Who Took Tetteh Quarshie To Fernando Po ?
The history of cocoa production in Ghana would always remind us of the legendary Tetteh Quarshie, whose legacy have stood for numerous years from the Gold Coast era to the present day Ghana. We have had time to read about books describing how Tetteh Quarshie went all the way to Fernado Po, the present day Equatorial Guinea to import into the country one of the viable cash crops known in Brazil as 'cacao' which is arguably the backbone of Ghana's economy.
Kpone Katamanso Municipal Education Directorate Launched Teacher Prize and 10th Anniversary
In an attempt to celebrate the milestone and reward the efforts of the hardworking teachers and education workers in its directorate, a Teacher Award Scheme and 10th Anniversary was launched. Theme: "A Decade of Providing Quality Education Through Stakeholders' Commitment: Sustaining Our Excellence and the Way Forward"
Shatta Wale Music Success
Shatta Wale, also known as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., is a Ghanaian reggae-dancehall musician, songwriter, and actor. He is one of the most successful and influential musicians in Ghana, and his music has gained a large following not only in his home country but also in other parts of Africa and around the world.
We Don't Worship gods, We Use Them As A Medium To Seek Help When We Are In Trouble - Nii Ashalley.
Normally in the Ghanaian society, when a person of a group of persons offer a sacrifice and prayers to a deity, that person or groups of persons are termed as traditionalists or idol worshipers. Some of these people believe the deity they are offering prayers to is the way they also talk to the Creator.