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Miriam Oct 12
Ghana produces a variety of crops in various climatic zones, one of these is the special rich cocoa,Ghana is the second largest cocoa export in the world from these processed cocoa we get our goldnen tree chocolate BACS21066 Akrofi Miriam
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Alswell Arthur 2h
It doesn't just end with "Abe nkwan" you know? It's also used to prepare Ghanaian meals like Apapransa and "f)t)". Did you also know that after pounding the palm fruits, the palm kennels are used to make oil? Well, in Ghana leftovers don't go waste.
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quarteyamanda Oct 15
Kente is more than a clothing item, it is a visual representation of history philosophy, ethics, oral literature, religious beliefs and political thought. According to tradition, kente is reserved for special occasions, it is not meant to be used for common places.
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Miss Marshals 3h
Ghana Feminine Hall of Fame supports breast cancer awareness.
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Simon Elorm Korbuvi 21h
This is a book that in my estimation every African president should read. It points out and highlights the core problems African countries are confronted by and suggests constructive recommendations and solutions. Our President should start; its not too late.
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Alberta Obikyere 5h
The most common thing about African beaded slippers in Ghana is that they are stylish because of the colorful nature of the beaded work,durable and comfortable to wear.
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Pheona Seiwaa 3h
SRC President of the Ghana Institute of Journalism gives us some amazing dance moves at the institute’s 60th Anniversary celebration.
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Sommeah Emelia Oct 15
The BBC undercover video titled "sex for grades". Has its title and content moving in Parrallel lines. This is a plot to demean and demonise African degrees. The African man must talk for himself and tell BBC "Dzi wofie asem". Let's open our eyes. .
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Nasiba Aminu-Gariba 4h
Look beyond the comedy in this video. You will see a Ghanaian who has the interest of the country at heart. He speaks with so much seriousness, and although funny, it's a sign of patriotism. Hope is not lost.
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Adjoaoye Boamah Oct 18
Coconut Plantation thrives very well in tropical areas of which Ghana is of no exception. It functions which includes provision of food, medicine, oil, revenue etc serves a great blessing to Ghana and it citizens.
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Owusu Regina 21h
AKWAABA_ an expression you will hear several times daily as you travel around GHANA . Some Places to visit in GHANA
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Bernard Kuhorfah Oct 17
A man doesn't plant a tree for himself. He plants it for posterity. - Alexander Smith. Rex Cinema, a historic movie house now abandoned and used as a church. What then is to be shown to posterity?
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Bonfil Oct 17
Why is everyone looking at the sex for grades documentary in the bad angle? I think the females we are calling as victims is not always the case because some of these ladies also trade themselves for grades.
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Fredrica Nana Kwansima Cudjoe 3h
World food day. Where we display our lovely Ghanaian agriculture products to help reduce hunger...... We love what we produce!
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