Ghana has a currency known as the Ghanaian cedi and the pesewas.
Each note of the cedi is a paper which has several designs on it. It has the big six of Ghana on it.
In today's article, let's us find out the name of the woman on the Ghana 50 pesewas coin currency.
She is by name Rebecca Naa Dedei Aryeetey. She is popularly known for her big flour business in Ghana.
She was a member of the Convention People's Party (CPP). That means she was a politician.
She was a member of the campaign team of Ghana's first present and she also fought for the independence of the country.
After all these, she got enemies who killed her by poisoning her.
She died at age 38 through tea poisoning.
She was honoured with a picture with every 50 pesewas note Ghana will ever get in the future. She also her name tagged on double decker buses in Ghana.
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