The national science and maths quiz is a quiz competition organised in Ghana amongst the senior high schools every year. The school with most award is the Presbyterian boys senior high school. Presbyterian boys senior high school is a secondary boarding school for boys,in legon, Accra, Ghana.
After kicking off handsomely, the continental top scorers ranking is back with a view to the already launched 2021-2022 season. During the past season, Robert Lewandowski was the best scorer in the major leagues thanks to his 41 goals with Bayern Munich. Regarding this course, the fight is very interesting due to the level that several of the players are showing in these first bars.
The Emotional Message Samuel Inkoom Received From Wife Samuel Inkoom’s wife, Omega, has offered her support to husband after FIFA banned the defender for cheating an agent in a transfer deal back in 2014.
Samuel Inkoom is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a defender for Georgian club Samtredia and the Ghana national team. Inkoom was born in Sekondi-Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana. He started his football career with Sekondi Hasaacas in Ghana and later moved to Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC. Samuel Inkoom joined Swiss side, FC Basel in 2009 for a three-year contract at an undisclosed fee from Asante Kotoko. At Basel, he was part of the team that won double trophy in 2010. He joined Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Literacy, as conveyed by the Basel mission, provided Krobo (Dangme) scholars with the means to publish powerful histories fostering Klo (Dangme ) identity and statehood. (Vail 1989:12-12, Harries :1989: 82-1A). Yet the language they used was not their own but that of their Ga - neighbours. (Azu: 1929a : Odonkor : 1973, Sikapa: 1937). Ga was used in the schools and in the Church up to the 1970s. The Krobo language (Klo Gbi) is a dialect of Dangme, and Ga derives from Dangme. Basel mission policy which IGNORED
Before Education in Ghana was mainly informal, and based on apprenticeship before the arrival of European settlers, who introduced a formal education system addressed to the elites . The 19th century saw the increasing influence of Missionaries. With the arrival of more missions into the country came an explosion in mission schools across the length and breadth of southern Ghana. The Wesleyan and Basel missionaries established schools in Cape Coast, Accra, Anomabu, Dixcove, Akropong and all along the
AS we celebrate Legon PRESEC this month, I want to share you some facts you never know about them even as old student. school was formed under the Presbyterian Church of Gold Coast. In 1937, 5 Presbyterians agreed to pool 10,000 pounds to start the school. The progenitor of the school was Basel missionary. On 1st February 1938, the school was formally opened. PRESEC was once a building that housed the German missionaries. PRESEC started with 16 students and 4 Teachers. PRESEC was stationed in Krobo Odumase for
80 Facts About PRESEC You Probably Didn't Have Any Idea About Even As A Ɔ"dade"ɛ - This month, newsbuzzgh.blogspot.com is putting a major throwback on Presec. Don’t ask us why, we will do the same for your school too. As we celebrate Presec this month, we want to share with you 80 facts about the Blue Magicians school we think you should know about. Why 80 facts? You will know the answer when you get to the fact about the year it was established. Yes, you may hate Presecans and so it’s good to size up
Many students and graduates in Ghana don't know how formal education came about in Ghana but through this publishing they will get to know. In precolonial times, education in Ghana was informal. Knowledge and competencies were transmitted orally and through apprenticeships. The arrival of European settlers during the 16th century brought new forms of learning; formal schools appeared, providing a book-based education. Their audience was mainly made up of local elites (mulattos, sons of local chiefs and weal
Jesus said to his disciples in Mathew 16:18 that "And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it" Indeed the Presbyterian Church has come a long way since its was established, the Lord has been faithful to his Word. The Presbyterian church is the oldest continuously existing established Christian church in Ghana, it was started by the Basel missionaries on 18 December, 1828. The First Missionaries were sent as a result of
The presence of Christian missionaries on the coast of Ghana has been dated to the arrival of the Portuguese in the fifteenth century. It was the Basel/Presbyterian and Wesleyan/Methodist missionaries, however, who, in the nineteenth century, laid the foundation for the Christian church in Ghana. Beginning their conversions in the coastal area as "nurseries of the church" in which an educated African class was trained. There are secondary schools today, especially exclusively boys and girls schools,