I’ve seen a couple of NPP activists share a video in which Dr. Bawumia, the Vice President and NPP flagbearer hopeful apparently mocks at H. E. John Dramani Mahama for being a Christian and I wonder why the following of Dr. Bawumia should be happy to publicize such a blunder.
Hi lovely people hope everyone is doing well am back with another amazing article which talks about Fertility and Conception. In this you are going to learn the nature of treating fertility and Conception, with this ingredients which works for both male and female. FOR EASY CONCEPTION GET THESE INGREDIENTS.
Hausa fashion is now a trend, any one can wear Hausa fashion styles, wether one is Hausa for not. If you are interested in this style of fashion, this article might be of help to you and give you some ideas on this fashion styles. The Hausa fashion styles are good for regular days and also good for special occasions weddings, parties and other festivities.
Hi lovely people hope everyone is doing well am back with another article which talks about Milk and Clove Photo Source Google CLOVES (English) KÒNANFURU(Yoruba), KANAMFARI (Hausa), ZOBO PEPPER (Pidgin English) A teaspoon of crushed cloves mix with a cup of milk on an empty stomach will treat:
Kasoa is a household name in Ghana now as a result of always making the news headlines for l reasons. Many people believed that the much-talked-about enclave could be on its way to becoming the "Big Apple" of the region and country as a whole. Before Kasoa shot from an underdog small settlers town in the mid-80s to a prominent peri-urban economic hub, here are five major things you didn't know about this News-making area.
Every year, new styles are being introduced into the fashion industry, these new styles are marvellous as they are normally used in our everyday life. Some people may think that most of the men do not give much attention to their appearance as women have been doing.
African women know how to dress well and appear stunning on a daily basis. They masterfully combine colors and patterns, highlighting the benefits of their physique, and evoking a joyous attitude in themselves and those around them.The Hausa tribe is one of Nigeria's most populous. It has a long history of steady religious and home customs, both of which have influenced Hausa traditional clothing.
This article is not meant for advertisement , but rather to enlighten people about two popular Ghanaian meals Kenkey is one of the principal fermented foods consumed in Ghana. It is prepared from fermented ground white corn (maize). To prepare kenkey, the corn has to be ground first into flour and mixed with warm water, followed by fermentation (for two to three days) into maize dough.Kenkey can be eaten with sauces such as Tomato sauce, palava sauce, or okra stewIt's much sweet when mixed with pea and fish.
As early as the 8th century, Islamic religion was introduced into the west Africa by the Arabian merchants, who travelled through the trans-Saharan salt and gold trade routes. Later, Muslim scholars accompanied them and were instrumental in constructing mosques and centres for Islamic learning along the trade routes.
Hausa koko in Ghana also known as millet porridge is a popular Ghanaian breakfast delicacy often taken with ‘bofrot’ or bread. If you want to learn how to prepare this awesome breakfast with ease, then wait, don’t go anywhere yet. Just read this recipe to the end.
It is has been sad news as a 13-year old Hausa girl went missing at Ashaley Botwe in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. She goes by the name Salma Abdullah. On the morning of Tuesday, 28th September, Salma left home for school and since then, no one has heard from her; not even her teachers or friends from school.
Home Remedy for type 1&2 diabetes Pawpaw is known world wide but its amazing health benefits for reversing type 1& 2 diabetes is rarely know by some individuals. It has so many names in Ghana by certain ethnic groups. Hausa as Gwanda, Akan as Brofre, borofere, boroferedua, Ga-Dangbe as Akpakpa, and Ewe as adiba.
Hausa koko is a very popular porridge for breakfast in Ghana. It's not expensive and with just about 2-3 Ghana cedis, you're good to go for the whole morning .It's popular complemented with koose, bread, milk or groundnut. No matter what you choose to take it with it makes an amazing combination.
Kokonte is a staple food, eaten in certain pieces of Africa including Togo, Ghana and others. In Ghana, Kokonte is eaten by the majority of the ethnic gatherings like the Ga, Akan, Hausa. Kokonte is otherwise called "Face The Wall". Kokonte is very nutritive and as it contains adequate amounts of protein and very little fat.
Heartwarming photo of a young man pops up as he serves his costumers with his delicious Hausa koko. The saying that what men can do women can do it better is reversed in this context. This Young Man spotted selling porridge "Hausa koko" by the road side has warm the hearts of many.
In this generation of the world a lot of things are happening in insane, On Tuesday, September 28th, 2021, unknown gunmen decapitated a man in Nkpor, Anambra State. The beheaded man was a Hausa man, according to an eyewitness who shared the news on a Whatsapp chat about the heinous incident.
Most people in Ghana like hausa koko because that's the only food you can get at the roadside when you wake up early morning. It is very popular in Zongo communities It is cooked using pepper,millet,spices and so many other stuffs. Hausa koko is a spicy porridge made from millet.While koose is made from bean paste mixed with ground pepper and spices.
Baba Seidu is a young boy of age 14 years and lives at Achiase in the Eastern Region. His parents are called Sumaila Seidu and Aishatu Seidu. Baba Seidu informed his parents that he is going to work and left the house around 9:00am. His parents waited for a while after the normal time he has been returning from work but didn't show up.
Dawadawa is the Hausa name for the fermented paste made from seeds of the African locust bean tree and is widely used as seasoning in soups, stews and the popular dawadawa jollof. It has a pungent smell but equally adds some flavor to your food. The heady smell of dawadawa is off putting to some people.
Man marries second wife with the money given to him by an NGO to feed his seven children. This was discovered by one Nigerian lady on twitter known as HARACHI “So last month this NGO that my friend works with in Jos gave this Hausa man 100thousand to start a business and feed his 7 children better, they had gone back this afternoon to find out that Oga used the money to marry a second wife.