Kɛƞklɛƞ wolo (shia)

Kɛƞklɛƞ wolo (shia)
Kɛƞklɛƞ wolo (shia)2018-11-22T07:39:00+00:00

Kristiansbɔg blema yinɔi
ashikpamɔ yɛ su mli nitsumɔ

Wɔmiikpee nyɛ kɛ miiba Kristiansbɔg Blema Yinɔi Ashikpamɔ Yɛ Su Mli Nitsumɔ yɛ Kristiansbɔg mɔƞ lɛ he. ni esaa eji Ghana jaku gboshinii ateƞ ewulu kome.

Yɛ afii babaoo mli nɛɛ Kristiansbɔg mɔƞ esu ma yɛ gbɛi srɔtoi amli. Ekomɛi, ji nyɔji ajarayeli he yɛ blɔfomɛi kɛ mɛi diji ashramɔ mli. Mɔƞ nɛɛ sɔmɔ akɛ afaban kɛ hebuu kɛha blɔfomɛi jarayelilɔi, maƞbii kɛ amɛhenɔ jarayelilɔi krokomɛi, yɛ amɛ akanshi ni tee nɔ yɛ maƞbii kɛ blɔfomɛi ateƞ. Agbenɛ hu, akɛ fee blema blɔfo amlalo ashihilɛ kɛ nitsumɔ he. Naagbee kwraa, esaa etsɔ Ghana amlalo maƞhiɛnyiɛlɔ shitamɔ kɛ nitsumɔ he.

Ƞmɛnɛ kristiansbɔg mɔƞ fata “UNESCO” Jemaji Agboshinii ahe.

Kristiansbɔg Yinɔi Ashikpamɔ Yɛ Su Mli Nitsumɔ nɛɛ ji akutsonbii anitsumɔ. Kɛjɛ afii akpei enyɔ kɛ nyɔƞma kɛ ejwɛ mli (2014) nɛɛ, Ghana shikpalɔi kuu, Osumanbii, Kristiansbɔg akunbii kɛ nilelɔi kpanakpanaa kɛ amɛ nikaselɔi kɛ amɛhe ewo nɛkɛ shikpamɔ nitsumɔ nɛɛ mli.

Shikpamɔ nɔ saƞƞ ejekpo yɛ Kristiansbɔg blema yinɔi ashikpamɔ yɛ su mli nitsumɔi, enɛ biɔ koni osra wɔ gbenei ni yɔɔ wɔ jeƞjeƞ fɛɛ adafitwaa wuji lɛ nɔ ni blɔfo tsɛɔ lɛ akɛ “internet” ni wɔ kpaƞ nibii ni wɔ ƞtsu kɛ adafii ni wɔhiɛ kɛ ha maƞbii.

Asaƞ kanemɔ shramɔ ni ka wɔ kɛ akutso bii ateƞ kɛ wamɔi ni kɔɔ nikasemɔ he. Koni ana hɛnaanɔbii, piafoi kɛ nitsumɔi ni mii wa kɛ shika kɛ ha nitsumɔ lɛ nɔyaa.

Naagbee kwraa lɛ kɛ wɔ ashra kpitiokpitio ni okɛ ohe adamɔ nitsumɔ loo baawa ni nitsumɔ aye emuu.

Nyɛ yiwala daa
Prof. Rachel Ama Asaa Engmann
Onukpa

Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project

Hei

Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project

PȠfoniri

Contact Christansborg Archaeological Heritage Project

Wɔ kɛ shramɔ

Prince Charles visits Christiansborg Castle 3 November 2018

Prince Charles Visits Christiansborg Castle, Osu Accra Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, visited Christiansborg Castle as part of his three country African tour.  The castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, former seventeenth century European trading post, Danish and British colonial seat of government administration, and Office of the President of the Republic of Ghana.  Today, it is locally known as ‘The Castle’ or ‘Osu Castle’. Prince Charles was escorted by Dr. Hon. Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings, the Member of [...]