Monthly Archives: September 2017

We Are Totally Loving These African Print Styles: Take A Look And Get Inspired!

African print styles these days are killing it. From the off shoulders, to exaggerated/puff/flared sleeves, cold-shoulders, gowns and many more styles, they never run out. Designers are really going all out and creating more amazing styles and designs that we cannot have enough of. Making ladies slay the hell out of print styles these days. Some of these amazing styles ...

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Personality Profile on Tetteh Quarshie

EARLY LIFE Tetteh Quarshie was born in 1842 to Ghanaian parents who hailed from the Ga-Dangme ethnic group. His father was a farmer known as Mlekuboi, from Teshie. His mother, Ashong-Fio, hailed from Labadi He was the second of the couple’s two sons but the elder son, Odai, died while they were still very young and not long after that their mother, Atswei, also ...

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Kweku Ananse and The Mouthless Wife

Once upon a time, Kweku Ananse and his wife Aso decided to make a farm. They weeded day and night and cleared the farm. They started planting their crops and soon the yams and plantain they’ve planted yielded in manifolds. Ananse wanted all for himself because of his greediness, so He decided to pay a courtesy call to Almighty God. ...

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Want Some Inspirational Jumpsuit Styles For Your Ankara?

Ankara jumpsuits is all I care about right now! Just because they look classy and chic on women and of course comfortable is one reason why I’d rock this trend anywhere and everywhere! There are cool ways to style this trend such as mixing different prints, being edgy with the style such as the deconstructed jumpsuit and of course matching ...

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Rock Your Dashiki With Style: Take A Look At These ‘Slayish’ Looks For Inspiration

In Africa, we are not only subjected to only one type of fabric or print. There are other types of fabrics involved like kente, tie-dye and dashiki. Though the dashiki has only one kind of print design, it however comes in different bright colours – yellow, green, white, black, pink etc which can be styled any how you want it. ...

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Start Your Pear Farm II

Avocado Trees are very popular fruits in Ghana and many African countries. It is also popularly known for its healthy and delicious avocado fruits. avocado tree is easy to grow and self-pollinating. Avocados have a very high nutritive level. It’s the only fruit that has mono-unsaturated fat. This is reported to increase good cholesterol (HDL) and also decrease bad cholesterol  ...

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It’s All About Class!

Ankara Styles don’t have to be basic and boring! Let the Instagram slayers show you how to do the trick! From the pictures below, there are different styles to inspire you to be classy and boss. All you have to do is to add the class and we will help you do that. From athleisure Ankara down to Ankara corporate ...

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Start Your Pear Farm I

The pear is native to coastal and mildly temperate regions of the Old World, from western Europe and north Africa east right across Asia. It is a medium-sized tree, reaching 10–17 metres (33–56 ft) tall, often with a tall, narrow crown; a few species are shrubby. Pear is an excellent source of vitamin C and fibre and other beneficial nutrients. Pear can be consumed as ...

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Start Your Pepper Farm II

Some Common Diseases of Peppers The descriptions below will help you identify diseases affecting your crops. By following the recommended controls you may be able to notice the problem early on and check their progress. Leaf spot shows up in various forms: leaves, stems, or roots develop small, yellowish-green to brown spots; old leaves may show water-soaked spots; fruit develop small, ...

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Start Your Pepper Farm I

Peppers make the garden brighter. The glistening greens of the leaves and the rainbow of colors of the ripening peppers – red, yellow, orange, green, brown or purple – all mark the rows where peppers are growing. They’re so striking, you’ll probably want to plant peppers in a spot where they can easily be seen and appreciated by visitors. Varieties There ...

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