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Sep 2009
1. Nkrumah’s Legacy30/09/2009
At long last, the birth day of Kwame Nkrumah, the African man of the Millennium has become a statutory holiday.
 
2. OSU Alata gets new chief after 5-year30/09/2009
After five years without a chief, the people of Osu Alata now have one. A new chief was installed last Saturday. Nii Kwabena Bonne V, is the chief of the area.
 
3. Apologise to the greatest Pan-Africanist29/09/2009
However, we are still celebrating his memory and will be doing so until May, 2010. People came from all over the world to attend the ceremony last week Monday.
 
4. EFO MAWUGBE TO BE HONOURED BY PAWA AND BBC29/09/2009
The Ghana Association of Writers (GAW) will tomorrow organize an evening of writers at PAWA House in Accra to honour Efo Kwadwo Mawugbe, one of Ghana’s most prolific creative writers of the time.
 
5. African Market, the hub for artifacts and African culture28/09/2009
The arts, craft and culture industry in the country has immense potential to contribute to the growth of the economy, yet not much attention is being given to the sector.
 
6. Veep: Use festivals to plan for the future28/09/2009
Traditional authorities have been urged to use festivals to identify their strengths and weaknesses and plan for the future.
 
7. Kwame Nkrumah, friend of TUC26/09/2009
There is no doubt that Kwame Nkrumah was and continues to be a towering giant of the struggles of the people of African who has been deservedly acclaimed the greatest African of the 20th Century ahead of equally illustrious sons and daughters of Africa and named among the first one hundred persons who have had the most significant influence on mankind in the last one thousand years.
 
8. In honour of Dr Nkrumah26/09/2009
The Independence of Ghana is meaningless
 
9. ALL FOR OSAGYEFO26/09/2009
All the cultures of Ghana’s ethnic groups were represented at the launch of Osagyefo’s birthday centenary. It was so appropriate as adowa, kete, damba, atsiaghekor, akom and asafo dances were displayed to the memory of the man who as President of Ghana, was a cultural promoter.
 
10. Adumhene enstooled26/09/2009
kwamufie, the Kingdom of the great Akwame dynasty, on August 19, witnessed the enstooled of Nana Otu Akwamufie, the Kingdom of the great Akwame dynasty, on August 19, witnessed the enstooled of Nana Otu Akoto II of the Aduana Abrade Clan as the Adumhene of Akwamuman in the Asuogyaman District of the Eastern Region.
 
11. Dr. Nkrumah’s Centenary25/09/2009
Let me go straight to the point.
 
12. The day they bombed Kwame Showboy25/09/2009
Why, when say, long-held popular nothings and perceptions are suddenly turned upside down and Ghana’s First President sheds the heavy cloak of a despotic ideological maniac for that of a national hero and his opponents are left arguing about the meanings of words and phrases like “founder” and “founder of the nation”.
 
13. Kwame Nkrumah’s revolutionary health platform24/09/2009
It was not until 1961 that Nkrumah seriously renewed plans to start a medical school in Accra after Guggisberg’s earlier attempts had been derailed by economic misfortunes and insufficient science students.
 
14. KWAME NKRUMAH SHOWBOY24/09/2009
THERE couldn’t have been a better time to put up a play that celebrates Ghana’s first President than when the nation is about to celebrate the centenary of his birth.
 
15. MP wants Nkrumah’s body returned to Nkroful22/09/2009
Mrs. Catherine Abelema Afeku, Member of Parliament for Evalue-Gwira, has appealed to the government to consider returning the body of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah which now lies in a mausoleum in Accra to Nkroful, his hometown.
 
16. Nkrumah Centenary tennis on Thursday22/09/2009
A three-day fiesta to commemorate the Kwame Nkrumah Centenary celebration opens at the Accra Lawn Tennis Club on Thursday.
 
17. GJA SALUTES DR. KWAME NKRUMAH22/09/2009
The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has paid tribute Ghana’s first president Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah on the occasion of his centenary birth which fell yesterday.
 
18. GHANA MARKS FOUNDER’S DAY22/09/2009
A CULTURAL durbar to climax the centenary celebration of the birth of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of the Republic of Ghana
 
19. Akwaaba!22/09/2009
The prevailing excitement and euphoria charactersing the centenary celebration of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah will earn a further boost today with the ushering in of a programme to project Ghana as host of this year’s Word Tourism.
 
20. Emulate Nkrumah’s lifestyle22/09/2009
The Afrikania Mission has urged African leaders to emulate the selfless, honest and dedicated lifestyle of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah so that their memories would be perpetuated like Dr. Nkrumah.
 
21. Nkrumah’ birthday must unite Ghana22/09/2009
A former Minister of Health in the Kufour Administration, Major Courage Quashigah, has called on Ghanaians to use the centenary celebration of the birth of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah to halt the vicious cycle of victimization of political opponents.
 
22. Vigil, concert herald Nkrumah’s centenary22/09/2009
A WELL-ATTENDED musical concert and poetry recital in Accra on Sunday night ushered in activities marking the centenary birthday of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
 
23. Let’s Build on Nkrumah’s legacy22/09/2009
PRESIDENT John Evans Atta Mills has called on Ghanaians to build upon the legacy that Dr. Nkrumah left for the Country in order for posterity to judge them kindly and place them at he proper place in the country’s history.
 
24. The famous Seven Year Development Plan of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah22/09/2009
Ghana starts the Seven-year Development Plan period with an economy which is mainly agricultural. Six out of every ten working Ghanaians are employed in agriculture and it is estimated that more than half of the national income of Ghana is produced by agriculture.
 
25. Nkrumah’s celebration renews age-old debate21/09/2009
The declaration of September 21as statutory public holiday in honour of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, has renewed an age-old debate between adherents of the two dominant political traditions in the country regarding the appropriateness of celebrating Nkrumah as he sole founder of the nation.
 
26. THE UNSUNG HEROES21/09/2009
But for this man, Nkrumah might not have had the total support he needed to break away form the United Gold Cost Convention (UGCC) to form the Convention People’s Party (CPP).
 
27. Route march ushers in Nkrumah’s centenary21/09/2009
FIVE Hundred Officers and men from the Ghana Army, Navy Air Force and the Ghana Police yesterday undertook a route march form James Town in Accra to the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum to usher in the centenary celebrations of the birth of Ghana’s first President.
 
28. Nkrumah’s celebration renews age-old debate21/09/2009
Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, has renewed an age-old debate between adherents of the two dominant political traditions in the country regarding the appropriateness of celebrating Nkrumah as he sole founder of the nation.
 
29. THE UNSUNG HEROES (1)21/09/2009
the roles played by other freedom fighters, without whom Nkrumah’s own story could not be complete.
 
30. Nkrumah was visionary but ambitious – Christiana Plange21/09/2009
A member of the Young Pioneer Movement during Dr. Kwame Nkrumah era, and foot soldier of the CPP, Christiana Plange, 97 described Dr. Nkrumah as a visionary person but over ambitious.
 
31. Nkrumah’s car on road today21/09/2009
A Team of mechanics at the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park (KNMP) working on the official car used by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah at the time of his overthrow in 1966.
 
32. Veep Eulogises Nkrumah and affirms21/09/2009
VICE-PRESIDENT John Drama Mahama has stated that the government’s decision to celebrate the life of the first president, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, is a demonstration to the current generation that the country is worth dying for.
 
33. JOINT CELEBRATIONS HAS RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE21/09/2009
THE National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, has observed that the joint celebration of the Eid Fitr and the centenary celebration of Ghana’s first President, Dr. Nkrumah has a religious significance.
 
34. THE ‘FUGU’NKRUMAH GAVE THE WORLD21/09/2009
A THREE – outfit comprising the smock (fugu) of northern Ghana, an accompanying trousers and a matching cap is selling at US$150 dollars on the popular Internet auction site “e – bay”.
 
35. Where Nkrumah lived in Accra Kpehe21/09/2009
THE First rented house where Dr. Kwame Nkrumah lived at Kpehe in Accra has become a centre of attraction for many people, especially in the run-up to the centenary anniversary of his birth.
 
36. 100 YEARS AGO TODAY21/09/2009
OSAGYEFO Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was born at Nkroful in the Nzema East, now Elembele District of the Western Region on September 21, 1909.
 
37. Rallying To Development21/09/2009
Today marks two significant events in the history of our dear country. The life, ideals and vision of Ghana’s first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, are being recognized as we mark Founder’s day while Ghanaians join Muslims to celebrate the end of Ramadan, also known as Eid-ul-Fitr.
 
38. NKRUMAH’S ECONOMIC LEGACY21/09/2009
ADMITEDLY, it has become a cliché to always begin any discussions of Nkrumah’s legacy by pointing to the Akosombo Dam, the Tema Motorway (which was suppose to run through Kumasi to Paga), and other major development projects that he initiated between 1957 and 1966 (and, to a limited extent, between 1951 and 1956, when he was leader of limited government under British rule).
 
39. Let us lighten the dark days of Ghana21/09/2009
As the 100th anniversary of his birth is celebrated worldwide, Ghanaians have an interest and a duty to lighten those dark days, so that truth and knowledge may illuminate and guide the future.
 
40. Lets celebrate Dr Nkrumah21/09/2009
THE saying the “A Nation which does not honour its heroes is not worth dying for” is not just one of those thought provoking sayings.
 
41. Pampanso Krokesse gets new chief19/09/2009
The chiefs and people of Pampanso Krokesse, a farming community in the Akuapem South District in the Eastern Region, have finally enstooled a chief under the name Nana Asamani Ntikora II, known as Senahene, after a 10-year search.
 
42. Asogli State prepares for yam festival19/09/2009
This year’s Ho-Asogli yam festival had sparked off a new dimension of activities aimed at uniting the people of the traditional area and exhibiting the activities of their forebears.
 
43. Dr. Nkrumah must be celebrated19/09/2009
I would like to express my excitement with respect to the celebration of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, first President of the Republic of Ghana, which falls on September 21, 2009.
 
44. Nkrumah’s Show Boyism Lives On19/09/2009
In the past week, one particular song has been playing in my micro-sized coconut-head. If you know the tune, sing the danceable show-boy praise song.
 
45. At the Odwira festival19/09/2009
A traditional ruler has blamed chieftaincy disputes and conflicts in the country on the failure of people to speak and stand for the truth.
 
46. Ghana to host world tourism day19/09/2009
Ghana will host this year’s international World Tourism Day (WTD) celebration from September 21-27.
 
47. Use culture to promote development – Prof. Hagan19/09/2009
Prof. George Hagan, has called on Ghanaians to use culture to promote national unity, cohesion and development, rather than division.
 
48. PAWA for Nkrumah19/09/2009
NOBEL Literature Laureate Prof. Wole Soyinka leads a powerful ‘battalion’ of leading writers and language experts from within and outside Africa to participate in the centenary celebrations of the birth of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, first President of the Republic of Ghana.
 
49. Nkrumah’s bodyguard talks to ‘Spectator’19/09/2009
As Ghana celebrates the centenary of the birth of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the country’s first president, The Spectator spoke with a few surviving members of the late Osagyefo’s dispatch riders and bodyguards, who shared their experiences.
 
50. MTN launched Nkrumah Legacy Project18/09/2009
MTN one of the country’s mobile network service providers, have launched a GH¢109,000 Nkrumah Legacy Project aimed at bringing information and communication technology closer to the chiefs and people of Nkroful.
 
51. NKRUMAH AND PAN-AFRICANISM18/09/2009
DR. Kwame Nkrumah was not just the President of Ghana but a very extraordinary man whose life and works contributed significantly to changing the world.
 
52. Akosombo – The calculated risk18/09/2009
THE following speech was delivered by Ghana’s President Kwame Nkrumah at the formal inauguration of the Volta River pro¬ject on January 22 1966, a month before he was deposed.
 
53. NKRUMAH The myth, his Mission & vision18/09/2009
SIXY-THREE years may not be too long a life, but at that age, Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, leaves a bold footprint on the sands of time.
 
54. WHERE IS NKRUMAH’S CPP?18/09/2009
So many years after his birth and death, Ghana’s illustrious son is unparallel and stands tall among his peers.
 
55. HONOURING A GREAT MAN18/09/2009
We at the DAILY GRAPHIC are greatly inspired by the enormity of goodwill, flowing in the direction of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, on the occasion of his centenary birthday to dedicate this special edition of the paper to his memory.
 
56. NKURMAH’S FIRST CHAUFFEUR18/09/2009
THE picture above is the chauffeur of the first President of the Republic of Ghana and to celebrate the birthday of President Nkrumah, the children of Mr. Yusifu Danbarino thought it wise to bring to the notice of the general public the role of their father in Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s life.
 
57. NKURMAH IN RETROSPECT18/09/2009
This coming Monday, it will be a hundred years since Nkrumah was born.
 
58. FATHIA: THE ROCK OF THE NKRUMAH FAMILY18/09/2009
“IT was not meant to be a marriage made in heaven. It was a political union between Mediterranean- oriented North Africa and the rest of the continent, often pejoratively termed sub- Saharan or Black Africa.
 
59. HOW NKURMAH EMPOWERED GHANAIAN WOMEN18/09/2009
THE role of Ghanaian women in politics and other public offices is one the burning governance issues, largely because of the perceived and acknowledged potential and contribution of women to governance.
 
60. GHANA SPORTS: COS WAS THE FOUNDATION18/09/2009
AT 52, Ghana sports must have come full circle for rejuvenation towards the challenges ahead. Our successes, more than failures, arguably have been rooted in the solid foundations laid in the early years of nationhood.
 
61. Honouring Nkrumah’s Legacy18/09/2009
THE decision by the government of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to honour Ghana’s first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah
 
62. NKRUMAH — HIS FOREIGN18/09/2009
FROM the beginning Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first President, and Founder stated his vision and objectives succinctly at the Old Polo Grounds on March 6, 1957 that Ghana’s independence was meaningless unless it was linked with the total liberation of the African continent.
 
63. KWAME NKRUMAH’S CENTENARY18/09/2009
IN his maiden address to Parliament, President John Evans Atta Mills made a speech, which was useful in many respects. He spoke against our pulling down what has been built and then trying to rebuild the edifices of our nation (Paragraph 5 column 473, Hansard). I beg to re-echo our President in the light of the Ghanaian penchant for contorting our own history and being misdirected in the process.
 
64. KWAME NKRUMAH’S CENTENARY18/09/2009
IN his maiden address to Parliament, President John Evans Atta Mills made a speech, which was useful in many respects. He spoke against our pulling down what has been built and then trying to rebuild the edifices of our nation (Paragraph 5 column 473, Hansard). I beg to re-echo our President in the light of the Ghanaian penchant for contorting our own history and being misdirected in the process.
 
65. NKRUMAH’S EDUCATIONAL LEGACY18/09/2009
DR Kwame Nkrumah, a man of many parts, contributed greatly to the development of education in the country. Himself an academician, he set up the Ghana Educational Trust, under which a number of secondary schools, teacher’s training colleges and higher educational institutions were also established
 
66. HUNDREDS COMING FOR THE CELEBRATION18/09/2009
HUNDREDS of people from across Africa, America, Europe, Asia, The Caribbean, Pacific and other parts of the world are trooping down to Ghana to celebrate the centenary birthday of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, which falls on Monday, September, 21st 2OO9
 
67. Dr. Nkrumah’s speech at 1963 OAU SUMMIT18/09/2009
“I AM happy to be here in Addis Ababa on this most historic occasion. I bring with me the hopes and fraternal greetings of the government and people of Ghana. Our objective is African union now. There is no time to waste. We must unite now or perish. I am confident that by our concerned effort and determination, we shall lay here the foundations for a continental Union of African States.
 
68. KWAME NKRUMAH’S CENTENARY18/09/2009
OSAGYEFO Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, between 1945 and 1966, embarked on an exciting journey along the path determined by human options and by force of circumstances.
 
69. KWAME NKRUMAH’S CENTENARY18/09/2009
THREE months ago a young, aspiring filmmaker came to see me about his proposal to make a film about the life of Ghana’s founding President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. He was bubbling with enthusiasm and his ideological commitment to the cause was undisguised.
 
70. KWAME NKRUMAH- THE UNSINKABLE18/09/2009
IF you believe wonders, this surely must be a wonder. If you believe in the cosmic theory of predestination, this would be it. Or if you believe in the communist philosophy of “historical inevitability,” you probably are starring into one.
 
71. THE POLICE UNDER NKRUMAH18/09/2009
POLICING under Dr. Nkrumah, Ghana’s First President was challenging because until then the police high command and middle level commanders were all white men and their duty was to protect colonial interest.
 
72. PAWA outlines major events17/09/2009
The Pan African Writers Association (PAWA) has outlined three major events as part of its 20th Annual Conference to be held from November 5 to 7, 2009 in Accra.
 
73. No interference in chieftaincy but…17/09/2009
The Minister of Chieftaincy and Culture, Alex Asum-Ahensah, has re-echoed the determination of the government to avoid interfering in matters of chieftaincy.
 
74. Nkrumah was more African then Ghanaian17/09/2009
A Professor of Pan-African Studies at the Mwalimu Nyerere University of Dar-es-Salaam, has hailed the Pan African ideology of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah
 
75. ‘One Ghana unity Flag’14/09/2009
HUNDRED of people defied a heavy downpour to attend the ‘One Ghana Unity Flag Parade” held here on Friday as part of activities to mark the centenary celebrations of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
 
76. Traditional Rulers Association born12/09/2009
A number of chiefs in the country have come together to form association, Traditional Rulers Association of Ghana (TRAG), to promote their welfare and development.
 
77. NKRUMAH EULOGISED12/09/2009
A BRIEF but colourful ceremony yesterday to formally launch the activities marking Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s centenary birthday.
 
78. Nkrumah Centenary celebration launched12/09/2009
VICE-PRESIDENT John Mahama yesterday launched the centenary celebration of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in Accra, and underscored the need to build a country devoid of tribalism and ethnic animosity as the late first President sought to do.
 
79. Let’s go back to study Nkrumah’s manifesto12/09/2009
Dr. Paa Kwasi Nduom, Flagbearer of the Convention Peoples Party in the 2008 general elections, has called on Ghanaians to use the occasion of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s centenary celebration as an opportunity to unite for development.
 
80. Developing National Arts and Culture12/09/2009
That the Centres for National Culture throughout the country are the pivots of cultural promotion and development in the country cannot be disputed
 
81. Hewale ushers in Wed live music12/09/2009
The popular Wednesday night concerts at the Alliance Francaise in Accra take off again next Wednesday, September 16 to herald the resumption of arts and cultural activities at the venue after a short break.
 
82. Pamela is kente queen12/09/2009
MS. Pamela Magbe, a 19-year-old student of the Agotime Senior High School, was crowned Miss Agbamevor 2009 when the Agotime Traditional Area held a beauty pageant recently as part of activities to mark Agbamevorza (Kente Festival).
 
83. Uniting behind Nkrumah’s centenary12/09/2009
Activities to mark the historic celebration of the centenary birthday of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, were launched in Accra yesterday amid pomp and pageantry.
 
84. Sept. 21-27, when Ghana hosts the world12/09/2009
Exactly two month after US President Barack Hussein Obama, and his family, paid a historic visit to the Cape Coast Castle, to have a first-hand feel of how the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade was executed two centuries ago, thousands of tourists from around the globe are expected to descend on the ancient facility to savour memories of their ancestors.
 
85. Ghana’s birth, Africa’s liberation are Nkrumah’s greatest tributes11/09/2009
The greatest tribute Ghanaians can pay to their first President is to recognize his struggle for the birth of the country and the liberation of the African continent, says Professor George Hagan, former Chairman of the National Commission on Culture, (NCC).
 
86. Kwame Nkrumah under attack05/09/2009
The National Theatre in Accra is yet to laugh its best ever. Barring any last-minute ‘intervention’, the Black Stars of Ghana will for five nights (September 11, 12, 18, 19, 21) not compose of the Michael Essiens, Stephen Appiahs, Sule Ali Muntaris and goalie Richard Kingstons.
 
87. KWAME DZOKOTO IN TROUBLE05/09/2009
Whoever thought Judge Kwame Dzokoto, as quite the maverick he has proven to be over the past years, was above every task in flirting, and got it all wrong.
 
 
   
 
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18/03/2015
FASHION AS A WAY OF CULTURE IN GHANA TODAY
Fashion is the way we choose to present ourselves in the society. It captures whether or not we choose to be on trend. It is not only influenced by the society and culture of a given place.......more
 
11/03/2015
THE SPIRIT OF TABOOS
Laws are established to protect the citizens of particular groups of people. In other words, laws exist to protect the rights of the members of a society and to ensure that they do not have to protect...more
 
09/03/2015
Ahantaman Girls Senior High School wins 3rd SHS Drama Festival in Western Region
The Third Senior High Schools (SHS) Drama and Poetry Festival for schools in the Western Region have being held on 25th and 26th February, 2015 at the Theatre of the Centre at Fijai. The Drama was on the theme “Unearthing a New Generation of Artistes”...more
 
05/03/2015
CHIEFTAINCY AND POLITICS IN GHANA
Chieftaincy is one of the oldest institutions in Ghana, and it is the finest representation of the indigenous system of government. In pre-colonial times chiefs were the political...more
 
24/10/2014
Baci crowned Ghana’s Most Beautiful season VIII
After weeks and months of various activities, a graduate of the University of Development Studies (UDS), Wa Campus, Bentie Abigail Baciara, has been crowned winner of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful VIII......more
 
25/10/2007
Kwame Nkrumah misfounded Ghana
THIS essay has been prompted by an introspection of Ghana’s fortunes since independence and the celebration of the Jubilee this year. The writer seeks to answer the question why there appears to be “something missing” somewhere in the scheme of affairs in Ghana’s development....more
 
12/10/2007
DR SUSAN DE-GRAFT JOHNSON – FIRST GOLD COAST FEMALE DOCTOR
Dr (Mrs.) Susan de-Graft Johnson (Nee Ofori-Atta) was one of the three children Nana Sir Ofori-Atta I, the Okyenhene and Paramount Chief of the Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Area, had with Nana Akosua Duodu....more
 
 
   
 
 

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