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PATRICIA POKU DIABY- GHANA’S WEALTHIEST WOMAN AND CEO OF PLOT ENTERPRISE LIMITED

Patricia Poku-Diaby, a distinguished industrialist of our time and  holds the esteemed position of Chief Executive Officer at Plot Enterprise, a multinational corporation specializing in the intricate world of commodities. However, her journey to this pinnacle of success was preceded by invaluable experience gained through her involvement in her family’s enterprise, which boasted interests spanning …

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JANE NAANA OPOKU-AGYEMANG-FIRST FEMALE RUNNING MATE FOR A MAJOR POLITICAL PARTY IN GHANA

In the charming coastal town of Cape Coast, Ghana, on a crisp November day in 1951, a remarkable story began. It was the day when Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, a name destined for greatness, came into this world. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang’s journey through life led her to become a distinguished figure in Ghanaian politics and academia. …

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EL ANATSUI-AFRICA AND THE WORLD’S FOREMOST COMTEMPORARY ARTIST

El Anatsui is  a Ghanaian sculptor renowned for his innovative use of materials and his unique approach to art-making. His work not only showcases his artistic talent but also addresses important themes related to African history, sustainability, and cultural identity. His choice of materials, particularly discarded items like liquor bottle caps and other found objects, …

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DR FRANCIS KWAME INKRUMAH-THE CATALYST FOR GHANA’S INDEPENDENCE IN 1957 AND AN INFLUENTIAL ADVOCATE OF PAN-AFRICANISM

The road to Ghana’s independence, formerly known as the Gold Coast, indeed encompasses a complex and multifaceted history marked by bravery, joy, tears, and pain. European colonizers, notably the Portuguese, arrived on the Gold Coast in the late 15th century. At that time, the indigenous peoples of the region were in the process of consolidating …

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CHALE WOTE STREET FESTIVAL-THE STAGE FOR COLORFUL STREET ART,DANCE AND MUSIC IN GHANA

Chale wote street festival is one of  Ghana’s most popular and most celebrated festivals. It began as a community gathering many years ago in Jamestown , Accra with a mission to encourage a sustainable creative industry through local visual arts, music, dance, film, fashion and performances. The roots for Chale Wote go back to 2009 …

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KIMBERLEY AND PRISCILLA ADDISON – Ghanaian Pioneers Of Artisanal & Revolutionary BEAN-TO-BAR CHOCOLATE

Africa needs women entrepreneurs who understand the power of the entrepreneurial value chain in their countries, and in Ghana, a great example can be found in Kimberley and Priscilla Addison, founders of ’57 Chocolate. The company’s philosophy is based on a bean-to-bar approach to manufacture and distribution, adding value to everyone along the value chain, …

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