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Captivating moments at the State of the Nations Address

With an aura of Africanism around him, President Mahama stepped into the Parliament House clad in traditional smock Thursday morning with one aim – to tell Ghanaians what the State of the Nation is. And millions of Ghanaians had their ears cocked, and with eagle-gazing eyes ready to listen and watch their President report on the true status of the ...

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PHOTOS: Actress Roselyn Ngissah Parties With “Kakai” On Her Birthday

Actress Roselyn Ngissah turned a year older on February 8 and celebrated her day with friends over the weekend. The “4Play” actress held a star studded birthday party last Friday at the Nyiraba Kojo City night club. Highlight of the party was when the DJ dropped Shatta Wale’s smash hit single “Kakai”. The actress hit the dance floor with wild ...

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Fashion in Parliament.

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BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS: #2015atAshesi – A University On The Move

#2015atAshesi: A University On The Move It’s been four years since Ashesi transitioned to its permanent campus in Berekuso, and since that time we have made steady progress towards strengthening our impact. The Class of 2015’s graduation marked a new chapter for Ashesi, as it was the first class to have a complete four-year student experience on our new campus. ...

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CNN Features Ghanaian Artist For Portraying Top Celebs In African Wear (PHOTOS)

For New York-based Ghanaian artist Dennis Owusu-Ansah, it took ‘teasing’ to trigger an inspiration that has gone on to capture the attention of not only social media but one of the world’s largest media platforms CNN. In a full feature story, CNN described Dennis Owusu-Ansah as a Ghanaian artist whose pop art images are taking Instagram by storm. The unique ...

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11 Ghanaians Who Made Us Proud In 2015

1. Anas Aremeyaw Anas In October, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, known for his undercover investigative works, released a video in which 32 High Court judges and circuit court magistrates were seen or heard negotiating bribes in order to change the course of justice. Twenty-one of the 32 judges involved in the corruption exposé have been sacked by the country’s Chief Justice.   ...

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Accra Vrs. Kumasi: 12 Things In Accra That You Wont Find In Kumasi

Kumasi and Accra are two of the most populous cities in Ghana. Both cities share a lot in common aside their tribal differences and the fact that Accra is the capital of the nation. Inasmuch as they look similar, there are certain things you’ll find in Kumasi which you wouldn’t find in Accra and vice versa. Today I present to ...

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9 Things Ghanaians Learned During Colonization That We Still Do Today

Sure we have our own problems in Ama Ghana. … but have you thought about why our women prefer to bleach their skin?  Why people who are not fond of the English language are seen as inferior? Why schools in say Kumasi will punish a student for speaking Twi?   Here are some of the ills we picked up from ...

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[PHOTOS] Otumfuo at Cambridge University – A celebration of Africa: past, present and future

On Saturday 24th October, His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene of Ghana, honoured with his presence a celebration of twenty years of Mandela studentships in Magdalene College, Cambridge, and looked forward to the foundation of a professorship of African Archaeology. The Asantehene and his entourage were received by Dr. Rowan Williams, the Master of the College, and leading ...

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Rich culture displayed at 2015 Hogbetsotso Festival

Last Saturday, the chiefs and people of Anlo in the Volta region celebrated one of the beautiful festivals in Ghana, the ‘Hogbetsotso Festival’. The Hogbetsotso festival (pronounced Hogbechocho) is celebrated by the chiefs and people of Anloga in the Volta region of Ghana. Celebrated on the first Saturday of the month of November every year, the festival is used by ...

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