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Truck Driving in Ghana with the Lord

In the photo above, the truck driver in Ghana chooses „God is My Protector“ for his truck.

Like a modern Psalm, in the following prayer, a young Ghanaian Christian truck driver, choosing „Jesus is Mine“ for his truck, prays for his trip through Kumasi to Accra, and he and his passengers and cargo make it safely with the help of Jesus: 343 weitere Wörter

This teacher from Ghana does not need computers to teach 'Word', only a blackboard and chalks

The Internet (and the world) has a new hero. It’s about Owura Kwadwo , who is a teacher at a school that doesn’t have a single computer but had to improvise to continue with his task of imparting knowledge. 330 weitere Wörter



As part of measures to outline activities for the end of year 2017 to the Sand Winners Association members and also account for their leadership,  the Chairman of the Association, Mr. 232 weitere Wörter


A week in Ghana's second city

Before we knew it, we had already spent a week in Ghana.

It has been a whirlwind of getting lost in the massive Komfo Anokye hospital, stumbling through Twi phrases, stuffing ourselves with Jollof rice, and navigating Ghanaian public transport. 1.149 weitere Wörter



The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly has launched a project dubbed C/CAN 2025 Project and championed by Geneva-based Union for International Cancer Control, UICC, which aims at safeguarding cancer in the world thereby reducing cancer mortality by 25% by 2025, 308 weitere Wörter


N/R:9 Perished Whilst Several Others Injured On Tamale-Kumasi Highway  

Information reaching Northernnewsgh reveals that Nine( 9) passengers out of thirty (30) traveling from Tamale to Kumasi perished in a fatal accident at Yapei in the Northern region. 112 weitere Wörter

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10-day tour in Ghana

Explore and get to know Ghana with this wonderful, power-packed and adventurous trip. Start off in Accra , pass through the Volta Region on  a hike on the Mountain Afadjato, see the Tagbo falls, continue further to the central region and visit interesting places like the Cape-Coast Castle where slavetrade was once very dominant, visit the canopy walkway at Kakum National Park.

10-day Tour