Majority Leader Drops The Names Of Persons Whose Images Should Be Captured On The ¢100 Note
The member of Parliament for Suame Constituency, Osei Kyei Mensah who doubles as the majority leader and the minister for parliamentary affairs has suggested some names to the house of Parliament the names of persons who should be captured on the country's currencies. Speaking in Parliament today, Osei Mensah Bonsu listed some names of persons who also fought for the independence of the country aside the Big Six.
Photos Of Hajia 4real And Shugatiti Flaunting Their Skin Off In Ghanaian Independence Outfit
Welcome to my platform, I’m always indoors and enjoy writing as a part time job for Ghana’s favorite entertainment news blog.
Look at the photos of Hajia4real and Shugatiti Flaunting their bodies
Welcome to my foundation, I'm in every case inside and appreciate composing as low maintenance work for Ghana's number one diversion news blog.
The Unfairness Of Ghana's History
For most Ghanaians, Asante first appears in the independence struggle in the form of the National Liberation Movement (NLM). And that appearance is also interpreted to mean Asante trying to work against the then Nkrumah-led independence movement. So, given how our political history is taught, both from a "Big Six" perspective and a Gold Coast Colony perspective, you don't find Asante in the picture until the NLM(National Liberation Movement) appears on the scene.
Mahama Family: See what Mahama's father did when he was a Senior Presidential Advisor
Ghana's history would be incomplete should we leave out the impact of the Mahama Family on the country's developmental continuum. Though politics nowadays has made it extremely difficult for us to clearly distinguish a true leader from a bad one, it still remains imperative that we do give due recognition to people who fought restlessly and resiliently to parachute this country to an appreciable tangent point.
Meet all the beautiful wives of Ghana's Founding Fathers (The Big Six)
Most Ghanaian, African and Global literatures have gladly and confidently documented the great works that were done by the country's Founding Fathers, popularly known as "The Big Six'.
Ambrose Dery is blowing his own soundless Horns; He must learn from these great Interior Ministers
History continues to reign as an indisputable and inarguable ingredient in our developmental continuum as a nation. All the key founding fathers, who are preferably referred to as "The Big Six" were very much immersed in the kind of culture and tradition with have as a country.
Nobody Even Talks About Her Anymore: The Wife Of Late President Atta Mills
Nobody Even Talks About Or Her Anymore: The Wife Of Late President Atta Mills Legends are those who break the rules in a good way or a bad way but for a good cause. Ghana has had it's fair share of political legends since the very beginning of our existence. Most of them had harsh beginnings, others had harsh endings and a number of them had both unfortunate beginnings and unfortunate endings. Some of these legends are Dr Kwame Nkrumah, The members of the Big Six, the late Atta Mills and the late Jerry John
A Brief History of Edward Akufo-Addo; One of Ghana's Founding Fathers & Member of The "Big Six".
Edward Akufo-Addo was a renowned Ghanaian politician and lawyer. He was a member of the famed "Big Six" leaders of the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) and one of the founding fathers of Ghana who engaged in the fight for Ghana's independence. He became the Chief Justice (1966–70), and later President (1970–72), of the Republic of Ghana.
"Are We Really Free From Colonialism?"-Ghanaians React To Akufo-Addo's Founders' Day Post
It's been 64 years since our beloved country gain independence from our colonial masters. History reveals that six Ghanaians named "The Big Six" struggled with the colonial masters and gained independence for us on 6th March 1957. Dr Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah was the leader so a memorable day was set aside to remember him for all the pain and agony he went through to gain independence for the country.
The Big Six of Ghana and their rich history
Ghana got its freedom on March 6 in the year 1957, and thus, it turned into a province country.It was otherwise called the Gold Coast.
Biography Of Emmanuel Obetsebi-Lamptey
Emmanuel Obetsebi-Lamptey Ghanaian politician Emmanuel Odarkwei Obetsebi-Lamptey (26 April 1902 – 29 January 1963) was a political activist in the British colony of the Gold Coast. He was one of the founding fathers of Ghana and one of the founders and leaders of the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) known as "The Big Six". He was the father of NPP politician Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey. Quick Facts: Born, Died ... Emmanuel Odarkwei Obetsebi-Lamptey Born 26 April 1902 Ode, Accra, Ghana Died 29 January 1963 (aged
The Nkrumah Effect: Founders Never Leave Our Memories, They Leave Indelible Footprints In Our Minds
Streaming from the bowels of independence, many fought for us in seeing this glorious day. From the struggles amidst oppression and persecutions many good their grounds seeking a better Ghana, which we are witnessing today. With Dr. Kwame Nkrumah whose tireless appetite and an undying desire for self-government now surged and detonated the drive for liberation.
The Big Six: Facts To Note
The United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) was the leading political party in the British colony of the Gold Coast, which became Ghana after independence.
Today in History- Positive Action campaign declared by Nkrumah
Today in History, on 8th January 1950 Kwame Nkrumah launches Positive Action campaign, a series of protests and strikes to fight colonialism through nonviolence and education of the people. Kwame Nkrumah declared Positive Action day, a milestone in the freedom struggle against British Imperialism and the colonial rule.
The Big Six: Who Will Win The Best Rapper Artist Of The Year 2021 At The VGMA Night? - Let's Discuss
Thanks for choosing to read my articles, as this month comes full of ecstasy, I am not leaving you behind, I will make sure you also enjoy every bit of happiness. For this reason, I am encouraging you to hit the follow button on the right top corner of your screen to get all my latest funny articles, entertainment news, breaking news, lifestyle news, top stories and many exciting articles. This month is full of drills and you are not staying behind. Ladies rappers have found it difficult to claim this category.
How Commander Imray Caused Hatred Between The Police And The Army Up Till Now: History
The Big Six were six leaders of the United Gold Coast Convention( UGCC ) who were arrested and imprisoned by the colonial government after the 1948 riots.
Government declares August 4, public holiday to mark Founders Day
Government through the Interior Ministry has announced Wednesday, August 4, as a public occasion to observe Founders Day. In an articulation dated July 29 and endorsed by Interior Minister Ambrose Dery, the Ministry said the day is a legal public occasion and the overall population ought to notice it as such all through the country.
The Big Six Young Rappers Who Can Beat Sarkodie In A Rap Battle
Young Ghanaian Rappers Who Can Murder Sarkodie In A Lyrical War Undoubtedly, Ghana is blessed with many musical talents but my focus is centered on the rap genre in Ghana. Realistically we have some of the best lyricists and rap flows on the continent. Our very own “Highest” has been dominating the African rap scene for ages.
The History of Peaceful Democracy In Ghana
Democracy has come along way with us since the independence of the nation Ghana on 6th March 1957.The government of Ghana has tried to operate under the umbrella of a democratic society.