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Kikis Court Fan Club pays medical bill of nine-year-old

Hohoe (V/R), Dec. 28, GNA - Kikis Court Fan Club (KCFC), a Hohoe-based social group, has settled the medical bill of GH¢2,789 of a nine-year-old Alhassan Salima.

Wed, 05 Jan, 2022 | read more

Kikis Court Fan Club donates to Hohoe Municipal Hospital Wards

Kikis Court Fan Club (KCFC), a Hohoe-based social group, has donated to some Wards of Hohoe Municipal Hospital as part of its activities to mark this year’s Yuletide.

Tue, 28 Dec, 2021 | read more

Introducing the KCFC Fitness Challenge

The Kikis Court Fan Club (KCFC) in a move to make keeping fit the lifestyle of its members and the general public globally has introduced the innovative KCFC Fitness Challenge which is expected to run for twelve(12) Saturdays.

Fri, 13 Aug, 2021 | read more

KCFC donates to St. George Anglican school

The St. George Anglican Primary School in the Ho Municipality of the Volta Region, has appealed for a school bus to cater to the transportation needs of its school children with special needs.

Fri, 13 Aug, 2021 | read more

SONGELI (self made Kite)

Before pyjamas became fashion for kids in Africa, every child used their Mothers extra piece of cloth on the kaba and slit style to sleep and "sadekortome" (wrap around neck like a dress) when we wake up.

Mon, 17 May, 2021 | read more

Hotsui (Cowries)

A Wealthy man in the Ewe language is called "Hotsuitor" and it is derived from the two words "Hotsui" which means cowries and "tor" which means owner. So "Hotsuitor" literally means "Cowries owner" and this is because Cowries were one of the earliest currency used in Africa.

Thu, 18 Mar, 2021 | read more

Ga-Te

In the Volta region of Ghana and among the Ewe people we call it "GATE" which is pronounced as two words (Ga_te) and literally GA means iron or metal and TE means grinder or mill. So "GA-TE" means an Iron mill.

Thu, 18 Mar, 2021 | read more

'Gomekadigbe' - (Kerosene Hurricane Lantern).

Before wires gave us light the hurricane lamb was the finest gentleman among his peers. He is called in Ewe “Gomekadigbe” which means “light hidden in a shell” because of the transparent glass protection which covers the light.

Thu, 18 Mar, 2021 | read more

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