Ghana as a country is rich in history and culture. There could be no country without a history, a country without a history is not a country and can not be considered as one.
Some people made it possible for our existence of today and the peace and things we enjoy or see, are all because someone laid out some to archive it or lost his/her life for us the generation to benefit from what he/she did.
Many have made Ghana today and the peace we enjoy today all because some people laid down their lives for it to happen.
Talking of the Big Six and some people in the history of Ghana, all made the peaceful Democratic rule we enjoy now and Tetteh Quarshie also nourishing our economy with cocoa and so many other people also helping Ghana to a better place now.
Most countries in appreciation for what their leaders did for them put their images on their currencies and name them after some institutions in the country.
Ghana on the other hand has been seen with images of leaders and some personalities who helped the country on its currencies or name them after places and institutions.
Most of the people we have heard of or even seen photos of but some of which we do not know at all but just know them to be on our currency, so today we are going to check out one of the photos of this person in our currency.
Rebecca Naa Dedie Ayitey otherwise known as Dedie Ashikishan is the woman students of history have distinguished as the one on the 50 pesewas coin. She was a women's activist, a legislative issues examiner and a finance manager and was well known in given association in Dr Drumah's Convention People's Party as one of the central agents of the gathering. She was brought into the world in 1923 at Accra officially Ga. She was at one time the sovereign mother of Makola market.
Be that as it may, her initial life finished suddenly after she supposedly passed on from a food contamination at a capacity's gathering at Ho in the Volta Region of Ghana.
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