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Road Trip to Cape Coast

Three days after my arrival in Accra, I went on a road trip to a whole ‘nother part of the country — because that’s a reasonable thing to do shortly after you’ve just flown halfway around the world. 2,859 more words

My Experience at the Cape Coast Slave Castle

Visiting the slave castle was one of the main sites of importance that I was looking forward to experience. As many know, I did my AncestryDNA test a few months ago and I know the origins of my ancestry. 605 more words


Hard Lessons

I have always maintained that sports has shown me more in life than I ever learnt in thee classroom and recently this notion just keeps reiterating itself and incidents in sporting circles and in sporting activities keeps reinforcing the notion. 567 more words

UCC unveils higher sucrose yielding sugarcane variety!!

Researchers at the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) have unveiled a new variety of sugarcane that has a greater sucrose level aimed at boosting production at the Komenda Sugar Factory. 201 more words


Freemasons organise free health screening in Cape Coast

The District Grand Lodge of Cape Coast has organised a free health screening for the people of Cape Coast and its environs.

The exercise, which formed part of the third centenary anniversary celebration of the United Grand Lodge of England, was to help members to know their health status. 107 more words


10 Places to Visit in Ghana

The first country in Sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence after colonialism, Ghana gained independence on March 6, 1957. Ranked as Africa’s most peaceful country, Ghana is plenty safe for travelers from the West, such as you and I, and there’s so much culture to explore, there’s no way to see it all in one trip. 1,117 more words


Cape Coast Castle: The Door of No Return

The Cape Coast Castle was the most horrific historic building I have ever experienced. Situated merely yards from the shoreline, the castle became one of the most prominent slaving forts in West Africa because of its prime location for ships. 864 more words

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