Ghanaians were stunned when a video that was supposed to be a man and a woman who got stuck while being intimate went viral. The incident was reported to have happened at the only natural lake in the country, Lake Bosomtwi. Ghanaians couldn't fathom why a couple could be such adventurous to engage in intimacy in the full glare of all those who were present at the scene.
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Social media went buzzing with a video of a couple who supposedly got stuck while being intimate in the Lake Bosomtwi in the Ashante Region. The couple came under severe bushing with many saying it served them right for being that adventurous so as they could do that in a water body as powerful as the only natural lake in the country.
Statements issued by the Education minister, has kept several talking with regards to graduate university admissions. The Founder of Educate Africa Institute, Mr. Boadi William has reacted to statements from the Minister for Education, Dr Yaw Adutwum who doubles as MP for Bosomtwi's call for Universities to allow graduates with Third Class and Pass into Post Graduate programs to Pursue them.
The Minister-designate for Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has backed the government’s resolve to keep schools open despite the surge in coronavirus cases. He said the Ghana Health Service (GHS) and the Ghana Education Service (GES) are on top of issues to guarantee that understudies are shielded from the infection. He made this known on Thursday, February 11, when he confronted Parliament's Appointments Committee. An inquiry on the insurance of understudies and the conceivable conclusion of schools
When a large portion of land is filled with water and surrounded by high rise dry land, with or without necessarily having any other river or water body serving as an inlet or outlet, a lake is said to have been formed. Lakes lie on land and are not part of the ocean, although like the much larger oceans, they form part of earth's water cycle.
Source; reportghana.com Lake Bosumtwi is the only natural lake in Ghana. It is situated within an ancient impact Crater, that is about 10.5 kilometres (6.5 mi) in diameter. It is about 30 km (19 mi) south-east of Kumasi the capital of Ashanti and is a popular recreational area.
Please before you proceed to read this article kindly tap on the follow button at upper corner of the page to follow and receive the latest updates from me. This article is about the deputy minister of Education Hon Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum teaching in the classroom today. The Minister passing by a town near Ejisu called Kwaso decided to stop and practiced his teaching skills in one of their public schools. Dr Osei Adutwum took to his official Facebook page to update his followers about his down to earth gesture
The Head of traditional authorities at the Ashanti Kingdom, Manhyia Palace has instructed a private developer to plant more than fifty thousand trees along the banks of Lake Bosomtwe, according to a reliable information gathered.
History Bosomtwe is a circular lake, caused by a meteor impact a million years ago. The sides rise steeply, covered with trees and bush. There are various settlements around, mainly fishing and farming villages but also some places to stay. Lake Bosomtwi also sometimes spelled Bosomtwe, is a lake formed by an ancient meteorite strike in the Ashanti Region. Oral tradition has it that the lake was formed in 1648 when a hunter pursuing and antelope shot and injured the antelope “Otwe” – in the Twi dialect.