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Universities Closes down in Ghana today in 1974

Today in History, the Military Government of Ghana - the National Redemption Council  closed down the country's three universities on Feb 11, 1974 after...

Theodosia Salome Okoh: Designer of the Ghana Flag

Today in History, exactly 98 years ago, on 13th June, 1928, Madam Theodosia Salome Okoh Affectionately known as “Dosia, Mama Maa” or...

Susanna Al-hassan – Ghana’s first woman minister passes away

Today in history, Ghana's first woman minister, Mrs Susanna Al-hassan passes away on 17th January 1997 Early Life Susanna Al-hassan, born in Tamale in the Northern...

Charlotte Mensah, The First Black Woman To Be Inducted Into The British Hairdressing Awards Hall Of Fame

Charlotte Mensah Award-winning hairstylist, owner and artistic director of the Hair Lounge salon, founder of the Charlotte Mensah of...

Kotoka International airport 1969

Kotoka International airport 1969 Kotoka International airport 1969

Tro-Tro in Ghana 1960’s. Tro-Tro is that Ga language word “tro,” which means three pence (pence being the penny coins used during Ghana’s colonial...

Tro-Tro in Ghana 1960's In Ghana and neighboring countries tro tros are privately owned minibus share taxis that travel...

The Gold Coast central post office, Accra, 1930

The Gold Coast central post office, Accra, 1930 The Gold Coast central post office, Accra,...

His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo was a page boy at J.B. Danquah’s wedding, 1951

His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo (1st Left) was a page boy at J.B. Danquah's wedding.1951

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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...
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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...

BABA YARA; Greatest Ghanaian Footballer

Baba Yara was born on the 12th of October, 1936 in Kumasi, Ashanti...

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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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