Synonyms for dadzie or Related words with dadzie
Examples of "dadzie"
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
(born 1 June 1975) is a retired Ghanaian football striker.
is an Ghanaian professional footballer who current plays as a forward for Sporting Clube de Goa in the .
On 6 August 2015 it was announced that
would sign for NorthEast United FC of the Indian Super League.
On 6 October 2016 it was announced that
signed for Sporting Clube de Goa of the Goa Professional League.
signed for Asante Kotoko of the Ghana Premier League. He soon went on to join fellow Premier League side Bechem United FC. In January 2014,
went on trial with the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer but failed to make the team.
(born 7 June 1957) is a Ghanaian female journalist, media practitioner, businesswoman and was the longest serving president of the Ghana Journalists Association.
, better known by his musical aliases 12th Planet and Infiltrata is a Los Angeles based dubstep and drum and bass producer and DJ.
had her basic education at and her secondary education at Winneba Senior High School in Winneba from 1970 to 1975 in the Central Region of Ghana.
is a journalist by profession. Gifty was the Managing Director of the 1st African Group a business conglomerate with over three compaines in the Ghana Club.
The current President is the 19th (2017-2018), and Samuel Bentil Aggrey, a Senior Librarian at Accra City Campus, University of Ghana. The 18th President (2013-2014, 2015-2016) was Professor Perpetua S.
, University Librarian, University of Ghana.
Ampofo is one of eight siblings. His father, Thomas Edward Ampofo, worked with the Forestry Department and retired as the Chief Inspector of Timber. Ampofo is married to Sylvia
and they have five children.
The Organisation for Women of Asian and African Descent (OWAAD) was an activist organisation for British black and Asian women founded in 1978, founder members included Stella
and Olive Morris. It has been called "a watershed in the history of Black women's rights activism".
joined the diplomatic service of the Gold Coast in 1952. He continued with the service after Ghana became an independent nation in 1957. He held several positions in the service and was seconded to senior positions within the United Nations Secretariat both in Geneva and New York.
died in London while still serving as the Ghana High Commissioner to UK. A special meeting of the Economic and Social Council was held during which tributes were paid to his immense contribution to the United Nations and especially UNCTAD.
is the current member of parliament for the Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese constituency. He was elected on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and won a majority of 6,554 votes to become the MP. He succeeded Andrew Kingsford Mensah who had represented the constituency in the 4th Republic parliament on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Kenneth K. S.
(1930 — 1995) was a Ghanaian diplomat. He served twice as the Ghanaian High Commissioner to the Court of St James's (UK) and was also the Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) between 1986 and 1994.
As a promoter of artistes and producer in 1988, he helped promote artistes in Amsterdam, including the group Osofo
. In 1990, he self-produced and released his first album "Abrabo", and his second album was released in 1992 titled "Odo me ne wobeko". The songs "Feeling bam" and "Odo me ne wobeko" were his first commercially successful singles in Ghana and abroad.
(born in 1952, London) is a British educationalist, activist, writer and historian. She is best known for her involvement in the UK's Black Women's Movement, being a founding member of the Organisation of Women of African and Asian Descent and co-authoring "The Heart of the Race: Black Women's Lives in Britain " with Suzanne Scafe and Beverly Bryant.
Born in Accra to Mercy
and Anfoh Assan, Assan attended Kaneshie West 2 JSS. He began his football career after graduating from T.I Ahmadiyya Secondary School in Gomoa Postin, Assan play at a local club called Windy Professionals which is formally known as National Sports College.
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