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U.S. Embassy In Ghana Debunks Fake Stories About ‘Ghanaians Spending 30 Days In USA Without A Visa’

The U.S. Embassy in Accra, Ghana has debunked false and misleading stories stories that ”Ghanaians Can Now Spend Up-To 30 Days In USA Without A Visa” Jayne Howell, the Consul General (U.S. Embassy in Accra, Ghana) has clarified the fake ‘Ghana- U.S – 30 Days Visa Free Rumours circulating out there.  ‘The visa restrictions apply to ONLY Ghanaian executive and legislative branch employees and their spouses and children and domestic employees of Ghanaian diplomats” ~ Jayne Howell, For all those planning on traveling to the U.S. and wondering if they are affected by the visa ban or not, kindly watch the ‘Visa Restriction Clarification’ video below....

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20 African Female Writers

Africa is a continent with diverse ethnic and cultural practices and looking at the different ways in which African countries portrays their culture, it’s not surprising that a lot of screenwriters are emerging from the continent to showcase their rich cultures in movies. This article seeks to unveil 20 African female screenwriters you may know or not know and 2 of their best movies.   Leila Djansi Leila is a Ghanaian-born American based movie writer, producer and director. She had her Basic and Secondary education at the Kabore Primary and JSS and Mawuli School, all in the Volta region...

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Nana Akufo Addo Sworn Into Office For 2nd Term

££ Join us in wishing The 5th and incumbent president of the 4th Republic of Ghana,  President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the Vice President and all the new members of parliament  a huge congratulations! Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia was also sworn in as the Vice President of Ghana. Recommended Stories   Dignitaries who attended the swearing in of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo- Addo and  Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia includes: Former President of Ghana, H.E. John Kufuor,  President Alassane Ouattara of Cote D’Ivoire, US Ambassador to Ghana Honorable Stephanie S. Sullivan.. Listen Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo- Addo Full Inauguration Speech and all the highights...

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Ghana Tourism: Ghana is fast becoming a hub for African Americans…

Why Ghana Ghana is fast becoming a Mecca for black Americans who are looking for profitable opportunities in a new environment. According to recent reports, more than 10,000 African-Americans visit Ghana yearly. The History of Ghana Ghana is a country in Western Africa with an estimated population of 28 million people. The capital city of present-day Ghana is Accra.  Ghana achieved its independence from colonial rule in 1957. It was the first black African country to achieve its independence led by the famous Pan-African leader Kwame Nkrumah. Ghana grew as a result of the Trans-Saharan trade where West Africans exchanged precious...

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Ghana 2020 Presidential Elections

God Bless Ghana and Make the Nation Great and Strong Unlike other African counties who have experienced violence in their elections, Ghana remains relatively free from violence during elections due to its peaceful democratic change of government since becoming a republic and conducted its first general elections in 1992. Known as a multi-party democratic state since 1992, the votes cast by the citizens have always been huge among only two parties, the NPP and NDC making them the major parties to rotate power smoothly since 1992 in the country.   The electoral commission of Ghana continues to take significant...

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