Monthly Archives: March, 2020

Ghana’s digital entrepreneur Ivy Barley joins Microsoft

Ivy Barley is a Ghanaian digital nomad and an entrepreneur. She is the co-founder and CEO of Developers in Vogue, an organization that trains females in the latest technologies...

Asante Kotoko won Ghana’s first African Clubs Championship

On 24th January, 1971, Asante Kotoko won Ghana's first African Clubs Championship (now CAF Champions League) by beating T.P Englebert (Now T.P Mazembe) by...

Full Independence Speech of Kwame Nkrumah

First President Kwame Nkrumah delivered the first independence speech on March 6, 1957 to hundreds of participants including representatives from the British monarch. Read full...

Celebrating Independence Day in Ghana

Today in History, exactly 63 years ago, on 6th March 1957. Ghana gained independence from their colonial masters. Happy Independence Day to Ghana. The day...

Hannah Kudjoe, the unsung Hero of Ghana’s Independence

Hannah Kudjoe, Ghana's leading woman nationalist in the struggle for independence from British colonial rule in the 1940s and 1950s. Life & Background She was born...

Graman Quassi, discoverer of Quassia Tonic

Graman Quassi, the Ghanaian slave in surinam who discovered bitter (quassia amara) tonic for treating fever. Quassi, also spelled Kwesi (ca. 1690 - ca. 1780)...

Rosemond Nkansah – first female Ghanaian police

Rosemond Nkansah, the first Ghanaian woman to be enlisted into the Ghana Police Service, then the Gold Coast Police Force. Before her enlistment, Rosemond Nkansah...

Kwame Nkrumah arrives in Guinea After the Coup

Today in History, exactly 54 years ago, on March 2, 1966, Kwame Nkrumah arrived in Conakry, Guinea after being invited by Sekou Toure just...

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John Evans Atta Mills was Born today in 1944

Today in History, on July 21, 1944, John Evans Atta Mills was Born. He was a Ghanaian politician and...
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Ghana National Grand Mosque, second Largest in West Africa.

Ghana National Grand Mosque, it is the second largest mosque in West Africa. The 15,000 seater-capacity mosque complex has...

Major General Albert Ocran, Last Surviving NLC Member to Die

Major General Albert Ocran born on July 21, 1929 was a soldier and Politician. He was the commander of the...

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Ghana National Grand Mosque, second Largest in West Africa.

Ghana National Grand Mosque, it is the second largest...

Ghana confirms new cases of Coronavirus

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has confirmed five (5)...
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