery, saying: “No problem, this is our politics in Ghana.

Bemoaning the poor scene the 72 yr old Flagbearer suffered days ago, Irbard said such political trend is undignified and speaks ill of the democratic credentials of Ghana.

“I call for dignified treatment of all presidential and parliamentary candidates who have sacrificed their lives, exposed their families to criticism and have invested time and energy to serve this great Republic,” the statement urged.

 

Popular radio and television relationship counselor, Reverend George Lutterodt, has warned some men of God in the country to take their sex life with their wives very seriously or else they may end up in hell.

The eccentric counselor’s strange position on matters of marriage and relationship has endeared him to a lot of people while a huge section of the public especially the youth who he usually bashes also condemn him.

Counselor Lutterodt was guest on Agenda3 on 3FM’s Sunrise Morning Show where the focus was on rape and sexual assault.

“There are a lot of men of God in this country and beyond that will likely find themselves in hell because they are not having proper sexual intercourse with their wives”.

He explained, “The act of lovemaking must always end up well just like worshiping God to the climax.

“If your act doesn’t get to that point then it means you are punishing the person in place”.

According to him there are some men of God today who are waiting for grace of erection and because of that they are punishing their wives.

“The Bible says if you don’t live with them with understanding, your prayers will be hindered and I am telling you that some men of God are not anointed because they have not done well with their wives”.

 

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