The Mokola woman on the 50pesewas coin found. [A little Secret History about the Coin]

Ghana keeps on honoring its legends and courageous women by naming them after some top organizations in the nation just as speaking to them on our neighborhood monetary standards.

You can review the lives of the enormous six specifically Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Obetsebi Lamptey, Akuffo Addo, Ako Adjei, JB Dankwah and William Ofori Attah who were completely addressed on our paper notes for the enormous occupation they played to achieve self-sufficiency for the country.

You can similarly review Tetteh Quarshie and could be seen after fundamental gander at the cedi note and that was done to recollect him on familiarizing the cocoa crop with the country and now Ghana is presumably the most imperative exporter of the cash crop in Africa.

In this article am coming to reveal to you what her personality is and how she startlingly passed on after a social occasion she went to in the Volta Region.

Rebecca Naa Dedie Ayitey also called Dedie Ashikishan is the lady understudies of history have recognized as the one on the 50 pesewas coin. She was a ladies’ lobbyist, an administrative issues analyst and a money supervisor and was notable considering her relationship in Dr. Nkrumah’s Convention People’s Party as one of the focal specialists of the social occasion. She was brought into the world in 1923 at Accra formally Ga. She was all at once the sovereign mother of Makola market.

Nevertheless, her underlying life completed abruptly after she evidently passed on from a food tainting at a limit’s get-together at Ho in the Volta Region of Ghana.

Unfortunately, Rebecca Dedie passed on independently without any kids. Antiquarian records guarantee Dr. Nkrumah was spotted weeping hysterically at the graveyard where she was covered.

In October 2002, when the multi level buses were presented, they were named after Maame Dedie.

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