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Spotlight – Two Neurosurgeons Making Ghana Proud in 2017

3G Media celebrates two US based Neurosurgeons who have made Ghana proud in 2017.   Nancy and David, We say; “Ayekoo”, Well Done. Nancy Abu-Bonsrah has become the first black woman to be trained as a Neurosurgeon at top US university, Johns Hopkins Medical School.  According to http://baltimore.cbslocal.com, she moved to ...

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This Neurosurgeon Resident Just Made History at Johns Hopkins Medical School

03.20.17 By Damola Durosomo Today in #BlackGirlMagic news: Ghanaian medical student, Nancy Abu-Bonsrah just became the first black, female neurosurgical resident at Johns Hopkins’ Hospital, and is now officially every African parent’s dream. Abu-Bonsrah, who moved to the U.S. with her parents at 15, received the news last week after ...

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Ghana Cultural Etiquette 101

By Jeffrey Ohene Darko 1.     Always greet people from right to left, always with your right hand. Remember that your palms are always properly aligned for greeting people when going right-to-left. Always follow this order, regardless of the age or gender or status of the people you are greeting. This ...

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