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#OguaaFetuAfahye: Thousands Joins Orange Friday In Cape coast.

The 2018 edition of the traditional “Orange Friday” took place yesterday on the principal streets of cape coast in the central region .  Thousands of natives,Ghanaians and even some foreigners from all walks of life joined the procession heavily accompanied by  music and skillful dance. The event dated as far …

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20 Tips How TO Spend A Nice Vacation WITH A Boyfriend

If you’re reading this article it’s probably because you have never traveled anywhere with your boyfriend before, or you did, and it just didn’t work out well. First of all, you have to sit down and think about your relationship. For how long have you been dating and do you consider …

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Top Things to Do on Mount Afadjato In Ghana

Mount Afadja is one of the highest mountains in Ghana standing at an elevation of 885 metres (2,904 ft). The mountain is located in the Agumatsa Range near the villages of Gbledi and Liati Wote, in the Volta Region of Ghana at the border with Togo. ‘Afadja’ is the name of …

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World Bank Supports Ghana With $60m To Improve Energy, Tourism Sectors.

The World Bank has approved two International Development Association (IDA) credits of $60 million for the Ghana Energy Sector Transformation Initiative Project and the Ghana Tourism Development Project. Specifically, the Ghana Energy Sector Transformation Initiative Project received $20 million to strengthen the capacity of the energy sector, implement sector reforms, …

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Top 10 Love Songs By Sarkodie

Musician Sarkodie is getting married this weekend and here on Jonilar.net, we want to share with you top 10 love songs released by the rapper over the years. The multiple awards winner and his longtime girlfriend Tracy yesterday had a traditional ceremony to seal their union. According to an insider, …

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The Best Way To See Adome Bridge

Yes, so I’m back here again with something more interesting for you our wonderful readers. So I have seen a lot of people visit the famous Adome Bridge situated on the Volta River at Atimpoku in the Eastern region. It is always fun walking on the bridge, enjoying the beautiful …

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How Information Technology Has Affected the Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Information Technology has played an important role in the hospitality and tourism industry over the last decade. Technology has helped reduce costs, enhance operational efficiency, and improve services and customer experience. Both customers and businesses can benefit from improved communication, reservations, and guest service systems. Technology has helped tourism and …

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Things To Do In Ghana This Summer.

Here in Ghana, everybody loves summer. The  season secondary and tertiary students are  on break, some families are back together and those doing their internships also gets to meet new colleagues; a wide of experience  all within three months. However here on Jonilar.net, we want to share with you some …

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