Monthly Archives: April, 2020

Roy Ankrah wins the British Empire featherweight title.

Today in History, exactly 69 years ago, in April 30, 1951, John Theophilus Otoo, better known as Roy Ankrah, a.k.a “The Black Flash” defeated...

First Presidential Elections held in Ghana

60 years ago, on 27 April 1960, Presidential Elections were held for the First time in Ghana of which Dr. Kwame Nkrumah Defeated Dr....

How 43 Ghanaian peacekeepers were killed by Congolese army

Today in History, exactly 59 years ago, on April 28, 1961, 43 Ghanaian peacekeepers were killed in one of the UN’s deadliest missions by...

Kwame Nkrumah dies in Bucharest today in 1972

Today in History, exactly 48 years ago, on April 27, 1972, Kwame Nkrumah, the deposed President of Ghana and a great Pan-Africanist died in...

Achievements of Sheikh Dr Osman Nuhu Sharubutu

As Ghana’s first national chief Imam who has held the position since 1993 celebrates his 101 years Birthday Today. Let's take a look at...

Salaga Slave Market, a Slave hub in the 18th Century

Salaga Slave Market is an 18th-century slave market located in the East Gonja District of northern Ghana. One of Ghana’s major tourist attractions is the...

Queen Pokou- Akan Princess who founded a tribe in Ivory Coast

Queen Pokou born (Princess Pokou ) was Queen and founder of the Baoule tribe in West Africa, now Ivory Coast. She ruled over a branch...

Excelsior – first Football club in Ghana

Excelsior is the first Football club to be formed in Gold Coast (Now Ghana). History has it that Cape Coast is the birthplace of football...

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Brigadier Joseph Edward Michel, the Ghanaian named after a Military Base

Brigadier Joseph Edward Michel, he was a Ghanaian soldier. The Michel Camp of the Ghana Armed Forces located at Tema is named after him in...
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General Joseph Arthur Ankrah ‘s Letter to the American President.

A Letter from the Military Ruler, Lt. General Joseph Arthur Ankrah to the American President, Lyndon Baines Johnson on March...

Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah elected as first prime minister of the Gold Coast

Today in History, on 21 March 1952, Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah became the first prime minister of the Gold...

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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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