Submitted by admin on Sat, 07/02/2016 - 13:55
"AKWAABA", It’s an expression you will hear several times daily as you travel around Ghana, one that will ring in your ears at night, and bring a smile to your face for weeks after you leave. Akwaaba! It means ‘Welcome’! And you will be.
Submitted by admin on Sat, 07/02/2016 - 12:50
Below are highlights of some of the interventions Government has made to equip the security agencies:
Submitted by admin on Sat, 02/06/2016 - 15:14
Kwame Nkrumah became the first prime and later president of Ghana. He was born on September 21, 1909, at Nkroful in what was then the British-ruled Gold Coast, the son of a goldsmith. Trained as a teacher, he went to the United States in 1935 for advanced studies and continued his schooling in England, where he helped organize the Pan-African Congress in 1945. He returned to Ghana in 1947 and became general secretary of the newly founded United Gold Coast Convention but split from it in 1949 to form the Convention People's party (CPP).
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 02/03/2016 - 22:07
Parents have been charged to support their children to study at home after school hours to boost their Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) results to enable them gain admission into their first choice senior high schools.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 02/03/2016 - 21:20
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has since the first Republic undergone several changes in its structure and functions to reflect the policy directions of the incumbent Government. In 1978 the Ministry was re-designed for only sports headed by a Commissioner for Sports, who was directly responsible to the then Head of State of the Republic.