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Ghanaian named first black equerry by Queen Elizabeth

A Ghanaian-born officer from the British Household Cavalry, Major Nana Kofi Twumasi-Ankrah, has been appointed by Queen Elizabeth II to serve in her household as the first black equerry. According to The Sunday Times,  Twumasi-Ankrah was handpicked by the Queen herself from a number of potential appointees. The position is an extremely important one with the equerry more often than ...

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3 Ghanaians honoured by Queen Elizabeth in UK

Three Ghanaian social entrepreneurs have been awarded by Queen Elizabeth for their contribution to community development in Ghana. They are Elijah Amoo Addo, Winnifred Selby and Efua Asibon. The three were among the 60 young people in the Commonwealth to receive the award at the Buckingham Palace last week. The event was attended by many personalities from the British royal ...

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