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After his death at 37 Military Hospital - the bats never returnedMay 06, 2022admin0
spiritual story behind the millions of bats living on trees around the 37 military hospital in Accra. According to her, the bats belonged to a very powerful king from the Eastern Region town of Kyebi who was on admission at the 37 Military Hospital. While on admission, the birds reportedly followed him up mysteriously to the hospital. Few days later, the King reportedly died and the bats never returned until now. Perhaps they were thinking that the Chief would have survived so that they move with [...]
What did Idi Amin give Saudi Arabia for his political asylumApril 30, 2022admin13
Idi Amin Dada’s reign from 1971 to 1979 as Uganda’s third president was a curious period. Often praised by some as putting Europeans in their place by not giving them a pride of place in the country and often compelling some white men to carry him in palanquins, others thought otherwise. The critics label Dada as a de facto military dictator who was corrupt, bereft of leadership skills for state governance and murderous of political opponents and any one including an ex-wife. Idi Amin is also noted for his expulsion of foreign nationals in Uganda at the time [...]
Era Of Nana Ntim Gyakari - A Discovery History Made By Gweede Baakop3March 17, 2022admin0
The 1690s though mark the beginning of the decline of the Denkyira kingdom :firstly , wars on several fronts with Aowin and wasa to its south to control the trade corridor to the coast stretched its gold and manpower resources thin. And then the great Dakabere Boa Amponsem was consumed with hubris. This caused the European Willem Bosman, a merchant in the service of the Dutch West India Company to observe his memoirs: ‘’Denkyira elevated by its riches and power ,became arrogant that its looked at all other Negroes with contemptible eye, esteeming them to more than slaves ‘’(reprinted in [...]
Five - 5 Popular Musicians In Ghana Who Are Chiefs Or QueensMarch 13, 2022admin0
There are quite a number of celebrities in Ghana that have chieftaincy positions in their hometown. The following musicians have various chieftaincy positions in their hometowns or other parts of the country.#1. Kuame Eugene Kuame Eugene is the current Youth Chief (Mmrantehene) at Tepa in the Ashanti Region. The installment took place in the town of Tepa during a special concert in January, 2022. #2. Shatta Wale The Dancehall musician is currently a chief in the Northern region. He was installed as the chief during his "Reign” concert [...]
Asantehene Mourns Offinsomanhene Nana Wiafe Akenten IIIFebruary 25, 2022admin0
The Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II joined the Offinso Traditional Council yesterday to mourn the death of Offinsohene, Nana Wiafe Akenten III, who passed away on Saturday, October 2, 2021. The remains of the Late Chief Nana, Wiafe Akenten III was laid in state at his Palace from midnight of Tuesday 22th February to the forenoon of Thursday, February 24 for chiefs, officials, and members of the general public to pay their last respect to the late chief.Thousands of [...]
All about the Ashanti Queen found on the Jamaican 500 Dollar noteFebruary 24, 2022angela0
The Ashanti Empire, now known as the Ashanti Region, is proud to have produced three queens who are known around the world for their contributions to the struggle against slavery.Queen Yaa Asantewaa, Queen Nanny of Maroon, and Queen Abla Pokou of the Baoule Kingdom are the three women. Today, Adansiweb.xyz News celebrates Queen Nanny of Maroon, her accomplishments, and how Jamaicans honor her during Black History Month in February. According to records, Queen Nanny was born in Ghana in 1686 and died in Jamaica in 1733.According to Blackpast.org, Nanny, [...]
Are the Bimobas Ghanaians or TogoleseFebruary 23, 2022admin1
The BIMOBA also known as Gruma tribe are a 'Gur' speaking ethnic group. Majority of them occupy North Eastern Ghana in popular towns such as Bunkpurugu, Bimbagu, Making number one and two. Some of them also occupy the Upper East Region towns such as Kpikpira Nating, Warikambo, Konkomadaa, Tumong, Tupint, etc.One thing worthy of note is that all BIMOBA towns are along the the Ghana-Togo borderline. Can we then say Bimobas migrated from Togo. Just after the Ghana-Togo borderline in the Upper East and Northern Regions into Togo are all Bimobas up to [...]
Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah Journey of No ReturnFebruary 21, 2022admin0
Today in History, On February 21, 1966, Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah left Ghana for Hanoi, the Democratic Republic of North Vietnam, at the invitation of President Ho Chi Minh to resolve the Vietnam War.Ghana was left under the control of a three-man Presidential Commission. On his entourage were his foreign affairs minister, Alex Quason Sackey, his Trade and Industry Minister Ambassador Kwesi Armah and among others.Consequently, the CIA-backed coup in Ghana was carried out at the dawn of February 24, 1966, while Nkrumah was still on a peace mission in Asia. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was [...]
Police Officer Arrested For Describing Palace As DirtyFebruary 16, 2022admin1
The Police Officer who described the Lamashegu Chief Palace as "dirty" and the the residents as "animals" has been arrested and would be arraigned before Court.This was confirmed by the Northern Regional Minister, Hon. Alhaji Shani Alhassan Saibu in an interview with a local TV station, Zaaa TV this morning.According to the Regional Minister, what the Police officer said could disturb public peace and he will not allow this to happen under his watch as Regional Minister. The Police officer made these comments on social media in reaction to last Sunday's disturbance [...]
The history of the Jews in GhanaFebruary 13, 2022admin0
In 2015 the Chabad Lubavitch development set up a Chabad house and gathering place in Accra Ghana that obliges travelers and visiting money managers, generally from Israel. Ghana–Israel relations alludes to the current and chronicled connection among Ghana and Israel. Ghana has an international safe haven in Ramat Gan, Israel,and Israel has a government office in Accra. An Israeli office was set up in Ghana in 1956, preceding autonomy. Ghana was the main country from Black Africa to set up strategic relations with Israel. In [...]
Reason Behind Ghana-Senegal-Mali-Cameroon Having Same Flag ColorsFebruary 13, 2022admin0
Ethiopia overcame the Italian colonizers at the Battle of Adwa in 1896. Emperor Menelik II authorized the design of a flag with a rectangle tri-color from top to bottom a year later, in 1897. These were the colors red, green, and yellow. Kwame Nkrumah led Ghana to independence in 1957. Nkrumah was a great admirer of Ethiopia, and shortly after its independence, he decided to create his country’s flag on Ethiopian colors. This was a method of honoring and respecting Ethiopia as a country that had never been colonized. By that time, Ethiopia’s flag had a green [...]
Where the Asante kingdom came from before coming to settle in Gold CoastFebruary 11, 2022admin0
The Ashanti or Asante are a major ethnic group in Ghana. They were a powerful, militaristic, and highly disciplined people of West Africa. The ancient Ashanti migrated from the vicinity of the northwestern Niger River after the fall of the Ghana Empire in the 13th century. Evidence of this lies in the royal courts of the Akan kings reflected by that of the Ashanti kings whose processions and ceremonies show remnants of ancient Ghana ceremonies. Ethno linguists have substantiated the migration by tracing word usage and [...]
The powerful History of the Golden Stool in the Ashanti KingdomFebruary 11, 2022admin0
The Golden Stool (full title, Sika Dwa Kofi) has been the symbol of power in Ashanti Kingdom since the 17th century. According to oral tradition, Okomfo Anokye, a High Priest and one of the two founders of the Ashanti Confederacy, conjured the Golden Stool, decorated with golden bells, and caused it to descend from the sky where' it landed at the feet of Osei Tutu I, the first Asantehene (King) of Ashanti. Beginning with Osei Tutu I, the Ashanti have believed that the Golden Stool houses the soul of the Ashanti nation. [...]
The Gweedelonians Facts and FiguresJanuary 22, 2022admin0
I believe one day,my destiny will be like galaxy of stars , And no one,can look at it like the sun Believe it or not,it will be the way for others like the moon does at night.. 4AIM ANALYSIS GWEEDELEOapparatus:1.you are not alone2.we are the world3.speechless (emotional slavery)stepsmic + heal =michealjack + son =jacksonconclusion:#Micheal_Jacksonproof:listen carefully to the songs mentioned abovethanks:i dedicate this gweedeleo to all my fathers son,my inner child ephraim maccabee gweede,my youth(tlm),cassidy,innocent,faisal...great thanks be [...]
Free Daily Horoscope And Astrology PredictionsJanuary 22, 2022admin6
Astrology is the mathematics of your life, derived from the calculations of your planetary positions to predict what the future holds for you. Welcome to Gweedenation! Your abode to every form of online astrology consultation. From Vedic astrology to Gweedeism system, and everything in between---, including Birth chart, Numerology, Palmistry, Tarot Reading, Aura Reading, Vastu, Spiritual Healing, Online Horoscopes, Chinese Astrology, Western Astrology, Vedic Astrology, Zodiac readings (both Sun and Moon signs) and more. Consult the best astrologers of Ghana for instant free astrology online consultation [...]
What Does Ghana Mean-Ghana Name Definition and OriginJanuary 11, 2022admin0
The name of Ghana comes from the Akan language. The word NA means “town” and “GA”means “land.” In the Akan language, it means “overlord,” or Ahenkro. The term also parallels the Dagarti word, “ya-na”. The name of the country Ghana is derived from the Arabic word ‘ghinah.’ Which also means “gold”. The name Ghana has several etymological and historical significance. Ghana also means “Strong Warrior King.”Ghana is a country in West Africa that spans the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Guinea. It shares borders with [...]
What year was Queen Elizabeth II crowned and how old was sheJanuary 11, 2022admin0
QUEEN Elizabeth II is Britain's longest-reigning monarch. As we approach Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee, we'll turn back the years to when she was made queen, and reflect on her time on the throne.How old was the Queen when she was crowned? Elizabeth was just 25 years old when she became the Queen of England but she was 27 by the time of the coronation. Born on April 21, 1926, [...]
Five factors that places Asantehene above most traditional rulers of Ghana and AfricaJanuary 11, 2022admin0
Within every community there are traditional heads and rulers who continue to steer the affairs of the land and spearhead development within certain parameters in our society among the people.In Ghana, with regard to the sixteen (16) regions it seems one out of the total number of regions constituting 16 uniquely stands tall among the rest of the other fifteen regions. In the realm of traditional leadership and that is to say, Otumfour Osei Tutu II places higher above the rest of the traditional leaders in Ghana and that of Africa due the following reasons [...]
Five factors that places Asantehene above most traditional rulers of Ghana and AfricaJanuary 09, 2022admin0
Within every community there are traditional heads and rulers who continue to steer the affairs of the land and spearhead development within certain parameters in our society among the people.In Ghana, with regard to the sixteen (16) regions it seems one out of the total number of regions constituting 16 uniquely stands tall among the rest of the other fifteen regions. In the realm of traditional leadership and that is to say, Otumfour Osei Tutu II places higher above the rest of the traditional leaders in Ghana and that of Africa due the following reasons or factors below; [...]
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