The genesis of the Nkonya-Alavanyo conflict


In this piece I attempt to explain the thorny issue of communal content in the conflict from historical perspective whilst also looking at the other factors such as conflict management efforts, anonymous killings and the media as contributing factors to the Nkonya-Alavanyo conflict. For the purposes of historical accuracy and pointing to specific group who engaged in this conflict, I ...

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The 10 GH Facebook friends you should have

Francis Kennedy Ocloo

We present to you 10 Facebook accounts that you may follow to enjoy humour in different shades and lighten up your world. These personalities have funny ways of getting their followers or Facebook friends ‘cracked up’ in the day. Check out the accounts below: 1. Nana Awere Damoah A practicing Chemical Engineer by training, writer by passion and a satirist by mischief, ...

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King Ayi Kushi – founder of the Ga Jaku

File Photo: Ga chief

The 1st king I wrote about was Kwamina Ansa of Elmina or Anumansa. He was met by a Portuguese crew led by Azambuja that included Columbus in 1472. The Portuguese found a more structurally complex kingdom 18km north of Accra. That was the Ga Kingdom of Ayawaso and its monarch was Nii Ayi Kushi. Though there is some evidence that ...

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BNI report suggest Okyenhene, others complicit in galamsey business


A security report accusing some prominent Ghanaians of engaging in illegal mining activities (galamsey) in the country has stirred controversy, as those named have categorically debunked the report and described it as lacking merit. The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI), in a recent 31-page report, named scores of chiefs, individuals and organisations from eight regions of the country as allegedly ...

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Otumfuo turns 67

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II

by: michael eli dokosi /                                    #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana Leader of the Asante state, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has marked his 67th birthday on May 6, 2017 by unveiling an AstroTurf and gardening park named ‘King Solomon Park’ at the Manhyia Palace for durbars. The birthday also tucked in nicely with his 18-year reign as leader of the ...

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The Akwamus: Their rise and disintegration


The Akwamus like most Akans also migrated from Bono Manso to settle at the Twifo-Heman forest at the later part of the 16th century. This group of Akans belonged to the Aduana family and are blood brothers of Asumennya, Dormaa and Kumawu.” The following Paramount Chiefs are all members of the larger Aduana Clan: Akwamu, Dormaa, Kumawu, Asumeja, Asamankes, According ...

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Policeman strips driver naked seeking to drag him to the station

Police with the driver

A policeman stationed at the Anyaa police station in Accra, Gabriel Tabiri, went berserk Tuesday by physically assaulting a taxi driver for allegedly jumping red traffic light. The cab driver Kwabena Danso, who is traumatized, was disgraced in the open by the peacemaker with service number 36832. The officer allegedly accosted him at a Fuel Station after allegedly jumping the ...

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Nduom’s neurosurgeon son chairs Neurosurgeons Committee in U.S

Dr. Edjah K. Nduom

Edjah is a neurosurgeon in the United States of America. Dr. Edjah K. Nduom has become the first black to chair the Young Neurosurgeons Committee of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. In a Facebook post, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom’s son wrote: Last night, I led my first meeting as Chair of the Young Neurosurgeons Committee of the American Association ...

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