Author Archives: Solomon Ansah

Ghanaian Pharmacists Association inaugurated in US

On Thursday, December 14, 2017, the Ghanaian Pharmacists Association (GPhA) in the United States held an inauguration ceremony to induct new officers into office. The theme for the celebration was “Partners for Better health.” The association which began with a small group of working and student pharmacists in the community has now grown to over 50 members. It is the ...

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Meet the 22-year-old Ghanaian already pursuing a PhD

Samuel Fiifi Hammond is a remarkable student. Not just because of his in-depth understanding of technical issues but his unwavering determination to break the traditional educational status quo. He is only 22, yet he is pursuing a doctorate at the Newcastle University in Australia. Samuel, only in 2016 graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with ...

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Ghana is pride of Africa – German President

The President of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, has described Ghana as the pride of Africa and a beacon of stability on the continent. Speaking at a state dinner in his honour as part of his three-day state visit to Ghana, President Steinmeier said the entire world is proud of the many peaceful transitions witnessed in Ghana since the coming into force ...

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How To Fold A Pocket Square

Note that most of these will work best with a pocket square that is, in fact, square. Rectangular cloths can be made to work as well but will generally require folding from more than one edge rather than down the middle to make the cloth fit in the pocket. Unless otherwise stated a folded pocket square should always completely fill ...

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Thinking of Some Suit Collections For This Yuletides, Let’s Help You

Hey There! As this Yuletides approach, there are lots of rounds to do. Your suit combination always speaks for you. Wondering how to kill it? We present to you a couple of collections that will blow you off your feet. It’s suitable for dinners, weddings, meet ups, just name it and we will get you that right outfit and combination. ...

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Yaw Barimah’s Latest African Bow-tie Collection Is Everything A Gentleman Needs

Yaw Barimah Clothing is a Ghana based fashion design company that primarily produces menswear and men’s accessories using different kinds of materials; mostly indigenous to Ghana (Kente,Fugu, Ankara prints). ​ Established in 2014, YBC started producing handmade bow-ties and neckties for an exclusive client base. With the launch of its website in 2016, YBC opened its doors to the public. ...

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Ghanaian athlete graduates from Kentucky University

Emmanuel Dasor, a Ghanaian sprinter in the United States of America (USA), has graduated from the Western Kentucky University, with a Degree in Business Administration. Dasor, a 200 and 400 meters sprinter, who has represented Ghana in African Championships, Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games are among a number of Ghanaian athletes on scholarships in the USA, courtesy the Ghana Athletics ...

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Ghanaian Brothers Invent Device That Generates Electricity Using Cassava

Life is all about knowing what you want and going for it. Not letting any situation slow you down or prevent you from realising your dreams. This is exactly what these brothers are doing. Without any professional or formal training, enough finances and exposure, they are still following their passion and doing what they love which is manufacture/invent. They are brothers who have ...

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Start Your Mango Farm II

Pests and Diseases They include mealy bugs, bugs, fruit flies, mango stone weevil, thrips, mites and paddle-legged bugs. Control: By practicing strict farm hygiene. For fruit flies and mealy bugs use bio-agents and/or pheromone traps. Manage mango seed weevil by spraying recommended insecticides when fruit reaches pigeon egg size (10mm). A 2nd or 3rd spray at 10-12 days interval may be necessary ...

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What you have to know about Farmers’ Day

“Farmers’ Day” was instituted by the Government in 1985 in recognition of the vital role farmers and fishers play in the economy especially the highly commendable output of farmers and fishermen in 1984, (about 30% growth), after the bad agricultural years of 1982 and 1983. The day is celebrated to motivate them to produce more. The first National Farmers’ Day ...

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