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Akua Kuenyehia

Akua Kuenyehia

access_time November 22, 2011

Akua Kuenyehia is a Ghanaian lawyer who has been a judge of the International Criminal Court since 2003. She is

Kpanlogo Yede

Kpanlogo Yede

access_time December 5, 2011

Kpanlogo is a recreational dance and music form originating from the 1960s among urban youth in Accra, Ghana. Origin It

Graphic film about European women sex tourists and African gigolos cheered in Cannes

access_time May 19, 2012

Margarethe Tiesel appears nude through much of the picture and has several graphic scenes with Kenyan beach boys Director said:

Flagbearers of Ghana

Emmanuel Odarkwei Obetsebi-Lamptey

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Emmanuel Odarkwei Obetsebi-Lamptey (April 26,  1902-January 29th 1963) was one of the “Big Six,’ the group of nationalists called who

William Ofori-Atta

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ATTA, OFORI- William,B.A. (Econ.). Barrister-al-Law, Solicitor and Advocate; Educationist; Politician. BORN: October 10,1910; Kibi, Eastern Region, Ghanaian. Married, with children.

Dr Ako Adjei

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One of the Big Six and Minister in the First Republic In the history of Ghanaian politics Adjei can be

Dr J.B. Danquah (1895-1965)

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The Watson Commission of Inquiry into the 1948 Accra riots described Dr. J.B. Danquah as the “doyen of Gold Coast

Dr. Edward Akufo Addo

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DDO, AKUFO Dr. Edward, M.A. (Oxon); B.L.; D.C.L.; JVl.O.V; O.O.V. Journalist, Jurist and Statesman. BORN: June 26, 1906; Akropong-Akwapim, Eastern

Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

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Kwame Nkrumah (September 21, 1909-April 27, 1972) led the Gold Coast to independence in 1957 as the state of Ghana,