Ghana is a very beautiful and peaceful country which is surrounded by three French-speaking countries and a sea at the south of Her. Being the only English-speaking country among Her friends; Togo, Cote D’voire and Burkina Faso, Ghana’s uniqueness has crossed borders – both on the African continent and on the global map. Ghana is full of fun and happiness – you can’t be in Ghana and be having dull moments! Except you just want to say that dull moments are part of your hobbies. You can ask my fellow
The Black Starlets of Ghana have lost 1 - 3 to Cote D’Iviore in the ongoing WAFU Zone B Under 17 tournament, this afternoon. The group B game was tipped to be tough for both teams, but Cote D’Iviore brought their dominance to bear throughout the game. The game started well for both Ghana and Cote D’Iviore, but the former could not hold on to the forth and conceded in the first half. Black Starlets managed to get back into the game with the equalizer in the second half. Afterwards, Cote D’Iviore doubled
Niger Referee Ahmadou Alou will be in charge of Group B game between Black Satellites and Cote D’Ivoire at the ongoing West African Football Union, WAFU, Zone B championship in Benin. Black Satellites will come face to face with Cote D’Ivoire on Saturday December 12, at the Stade De Gaules. Referee Alou will be aided by fellow countryman Soufia Soufi Abdou Garba as Assistant 1, Abdou Kpelafia of Togo as Assistant 2 and Vincent Kabore of Burkina Faso as Fourth Official. Baba Gorogorowe Toure of Togo will
Ghana celebrates its 64th independence anniversary, what have we achieved, 64 years on does our independence worth it?
His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has left Ghana on Tuesday, 16th March, 2021 for the Cote D’ivoire to attend the funeral of Mr. Hamed Bakayoko, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Cote D’ivoire which is slated for Wednesday, 17th March, 2021. The President left for this all important occasion