Jerry Rawlings John used to be born on 22 June 1947 in Accra, Ghana, to Victoria Agbotui, an Anlo Ewe from Dzelukope, Keta, and James Ramsey John, a chemist from Castle Douglas in Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland. Rawlings attended Achimota School and a army academy at Teshie.Rawlings was once married to Nana Konadu Agyeman, whom he met whilst at Achimota College.
The Ghanaian governance system has developed with many weird tales and suspicions that have over the years developed into a genre of imaginary fixation of fabled theories to the otherwise serious business of government. In other instances, some of the stories proved not to be ordinary tales. To what some considered to be just fables, events later proved how real, factual and truthful some of the rumours were; just as factual as day and night.
NPP Big Wig Boldly Reveals The Names Of Women That Will Be Paid Monthly Allowances By The Government
Popular controversial Ghanaian politician and the current Managing Director of Accra Digital Centre, Honourable Kofi Ofosu Nkansah has just dropped the list of the women that will receive the monthly allowances approved by the parliament. He revealed the names of the of the women on his official Facebook page few hours ago and Netizens can't stop talking about it.
The National Democratic Congress Upper West Regional Chapter has drafted a message through its Communications Officer, Mr. Puo-ire Prosper to the President during his two days tour in the Region. The Communication director pointed at some key projects neglected by the President since he assumed office in 2017, Mr. Prosper Noted that Some projects he can boldly say are of the NDC's legacy are being ignored by the president because he knows very well he can't take glory for them.
Students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have embarked on a demonstration against what they described as, ‘killer increment’ in charges for accommodation. The protest, on social media platforms with the hashtag, #FixKnustHostelPrices and on campus, is to demand that Management intervenes to stop the high cost of accommodation to be borne by students.
A rainstorm has ripped off the the Hila Limann Senior school the Upper West Region. The school which is situated in the Sisala West District of the region was hit by the rainstorm in the late hours of Sunday 23rd May, 2021. According to the Headmaster of the school, Mahama Jelinge, the storm destroyed several properties of the school.