Sekondi


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Sekondi

(ˌsɛkənˈdiː)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Ghana, 8 km (5 miles) northeast of Takoradi: linked administratively with Takoradi in 1946. Pop (with Takoradi): 335 000 (2005 est)
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This evening's African Cup of Nations match sees Group B sides Ivory Coast and Benin at the Sekondi Stadium in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana.
This evening's African Cup of Nations match and Benin at the Sekondi Stadium in Seckondi-Takoradi, Ghana, Benin qualified for the finals for only the second time in their history, but aren't expected to cause the lverians too many problems especially with Arsenal defenders Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Eboue expected to form the heart of their defence.
This evening's African Cup of Nations match sees G roup B sides Ivory Coast and Benin at the Sekondi Stadium in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana.
When completed to Kumase, the Asante capital, in 1903 the total length of the railway from Sekondi fell just a bit short of 269 km (168 miles; this includes five additional miles (8 km) beyond that shown on the accompanying map).
Our next and final stop was Sekondi, Ghana, where we took full advantage of the six-day anchorage.
This ideological conflict was played out in September 1961, when the government arrested trade unionists for striking and ordered the dissolution of all trade union branches at Takoradi and Sekondi. The 1961 unrest was further instigated by the government's introduction of a harsh budget in response to declining export earnings.
The clinic, located in Sekondi, Ghana, was a humanitarian civil assistance initiative authorized under Title 10 U.S.
NPP parliamentary candidates won, for example, in both Sunyani constituencies in the Brong-Ahafo Region, in Cape Coast in the Central Region, and in Sekondi and Takoradi in the Western Region, even though NDC candidates won nearly all of the other constituencies in those regions.
The other growing area was Nkontompo in Sekondi. There many women
(52.)See RICHARD JEFFRIES, CLASS, POWER AND IDEOLOGY IN GHANA: THE RAILWAYMEN OF SEKONDI 102-39 (1978).
Singing black boatmen An August morning In the thick white fog at Sekondi Coming out to take cargo From anchored alien ships - You do not know the fog We strange so-civilized ones Sail in always.
Royal African Company dismissed its chief merchant at Sherbro in 1705 when he saved his own belongings, and neglected the company's, during a French attack; two years later the chief factors at Sekondi, Dixcove, and Anomabu were dismissed on similar charges of inefficiency and pusillanimity.

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