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Fraser House- The Headquarters for WAWC during World War 11

In addition to its historical significance to the Gold Coast and Ghana, Achimota School also served as the Headquarters for the West African War Council at Achinota, Gold Coast. ... FULL STORY
Akora Kwame Nkrumah the first President of the Republic of Ghana.
In 1927, he was sent to Achimota Training College to have his education there. He returned from Achimota to teach in Axim and Elmina. While in Achimota, he aspired to travel to the United States of America to pursue a higher education. ... FULL STORY
A message from Akora Kwasi Okoh
Our marketing of the needs of Achimota, our ability to source funds from Akora’s, needs us to sharpen our message and to re-design the concepts/vehicles that we use, or risk failure or indeed continued failure, through not getting the requi... FULL STORY
A Tale of my City
Our capital is growing. It’s expanding, and very fast too. But that’s not the problem. Because it means that lots of money is being pumped into the city. And it’s pretty obvious. The problem is that this growth is without direction. It has ... FULL STORY
Last Dance
Once upon a time? Time, time! One day, Leopard came upon Tortoise in a thicket. Poor Tortoise. Leopard hadn’t eaten since morning. ... FULL STORY
 
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