Monthly Archives: August 2017

Sleek Men’s Style Inspirations Served By Style Blogger

Men’s style are really getting interesting and loving to see the likes of style blogger, Igee Okafor always serving some amazing men style inspirations that will make you want to stay up on their page. He has a very sleek and neat gentleman style, from suit, to tie, to shorts and down to his foot wears. He knows how to ...

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Personality Profile on Theresa Ameley Tagoe

Early life Tagoe, of the Ga people, was born on 13 December 1943 and passed away on Thursday, November 25, 2010 after a protracted illness. Her remains were laid to rest at Akyem Hemang.. Theresa Amarley Tagoe was born in Apedwa in the Eastern Region near Kyebi to Teacher James Tagoe and Madam Janet Oponmaa Bempong on December 13, 1943. ...

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Go Simple But Extra With These African Print Styles

Having a simple look is very much comfortable but you can also go simple and still bring out some edginess to your look, and these African print styles we came across are just what you need for that simple but slay look. Step out today or the rest of the year not just feeling comfortable in your simple African print ...

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Kwaku Ananse: The Pot and The Whip

Once upon a time, there was famine in Kweku Ananse’s village. Ananse went into the forest every day to find food for his family. One day, as he roamed the forest, he saw a beautiful pot and said, “Pot, you are beautiful.” The pot replied, “I am called Let-it-be-full- and-eat.” Ananse shouted, “Let-it-be-full-and-eat.” To his astonishment, the pot immediately became ...

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Ananse: The Teacher

Once upon a time, Kweku Ananse decided to be a teacher. He set up a school in a village quite far from his own to teach the children of the animals who lived there. Some of the animals whose children came to the school included Osebo the leopard, Onini the python, Gyata the lion, and Osono the elephant. Ananse built ...

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Ananse: The Rich Farmer

Once upon a time, Kweku Ananse who was very poor sat down quietly in his village and thought of how to be rich. “I have a wife and only four sons to look after yet life is being cruel and wicked to me”, he thought. The very next day, he went to all the houses of the rich people including ...

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Ananse: The Gum Statue

In the time that all animals still lived together, there once lived a spider called Ananse. He lived in a village with his relatives and all kinds of other animals: hyena, porcupine, squirrel, guineafowl, the chameleon, the warthog and many, many more… Ananse was one of the village elders, and one day he summoned all his friends and relations to ...

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Starting Your Cat Fish Farm II

CATFISH, popularly called Mudfish and or Adwene in Akan is the most popular fish in places like Nigeria, Benin and Togo and commands much more respect than Tilapia does in Ghana. It is traditionally served in beer bars in plates of hot spicy pepper soup (what I got to taste had more aromatic spices than pepper, but maybe that was just the Ibadan ...

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Starting your Cat Fish Farm I

Catfish (or catfishes; order Siluriformes or Nematognathi) are a diverse group of ray-finned fish.It is locally called Adwene. Named for their prominent barbels, which resemble a cat’s whiskers, catfish range in size and behavior from the three largest species, the Mekong giant catfish from Southeast Asia, the wels catfish of Eurasia and the piraíba of South America, to detritivores (species that eat dead material on the bottom), and even to a tiny parasitic species commonly called the candiru, Vandellia cirrhosa. There are armour-plated types and there are ...

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Ghanaians among top foreigners boosting UK health system

2016 figures indicate that there are 2,289 Ghanaian health staff under the United Kingdom’s (UK) National Health Service (NHS). Ghana contributes the 15th most human resources to the UK’s NHS and other African countries feature prominently, with Nigeria contributing 5,040, South Africa contributing 1,626 and Egypt contributing 887. UK nationals contribute 971,878 persons to NHS staff, which range from cleaners ...

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