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Pounding Fufu The Ghana Way

Hi everyone.Am going to blog about a Ghanaian food called fufu.It consist of cooked cassava & plantain.It is pounded(don't try this at home).As you can see in the picture, this is done/pounded for 30minutes tillit's well smooth. Well l guess you might be wondering why go throughthis husle.Through this you'd get the right taste & flavour. Trust me.Anyway l do this as a way of exercising and only on weekends when amnot busy with anything.You can only experienc e this in Ghana.Comments are welcomed.

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Cannons at the slave castle

I would be bloggin about The Cape Coast Castle and its role on the Trans-African Slave Trade.Keep Reading.

Cannons at the slave castle
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What Bush can Give Ghana

One thing Mrs. Laura Bush can do for the universities in Ghana whilst on tour with 6 University Presidents from the U.S is to teach the University Presidents here(we call them chancellors) how the U.S Universities have achieved thier level of academic successes. this I honestly believe would be the greatest gift they can give to Ghana. not the books or special packages. Because "if you give a man a fish , he lives for a day , but if you teach him how to fish, you feed him for a lifetime".Please donate to us "education"..........................

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Bush In Ghana arrival pictures

This picture was taken at the residence of the U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, Mrs. Laura Bush welcomed by Ghana President John Agyekum Kufuor in Accra, Ghana, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006. White House photo by Shealah Craighead

Here Mrs. Laura Bush and daughter Barbara Bush are welcomed a Ghanaian cultural dance group upon their arrival Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006 at Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana. White House photo by Shealah Craighead

Thank you....that's what Mrs. Laura Bush says as she embraces 10-year-old Aisha Garuba Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006, after she presented Mrs. Bush with flowers upon her arrival at Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana. White House photo by Shealah Craighead

Taking a shot with Mrs. Laura Bush as 10-year-old Aisha Garuba Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006, smiles to the camera's after she presented Mrs. Bush with flowers upon her arrival at Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana. White House photo by Shealah Craighead

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Bush Is In Ghana Today

The First Lady of the United States of America, Laura Bush arrived on the sunny beautiful shores of Ghana. She would be staying in Ghana whilst on a West African just reading this on yahoo news . well that speaks for itself. The first lady would be in Liberia tommorrow for the inaugration of the First African Female President and then fly back to Ghana , stay here after a nice Ghanaian delicacy and then on wednesday visit patients leaving with aids at Korlebu(I guess cos not so sure) I would keep you updated on this .........Guess you know why she's staying here?..............

below is the yahoo news on Laura Bush's visit

Fri Jan 13, 1:12 PM ET
ACCRA, Ghana (AFP) - US First Lady
Laura Bush will visit Ghana at the weekend, Ghana's presidential spokesman said.
Kwabena Agyepong said Bush was scheduled to arrive in the west African country on Sunday then fly out to Liberia Monday morning for the inauguration ceremonies of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
After Liberia, she will return to Ghana the same day.
Agyepong said President John Agyekum Kufuor was "looking forward" to meeting Bush.
The US First Lady will pay a courtesy call on Kufuor on Tuesday.
According to a programme from the US embassy in Accra, Bush will speak at Accra Teacher Training College on "teacher training and education".
She will also tour a teaching hospital where she will visit patients with HIV/AIDS.
Bush's visit to West Africa will also take her to Nigeria.

AFRICAN REFUGEES: The Young Lady from Ghana

Great Poem by a Young Lady from Ghana now in Australia. Great Read.

Dr. Google's Prove Ghanaian Proverb Must be right

I was reading the Google blog today and this wonderful article caught my attention.There's a popular proverb in Ghana which says the "wisdom of the world is not hidden in one person's mind/head".

There's no argument to this.

Can you dare to challenge "the truth"? Are you willing?How far to you take what you hear?Are you bold enough to toss an idea around before taking action?Then I guess no ONE/THING can push you around.Go read the article"About How Google Saved A Life" now.It would change the way you use you become a Googler for life.

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