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THE PIKWORO SLAVE CAMP TOUR

  THE STORY OF THE PIKWORO SLAVE CAMP A man went to Navorongo looking for a place to stay. The people gave him a vast piece of land. Little did they know that he was a slave trader. The people named him Nania Pikworo¬† meaning, “a bush man” in the local language. Pikworo established the […]

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TOURING THE CHIEF CROCODILE POND IN PAGA WITH STUDENTS

We embarked on this journey on November 14, 2015. We took off at 5: 20am and reached there around 9:30 am THE HISTORY OF THE CROCODILES OF PAGA NAVE (NAH-VE) Paga’s patriach and founder Nave’s story goes back more than a dozen generations to Timpela in Kampala in present day Burkina Faso and begins with […]

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Touring the Buabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary and the Kintampo Waterfalls

I went with some geography students of Tamale Senior High school on a tour to the Buabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary and proceeded to the Kintampo Waterfalls. Knowing Ghana, my homeland, is now a passion, so I decided to share our experience. The road to Buabeng Fiema from Kintampo was 32km and only some 300m of […]

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AT THE MOLE NATIONAL PARK’S MUSEUM

At the museum; a cub of an elephant which was preserved after its mother was killed by poachers in 1982. I cannot believe this has been here on earth longer than I have. The frozen remains With no locomotion A wonder. I watch… This is the balloon or global fish. The guide told us that […]