Samsung’s foldable OLED panel goes into production this summer

Korean news outlet, ETNews claims to have come up with an interesting scoop regarding Samsung's foldable OLED panels from a reliable source. The...

HP’s new ZBook claims the title of world’s most powerful 2-in-1

HP has a revealed a host of new fifth-generation ZBook mobile workstations, including a convertible which the firm claims is the most...

WhatsApp beta for Android makes audio recording easier

Facebook-owned WhatsApp is rolling out a new beta on Android that includes a much requested feature, an option to record voice...

Earth’s tectonic plates are weaker than once thought

No one can travel inside Earth to study what happens there. So scientists must do their best to replicate real-world conditions...

Instagram improves controls for managing comments

Instagram has hit the 800 million user mark and it is celebrating with some new features. One of them is improved comment...

HMD announces Nokia 3310 3G

Nokia 3310 (2017) was a massive hit after its announcement in the beginning of 2017. The joy was cut somewhat short after...

Expresso Ghana to lose license after 2019 expiry date

Adom News sources within the telecom industry have hinted that the license of Kasapa Telecom Limited, operators of Expresso telecom brand...

Tigo Business launches Communication Solutions for Fisherfolk

Tigo Business, in partnership with USAID’s Ghana Sustainable Fisheries Management Project and the Ghana Fisheries Commission, has unveiled a total communication...

Lenovo introduces flexible laptop concept

Lenovo held an event in New York where it revealed an exciting concept for “a foldable PC” (read laptop). The gadget...

More than 5 Billion people use mobile devices

We Are Social and Hootsuite compiled a report on digital usage across the globe and revealed that 67%, or 5 billion...

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The History of Navrongo as told by Peter Wedjong, Navrongo Elder (http://satgeo.zum.de/) Little is known of the history of the ancestors of Navrongo, the Gurunsi. According...

Biography of Nab Dr. Ayieta Azantilow, Sandem-Nab and Paramount Chief of the Builsa State...

Nab Dr. Ayieta Azantilow was born about 1900 at Sandema to Nab Ayieta Apoteba and Madam Awusima Adaam from Siniensi- Chansa. OCCUPATION At the age of...

Sandema from 1800 to 1932

The first Sandemnaab appearing in written sources available is Anaankum. His reign was to a high degree characterized by frequent attacks by Babatu, a...

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After Sitobu founded the Dagbon Kingdom the kingship became known as Ya Naa, literally meaning King of strength (power). After the death of Sitobu...

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The Dagaaba people (singular Dagao, and, in northern dialects, Dagara for both plural and singular) are an ethnic group in the African nations of Ghana, Burkina Faso and Cote d'Ivoire. They speak the Dagaare language, made...

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Naa Zangina, King of Dagbon (1648 to 1677)

The ascention of Naa Zangina to Yani is a very important milestone in the history of Nam in Dagbon. Since the foundation of the...

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Mamprusi also known as Mamprugu are Mole-Dagbani speaking ethnic group of people found mostly in the northern and upper east regions of Ghana and northern...

The forgotten President, Dr.Hilla Limann

Dr.Hilla Limann was born at Gwollu in the Upper West Region of Ghana on 24th December,1934. His parents were Bibini Yonu and Mma Hayawah....

The story of Takyi, the Ghanaian king who led a slave rebellion in Jamaica...

Before finding himself as a slave, working hours on end and living in hard conditions on the Frontier plantation in Jamaica, Takyi was a...

The Story of Yaa Naa Mahama II (1938-1948)

After the death of Yaa Naa Abdulai II, four chiefs announced their candidature for Yani. They were Yaa Naa Abdulai’s regent - Gbon Lana...