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She Is Hot And Endowed With Huge Backside, Check Out Some Pictures Of A Slay Queen Trending Online

Pictures of a lady trending online will leave you amazed. She is seen in a stretch dress made of a long sleeved top and a skinny trouser. Her pink and white worn dress looks somehow like the skin of a snake due to it’s texture.

It is being realized realized that aside the ladies that are well known die to the big nature of their butt like Princess Shingles, Eudoxie Yao, Maame Serwaa and many others, there are still others amongst the populace that are not yet known of and this should tell us that not all like to expose their endowment to the world.

Aside that, we would have to learn one thing from this lady’s picture which is decency. Since she knows she carries a lot both behind her and infront which can put some men in trouble when exposed, she put on a very descent wear instead to do the work of covering her body.

“Being decent as a lady does not kill”, and hence let is learn to always put on decent wears at all times.

Despite the big nature of her goodies, she did her possible best to cover well every part knowing the picture will be placed online for public view.

When putting images, videos and other pieces out there on the various social media platforms for the consumption of others, let us try our best possible to go through very well and know that everything is okay about them before finally letting them onto the platforms.

 We should always have to be responsible for things we publicise and know that whether good or bad, the entire society gets affected of which we the individual are a part of.

Before the society can develop very well and conducive for our living, we have to be mindful of information we out out there for others to see so that we do not end up educating the youth wrongly.

Like Father Like Son; Meet The Only Father And Son Who Have Been Presidents in Ghana

Leadership is the ability of an individual or a group of individuals to have the power to influence their followers. People act in various leadership positions in our daily life activities. But it takes a lot of courage, determination, and hard work to lead a whole nation as their president. Your versatility in being able to come up with solutions to remedy the endless challenges the people in your country face amidst the limited availability of resources should be impeachable. Becoming the president of a nation does not only bring honor and favors to you and your family but also immortalized your name in the history books of your country.

The opportunities of leading an about thirty-million-populated country like Ghana are far and in-between. The few privileged families who have had the chance of having a member of their families being the first citizen of the land relish the opportunity. But to have a father and son rule as presidents in Ghana is such a rare and enviable success to a family.

There have been presidents who have had relations serving in various capacities. For example, John Dramani Mahama’s father, Emmanuel Adama Mahama, was a Member of Parliament for the West Gonja Constituency during the First Republic of the country.

Others include the brother of Ex-president John Agykum Kuffour, Mr. Addo Kuffour who worked as a minister in various ministries, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s and John Jerry Rawlings’ daughters serving as Members of Parliament after their fathers have been the first gentlemen of the land.

But there has only been one father and son who have both been presidents in the history of Ghana. Mr. Edward Akuffo Addo was Ghana’s third Chief Justice from 1966 to 1970, chairman of the 1967- 1968 constitutional commission, and eventually became the non-executive president of the country from 1970 to 1972. His son, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo, served as the Attorney General of the country from 2001 to 2003 and the Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2003 to 2007. He was elected into office as the president of Ghana in 2016 and re-elected into his second term in 2020.

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Schools Attended by Ghana’s Presidents in The Fourth Republic Check them out

In any case, Ghana’s presidents have played a significant part in the country’s growth. Given that the country’s level of life is among the highest on the continent, it is only right that they are given due credit. Though passing through the four walls of a classroom does not guarantee efficiency, formal education is critical to success as it also provides the students with some vital information on how to go about certain things.

The educational backgrounds of the presidents of Ghana’s fourth republic are the subject of this article.

 1. Late John Jerry Rawlings; He is the first president of the fourth republic. Jerry John Rawlings completed the Achimota College in 1967. After secondary school, he proceeded to the Ghana Armed Forces Academy. He completed his training in January 1969.

2. John Agykum Kuffour; Second on the list is John Kuffour, He succeeded John Jerry Rawlings as president in the year 2001. He began his primary and elementary school in Kumasi government school in Asem in the Ashante Region. He then proceeded to Osei Tutu Boarding School from 1951- 1953. Went to Prempah College from 1954-1958. He traveled to London where he pursued law in the London Inn, before graduating from Oxford University in 1964.

3. Professor Evans Atta Mills is Ghana’s third president and the country’s fourth republic. For his primary and secondary schooling, he attended Huni Valley Methodist Primary School and Komenda Methodist Basic School, respectively. In 1961 and 1963, he graduated from Achimota College with Ordinary and Advanced-level certifications, respectively. In 1967, Attah Mills graduated from the University of Ghana with a bachelor of law, LLB, and a professional legal degree. He completed his studies in the London School of Economics and Politics, earning an LLM in 1968, and a Ph.D. in law from the Federal  University of London School of Oriental and African Studies School of Law.

4. John Dramani Mahama; After John Evan, Ghana had another John again. John Dramani had his primary school education at the Accra Newtown Experimental School ( ANT1) and Achimota Primary School. John Mahama completed his secondary school education at Ghana Secondary School. He proceeded to the University of Ghana where he received a bachelor’s degree in history in 1981 and a post-diploma in communication studies in 1986. Mahama also studied at the Institute of Social Sciences in Moscow where he specialized in psychology. He received his postgraduate degree in 1988.

5. Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo; The reigning president, Nana Addo Danquah he had his secondary school education at Adisadel College in Cape Coast, and later went to Kinbu Secondary School in Accra Central. Nana Addo went to England where he had his O-Level and A-Level examination at Lancing College, Sussex. He stopped the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics course at the New York College, Oxford in 1962. He obtained BSc in Economics from the University of Ghana in 1967 and then joined the Inner Temple and trained as a lawyer under an apprenticeship system.