It has been a long time coming for His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo in his ambition and journey to becoming the President of Ghana. However, his strategic, considerate, and strong leadership during the pandemic earned him the extra projection and won him an extra space in the hearts of Ghanaians.
Meet Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, a man whose story teaches us that the path to being an archbishop can be an unconventional and dicey one. Wonder how he did it? Or better still, want to become one? Here are five “easy” steps to follow.
With the spotlight on Shatta Wale in today’s article, we shed some illumination on the man’s profile behind the new generation reggae-dancehall music genre in Ghana, a king in his own rights.
From one women’s conference to the other; from one event to the next, celebrated across various platforms, the story of Nana Ama McBrown is certainly one worth writing home about.
Nana Ama McBrown has become one of the prominent faces for the women empowerment and upliftment cause.
Osei Tutu II (born Nana Barima Kwaku Duah; 6 May 1950) is the 16th Asantehene, enstooled on 26 April 1999. By name, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II is in direct succession to the 17th-century founder of the Ashanti Empire, Otumfuo Osei Tutu I.
To know what success is, is to have traveled halfway towards achieving it. To be able to make anything happen…
Are you successful and happy? It is common to find a person going after success. And that is good. But the thinking is usually that happiness comes after success.