This is His Excellency, John Agyekum Kufuor. GhanaLadies.com   He is the former president of the Republic of Ghana.   John Agyekum Kufuor is a member of the Freemason. VW Bro HE John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor, PGSwdB, former President of the Republic of Ghana, has been appointed Senior Grand Warden pic.twitter.com/iUSPpjZvCY — UGLE – Grand Lodge (@UGLE_GrandLodge) April 26, 2017   Ghana’s former president has been honoured according to United Grand Lodge of England, the gov...
OMGVoice spent two weeks with some of the most successful people you can find in Ghana. We met with doctors, engineers, politicians, pastors and businessmen mostly in Kumasi and Accra (we believe they reflect their counterparts around the country). Our goal was to have a first hand look into their day to day operations and how those daily activities have contributed to their success. What we learned is, they do not have more heads than the rest of us do, they do not eat a special meal and they ...
So the question was, “would you delete all your social media to save your relationship?” and this is what our Facebook Community had to say. 1. Someone who is ready to sacrifice for someone worth sacrificing for.   2. That was outright?!!   3. People love their social media   4. We having some trust issues here.    5. Someone is ready to delete it even without a relationship.    6. Even oldies are getting on board, why should he?   7. Real life ...
Pre-wedding photo shoots are a thing now. Before you say the ‘I do’s’, people must save the date and pre-wedding photo shoots is the new norm. Coming up with the idea for pre-wedding photo shoots is a hectic path to take but some have managed to produce results like this. A post shared by Foremost Wedding Page
Ghanaian guys have a lot of misconceptions about Ghanaian ladies. Some grew up with it and others picked them up due to experiences. These go a long way to hurt relationships and relations with the female species. Below are some misconceptions Ghanaian guys have about Ghanaian ladies which they need to change ASAP!! 1. They Like Money. There are ladies who love money. You can’t date them without having loads of money to splash on them. However, there are a lot of ladies who also do not ca...
We all have that one thing we all find sweet individually in life but there are some things we can all agree is the sweetest and this is how our Facebook Community reacted to the question, “What is the sweetest thing on earth?”. 1. You got nothing to say than to agree to this…tbh!!   2. Yeah!!! Definitely better than a hangover.    3. Who doesn’t like money?!!!   4. Yeah! that’s when you just saved your life from a hangover.    5. For wann...
On Monday, 24th April 2017, the World Health Organization unveiled their vaccine for malaria called, “Mosquirix”. They stated that the injectable vaccine, which was developed by British drugmaker, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to protect children from Malaria will be piloted for babies and children in high-risk areas as part of real-life trials.   The three selected African countries where this will take place in 2018 are Ghana, Malawi and Kenya. So far, the vaccine has proved partiall...
This is Ibrahim Mahama.   A Ghanaian business tycoon and the younger brother of Ex-President John Dramani Mahama. He’s come under a lot of criticisms since his brother lost the seat last year. One of them being him issuing dud cheques to the Ghana Revenue Authority to clear his goods from the ports and harbour. This issue has been going on for over a month now and it has seen a lot of discussions on both radio and TV. This morning, the GRA were on CitiFM to touch on the issue and a l...
Three sitting Members of Parliament and a former MP have been cited by the British authorities for allegedly perpetrating visa fraud using their diplomatic passports. The MPs are said to have used an unauthorised person (a goro boy) and their diplomatic passports to apply for visas for persons who travelled to the United Kingdom and did not return as stipulated by their visas. They are, therefore, living in that country illegally. The MPs cited are: 1. George Boakye – Former MP for Asunaf...
E.F.Y.A.! Jane Awindor aka. Efya has been the doll of Ghana music for the past few years. Besides doing her thing on the mic, her fashion sense is just as great as her voice. 1. Afro
Examination malpractice is something that happens all over the world. It’s a global issue. Below are 11 ways Ghanaian students cheat in exams, whether BECE, SSSCE or even University exams. 1. Buying question paper. There are people who go every extent to buy examination papers. This happens at the BECE, SSSCE and the university level. After purchasing the papers, they then solve the questions before going to write the paper. Image: giphy   2. Solving leaked/bought papers. There are ...
Look at those colours! Ama Ghana is truly a thing of beauty, and these awesome proves it. 1. Weija Dam.   2. Mallam Interchange, Accra.   3. Ada.   4. Traffic at Tetteh Quarshie roundabout.   5. The coastline of Elmina and Cape Coast road.   6. A beautiful sunset at Abelenkpe towards the N1 to Achimota overheard.   7. The mountains.   8. 5000 Housing Project at Saglemi.   9. Takoradi to Kojokrom Newly developed railway line.   10. University...
We all do lie sometimes but the lies some men can tell their girlfriends eh! even the devil screams, “Jesus!!!”. Some are so ridiculous it makes you wonder what was going on in their mind at the moment they chose to say those lines. Well!! You might doubt us so we asked our Facebook community to tell us some of the ridiculous comments their men told them and some will shock you to the core. Here are 40 ridiculous lies Ghanaian men have told their girlfriends and you won’t beli...
There is a rap line that says, “men lie, women lie” but the fact is, when a woman lies, even Eve wonders if she’s their ancestor and hell freezes. Some women can lie when they are caught in an uncompromising situation. They can even make you believe you’re blind. This debate took us to our Facebook community to find out some of the lies some Ghanaian women ever told their boyfriends and we are sure you will agree with us after reading this. Here are 27 outrageous lies Gha...
Eric Gyamfi’s project “Just Like Us,” showcases queer people Ghana. “The plan for me was to document an aspect of my history that I feel has not been documented,” he explained. For Mr. Gyamfi, who received a 2016 Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund grant to support the work, the idea was to carve out a space in Ghana, to show queer people exist and that they are like anyone else. “It’s a way of establishing that there are queer people here,” he said. “Not just for the rest of the ...
Felicia Abban is Ghana’s first female professional photographer. Photo: Felicia Abban/Courtesy of ANO   She learnt photography from her father Joseph Emmanuel Ansah, apprenticing to him in his studio in the Central Region, as the only female apprentice. Photo: Felicia Abban/Courtesy of ANO   She set up her own photography studio one year before independence in 1956, and shortly after became the personal photographer of Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first president, taking pictures of impo...
Life is a process and so the man who decides not to change is a statue. As we grow, we all need changes in our life and we can’t keep doing the same things over and over again. Yes! When we were kids, we did what kids were supposed to do and now we are grown up men but it seems some of us are still stuck in our infancy. Ghanaian men sometimes don’t want to grow out of certain habits, we’ve come a long way and 2017 means we are in the future, we are yet to see more but if you ma...
Felicia Abban’s path to becoming Ghana’s first female professional photographer started at her father’s (Joseph Emmanuel Ansah) side when he took her on as his only female apprentice. Photo: FELICIA ABBAN / COURTESY OF ANO   After opening her own studio in Accra in 1955, she brought other women into the profession as apprentices during a career that spanned more than 50 years and included a stint as the official photographer for Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first president. “In Ghana a...
Well! people say a lot of things about food, be it positive or negative just to either destroy the market or make money. Growing up, we hear a lot of things about a particular food having the ability to do this or that and we believed it and assumed it was a fact but with time, research has proven to us, they are actually concocted lies just to keep us in check. Here are 19 myths about Ghanaian foods we all probably believed were true although we had doubts. 1. Atadwe Increases Sperm For decade...
Ghana had a historic visit by the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II in 1961 after the country attained independence. The man in charge at that time was Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.  Below are rare photos and video of the visit. 1. Photo: Ian Berry/Magnum Photos   2. Photo: Ian Berry/Magnum Photos   3. Photo: Ian Berry/Magnum Photos   4. Photo: Ian Berry/Magnum Photos   5. Photo: Ian Berry/Magnum Photos   6. Photo: Ian Berry/Magnum Photos   7. Photo: Ian Berry/Magnum P...