A Ghanaian academic, lawyer, activist and author, Emerita Professor Takyiwaa Manuh was born in Kumasi to James Kwesi Manuh, a food contractor and Akosua Akyaa, a trader at Ankaase in the Ashanti Region. She has talked about how she went to Class One three times, having moved from Ankaase Methodist School while in Class One to Adum Presby School in Kumasi where she again began class one.
The fact that the practices of the LGBT community are not in line with our cultural norms and religious beliefs doesn't mean we should risk our polical and economic gains from our foreign counterparts. Ghana is still a developing and so depends largely on the benevolence of Western countries.
Rebecca Naa Okaikor is the First Lady of Ghana as the wife of President Nana Akufo-Addo.5th President of the 4th Republic of Ghana. She is the daughter of the judge, Jacob Hackenburg Griffiths-Randolph who served as the Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana in Third Republic and Frances Phillipina Griffiths-Randolph.
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African leaders are mostly corrupt because the African people do not hold their leaders accountable. We have been used to bad leadership that we have become very numb about corruption, nepotism, tribalism, greed, and other things to our economic development. Whatever that is happening, we just move on with our lives and we don’t challenge them.
Benedicta Gafah, a Ghanaian actress and film producer, was born on September 1, 1986. She has appeared in films from both Ghallywood and Kumawood, including "Mirror Girl," "Azonto Ghost," and "April Fool." She is a Zylofon Media signee.
Benedicta Gafah bis a Ghanaian actress and a film producer. She has been featured in both Ghallywood and Kumawood movies.She is a signee of Zylofon Media. Gafah was born in Abelemkpe in the Greater Accra of Ghana to Mr. and Mrs. Kwaku Badu. She had her secondary education at the Presbyterian Girls Senior High School in Kumasi and then continued to African University Communication College.
Enhancing quality education is one of the key roles in ensuring a brighter future for the children in the country. As we know, education in itself, is very important and contributes to the future of citizens. However, the quality of education provided for these learners especially at the basic school is the most important factor that must be given much concentration.
I have read statements attributed to one Dr. Kobby Mensah published on peacefmonline.com titled "Bawumia Has No Foundation In NPP". He made these comments on Paul Adom-Otchere's Good Evening Ghana program and as an academic who prides as a believer in "evidence-led" research, he was expected to show fidelity to facts in his assertions.
Dan Kwaku Yeboah is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist and a former spokesperson for the Ghana Football Association during the period of the FIFA Normalization committee. He is also the Head of sports for Despite Media Group who owns the Ghanaian media giant, Peace FM. Dan Kwaku Yeboah was born on 30th September, 1978.
Born in Ghana, Her Excellency Prof. Abena Pokua Adompim Busia is a Ghanaian poet, academic, writer, feminist and diplomat. She is the elder daughter of a Professor of Sociology, K.A Busia who was one time head of state/prime minister in Ghana's 2nd republic and Mrs. Naa Morkor Busia, a teacher and midwife.
Upper West Regional Director of Education, Mr. Abdul Razak A. Korah Some Schools in Upper West Region are being listed for Not providing their students with the Basic Education Certificates Since 2009. Some of the Students affected have since not Been Able to Attend SHS or Continue with their Education because of the development.
Benedicta Gafah a Ghanaian actress and a film producer. She has been featured in both Ghallywood and Kumawood movies.She is a signee of Zylofon Media. Gafah was born in Abelemkpe in the Greater Accra of Ghana to Mr. and Mrs. Kwaku Badu. She had her secondary education at the Presbyterian Girls Senior High School in Kumasi and continued to African University Communication College.
All You Need To Know About Akoin And Akon City As you continue to explore cryptocurrency, you would have definitely come across Akoin. This Akoin cryptocurrency has been making waves globally. You may have heard about this coin in connection with Akon, an international R & B star. No doubt, it gained visibility because of him and may have piqued your interest. However, when it comes to investing, it is important that you do your research. You should always seek to learn as much as possible about a cryptocurrency
October is the 10th month on the Gregorian calendar. Some major events happening globally in Ghana and the world in the month of October 2021 are highlighted below. 1.World Vegetarian Day - October 1st: This day is celebrated to create awareness about the benefits of vegetarian lifestyle and encourage others to become vegetarian (abstaining from the consumption of meat).
Considering the challenges he has underwent through as a disabled young man following his parents inability to give him the necessary education or trade, and in his quest to ensure that such unpalatable challenges never confront other children, Mr. Eric Andoh a citizen of Nyankomase Ahenkro in the Central Region has make a move forward to solve the canker
The African Foundation for Educational Development (AFFED) has accused the National Council of Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) of contributing woefully to the falling standards in Ghana’s Education System. In a statement issued by AfFED on the 9th of September 2021, and signed by its Executive Director, Kwame Adade, the Education Think Tank said the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment has failed woefully in its core mandate and mission to raise the quality of education at the Pre- tertiary level in Ghana.
The President of the Ghana Institution of Engineering (GhIE), Ing. Prof. Charles Adams has called to question the attitude of most African governments towards engaging the services of local professional engineers in execution of developmental projects within their various countries, attributing it as a cause of Africa’s backwardness and its inability to solve the developmental problems it is bedeviled with.
Mama Kodzogasi II, the newly enstooled Queen mother of Kpando Gadza in the Volta Region, has committed to prioritize education as part of the community's long-term development goal. Every child in the community will be able to read and execute basic arithmetic by Primary Three, and will have gained practical skills in information communication technology (ICT) before graduating junior high school (JHS) under the queen mother's direction.
The KGL Foundation, a subsidiary of the KGL Group, has stepped in to support the Ghana Football Association's juvenile football development program (GFA). Mr. Alex Dadey, Executive Chairman of the KGL Group, stated at the agreement signing ceremony that the KGL Foundation was established as a single-purpose vehicle to drive all KGL Group corporate social responsibility operations in compliance with international standards and best practices.
Policy Advisor at the John A. Kufuor Foundation, Nana Ama Oppong-Duah, is urging private groups inside the agriculture mechanization sector to aid rice farmers within the U.S.A She says mechanization is a key carrier rice farmers need if the united states of America can grow to be self-sufficient in rice manufacturing.