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Jan 2007
1. Bugum festival unites Tamale31/01/2007
A SECURITY nightmare raised by two defiant groups in Tamale last Monday night turned into a rare celebration of unity among youths from the two gates involved in the Dagbon Chieftaincy conflict.
2. Fire festival held despite REGSEC ban31/01/2007
HUNDREDS of people from all walks of life on Monday night defied the Northern Regional Security Committee (REGSEC) ban on the celebration of the fire festival (Bugum) in Dagbon and poured into the principal streets of Tamale to celebrate the event.
3. New Wa na’s nomination opposed30/01/2007
I read wit the utmost shock and disbelief the content of a press conference in your most renowned newspaper dated January 22. The press conference was supposed to be organized by one Alhaji Issa Bukari who claimed to be Gbetore-Naa.
4. Azantilow too goes home29/01/2007
THE Paramount Chief of the Builsa Traditional Area, Naab (Dr.) Ayieta Azantilow, was laid to rest last Saturday, at Sandema in the Upper East Region.
5. NII GA LAID TO REST29/01/2007
FOR the first time in living memory on Saturday all commercial activities in the capital ceased as a sign of respect for the Ga Mantse, Boni Nii Amugi 11, whose funeral was being held that day.
6. Thousands mourn Boni Nii Amugi29/01/2007
THE final journey of the late Ga Mantse, Boni Nii Amugi II, was marked at the weekend with a rich display of Ga Tradition and culture at the Ga Mantse’s Palace at North Kaneshie in Accra which was witnessed by thousands of mourners form all walks of life, including the Vice-President, Alhaji Aliu Mahama.
7. Cheers for the Orchestra27/01/2007
IT’S an indication of how well everything has gone when performers and the audience smile broadly, shake hands, hug and pat each other on the back at the end of a concert.
8. Pan-African Post Day27/01/2007
GHANA joined the rest of the world to celebrate the Pan Africa Post Day on Thursday, January 18, 2006. It is a day set aside by the Pan-African Union to create awareness in the minds of the public on the important role the Post plays in the development of countries. The theme for the celebration is “The Post at the Heart of Competition”.
9. What is amiss with dance in Ghana?27/01/2007
UNDER the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, the dance discipline was formally established under the expert direction of the late Professor Mawere Opoku.
10. Royalty Goes Home - The people of Ga-Dangbe mourn their ruler of 39 years26/01/2007
Saturday will mark one of the most significant occasions in contemporary Ga history when its chiefs and people from urban and rural stools, home and abroad converge at the state capital to mourn their king of 39 years.
11. New Ga Mantse nominated26/01/2007
THE kingmakers of one of the royal houses of the Ga State, Nii Teiko Tsuru We, have nominated Kelvin Nii Tackie as its candidate to succeed the late Ga Mantse, Boni Nii Amugi.
12. Royalty Goes Home - The people of Ga-Dangbe mourn their ruler of 39 years25/01/2007
Saturday will mark one of the most significant occasions in contemporary Ga history when its chiefs and people from urban and rural stools, home and abroad converge at the state capital to mourn their king of 39 years
13. 50th Anniv., Playback of Our Culture20/01/2007
the African Personality concept which decades ago was a strong and prevailing force and became a core of a proud Ghanaian identity would be reflected in many artistic forms
14. Ghana@50 Film Festival20/01/2007
Among the many festivals and events planned for the country’s Golden Jubilee Independence celebration include a film festival dubbed Ghana @ 50 Film Festival to be held at Afrikiko Gardens at Kanda in Accra between March 4 to 8, 2007 during the jubilee week.
15. Symphony Orchestra In Anniversary Oratorios19/01/2007
It’s a major anniversary year for the nation and several artistic outfits are beginning to roll out works to help keep up the celebratory mood.
16. MARCH: FREEDOM18/01/2007
programmes for the celebration
17. Symphony Orchestra In Anniversary Oratorios18/01/2007
It’s a major anniversary year for the nation and several artistic outfits are beginning to roll out works to help keep up the celebratory mood.
18. Minister Deplores Indecent Dressing16/01/2007
The people of Gomoa Afransi on Saturday celebrated their Akwambo festival to thank their ancestors for a new year and to seek their blessings for further development
19. Choral Festival ushers in Ghana @5015/01/2007
The first activity of note to be organized as part of the year-long Ghana@50 celebrations came off successfully last Saturday at the forecourt of the State House in Accra.
20. Ghana @ 50 Trade Fairs13/01/2007
ASERIES of trade fairs and exhibitions have been earmarked as part of activities to celebrate Ghana’s 50th Anniversary Celebration this year.
21. The story of ‘Akpet’… the king of all drinks13/01/2007
THERE are numerous kinds of alcoholic beverages being produced and sold in Ghana today, but all of them except one- “the king”
22. US Ga-Dangme group holds annual dinner13/01/2007
THE Ga-Dangme Educational and Cultural Foundation based in Philadelphia, USA, held its annual dinner in Friday, December 29, here in the US.
23. National Choral Festival11/01/2007
A festival of Ghanaian religious choral will be held throughout the country this Saturday, part of the events to mark the country’s 50th independence anniversary.
24. Chamber Singers Tour Ghana11/01/2007
The Chamber Singers, a 32-member choir from the Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges of the US, are to begin a four–performance tour of Ghana from January 17 through 21.
25. National Choral Festival11/01/2007
A festival of Ghanaian religious choral will be held throughout the country this Saturday, part of the events to mark the country’s 50th independence anniversary.
26. Traditional Medical Practitioners Confer10/01/2007
Traditional Medical Practitioners (TMPs) have been urged to assist in the process of integrating traditional medicine into mainstream health care delivery.
27. Golden Jubilee Launched09/01/2007
The year-long celebration of Ghana’s 50th anniversary was launched on Sunday by President J. A. Kufuor with a special message for the youth.
28. Bontrase women protect environment09/01/2007
MEMBERS of the Awutu Bontrase Women’s Association in the Awutu-Effutu-Senya District recently undertook a three-hour tree-planting exercise as part of efforts to save the environment and also to beautify the town.
29. Community bans pupils from attending funerals09/01/2007
ADAKLU-KODZOBI, a small community at the precincts of the Ho Polytechnic is to vigorously enforce its bye-law banning pupils from attending wake keepings and visiting video centers from January this year.
30. Ahmadis Mark Eid-ul –Adha08/01/2007
Hundreds of Ahmadiyya Muslims last week-end, went on their annual pilgrimage at their National Retreat Centre at Ashongman in Accra to mark the Muslim Festival of EID-UL-ADHA.
31. Golden Jubilee launched04/01/2007
The year-long celebration of Ghana’s 50th anniversary was launched on Sunday by President J. A. Kufuor with a special message for the youth. “Seize the moment and become worthy citizens of our country” he told them.
32. The significance of Eid-ul-Adha in Islam03/01/2007
Muslim the world over are celebrating Eid-UI-Adha, the feat of sacrifice.
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