Author Archives: Solomon Ansah

Akan Names after Days and Their Appellations

Days which people are born in Ghana automatically give them a particular name. For instance every baby born on thursday, if a boy automatically acquire Yaw or Ekow in addition to his names, If a female too, she acquires Yaa as part of her names. All these names have appellations and some things to look for in them. Below educates ...

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Starting snail farm in Ghaana 2 of 2

You may read the first part of this write up here: Starting snail farm in Ghaana 1 of 2. Feeding Snails are vegetarian and will accept many types of food. Snails avoid plants that have hairy leaves or produce toxic chemicals, like physic nut (Jathropa curcas). Young snails prefer tender leaves and shoots; they consume about twice as much feed as ...

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Names according to order of birth in Akan

Children is a sign of fruitfulness and it’s the joy of every parent to produce children. In the past, kids represented wealth. In the olden days, upon giving birth to the tenth child by a woman, a sheep was slained for the celebration. That particular sheep is called ‘Badu Gwan’ which means a sheep for the tenth. Children means alot ...

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Refined Work-Style Looks Worth Recreating For Work This Week

It is a new week, meaning it is time to switch from the casual weekend looks to the work-style/corporate looks. And like every other week, we make sure to serve you some of the best stylish looks you can restyle for work. Having a stylish work-style does not only give you confidence, it also gives you positive vibes and makes you want ...

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Starting your snail farm in Ghana

Snail farming in Ghana has become a lucrative business so agricultural experts are offering professional advice to prospective farmers to enable them to harvest more yield for the local and international market. West Africa is home to the largest species of land snail in the world. The Giant African land snail (Achatina species), is known to grow up to 30cm ...

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Starting Goat Farming Business in Ghana 2 of 2

This is a continuation of part 1. You may read the part here. Demand for goat meat is really high in Ghana. You can easily sell your products in your nearest market. Commercial producers can target the international market and export the products in foreign countries. Reproduction and Kids It takes 5 months for a goat to give birth after ...

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Starting Goat Farming Business in Ghana 1 of 2

Goat is lucrative because it produces milk, meat, fibre and manure. Domestic livestock meat production is low and amounted to 66,283 metric tons in the year 2000 of which beef contributed about 27 percent, mutton about 18 percent, goat meat and pig meat about 17 percent each, and poultry meat about 21 percent (SRID, 2001) According to FAO data there ...

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Personality Profile on Papa Yankson

Benjamin Paapa Kofi Yankson, known as Paapa Yankson was a Ghanaian highlife singer, songwriter, and producer. He recorded two dozen albums during his career; his hit songs included “Wiase Mu Nsem”, “Show Your Love”, “Wo Yere Anaa Wo Maame”, and “Tena Menkyen”. He won multiple awards, including Best Composition for his song “Yaaba” at the 1997 Konkomba Awards. He was a recipient of the Grand ...

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Slay For Jummah Prayers On Friday

Our dear Muslim ladies, we know Fridays are important days for you and you like to attend the mosque for prayers in your utmost decent outfits, but as much as decency is key, you can also blend it with some gorgeousness too. Most Muslim fashion enthusiasts are doing so why can’t you? So to assist you on that, we have selected some gorgeous looks served by some ...

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Gingham Style Is The New Trend And These Trend Lovers Are Slaying It

A lot of fashion trends have made come backs this year and they are being rocked by trend lovers and one of these trends is the Gingham of these trends that ladies seem to be loving to rock are the Gingham trend. Gingham is a type of plaid that looks preppy (like that secondary school attire) but classic. It fits in both ...

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