KWAME NKRUMAH KILLED DEMOCRACY IN GHANA – FORMER PRESIDENT KUFOUR

KWAME NKRUMAH KILLED DEMOCRACY IN GHANA – FORMER PRESIDENT KUFOUR. Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has said that Ghana’s first leader, Kwame Nkrumah, plunged the country into chaos and virtually eradicated democracy. Ex-President Kufuor, who was interacting with the leadership of the International Democratic Union (IDU) which paid a courtesy call on him at his office in Accra on Tuesday said Dr Nkrumah misused Ghana’s resources and plunged the country into poverty. Explaining further, he pointed out that by 1963, “our then President Nkrumah, left of centre politician, moved the country into a one-party state with a lot of intolerance; he built a whole prison just 22 miles of Accra




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NATIVE AMERICANS CALL FOR RETHINK OF BERING STRAIT THEORY

NATIVE AMERICANS CALL FOR RETHINK OF BERING STRAIT THEORY. It’s one of the most contentious debates in anthropology today: Where did America’s first peoples come from — and when? The general scientific consensus is that a single wave of people crossed a long-vanished land bridge from Siberia into Alaska around 13,000 years ago. But some Native Americans are irked by the theory, which they say is simplistic and culturally biased. The first European explorers to reach the Americas looked to the Bible to explain the origins of the people they encountered and misnamed “Indians.” Biblical tradition holds that humans were created some 4,000 years ago and that all men descend




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THEY NEVER GET SICK, DON’T KNOW ABOUT CANCER AND LIVE UP TO 100 YEARS, THIS IS THEIR SECRET!

THEY NEVER GET SICK, DON’T KNOW ABOUT CANCER AND LIVE UP TO 100 YEARS, THIS IS THEIR SECRET!. Hunza people are a small population, situated in Northern Pakistan, and are believe to be the healthiest, happiest, and the longest-living people in the world. These people are the only one who do not know about cancer, give birth at 65, and regularly bath in cold water. According to the AMA Journal, Dr. Robert McCarrison claims that not a single person among them has ever suffered from cancer. We would all like to know their secret, wouldn’t you? Hunza people grow and harvest their own food, so they do not consume any




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EMPIRE OF GHANA

EMPIRE OF GHANA. The Soninke people were agricultural and called their ruler ghana, or war chief. Muslim traders often passed through the region the Soninke people lived and began to use the word ghana to refer to that region. Ghana became known as Land of Gold. By the 700s, Ghana had become a kingdom and the rulers grew rich from taxing the goods traders brought into their territory. By 800 CE Ghana had become an empire. It had a large army and controlled trade in the region so it could demand taxes and tributes from surrounding lands. The ruler of Ghana was the military commander, religious leader, and chief judge.




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EMPIRE OF ANCIENT GHANA

EMPIRE OF ANCIENT GHANA. Where was the Empire of Ghana located? The Empire of Ghana was located in Western Africa in what is today the countries of Mauritania, Senegal, and Mali. The region lies just south of the Sahara Desert and is mostly savanna grasslands. Major rivers in the region such as the Gambia River, Senegal River, and the Niger River served as the means of transportation and trade. The capital city of Ancient Ghana was Koumbi Saleh. This is where the King of Ghana lived in his royal palace. Archeologists estimate that up to 20,000 people lived in and around the capital city. Read more at: http://ghanamediaworld.com/ghana-empire-10-timeless-events-of-ancient-ghana-kingdom When did the




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ASHANTI EMPIRE

ASHANTI EMPIRE. The Ashanti (also spelled Asante) Empire (1701–1957) was an Akan empire and kingdom in what is now modern-day Ghana. The Ashanti Empire expanded from Ashanti to include the Brong-Ahafo, Central region, Eastern region, Greater Accra region, and Western region, of present-day Ghana. The Ashanti benefited from early firearm adoption. Combined with effective strategy, they fashioned an empire that stretched from central Ghana to the present-day Ivory Coast. Due to the empire’s military prowess, wealth, architecture, sophisticated hierarchy and culture, Ashanti has been extensively studied and has more historiographies by European, primarily British, authors than almost any other indigenous culture of Sub-Saharan Africa. Starting in the late 17th century,




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PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO BEMOANS FOREIGN BOOKS ON GHANA; PROMISES TO PROMOTE LOCAL AUTHORSHIP

PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO BEMOANS FOREIGN BOOKS ON GHANA; PROMISES TO PROMOTE LOCAL AUTHORSHIP. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has promised to promote local authorship as one of government’s many measures to boost the creative industry. He lamented the proliferation of foreign literature on the culture of Ghana, a development he blamed on the absence of a concerted effort to empower local writers to tell the country’s story. “What define a country are his arts, culture, customs and tradition [and] without acknowledging them we stand unable to face the rest of the world,” the President noted. More soon… Story by Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Austin Brako-Powers | Austin.powers@myjoyonline.com Disclaimer: “The views expressed in




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KWAME NKRUMAH: THE FATHER OF AFRICAN NATIONALISM AND THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF GHANA

KWAME NKRUMAH: THE FATHER OF AFRICAN NATIONALISM AND THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF GHANA. Nkrumah was born into the Nzima ethnic group who resided in the southwestern part of the Gold Coast and his parent were Elizabeth Nyanibah of the Anona Clan and Kofi Ngonloma of the Asona Clan . The village where he was born is Nkroful. This area is located between the river Ankroba on the east and the river Yano and its lagoons on the west. It is difficult to pinpoint the exact date and year of Nkrumah’s birth because during this period no records were kept of birth dates in the outlying areas in the Nzima region. However, according to Nkrumah’s




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TWI EXAMS IN GHANA SCHOOLS AND UP TO UNIVERSITIES ALL OVER IN GHANA ONCE A YEAR WE HOPE IN GHANA TODAY IS 6TH MARCH THEY WILL SPEAK AND WRITE THIER MOTHER LANGUAGE IN GHANA OF EVERY GHANAIANS SCHOOLS NOW AND EVERY EXAMS

TWI EXAMS IN GHANA SCHOOLS AND UP TO UNIVERSITIES ALL OVER IN GHANA ONCE A YEAR WE HOPE IN GHANA TODAY IS 6TH MARCH THEY WILL SPEAK AND WRITE THIER MOTHER LANGUAGE IN GHANA OF EVERY GHANAIANS SCHOOLS NOW AND EVERY EXAMS. WE HOPE GHANAIANS REMEMBER WHERE GHANA COUNTRY WAS BORN FROM….. EVEN WHEN I SPEAK ENGLISH…..CAN I SPEAK ONE OF  ORIGINAL GHANAIANS LANGUAGES….? Twerɛ krataa kɔma wo kyerɛkyerɛni na srɛ kwan sɛ worentumi mma sukuu ɔkyena: Post Office Adaka 85, Asikam, Eastern. Ɔpɛpɔn 17, 2017. Ɔkyerεkyerεni Pa, Ɛyε me anigye pii, ei kafra, εyε me awerεhoɔ pii sε meretwerε wo saa krataa yi. Mepa wo kyεw, ɔkyena deɛ, εnnyε




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I RESPECT AKUFO-ADDO FOR HIS PRINCIPLES, VALUES — RAWLINGS

I RESPECT AKUFO-ADDO FOR HIS PRINCIPLES, VALUES — RAWLINGS. Former president Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings has said he respects President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for his principles and values. “People think I like that man to high heavens. No, but I respect him for certain principles and values and I will continue to pray and sincerely hope that he stays on track and devote possibly over 30 per cent of his time to fight corruption and corruptible tendencies,” Mr Rawlings said. According to a press release from his office, Mr Rawlings said Ghana was fortunate to have somebody like Nana Akufo-Addo because of his principles and values. Former President




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AN ENTIRE MANHATTAN VILLAGE OWNED BY BLACK PEOPLE WAS DESTROYED TO BUILD CENTRAL PARK

AN ENTIRE MANHATTAN VILLAGE OWNED BY BLACK PEOPLE WAS DESTROYED TO BUILD CENTRAL PARK. Three churches, a school, and dozens of homes were demolished. Prominent abolitionist Albro Lyons and Mary Joseph Lyons were residents of Seneca Village. (NY Public Library) From the picture you see there. When Reverend Christopher Rush laid the cornerstone of the First African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in 1853, he placed in it a time capsule, a box that contained a bible, a hymn book, and copies of two New York papers, The Tribune and The Sun. These were mementos for future New Yorkers. Rush, who escaped slavery and became the second ordained bishop of the AME




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