Author Archives: Solomon Ansah

Fall in Love With These African Prints.

When it comes to African print styles, we can say the ones that is mostly rocked are the dresses, because of how simple and easy it is to style but still gives a good beautiful look. There are many styles that have hit the fashion world from ones with the exaggerated and puff sleeves, to low back cuts, high slits, ...

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Let’s Do Some Suit Inspirations For The Men

We love us some men who slay because these days, mens fashion are such lovely sight to behold. Men in fashion are really showing off amazing looks that are to love and we cannot deal. From the casual looks, to suit style and other fab, stylish, classic wears, there are a lot of style inspiration for men these days. And ...

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Starting Rabbit Farm II

Feeding Rabbits are herbivores that feed by grazing on grass, forbs, and leafy weeds. Consequently, their diet contains large amounts of cellulose, which is hard to digest. Rabbits solve this problem via a form of hindgut fermentation. They pass two distinct types of feces: hard droppings and soft black viscous pellets, the latter of which are known as caecotrophs and are immediately eaten (a behaviour known as coprophagy). Rabbits ...

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History of Education in Ghana III

AFTER INDEPENDENCE ERA First, the Act established Local Education Authorities within Local Authorities and entrusted them with the responsibility. The second important feature of the 1961 Act was the fact that it made education compulsory. Section 2(1) states that: “Every child who has attained the school-going age as determined by the Minister shall attend a course of instruction as laid ...

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History of Education in Ghana II

COLONIAL ERA It was in accordance with the spirit of the bond that Governor Hill proposed his 1852 Ordinance. This recommended that a poll tax be imposed to finance the general improvement of the territories—including the provision of education that could lead to the establishment of a better educated class of African. Following the consolidation of the coastal region as ...

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History of Education in Ghana

Introduction Ghana is endowed with a good education system. a statement made by BBC News Monitoring Department. The History of education in Ghana dates back to 1592. Over the centuries education has had different goals, from spreading the Gospel to creating an elite group to run the colony. After Ghana gained its independence in 1957 the education system, then modelled ...

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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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