Author Archives: Kwabena Boateng

Only Political Propagandists COMPLAIN about the state of the economy

President John Mahama has said anybody who claims Ghana’s economy is in crisis is doing so for political propaganda. Mr. Mahama told Sunrise FM in the Eastern Region on Thursday April 14, in an interview that his administration has managed to stabilise the economy and “we are returning to a period of growth”. “…If you look at the World Bank ...

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What did NPP (and Kuffour) do for ‘Voltarians’? – Mahama asks

President John Dramani Mahama has strongly defended the record of the NDC in the Volta Region, saying that the party is responsible for all the massive projects that the region has seen since the inception of the fourth republic. He argued that the NPP has nothing to show in terms of development in that region, despite being in power for eight ...

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Why charges against the South Africans were dropped! – Manasseh Azure Awuni

Manasseh has provided reasons why government has FREED the 3 South Africans who were arrested for training mercenaries in Ghana. He posted the reasons on his facebook page as follows: They were arrested for propaganda purposes. The government has achieved that. Propaganda does not win cases in court. So why keep the South Africans after achieving the propaganda aim? Next ...

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THREE (3) Reasons WHY John Mahama FAILED

President Mahama is a gentleman and might have had good intentions for Ghanaians. Unfortunately, he has failed woefully. Many Ghanaians agree to this fact. But why did he fail? I will provide three main reasons. You are more than welcome to add. 1. President by accident – lack of vision Mr Mahama became president as a result of the untimely ...

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Akuffo-Addo attends first ever Adinkra Durbar (Akwantu Festival)

The 2016 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, joined the Chiefs and people of Suma Ahenkro, in the Jaman North constituency of the Brong Ahafo region, to celebrate the Akwantu Kese festival. Nana Akufo-Addo, who was the special guest of honour at the Adinkra durbar, the first of its kind which commemorates the Adinkra symbol, ...

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Adinkra Symbols and their meaning (English and Twi)

Below is a table displaying in alphabetical order some of the old and new Adinkra and other cultural symbols. They have been arranged by names in Twi, literal translation in English, significance and proverbial meaning where available.

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Akuffo-Addo’s violence? and Mahama’s incompetence and corruption?

According to the NDC, ‘Akuffo-Addo is a war monger’. He therefore does not deserve to be president. As expected, Akuffo-Addo has rejected that assertion. We all have to consider the issue carefully because the President of the land wields so much power. As such, we cannot give it to anyone at all. I therefore thought about the issue and made ...

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Volta Region is NUMBER 1 – John Mahama

President John Dramani has advised the people of the Volta region to ignore critics that suggest government has neglected the region. According to President Mahama, Volta region is the region that he has visited the most. The objectives of the visits have been to commssion completed projects or to cut sod for new ones to start. As a result, he ...

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128 Ghanaian names and their appellations (Female/Male)

 Ghana has beautiful local names. Some of the names have appellations as well. As a matter of fact, some of the appellations have become ‘normal’ names. Below are some of the names and their appellations. Do you have any comments or suggestions regarding the above? Or do you have similar information for other ethnic group(s) in Ghana? Please feel free ...

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Akan Names According To Order of Birth

The Akan ethnic group has certain names which are derived from the order of birth of the children. For example the first/last born child has a special name so do twins and the child born after twins. See below details: Do you have any comments or suggestions regarding the above? Or do you have similar information for other ethnic group(s) in ...

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