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Ephraim Kɔku Amu, composer of ‘Yen Ara Asaase Ni’, dies

Today in History, On 2 January 1995, Ephraim Kɔku Amu, composer of 'Yen Ara Asaase Ni', died at the age of 96.

Salifu Dagarti; the man who took a bullet for Kwame Nkrumah

Today in History, on 2nd January, 1964, Kwame Nkrumah survives assassination attempt by Police Constable Ametewee as his Loyal bodyguard Salifu Dagarti takes a...

Dr Alex Quaison-Sackey, first black African to serve as President of the General Assembly of the UN

Dr Alex Quaison-Sackey, the first diplomat from a black African nation to serve as President of the General Assembly of the United Nations. He...

Meet artist Ibrahim Mahama who sold his art for a million dollars.

Ibrahim Mahama is a Ghanian artist. He often works with found objects, transforming them in his practice and giving them new meaning. Mahama is...

Angel Arhin, world Spelling Bee competition 2nd runner up

Angel Arhin, He made Ghana proud by emerging as the first in Africa and the second runner up in this year’s world Inter-Continental Spelling...

Major General Robert Kotei, a soldier, politician and track and field athlete.

Major General Robert Kotei was a soldier, politician and track and field athlete. He was once the Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces and also a member of the Supreme Military Council which ruled Ghana between...

Nana Ampadu, Highlife Legend-everything you need to know about him

Nana Ampadu, a.k.a NWONTOFOHENE Nana Kwame Ampadu was a Ghanaian musician credited with numerous popular highlife tracks and he is known to have composed not less than...

Mike Eghan, Ghanaian broadcaster who hosted Shows for the BBC & GBC

Mike Eghan , also known as "The Magnificent Emperor" is a Ghanaian broadcaster. In a career as a disc jockey and radio presenter spanning...

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Nii Kwabena Bonne II- Today in History led a boycott of all European goods

Today in History, Nii Kwabena Bonne II organized a boycott of all European goods in response to their high...
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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...

Melody Millicent Danquah, first female Ghanaian pilot

Melody Millicent Danquah, She was Ghana's First Female Pilot and Squadron Leader. She was the first to...

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Ghana National Grand Mosque, second Largest in West Africa.

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