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Lately, there have been rampant deaths here there. If its not caused by road accident, then its arm robber(s) or a thief caught and beaten to death by aggressive angry youth. Just about two weeks ago, I witness with my own two naked eyes, two thieves beaten to death and each tired against an electric pole for the police to come and pick them up. Just a week after, I heard on the radio another thief also beaten to death.
Not only it was sad to see two naked bodies lying dead but disheartening as well as these young guys could easily get something better doing with their lives if they could just sit, be patient and think about doing something better to gain a better source of living than stealing people’s hard earn properties and belongings.
Osu is a district in central of Accra, well known when it comes to entertainment, African goodies, best restaurants, expensive goods and services,where tourist usually hang outs and its night life. The two most popular restaurants in Osu are papaye( experts with fried rice ) and Frankies ( best place to buy ice creams or have your dessert ). For authentic Ghanaian Cuisine head for the Osu night market where local dishes like banku and kenkey (Made from corn meal) are cooked freshly and served with assorted grilled fish and prawns (all prepared while you wait) at a fraction of the price one would pay in restaurants.
There is a popular street in Osu called Oxford Street, If you’re a tourist in you ever visited Ghana and had the chance to be in Accra then its likely you went to Oxford Street. Well known for hosting street carnivals in Osu especially every 31st of December.
The Ohene Ddjane Sports Stadium, the main sports stadium in Ghana which currently hosted the just ended CAN2008 finals is located in Osu. Osu also habours the Osu Castel ( a colonial fort ) which host Ghana’s governments.
If you’re visiting Ghana and need entertainment, then head off to Osu anytime you touch down.
There were jubilation all over just right when the match was about to start.
The streets parked with people. Nowhere to put your leg to have a comfort stand.
The football fever was just in the air.
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Photo By: David Niinoi
After the match the jubilation continues and this time worsen. Cars blowing their
horns till the driver fills tired. Non stop noise the whole night.
People have to cancel their dates and movements because there was no space to move.
Photo By: DI DI
This is Ghana Map. It contains the 10 regions of Ghana. You can see them all on the map image above. Some of the interesting regions includes, Great Accra, Ashanti region, Central region, Nothern region( up north can be very dry ), Brong Ahafo, Eastern region etc.
As you can see from the map, we share border with Togo on East, Ivory Coast on the West, Burkina Faso upper north.