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EDUCATION

The Race For The Best Senior Secondary School In Ghana

I do not know what the criteria would be if one were to select the best senior high school in Ghana.Whilst some will choose West African senior high just like the way Prof Ransford Gyampo did others will choose Prempeh college just like the way great men of repute in the society like Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Dr. Kwesi Ahwoi,former President John Agyekum Kufuor will also do   Others will still choose Aburi Girls like former supreme court judge Vida Akoto-Bamfo Whilst great men like Dr. Kwesi Botchwey will choose Presbyterian Boys Senior Secondary School(Presec)   Even greater men who wrote their names in the history books of Ghana like Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Edward Akuffo Addo will be roaring the name of Achimota Senior Secondary school as the best in the country   But what if the name of your senior secondary school is Akomakofe senior secondary school?

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The Race For The Best Senior Secondary School In Ghana

POLITICS

Formation Of The U.G.C.C

Before you proceed with this article kindly follow me by clicking on the follow option The United Gold Coast Convention was the first political party to be formed in Ghana then Gold Coast at salt pond on the 14th of August, 1947.

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Formation Of The U.G.C.C

POLITICS

Photos: Meet Akufo Addo's Children, Grandchildren and Siblings

Meet Akuffo Addo's Children, Grandchildren and Siblings. Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo is the president of the republic of Ghana. Since then the president was an Attorney General under president John Agyekum Kuffour and also Minister for Foreign Affairs. Akuffo Addo have contested for Ghana's election three times and he finally won on the third time he contested. In his quest to be the president of Ghana, he have faced many barriers such as his defeat in an elections which he took to the supreme court but it

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Photos: Meet Akufo Addo's Children, Grandchildren and Siblings

POLITICS

Ghanaian heroes that fought for Ghana's Independence in 1957.

The Big Six were six leaders of the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC), the leading political party in the British colony of the Gold Coast.

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Ghanaian heroes that fought for Ghana's Independence in 1957.

ENTERTAINMENT

First Lady, Her Excellency Rebecca Akuffo-Addo celebrates her husband’s birthday.

William Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, popularly known as Nana Addo, currently the President of Ghana was born into a prominent Ghanaian royal and political family.He was born on 29 March, 1944 with Edward Akuffo-Addo and Adeline Akuffo-Addo as his biological parents.

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First Lady, Her Excellency Rebecca Akuffo-Addo celebrates her husband’s birthday.

POLITICS

What You Need To Know About The Father of Ghana's Current President

Edward Akuffo Addo is the father of Ghana's current President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo. He was born on 26 june 1906 at Dodowa on the Greater Accra Region to William Martin Addo Danquah and Theodora Amuafi. Both of his parents were from the Southern Ghanaian town, Akropong. He had his basic education at Presbyterian Primary and Middle Schools at Akropong. In 1929, he won a scholarship to St. Peter's College, Oxford, where he studied Mathematics, politics and philosophy. In 1947, he became a founding member

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What You Need To Know About The Father of Ghana's Current President

POLITICS

Who succeed succeeds Akuffo Addo?

The history of Ghana is made of many contributions and sacrifices by people who stood their grounds during the many years of struggles to defeat colonial domination. The Akyem people were very instrumental in the journey, their traditional chiefs alongside the elites were visible in the campaign to liberate the Gold Coast from the British rule, no wonder the United Gold Coast Convention was conceived by the "big six" four of whom are natives of Akyem Abuakwa. Dr J. B Danaquah, Ofori Atta, Edward Akuffo Addo

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Who succeed succeeds Akuffo Addo?

POLITICS

The Fallen Heroes of Africa: Great Leaders Africa Will Never Forget

The struggle of Africa’s emancipation from the colonial masters and rule cannot forget these great fallen heroes of Africa. Africa the prestigious land that has given birth to notable leaders such as Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Nelson Mandela, Jomo Kenyatta, Dr. J.B Danquach, Edward Akuffo Addo, Robert Mugabe, and to mention but a few. These great leaders have left a remarkable history that the young generation must learn from and honor them for their immense effort to lift the face of Africa. Before formal education,

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The Fallen Heroes of Africa: Great Leaders Africa Will Never Forget

POLITICS

“It is The Big One not The Big Six”- Kwesi Pratt

The labyrinth of apprehending and accepting the true heroes of Ghana has erupted lots of critics by different political analysts. Before the Akufo Addo government, September 21st was recognised nationwide as the Founder’s Day- in commemoration to Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.  The Founder’s Day was converted to 4th August to pay reverence to all the Big Six. History recalls 4th August as the day, the first ever political party was established- the party was United Gold Coast Convention(UGCC) in 1947. The top members

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“It is The Big One not The Big Six”- Kwesi Pratt

POLITICS

Opinion: Nana Akuffo-Addo can win this year's election if he does these two things

Nana Akuffo-Addo can win this year's election if he does these two things. Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo-Addo has contested for the presidential seat for so many years. In 2012, he was looking forward to winning but he was not able to win and he sent it to court. After the court case, John Dramani Mahama was still declared as the winner. Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo-Addo's family is said to be engaged in politics because his father, Edward Akuffo-Addo also became the president of Ghana. In 2016, Nana Akuffo-Addo got

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Opinion: Nana Akuffo-Addo can win this year's election if he does these two things

POLITICS

Meet The Father Of Ghana's Current President, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo

Edward Akuffo Addo is the father of Ghana's current President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo. He was born on 26 june 1906 at Dodowa on the Greater Accra Region to William Martin Addo Danquah and Theodora Amuafi. Both of his parents were from the Southern Ghanaian town, Akropong. He had his basic education at Presbyterian Primary and Middle Schools at Akropong. In 1929, he won a scholarship to St. Peter's College, Oxford, where he studied Mathematics, politics and philosophy. In 1947, he became a founding member

  8 months ago
Meet The Father Of Ghana's Current President, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo

POLITICS

The Politics Of The Independence Movements' In Ghana

Although political organizations had existed in the British colony, the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) was the first nationalist movement with the aim of self-government " in the shortest possible time". Founded in August 1947 by educated Africans such as J.B.Danquah, A.G. Grant, R.A.Awoonor-Williams, Edward Akuffo Addo (all lawyers except for Grant, who was a wealthy businessman), and others, the leadership of the organization called for the replacement of Chiefs on the Legislative Council with educated

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The Politics Of The Independence Movements' In Ghana

POLITICS

5 Political records of President Akufo Addo nobody has been able to break yet.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo is the current President of the Republic of Ghana and there are many outstanding political records he has set nobody has been able to break. This article list five of the political records. (1). Edward Akuffo Addo who is Nana Akuffo Addo's father was the second (2nd) President of Ghana and the fifth (5th) Head of State in the second (2nd) republic of Ghana,making President Akuffo Addo the first first President to have occupied an office his father occupied. (2). First President

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5 Political records of President Akufo Addo nobody has been able to break yet.

POLITICS

Democracy and demonstration the plight of Ghana politics

So until when will our leaders hear our grievances without demonstration, Ghana gained independence on the 6th of March 1957, and since Dr. Kwame Nkrumah made the declaration that the black man is capable of managing its affairs Ghana’s journey to democracy has been a hard one. After we gained independence as a country our political history started with Dr. Kwame Nkrumah who became the president of Ghana in 1960, after he came to General Joseph Ankrah followed by Lt. General Akwesi Amankwa Afrifa but he was

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Democracy and demonstration the plight of Ghana politics

POLITICS

2020 Ghana Presidential candidates

This year 2020 Ghana Election will consist of of 12 Candidates. Nine of them being men and 3 women. The 2020 Ghanaian presidential election will be so phabulous, now women have gotten the courage to stand again men in the election. LIST OF THE 2020 GHANA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1.Nana Addo Dankest Akuffo Addo 76 Years. He is the son of the late and former president of the republic of Ghana Edward Akuffo Addo. He father was the president of the republic of Ghana during the second republic. His father was also a

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2020 Ghana Presidential candidates

POLITICS

Between Nana Addo And John Mahama, Who Rocks Well In The Kente.

Hello guys Akrofi Bethel is my name and you are all welcomed back to my page, today let's have a look at who rocked the Kent's well between Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo and John Dramani Mahama. Kindly like this article, share and leave suggestions after reading and follow the page for more updates. John Dramani Mahama: John Dramani Mahama is a world wide known person due to his high standard of politics, he was the president of Ghana and the year 2012- 2016 till he was voted out. He is the leader of the National

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Between Nana Addo And John Mahama, Who Rocks Well In The Kente.