Culture in Ghana is a very interesting topic worth discussing and studying.This is because the origin of certain practices and names are interesting if you take your time to read on them.One such cultural history is why Voltarians are called Number 9.People ask themselves why they are named with a number.
Have you ever wondered why Voltarians, especially Ewes, are called Number 9?The story is very simple… the first Miss Ghana beauty contest organized by the Social welfare with support from Ghana’s first president, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah on the 4th March 1957 saw contestants from all over the regions in the country.
Is This Book Really In The Market? If So Then Nationwide Check Of Primary Textbook Must Be Conducted
Story books or textbook made for children are suppose to teach them morals.Gone are the days where we have only specific books thoroughly researched and approved by the appropriate authorities for children consumption.
Voltarians Must Stop The Hypocrisy And Accept The Book (Opinion) Since last week, a particular book from the Ghana Education Service (GES) and The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) which has not been accepted by them has hit the street of Ghana and some member of parliament, Honourable Okudzato
Recently, the Voltarians got to know that some content of the Badu Nkansah series and Golden English for children in primary have tagged them as 'juju' people among other tribalistic comments about their ethnic group.
This month is actually Ghana’s month as many things being portrayed on the television depicts more about the culture and history of Ghana.This month of March is to celebrate the Independence gained by our forefathers country past country leaders.
It Voltarians have the most beautiful, and curveous ladies in Ghana, any doubt about that? Voltarian Ladies, they say are very good women, any doubt about that? When it comes to cooking, as a married man be careful with the food of a Ewe Lady, as you are likely going to ignore your wives food from that moment. It Is not juju, as you may be thinking. They are very good at cooking as well. Their best food "akpele" and okro soup with "abobetade" included will blow your mind off. Ewe ladies are very good at caring
Not like it used to happen with the New Patriotic Party losing all hope on the part of Voltarians, things really changed.Volta Region for about 28 years hasn't relented to give it's all support to the National Democratic Congress.But what happened in the run-up to the 2020 election?
The flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress NDC John Dramani Mahama has charged the stronghold Volta Region of the umbrella emblem party which is the highest voting tally not be Intimidated. He made this statement whiles he toured the region today to have interactions with the natives, party faithfuls, opinion leaders, chiefs and all stakeholders in the region. In his speech whiles addressing the masses he made them aware that they must not be Intimidated in any way by the heavy deployment of military
Indeed, some situations in life need so much confidence and braveness to overcome them no matter what they worth as the saying goes "accept your past without regret, handle your present with confidence and take your future without fear", but the question is how many people have the confidence in
Reason Why Voltarians Are Called Number 9. You will love the story Ghanaians are always wondering why the people from the Volta part of Ghana are called number 9. Some Ghanaians claim it is because of the the alleged juju miracles displayed by the Ewes are the reason why they are called number 9. Some also claim that, Voltarians are made of nice ladies among all other tribes. We have finally found the reason why the Voltarians. In the year 1957, Monica Amekoafia who was a Voltarian won the first edition of Miss
Kindly follow for more exciting and interesting information Perhaps you might have heard someone refer to a Voltarian as number 9 but you probably did not know what that really meant. Well, today I am here to educate you how the title number 9 came to rest on the shoulders of our beloved brothers and sisters of the Volta region. Just relax and read on. 1957 was a great year for Ghana. It was when our beloved country had independence from our colonial masters. There were many jubilations across the length and
Click On Follow Button At The Top To Follow BeInformed.Press For More Updates. In Ghana, there are many tribes and they all have their own ways of doing things. Today, all these tribes live in harmony and have adopted one another's ways of doing things. Although things are going well among the tribes, some people have fear for Voltarians. In some parts of Ghana, especially in the Ashanti Region, Voltarians are feared. Voltarians go to school in some parts of Ghana and people start developing fear for them. Some
My Voltarian Friends, Don't Deny Yourself of Coming Massive Social Infrastructure Bala Ali Writes I am moved by poor infrastructural development in the Volta Region to appeal to them to justify themselves for jet propelled infrastructural development in Nana Addo's second term. I stand to be debated but the fact that the Volta Region has been taken for granted by our politicians remains axiomatic. This calls for us to ask why they have been taken for granted. And that is exactly what I seek to do in this article.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has tripped to the Volta Region four times in the this month. He is trying very hard to court the unwilling wife who have been difficult to convince during the fourth republic history of the country. If there is anytime that the good people of the region will rally behind and sit on the huge elephant and became members and sympathizers of the Dankwa-Busia Dombo tradition, it is now. His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo has promised massive developments for the region should his
The Volta Region of Ghana is a perculiar one among the 16 administrative regions in the country with amazing history and special cultures.Some of these cultures and practices are very distinct from all other cultures found around other parts of the nation.
When it comes to the Volta Region of Ghana, treating old or aged people with honor, dignity and respect is almost a more.
I restrained myself from commenting because I didn't believe anyone writing a text book could put such distasteful content in there.Surprisingly, I've been surprised.New Book discovered saying ; 1.The Ewe People still live in villages 2.
Richard Kwadekpo, Ho Central Constituency Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has said the 2020 polls showed that an increasing number of people in the Volta and Oti Regions endorsed the NPP and its policies. He said although the party did not succeed its target of 5 seats and 35 percent votes in the two regions, there was an increase in votes in the polling stations. Mr Kwadekpo made the remarks while speaking to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) at a dusk victory march in Ho, organised by the Constituency
More Voltarians and people from the Oti Region respectively are still endorsing the New Patriotic Party. The Volta Region's New Patriotic Party Chairman, has said that the people of the Volta and Oti Region has started endorsing the New Patriotic Party and it's policies. He added that, although the party didn't get their results they aimed for by getting 35 seats, still make them a lesser party in the Region, because they had over 100,000 votes. He again said, some jubilated not because the party had won but