Synonyms for nartey or Related words with nartey

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Examples of "nartey"
Zuta Mary Nartey (born 14 November 1987) is a Ghanaian javelin thrower.
Sam George Nartey is a Ghanaian politician. He is a member of the National Democratic Congress. In November 2015 he defeated, the incumbent E. T. Mensah to represent the party in the 2016 parliamentary elections for Ningo-Prampram constituency.
Nartey studied at the University of the West of England and the University of Law. He serves in the British Army. He is the author of a book titled My Olympic Dream.
Jemima Nartey of Accra, Ghana is Vice-Chair and one of 12 elected volunteer members of the World Scout Committee, the main executive body of the World Organization of the Scout Movement.
The founder of this prestigious school is Mr. Wilson Gbli Nartey. He was born at Lewem a suburb of the Great Ningo Traditional area. He was born to a fishing family. He lived and worked with his parents for most of his childhood days.
Emmanuel Nartey, now legal and business consultant in international trade and the global economy (born April 18, 1983 in Accra) is a Ghanaian judoka. He competed in the men's 73 kg event at the 2012 Summer Olympics and was eliminated by Dex Elmont in the second round. He was the first judoka to represent Ghana at the Olympic Games.
Michael Tetteh Nartey (born July 2, 1966), known as T-Michael, is a Bespoke Tailor and Designer. Ghanaian born T-Michael moved to Bergen in 1989 where he finished a degree in men's tailoring at Bergen Yrkeskole. He launched his own studio and label “T-MICHAEL” in 1996 with the aim of blurring the lines between bespoke tailoring and ready to wear, offering high quality suits, shirts, cuff links, scarves and leather goods. He has written, produced, designed and Co-directed 4 short films. T-Michael has collaborated with Kirk Originals, Art Comes First and Nick Hart of Spencer Hart, Savile Row
In an open letter to the public, Brodhead outlined his formation of committees to examine the lacrosse team, the administration's response to the incident, the student judicial process, campus culture, and a presidential council. The committees have been criticized by some observers, including KC Johnson, former student president Elliott Wolf (offered a seat in the Campus Culture Initiative), and the "Chronicle", since it was chaired by several Group of 88 members such as Anne Allison, Karla FC Halloway, and lacrosse critics Prasad Kasibhatla and Peter Wood. Among the conclusions of the Group-chaired committees was shared governance of athletics by faculty members, and required classes for students by Group members. Also, the student senate representative was Chauncey Nartey, a student who Sue Pressler had previously reported to the police because he had made death threats to Mike Pressler's family.
Nenebi moved to Accra in June 2008, a month after he left St. Peter’s to pursue his dream of becoming a writer. He worked with a human rights organization for a year before landing a job as a columnist and later reporter at the now folded-up local entertainment newspaper, Hi. He worked with his godfather, Verus Nartey, who was the Editor-in-Chief of the paper until 2012, when music video, marketing and television production company, Phamous Media Group, hired him as TV producer for their flagship program, Phamous TV. He left TV in February 2013 focus on poetry. His first show was at African Regent Hotel on February 14, 2013. He was an opening act for local singer-songwriter, Richie Mensah's This is Love Concert.
Eddie Nartey (born 6 November 1984) is a Ghanaian actor, director, and producer. His supporting role in Frank Rajah’s "Somewhere In Africa" earned him a nomination at the Hollywood and African Film Critics Awards (NAFCA), Ghana movie awards. He was nominated in the best actor category for "Kiss Me If You Can.", He got his first opportunity to do his directorial debut entitled "Could This Be Love" where he co-wrote the movie with Evelyn, which cast Actors like Majid Michel, Kwadwo Nkansah (Lil Win), Nana Ama Mcbrown, Fred Amugi, and Gloria Sarfo Later collaborated with Juliet Ibrahim on the movie "Shattered Romance". He then wrote and directed the movie "Royal Diadem" and "She Prayed" the movie.