Story of Ghanaian Slave Woman Who Led the Biggest Slave Revolt in The West Indies In 1733


There are tons of stories like this but u can’t expect YT to teach you about them…

When slavery is discussed in the media and is taught in schools, very little is mentioned of the strong and fierce resistance which Africans put up against the slavers and their accomplices. The bravery of African ancestors is often swept under the rug so that the new and coming generations would have a picture of weak and defeated ancestors. Continue reading

Meet the Genius Ghanaians who Turn Plastic Waste into Fuels to Power Cars

This is so dope… this is why we need to come together from the different parts of the diaspora and don’t let this ADOS & reparations (we will never get…) stuff divide us…. we have capital and they have innovation and raw materials….

At a time when plastic has become a herculean menace for many countries, here in Ghana, young individuals are undertaking projects that turn plastic waste into fuel like grease, diesel and petrol for household use. Continue reading

Ghana to launch Universal QR CODE for payments this year–VP Bawumia – The Presidency, Republic of Ghana

Just remember stories like these when people try to tell you Afrika is backwater and backwards… when AmeriKKKa is so technically and intellectually behind much of the world..

Ghana will this year launch a new payment method using universal QR codes, Vice President Bawumia has announced.

Vice President Bawumia announced this next level of Government’s digitisation agenda on Saturday, July 6, at the closing ceremony of the  2019 Diaspora Celebration and Homecoming summit in Accra. Continue reading

How African courts glorify colonialism with wigs and gowns

I always wondered why Afrikans still do the same ish as the former colonial oppressors….

The tradition of wearing horsehair wigs, perukes, ‘a term derived from the French word perruque (weaving wig)’ and gowns by the judiciary predates the 15th Century. In the 14th Century, during the reign of King Edward III, the accepted costume for nobles who appeared before the Court of the king was the robe. Continue reading

How CIA planned to wear blackface during Nkrumah’s overthrow to attack Chinese Embassy in Ghana – Face2Face Africa

More proof of the CIA and what the really on…

It’s been 53 years since the first president of an independent country in sub-Saharan Africa, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, was overthrown in a coup d’etat on February 24, 1966, while he was out of Ghana on a peace mission to Hanoi aimed at bringing an end to the United States intervention in Vietnam.

In 24 hours, lower-ranking military officers and police officials led by Colonel E. K. Kotoka, Major A. A. Afrifa and the Inspector-General of Police, Mr J. W. K. Harley had carried out the coup. Continue reading

Ghana, a place for African-Americans to resettle

US President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, at the door of no return at Cape Coast castle. Photo©Reuters

After passing the “Right of Abode” law, which grants African Americans an indefinite “right to stay,” Ghana became the first to open its doors to people of African descent to settle in the country. African-Americans and some Caribbeans have slowly trickled back but the process of obtaining a permanent resident status is long and frustrating. Continue reading

Ghana, a place for African-Americans to resettle

After passing the “Right of Abode” law, which grants African Americans an indefinite “right to stay,” Ghana became the first to open its doors to people of African descent to settle in the country. African-Americans and some Caribbeans have slowly trickled back but the process of obtaining a permanent resident status is long and frustrating.
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Ghanaian millionaire quits Microsoft to build university that Educates young Africans

Good Biz!!!

At a time when quite a number of Africans queue up at the embassies of foreign countries, with the hope of being granted visas into countries with ‘better living conditions’, a rare few like Patrick Awuah are sacrificing that to make a difference by returning home.

In 2001, after living in America for almost two decades, Patrick Awuah returned to Ghana, leaving his job at Microsoft, where he earned millions as program manager to set up Ashesi University in Accra, to educate young Africans. “If the current leadership core was educated a certain way, if they were problem solvers, if they had deep compassion for society, we would be in a different place,” he thought. Hence, Ashesi University is known for its innovative curriculum, high tech facilities, and strong emphasis on leadership. The University stirs a new path in African education.
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