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ENTERTAINMENT

Remember Kwaku Ananse Of By The Fire Side?

Back in the 1990s, tv screens were not quite as dull as they are now.Ghanaian culture was depicted in plays such as "By the Fireside," "Akan Drama," "Keysoap Concert Group," and "Kantata," among others.However, telenovelas depicting other social cultures and values are now dominating our television screens.

  1 year ago ago
Remember Kwaku Ananse Of By The Fire Side?

JUSTICE

Stop Trying To Be Relevant: Nobody Is Forcing LGBTQ On Our Society - Kevin Taylor Tells KOD

As the discussions on the activities of LGBTQ and the anti-LGBTQ bill gains momentum in the country, the recent reports of bisexual superman comics have inflamed the discussions. KOD has described the supposed bisexual superman comics as an attempt to force LGBTQ on our society. Reacting to KOD's statement, Kevin Taylor has cautioned KOD to stop trying to be relevant in Ghana because nobody is forcing LGBTQ on our society.

  8 months ago ago
Stop Trying To Be Relevant: Nobody Is Forcing LGBTQ On Our Society - Kevin Taylor Tells KOD

POLITICS

Don’t Be Misled By A “Kwaku Ananse”- US Ambassador To Journalists

The United States (U.S) Ambassador to Ghana, H.E Stephanie S. Sullivan has called on Ghanaian journalists to verify facts before putting information in the public domain. Speaking at the Media Capacity Enhancement Programme (MCEP) held at the Manhyia Palace, she advised journalists to shun deceptive sources of information- persons she chose to describe as “Kwaku Ananse” whose only drive is to mislead with a one-sided story.

  5 months ago ago
Don’t Be Misled By A “Kwaku Ananse”- US Ambassador To Journalists

CULTURE

Our Culture, Our Priority:Check Out Some Adorable Pictures Of Ghanaians Rocking In Tradition

This article is not meant for the advertisement of any product or either her career but rather to enlighten people about some eye-catching pictures of Ghanaian ladies that has been trending on social media. Before you start reading this article, press on the top right corner of the page to follow to get updated on each new and trending news across social media.

  10 months ago ago
Our Culture, Our Priority:Check Out Some Adorable Pictures Of Ghanaians Rocking In Tradition

AGRICULTURE

Kwaku Ananse And The Gun Statue

Once upon a time there live a man called Kwaku Ananse in a small village with his wife okornole and son Ntikuma in the village There was a famine in the village, so Ananse and his wife, came out to make a big farm in other to survive in this famine. They worked all day without rest with their son Ntikuma . However Ananse didn't work as much as his son and wife He normally claimed of being sick and stay at home to smoke his pipe and sleep One day Kwaku Ananse went to the farm and saw how nice the crops had grown

  1 year ago ago
Kwaku Ananse And The Gun Statue

CULTURE

Kwaku Ananse stories: How young ones learnt cultural values

Every evening after household chores, the family would gather around the elderly in the family for story telling. The characters in these stories mostly always involved imaginary animal characters. The principal character that always featured our local stories was the famous Kwaku Ananse. He would always play the part of being a cheat and at the end suffer the consequences for it. Such a story taught young ones not to be greedy and cheats in order not to suffer like Kwaku Ananse suffered. Was it time wasting

  1 year ago ago
Kwaku Ananse stories: How young ones learnt cultural values

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Kwaku Ananse and the gum statue

Once upon a time, there lived in a village a man called kwaku Ananse..He lived with his wife, konole and their son ntikuma.There was famine in the village so Ananse and his family decided to make a big farm.

  1 year ago ago
Kwaku Ananse and the gum statue

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Story time: Kwaku Ananse The Rich farmer.

There was a time when Kweku Ananse sat quietly in his village and thought about how to get rich.He thought: "I have a wife and only four sons to take care of, but life is cruel and evil."

  1 year ago ago
Story time: Kwaku Ananse The Rich farmer.

ENTERTAINMENT

Tribute to Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono - A legend worth celebrating.

Tribute to Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono - A legend worth celebrating. Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono, Born on 25th June, 1946, she comes from Nyafuman She is past student of Abetifi Girls School. She is worth celebrating due to her dedication to the Ghana Movie Industry, although she is old now, she love to contribute as she call for acting roles. "Maame Dokono" has been feature in many movies including Obra, Kwaku Ananse, I Surrender, P over D, Children of The Mountain, Amerikafo,

  1 year ago ago
Tribute to Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono - A legend worth celebrating.