It’s almost Back to School time!! Join Ghana National Council & Ghanaian Professionals Of North America for the 2nd Annual Back to School Youth Conference. Do you have or know a child entering college in the fall? They are eligible to enter GNC’s essay competition to win a $500 scholarship. See details on the flyer. **DEADLINE TO SUBMIT ESSAYS HAVE ...Read More »
Chicago, August 10 2019, Jackson Park: Members of the GaDangme Community organization of Chicago celebrated Homowo with pride, glamour and elegance at the Jackson Park, Chicago Illinois. Prior to this year’s celebrations, the organization has not celebrated Homowo over thirty-two years. According to Mr. Eddie Quartey, the first Homowo was celebrated in 1987. The celebrations continued for three more years ...Read More »
Sankofa:President Paa Kwasi Sam reiterates need to acquire a community center at a Town Hall Meeting.
Today we rebroadcast a townhall meeting held in the early part of the current administration led by Paa Kwasi Sam.Three years on and almost at the end of his term, we need to individually and collectively ask ourselves what we have done so far to achieve some of the things we discussed! We will compare DETAILED records of his regime ...Read More »
Source: Frederick Ameyaw The Deputy Minister of Information, Hon Pius Enam Hadzide on July 31, 2019 paid a working visit to the Permanent Representative of Ghana to the United Nations, Mrs Martha Pobee and also conveyed the appreciation of the ministry to the mission and recognized how the efforts of the Mission complements the entire government machinery. The Deputy Minister ...Read More »
In the wake of recent federal executive actions on immigration enforcement and so-called sanctuary cities, The Attorney General’s Office launched a “Know Your Rights” public awareness campaign to help immigrants living in Illinois understand their rights and responsibilities when interacting with law enforcement. Every Illinois resident has constitutional rights regardless of their citizenship or immigration status. The Attorney General’s Office ...Read More »
Breaking News The family and friends of the Darko family, home and abroad, with heavy heart, announce the death of Nana Sanaa Atta Darko at the Trinity Hospital, Chicago Illinois. He was 75 years old. The late Nana Sanaa Atta Darko was the first chief of the Okuapeman Fekuw in Chicago and also the first President of the Ghanaian Chieftaincy ...Read More »