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7 Ghana loses Finance Minister Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu

He died on Wednesday
24th September, 2008 in
South Africa
.
dominique paravicini He leaves behind his
Editor wife and 6 children.
Dear friends, hello...
10 RANA RADIALS & GOODYEAR TIRE SERVICE IN LAUNCH IN TEMA
ENJOY magazine joins his family and all
Ghanaians in their grief by the sudden death
of finance minister Mr. Kwadwo Baah-
Wiredu.

Inside you’ll find our tribute to him.

The ramadan as ended with the Eid ul-Fitr
and we salute the muslim community in 24 Ramadan ends with Eid ul-Fitr
Ghana with a explanation of what the
Ramadan means and what is expected from
a Muslim during the Ramadan.

Several companies in Ghana keeps showing
their iniciatives intruducing new tecnolo-
gies into our society, investing in areas
where others forgot,, such as in kids with Association of Ivorian Residents in Ghana 15
learning difficulties.
Dimond Jubilee of the Agadevi Festival 21
So in this edition you´ll find creative compa-
nies and people showing us the way inside People of Apremdo - the Kundum Festival 25
your magazine.

ENJOY ... Hope for kids with learning difficulties. 27

Event Calendar 28

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Ghana Loses
Finance Minister
Kwadwo Baah Wiredu

The Minister passed away on Wednesday
24th September, 2008 in South Africa. He
leaves behind his wife and 6 children.

Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu became a minister in
President J.A. Kufuor's government in 2001.
As Local Government and Rural
Development Minister (2001-2003), he estab-
lished his reputation as a down-to-earth
politician with a practical approach to issues.
He became Education, Youth and Sports
Minister in 2003, before replacing Yaw Osafo
Maafo in 2005 as Minister for Finance and
Economic Planning, a position he held until
his death. Photo by Miriam Mannak

"The government announces with deep sor- Career
row and shock the death of Mr Kwadwo Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu worked at various
Baah-Wiredu, Minister of Finance and positions with the now-defunct Ghana
Economic Planning," Kwadwo Mpiani, Airways airline and the Volta River Authority.
Ghana's Minister of Presidential Affairs, said in He worked as a Senior Consultant on com-
a statement. puter-systems and as Finance Manager of
Ananse Systems. In addition, he was a partner
Education in Asante Wiredu and Associates, an account-
Born in Asante Akim Agogo, Baah-Wiredu ing firm, prior to becoming an MP.
began his secondary education at the Kumasi
High School, Kumasi in 1967. He obtained the Politics
GCE Ordinary Level Certificate in 1972, then Baah-Wiredu campaigned against the Union
received his sixth form education at Prempeh Government (UNIGOV) concept put forward
College, also in Kumasi. He proceeded to the by General Acheampong's Supreme Military
University of Ghana in 1974 and obtained a Council in 1978. He joined the New Patriotic
B.Sc. in Administration (Accounting option), Party when it was formed in 1992, became an
followed by a four-year course with the MP in the Second Parliament of the Fourth
Institute of Chartered Accountants, qualify- Republic after the 1996 parliamentary elec-
ing as a chartered accountant in 1985. tions, and retained that seat until his death.
May his soul rest in peace.
cont. page 9

October 2008 7
8 October 2008
The late Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu, attending the World Bank and Statistical Service meeting.
Photo by Photo Club - Osu

The late Hon. Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu and
Dr. Paul Acquah (Ghana’s Bank Governor).
Photo by Photo Club - Osu
LAUNCH OF THE NEW
RANA RADIALS & GOODYEAR
TIRE SERVICE CENTER IN TEMA

Front view of the new service center in Tema, close to the Goodyear round-about. Inside the new tire showroom in Tema

On the 18th of September 2008, RANA RADIALS - GOODYEAR and RANA MOTORS COMPANY celebrat-
ed the launch of their new truck & tire care service center in Tema. Mr. Papa Owusu Ankoma, Minister
of Trade & Industry, officiated the event by performing the formal ribbon cutting. Guests from around
the world were present at the opening, giving their support to this incredible new center, which com-
plies with the latest world standards and is the first of its kind in West Africa.

From left: Octavian Velcan, MD GOODYEAR Middle East and Africa; Mr. Papa Owusu Ankoma, Minister
of Trade & Industry; Al Hajji Mohamed Odaymat, Chairman of Rana Motors West Africa & his son
Essam Odaymat, CEO of Rana Motors; Mr. Rakesh, Marketing Manager Rana Radials.

The Minister of Trade & Industry shaking hands with
Director of Rana Radials, Mr. Kassem Odaymat.

Mr. Gaven Mumberson, GOODYEAR Middle East & Africa;
Innocent Utodio, Country Manager Nigeria;
Mr. Thomas Triller, Rema Tip Top Gmbh Area Manager

10 October 2008
They came from all corners of the world ...

Kassem Odaymat, Director Rana Radials Parminder Singh, Goodyear Nigeria; Dominique, ENJOY Accra; and
and Nouhad Kalmoni, CEO Silver Star Auto Ltd. Amar Deep, CEO IPMC

Technical tire test bench for trucks. Rana Radials technical team awaits you.

Evening Dinner at Holiday Inn, Accra

Hubert, Towe, Omar, Eddie & Francois:
Ad van der Heuvel, Metro Mass Transit
Goodyear West Africa Team

Arsen Zorobi, Omar Hegab,
Commercial Manager Ghana & Goodyear West Africa Nobert Hecking, Mohamed Ali Al-Tamimi,
Ivory Coast Area Sales Manager Ghana Goodyear Middle East and Africa Goodyear Middle East and Africa

October 2008 11
Octavian Velcan and Vinay Kapoor, General Manager of Rana Motors, shake hands after presentation
of the new technology, Max Technology, at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Accra.

The Max Technology received an overwhelming response from an industry audience of more than 150
attendees, from regional trailer manufacturers and fleet customers, to Goodyear regional representa-
tives and truck tire specialists.
The same products were launched earlier this year in North American and European markets.

Mr. Odaymat saluting Joyce Opon, MD of Scion Ltd. on being one of the female pioneers in the tire
business in Ghana. Behind: Mr. Vikram Arard, Rana Motors.
12 September 2008
14 September 2008
On the Move
Association of Ivorian Residents in Ghana
On September 6th, ENJOY attended the Ivorian fundraising cocktail reception
at Tante Marie, in Labone.

The evening was hosted by the Ambassador of Ivory Coast and the Chairman of
the Association of Ivorian Residents in Ghana.

Staged at the well-known Ivorian restaurant Tante Marie in Labone,
Accra, the event boasted a good atmosphere, marked by a full guest
list, plenty of food and drinks, and a multicultural ambience.

Similar to other Africans living outside their home countries, the citi-
zens of Cote d’Ivoire who reside in Ghana elected to unite their fellow
brothers and sisters under a formal organization.
H.E. Ekra Kouassi Florent
Evidenced by the event’s attendees, the number of Ivorian citizens liv-
Ambassador of Ivory Coast
ing in Ghana is growing both in terms of quantity and quality. Unlike
the typical, transient diplomats, students, and traditional migratory
flows between Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire, many Ivorians are now set-
tling in Ghana, some to head multinationals and multilateral organiza-
tions based in the country.

It is against this backdrop that the Ivorians living in Ghana decided to
lead the way in organizing their people to join efforts and play a role
in strengthning ties with their host country, Ghana, and to foster a
unique, forward-looking vision for the developement of their beloved
Cote d’Ivoire.

The association is apolitical and aims to unite all Ivorian brothers and
sisters under a common purpose of self-uplifting - professionally, Mr. Jean-Alfred Anodjo
acadmically, culturally and socially. This project has the full support of Association Chairman
His Excellency, the Ambassador of the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire in the
the Republic of Ghana. continue. page 16

The association CIGHA can be contacted on;
Tel: +233 244263413 - Herve Gogoua
Email: infocigha@yahoo.fr
Mrs. Yvonne Laryea
Maquis Tante Marie

September2008 15
Thanks to the “Maitre de Ceremonie,” Mrs. Djeneba Penqaneack
(pictured left), everybody reached deep into their wallets to make
the evening’s fundraising total arrive at several thousand Ghana
Cedis. Below, some of the event’s guest attendees.

The Ceremony ended with a vote
of thanks and prayer by Mrs. & Mr.
Victor Imboua-Niava.
(pictured above)

16 October 2008
the Diamond jubilee of
the Agadevi Festival
The people of the Have Traditional area in the
Hohoe municipality of the Volta Region celebrat-
ed the Diamond jubilee of the Agadevi Festival
from June 8 to 15, 2008, under the theme: “The
Development of Have: Our Shared
Responsibility.” The chief of the traditional area,
Fiaga Togbe Asemtsyra IX, reinterated the unique
importance of the festival and communicated his
intention to cultivate the spirit of self-help in the
people to contribute to the development of the Over the years, the people, under the umbrella of
area. the festival, have mobilised resources to enhance
education, health and human resource develop-
The festival also commemorates the occurrences ment. Indeed, most of the developments in the
of the night of June 15, 1933, during which a town today--the Have Technical Institute, the
heavy downpour caused a landslide that nearly Health Centre, electrification, basic schools infra-
resulted in the destruction of the entire communi- structure, water and sanitation--are the direct
ty. The celebration marks this historical and mirac- benefits of the funds raised from the celebration
ulous event that has become a symbol of thanks- of Agadevi over the years.
giving to the Almighty God and honours Him for
His saving Grace, deliverance and protection from The Intercom Programming and Manufacturing
that danger. Company (IPMC), an information technology

October 2008 21
hardware supplier and training institute, single- Mr. Hari finds that computers fascinate young
handedly contributed GH¢5,000 toward the proj- people, which makes them the main drivers of a
ect. Addressing a grand durbar to climax the nation’s growth. In light of the large shortage of
event, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of IPMC, ICT skilled labour force all over the world, Amar
Amar Deep S. Hari, underscored the need for the Hari believes in the need to train the current gen-
people to incorporate a library and information eration well in ICT.
communication technology (ICT) centre in the
town hall.
Picture below.
He asserted that ICT and computers have In a related development, the Executive of the
become so important in the contemporary world Accra branch of Have Citizens Association led by
that it has become difficult to survive without the chairman, Mr. Eben-Kay Hodo, on behalf of
them. He added that some use computers as a the paramount chief and people of Have, pre-
learning tool, while others use them for gather- sented a wooden plaque to Mr. Hari at his office
ing information. in Adabraka to show their appreciation.

22 October 2008
ENJOY’S TRIBUTE to kumasi
Mrs. CHRISTIANA OPOKU-BOAMAH,
Manager OPOKU TRADING
It was late afternoon on Friday August 8, 2008 when Mrs. Christiana Opoku-
Boamah departed to the world of the ancestors, a single event that will deny
her family and loved ones of her love, attention and dedication to service.

It is often said that every good deed deserves a reward, but unfortunately for us at Enjoy, her untime-
ly death has denied us the opportunity of ever rewarding or acknowledging appropriately the late Mrs.
CHRISTIANA OPOKU-BOAMAH, a sister, mother and astute businesswoman who opened the doors of
her company OPOKU TRADING to us as one of the main distributors of the Enjoy magazine in Kumasi.

Always affable, I can recall the last time we heard from her--she was requesting more copies of the
Enjoy magazine for her customers, who thronged her supermarket monthly for copies. She was always
available with a helping hand and a strong desire to provide her customers with the best.

Born on the 8th of October 1960 at Kintampo, she started school at St. Joseph’s R/C Primary, Wawase-
Obuasi and was later admitted to Wenchi Secondary School, after passing her common entrance exam-
ination. In 1981, she completed the Ordinary Level West African School Certificate Examination at the
Sunyani Secondary School. While in school, she assisted her mother in her trading business, an experi-
ence that served as the bedrock of her interest and success in running her own business.

Upon completing school, she worked briefly with the Department of
Agricultural Economics in Sunyani. She then married her husband
Mr. Opoku-Boamah while working as Cashier at the Ghana
Commercial Bank in Kintampo. She also worked at the Sunyani and
Kumasi branches of the Ghana Commercial Bank before starting her
own company, OPOKU TRADING, a business established by her hus-
band in 1989.

She was altruistic and kind and supported many charity works in
Kumasi. She passed away at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital
after a short illness, leaving behind her husband and 5 children.

She will always be fondly remembered by
many for her hard work, fortitude and rare
managerial acumen which enabled her to
nurture and grow OPOKU Trading from a sin-
gle–room retail shop to a household name
and wholesale colossus in Kumasi and Ghana
as a whole.

She has contributed her quota to the devel-
opment of the Ghanaian economy.

Obaatanpa Da Yie!!

Damirefa Due, Due ne Amanie hu !!

October 2008 23
Ramadan ends with Eid ul-Fitr

Ramadan or Ramazan is a Muslim religious
observance that takes place during the ninth
month of the Islamic calendar; the month in
which the Qur'an was revealed to the Prophet
Muhammad.

It is the Islamic month of fasting (sawm), in which
participating Muslims do not eat or drink any-
thing from true dawn until sunset. Fasting is
meant to teach the person patience, sacrifice and
humility. Ramadan is a time to fast for the sake of
God, and to offer more prayer than usual (5 times month of the Islamic year. Prayers, sawm (fasting),
daily). During Ramadan, Muslims ask forgiveness charity, and self-accountability are especially
for past sins, pray for guidance and help in refrain- stressed at this time; religious observances associ-
ing from everyday evils, and try to purify them- ated with Ramadan are kept throughout the
selves through self-restraint and good deeds. month.
The name "Ramadan" is the name of the ninth
month; the word itself derived from an Arabic root
rmḍ, as in words like "ramiḍa" or "ar-ramaḍ,"
denoting intense heat, scorched ground and
shortness of rations. It is the most venerated

Laylat al-Qadr, considered the most holy night of
the year, is the night in which the Qur'an was
revealed to Muhammed. Muslims believe it to
have occurred on an odd-numbered night during
the last 10 days of Ramadan, either the night of
the 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or 29th (in Sunni
thought) or the 19th, 21st or 23rd (in Shi'a
thought). Ramadan ends with Eid ul-Fitr, with
much celebration and feasts. During the month
following Ramadan, called Shawwal, Muslims are
encouraged to fast for a further six days, known as
as-Sitta al-Bayḍ, or "the white six."

24 September 2008
PEOPLE OF APREMDO culture - takoradi
CELEBRATE THE KUNDUM FESTIVAL …

The Kundum Festival is celebrated by the people
of Ahanta and Nzema in the Western region of
Ghana from August to September, after the
maize harvest. The festival is to thank the ances-
tors for a bumper maize harvest and to offer sac-
rifices of thanksgiving to the spirits of the ances-
tors for protection.

The Ahanta and Nzemah people migrated from
northern Ghana during the 18th century and set-
tled at their current home beyond the Pra River in
the southern part of the Western Region. They
speak the Nzema language.

The people of Apremdo celebrated the Kundum
this year with fanfair and excitement, and the fes-
tival was characterized by a grand display of rich
African culture and traditions. This year’s celebra-
tion was significant because, due to a protracted The celebration of the Kundum is preceded by a
chieftancy dispute, the people of the region were weeklong ban on drumming and dancing, which
forced to wait over a decade to celebrate. With the represents a sacred period during which the peo-
enstoolment of the new divisional chief Nana ple pay homage to the ancestors, led by the chief
Egya Kwamina XI, however, the region was able to priest of the community.
observe the annual Kundum festival this year.

October 2008 25
culture - takoradi
PEOPLE OF APREMDO
CELEBRATE THE KUNDUM FESTIVAL …

the MP for Effia Kwasimintim constituency, Hon.
Joe Baidoe Ansah.

Addressing the gathering, the distinguished
guests advised the youth in the area to make edu-
cation a priority so that they can ultimately bene-
fit from the oil find in the Western Region. Against
this backdrop, the chief launched the Apremdo
Educational Fund during the course of the cere-
mony.

Nana Egya Kwamina XI noted in an interview with
Enjoy, that as a young Chief, he would do
everything necessary to encourage the youth and
This period of minimal noise is followed by a week children of the town to get the best form of edu-
of dancing and merry-making, during which the cation possible.
whole town goes agog. It is also a time when
natives of Apremdo and other Ahanta communi-
ties return home to join family and friends for the
celebration.

To mark the culmination of events at this year's
Kundum celebration, the divisional chief of
Apremdo Nana Egya Kwamina XI, was carried in a
palanquin in a glamorous procession through the
town. Visitors and community members joined
the procession as they danced to beautiful brass
band music.

The ceremony was graced by the presence of the
Western Regional Minister Hon. A.E. Amoah, and
who’s who

A new school gives hope for kids with learning difficulties.
We meet with the Sigrid Specialists from many disciplines are connected
Kootstra, the founder of with our centre. We create a whole program and
Coledic in Labone. a school team around the child so he can develop in his
specialized in kids with learn- own way and his own time, so that he can succeed
ing difficulties. in life.
She explained that there is
always a solution and help to
give to kids with learning
problems.

Coledic is a new private provider of specialized
education services for children facing learning
problems. That term is an umbrella for many dif-
ferent issues, including speech language prob-
lems, weak memorisation, dyslexia, AD(H)D, weak
writing skills, weak math skills, weak motor skills
and concentration problems.

The school’s students are intelligent, but have
experienced limitied or no success in traditional
school settings. Often in typical school settings,
the speical needs that these children have cannot
be met successfully, which can result in the chil-
dren being neglected or ignored. Also, parents
often are unsure how to effecitvely assist them, so
some of them do home-schooling or simply keep
the children at home.

Now Coledic provides high-quality education for
these children with the technology that they
need. It is the first centre in Ghana to provide each
child with his or her own laptop and to work on
electronic boards. Because classes are no larger
than four or five children, each child gets the Every class room has the lates tecnology
appropriate attention required. Each child follows facilitating the kids with easier learning.
his or her own programme based on individual
needs. For example: An eight year-old is brilliant
in math, so he can follow the average curriculum
for math. But he has problems with writing, so the You wanna know more !!! Then contact us at
spelling controller will work closely with him so
that he still can write on his average. With reading,
he also struggles, and because of that, he has a
reading pen and a computer program that reads
aloud the stories for him.

In addition to this, he receives spelling and read-
ing strategies that are suited for his level. He also
has low self esteem, so he sees the counsellor in
the centre once a week.

September 2008 27
events calender

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Happy hour
Happy Hour Celsbridge Soiree Francophone Aphrodisiac
Venue: Labone from 7:00 pm Nite Klub Airport Residential
Ryan’s Irish Pub
Sports Bar Free Entry time:10pm
Venue: Osu From: 6 pm
6th 7th 8th
Happy Hour
Cheers entertainment center Jackpot Nite Klub Ex- Bus stop Heaven Bar
Venue: Ahodjo – Kumasi Venue: Ring Road Osu time:6pm
Time: From 8:00 pm till you chill

Mercredi de la Paillote Gouda
La Bamba Pub, free Salsa lesson and Music Néo- traditional
dance Caribbean dance and music Alliance Française
Happy Hour Celsbridge
Comm. 11 Tema
Venue: Labone Sports Bar
Accra
13th 14th 15th
Francophone nite Jackpot Nite klub
Cheers entertainment centerVenue:
ex Busstop Francophone Night Aphro Nite
Ahodjo – Kumasi
Venue: Ring road Central Klub Airport Residential
Time:8pm- chillz
time:10pm

Happy Hour Epo Pub Happy Hour Cheers Entertainment Happy Hour Bull Dog
Osu Centre Ahodjo Pub Asokwa
Kumasi From: 17:59 pm Kumasi From: 7pm
20th Italian Week begins 21st 22nd
L’ Italiano e la Piazza Jackpot Nite Club Ex Bus Stop Karaoke Time Out
Alliance Française Ring Road Central Asokwa Kumasi
Accra Accra Up until you lose your voice

Czech Republic National Day
Happy Hour La Bamba Pub, Turkey Republic Day
Salsa,South American dance
Bar, Club and Disco Vienna City
and music Live Band @ CHESTER’S Place
Entertainment Complex
29th From: 9 pm
Comm. 11 Tema
27th 28th Ahodjo Kumasi
Bouncers Barbecue Joint Francophone Night
Heaven Pool Bar
Venue: Behind Top in Town Aphro Nite Klub
Heaven House
Osu Airport Residential
Osu time:10pm
time:10pm

28 September 2008
events calender

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
Unhappy Wives Confused Aphro Sundays
6th ACP Summit 2008 husband (Rover Prod and Aphrodisiac Nite Klub
Republic of Korea
Joy fm) National theatre
Foundation Day Airport Residential
1st – 6th October Accra
Time: 6/10 pm
2nd International Conference 3rd Aphro Pyjama Rave 08 4th 5th Live Karaoke accompanied
Centre
Strictly Playful Lingerie The all white party by Piano Music @
Venue: Aphro Nite club Heaven Nite KlubOsu BarVenue: Golden Tulip
ART Exposition Alliance
time :10pm Kumasi CityTime: From
Française Accra From: 10 pm till late 8:00 pm

Fiji Independence Day Spain National Day

Dj’s Flavour Aphrodisiac Close Up Salsa Fiesta Aphro Sundays
Ladies Nite Genesis Nite
Nite Klub ContinuesAphrodisiac
Klub Amakom Kumasi
Airport Residential Round Pavilion Trade Fair Nite Klub time:10pm
Accra time:10pm Centre Time: 7pm Accra
9th Spanish Week 10th 11th 12th
swimming
ConcertDuende Y
Disco Nite Heaven Super Sat’sChamps Sports RelaxationRoyal Basin
AireAlliance Française
Nite Klub BarPaloma Ring RoadAll HotelVenue: Oduom
Accra
Osu time:10pm you can drink for GHC 10 Kumasi

Happy Hour Bull Dog Pub Concert Mali Bassékou
Asokwa Kumasi Kouyaté
Happy Hour Bull Dog Pub From: 7pm Live Karaoke accompanied
Asokwa Alliance Française by Pianio Music@ Bar
Kumasi From: 7pm Accra time : 8 pm Venue:Golden Tulip Kumasi
Ambiance Macumba
16th 17th Nite Klub Venue: 18th 19th Time: from 8pm
Ambiance Macumba Nite OsuTime: 10:00 pm till, 3rd Annual Hip-Life
Klub Venue: Osu till, till Festival Venue: Straford Beach Relaxation Klimax
Time: 10:00 pm till, till, till Rex 361-375Straford High BayLabadi Beach
StreetTime: 7 pm

Zambia Independence Every SaturdayChamps
Dance Hall Aphrodisiac Austria National Day
Day Sports Bar’sAll u can drink
Nite clubAirport
for 10 GHC
From: 10pm till your HappyHour Powers Pub
TGIF Heaven Nite Klub time:10pm-1 am
mama calls Ho Pleasure Gardens
23rd 24th Osu 25th 26th Ho
Old School Nite
Rap Concert Disiz la
Genesiz Nite Klub Aphrodisiac Nite
Peste Alliance Française Pool Bar and Nite Club
Amakom KumasiTime: clubAirport From:
Accra Spintex RoadFrom: 10 pm
From 10 pm 10pm till your mama calls

Halloween Party
Aphrodisiac Nite The month of October has a lot in store for
KlubAirport Residential all of you fun-lovers.
This month is special coz i get to celebrate
Happy Hour Bywell Osu my birthday on the 4th, lets meet at
time:7pm Heaven Night club for a drink and later at
31st the Aphrodisiac Nite Club.
30th
Ladies Nite Kiravi Nite Be there or be square.
Club Ahodjo Kumasi event@enjoyaccra.com
call 0284841350
Your events master,

Alain

October 2008 29
Hair talk with Clu-chey
Parents are divided on using relaxers on their young girls’ hair.
Some may say yes and others may say no. Research shows
that the ‘’yes’’ have it. Hence the introduction of relaxers
specifically designed for kids.

The question then is what are the deciding factors to consider before relaxing
your young queens’ hair?
sam clu-chey Adika Technical
Manager softsheen-carson
Age:
For most parents who are not keen on relaxing their kids’ hair, the best age
for their young queens will be when they turn 18. However, it is safe to straighten/texturize your girl
child’s hair from age 10, and have it done professionally.

Texture of hair:
Though age is a prime determining factor, texture of the child’s hair is equally important and cannot be
overruled. The nightmares parents of children with coarse (thick) hair go through preparing these
young ones hair for school, party etc (if not relaxed) is enough for these parents to decide to relax the
hair at an earlier age in order to make it more manageable….As long as they can sit still and there is a
definite need for a relaxer…go for it. You are the mothers and you know the stress you go through
preparing their hair. My 5 year old had a texturizer at a reputable salon, we followed the directions and
her hair is now 100% easier to manage. I would do it again in future, say, in 12 weeks on the new
growth.

Style/Manageability:
The style you decide your girl child wears also plays a vital role in deciding to relax. It is much easier to
braid, cornrow, put hair into pony, hold tiny little Bantu knots, twist or give your child that special hair-
style for that special occasion only if you straighten it with kiddie relaxer with claim of ‘milder treat-
ment and comfort plus’ such as Dark and Lovely Beautiful Beginnings.
You’ve decided to relax your young queen’s hair: Now What?
There are three basic steps that are performed during the process:
The base protective After the relaxer chemical Then a conditioner is
cream is applied has been applied and applied to the hair to
around the hairline allowed to set for the restore some of the natu-
and behind the ears. appropriate amount of ral oils and proteins
The hair is then sec- time, the chemical is com- removed by the chemical.
tioned and the base pletely removed with warm
cream applied on scalp water, and then a neutraliz-
1 and hair strand to pre- 2 ing formula shampoo is 3
vent over processing. applied. This step is essen-
tial and shampoo must
contain “Color Alert”, mean-
ing it indicates by the color
of the lather if the entire
product has been effective-
ly removed.

October 2008 33
Restaurant & Night Club
On the 29th of August 2008 HEAVEN Restaurant Up stairs you’ll find the new night club. It’s VIP
and Night Club came to Osu-Accra. We got a new launge features the
Night Club and restaurant adding fresh air, to the best sofa’s in Accra and
old Accra night life, with style, pool and very should you be too com-
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EAT RIGHT”
A basic stretch for the You can use any other kind of stretch
lower back should be per- that you think will be effective. The
formed after a few minutes European strength athletes actually use
of warm up exercises or tread- sleeping bags or saunas as a warm up to
mill before the hard part of save energy for training. This may not be
their routine. They can also be practical, a few minutes on the bike or
performed at the end of the ses- treadmill will work nicely.
sion. Hold one leg at a time, Keep
holding for 1-2 minutes. Take a Overweight people usually have
deep breath at a start and exhale lower back problems that stretch-
as you stretch, gradually relaxing ing and exercise improves quickly.
the muscles and pulling in the A stretch routine done for
slack as you exhale. Very basic, not two or three minutes
too fancy, but effective. The reason before hitting the weights
for stretching after a warm up is will keep you from develop-
because the muscles, tendons and ing a back ache. An ounce of
ligaments will become more flexi- prevention is worth a pound
ble after the body is warm. of cure, as they say.

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36 October 2008
“The Silent Killer” health

Some advice !!!
1. Follow a strict salt-free diet. Lowering
When analysing diseases of People are no longer eating your salt intake is not enough, so it is impor-
the “affluent” among the the plant based diet that was tant to eliminate all salt from your diet until
Ghanaian population, high so popular years ago. Fast the blood pressure is under control. Read
blood pressure is at the top food, junk food, fried foods, labels carefully and avoid products that con-
tain “salt”, “soda”, “sodium” and “monosodium
of the list. When the heart meats, dairy products, sugar glutamate (MSG)”. Also avoid baking soda,
pumps blood through the and salt have taken over the canned vegetables, commercially prepared
arteries, the blood presses plates and palates of most foods, soy sauce, preservatives and sugar
against the walls of the Ghanaian households and substitutes, mineral/soda (diet and regular)
and over the counter medications that con-
blood vessels. In people the results of such a diet are tain ibuprofen.
who suffer from hyperten- devastating the lives of mil-
sion, this pressure is unusu- lions every year. Because 2. Avoid all animal foods including dairy
ally high. If blood pressure is high blood pressure usually products as these are extremely high in sodi-
elevated, the heart must causes no symptoms until um.
work harder to pump an complications arise, it is
adequate amount of blood known as the “silent killer”. 3. Eat a high fiber diet that consists of fresh
fruits and vegetables, brown rice and oats.
to all the tissues in the body. Warning signs associated
Apples, bananas, cabbage, aubergine, garlic,
Often times, the result is with this deadly disease may
green leafy vegetables and raisins are a few
heart attack, stroke or death. include frequen headaches, of the many plant based foods that will assist
Since 1998, hypertension sweating, rapid pulse, short- in reversing high blood pressure
cases in Ghana have ness of breath, dizziness and
increased 4-fold from 60,000 visual disturbances. The fol- 4. Avoid all alcohol, caffeine and
cases in 1990 to 250,000 lowing herbal remedies and tobacco/nicotine
cases in 2005. In 2007, recommendations can be
hypertension and cardiovas- used to assist in reversing 5. Keep your weight down, get regular light
cular disease due to high high blood pressure. The to moderate exercise and drink plenty of
blood pressure were the herbal products can be water.
number one cause of death found at SugarCane Natural
in Ghana’s major hospitals. Health Shop – Accra, Ghana. 6. Be sure to get sufficient sleep and as much
as possible, avoid stress.

Tahmah is CEO of ANEW Wellness Spa and SugarCane Natural Health Shop. 7. Use the following herbal remedies:
She is a certified nutritionist, gourmet vegetarian chef, massage
Cayenne red pepper, chamomile, fennel,
therapist and colon hydrotheraprist. Tahmah is also a member of the
Ministry of Health’s Regenerative Health Team. For more informa- hawthorn, parsley, rosemary, valerian and
tion call: (024) 593 5338 or email tahmah777@aol.com kelp.
snippets
My parents wanna see you !!!!
One morning, Charles received a call after many
prayers and sleepless nights. Half-asleep, he picked up
the phone to hear Kate telling him that her parents
wanted to see him. He told her he wasn’t up for jokes,
but she responded that she wasn’t joking. On the 13th
of September 2008, they were married by the grace of
God. Mrs. Siame Kate Danquah (Fashion Designer) and
Charles K. Siame met each other in the church
Pentecote Paroisse. God bless them.

Lady Yaa Amoah, blowing the candels in the picture below, turned 7 on the 20th
of september. She celebrated the day with all her friends and family.
She wanted a car but she’ll have to wait for that untill she’s 18

Super Angelo celebrates his birthday on October 2nd.
Ladies or gentlemen if you wish you can email Mr.Angelo at: friendlyangel_o@ahoo.com

October 2008 39
40 September 2008
Current Movies
Fireproof Eagle Eye Nick and Norah's
Infinite Playlist
Cast: Kirk Cameron, Erin Bethea, Ken Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Cast: Michael Cera, Kat Dennings,
Bevel, Jason McLeod, Stephen Dervan Monaghan, Rosario Dawson, Michael Alexis Dziena, Ari Graynor, Aaron Yoo,
Director: Alex Kendrick Chiklis, Anthony Mackie Jay Baruchel
Genres: Marriage Drama, Drama, Director: D.J. Caruso Director: Peter Sollett
Religious Drama Genres: Chase Movie, Sci-Fi Action, Genres: Teen Movie, Comedy
Thriller, Paranoid Thriller

Capt. Caleb Holt lives by the old fire- Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf) and Rachel Nick (Michael Cera) frequents New
fighter's adage: Never leave your part- Holloman (Michelle Monaghan) are York's indie rock scene nursing a bro-
ner behind. Inside burning buildings, two strangers thrown together by a ken heart and a vague ability to play
it's his natural instinct. In the cooling mysterious phone call from a woman the bass. Norah (Kat Dennings) is
embers of his marriage, it's another they have never met. Threatening questioning pretty much all of her
story. After seven years of marriage, their lives and family, she pushes Jerry assumptions about the world. Though
Caleb and Catherine Holt have drifted and Rachel into a series of increasingly they have nothing in common except
so far apart that they are ready to dangerous situations – using the tech- for their taste in music, their chance
move on without each other. Yet as nology of everyday life to track and encounter leads to an all-night quest
they prepare to enter divorce pro- control their every move. As the situa- to find a legendary band's secret show
ceedings, Caleb's dad asks his son to tion escalates, these two ordinary peo- and ends up becoming the first date
try an experiment: The Love ple become the country's most want- in a romance that could change both
Dare. While hoping The Love Dare ed fugitives, who must work together their lives.
has nothing to do with his parents' to discover what is really happening –
newfound faith, Caleb commits to the and more importantly, why.
challenge. But can he attempt to love
his wife while avoiding God's love for
him? Will he be able to demonstrate
love over and over again to a person
that's no longer receptive to his love?
Or is this just another marriage des-
tined to go up in smoke?

October 2008 41
who’s who
LABADI BEACH HOTEL “This industry needs a concerted effort of stakeholders
LAUNCHES EXPANSION PROJECTS to employ more well-trained professionals, since it is
expanding. And my ministry is also working hard for the
comprehensive Tourism Policy to be adopted,” he said.

The Chairman of Hotel Investments Ghana, Hon. J. B.
Danquah, said the extra 60 rooms and majestically
appointed Presidential and junior suites would be sec-
ond-to-none in terms of service provision, luxury and
comfort.

Having been in existence for over 17 years, Labadi
Beach Hotel is reputed to be the 5-star business venue
for discerning clients, with luxurious rooms and suites,
complete conference and banquet facilities, and flaw-
less service delivery.

The hotel’s clientele frequently boasts high-profile per-
sonalities including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The
Duke of Edinburgh, Italian President Giorgio Napolitan,
Chairman of Hotel Investments Ghana, Hon. J. B. Danquah, delivering a President of Switzerland Micheline Calmey –Rey, former
speech at the sod-cutting ceremony.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Princess Anne of
Britain, Her Excellency Tarja Kaarina Halonen of Finland,
The commitment of delivering excellent services and as well as foreign ministers.
the determination to maintain the position as the
most prestigious hotel in Ghana characterized the
sod-cutting ceremony to inaugurate expansion proj-
ects at Labadi Beach Hotel, currently Ghana’s only 5-
star hotel.

The event, held on the hotel’s premises on August 29,
included Ministers, traditional chiefs and media person-
nel, who were given a tour of the site.

Located on the left-hand side of the hotel, overlooking
the sea, the large stretch of land will be the construc-
tion site for 60 new rooms, including two Presidential
suites and two junior suites. The additional suites, Work in progress on a portion of the land earmarked
which will be the largest rooms in the country, will for the expansion project at Labadi Beach Hotel
incorporate traditional interior designs intended to
showcase the Ghanaian culture. The project will also
include refurbishing the existing 100 rooms and 4 luxu-
ry suites.

According to the hotel’s management, the projects are
aimed at enhancing the quality of services offered to its
customers and setting the pace for the development of
the Ghanaian tourism sector by making it a first-choice
destination for foreign tourists.

Speaking at the ceremony, Hon. Kofi Osei Ameyaw, (From left to right) Hon. Kofi Osei Ameyaw, Deputy

Deputy Minister of Tourism, said the event was a laud- Minister of Tourism, Nii Kpobi Tetteh Tsuru, La Mantse
able move by LBH that reflects the diligent prepared- and Mr. Kwasi Osei, Director General of SSNIT dig the
ness of the hotel to be ahead of the booming hospitali- ground to officially commence work on the site
ty industry in the country.
42 October 2008
Sudoku
Dear ENJOY reader!

Many of you have asked us about the origin of Sudoku. So we’ve
provided some relevant information, and, at the same time, made
the Sudoku easier to read and divided it in 3 difficulty levels.

So here’s some insight into the game:

Sudoku is a logic-based number-placement puzzle. The objective is to
fill a 9×9 grid so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3×3
boxes (also called blocks or regions) contains the digits from 1 to 9
only one time each. The puzzle setter provides a partially completed
grid.

Number puzzles first appeared in newspapers in the late 19th centu-
easy

ry, when French puzzle setters began experimenting with removing
numbers from magic squares. Le Siècle, a Paris-based daily, published
a partially completed 9×9 magic square with 3×3 sub-squares in 1892.
It was not a Sudoku because it contained double-digit numbers and
required arithmetic rather than logic to solve, but it shared key charac-
teristics: each row, column and sub-square added up to the same
number.

Within three years Le Siècle's rival, La France, refined the puzzle so that
it was almost a modern Sudoku. It simplified the 9×9 magic square
puzzle so that each row and column contained only the numbers 1–9,
but did not mark the sub-squares. Although they are unmarked, each
3×3 sub-square does indeed comprise the numbers 1–9. However, the
puzzle cannot be considered the first Sudoku because, under modern
rules, it has two solutions. The puzzle setter ensured a unique solution
by requiring 1–9 to appear in both diagonals.

Completed Sudoku puzzles are usually a type of Latin square with an
additional constraint on the contents of individual regions.
medium

The modern Sudoku was most likely September Solution
designed anonymously by Howard
Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect
and freelance puzzle constructor
from Indiana, and first published in
1979 by Dell Magazines as Number
Place (the earliest known examples
of modern Sudoku). Garns's name
was always present on the list of
contributors in issues of Dell Pencil
Puzzles and Word Games that
included Number Place, and was
always absent from issues that did
not. He died in 1989 before getting a
chance to see his creation as a
worldwide phenomenon.

The puzzle was introduced in Japan
by Nikoli in the paper Monthly
Nikolist in April 1984 as Suuji wa
dokushin ni kagiru, which can be
hard

translated as "the digits must be
single" or "the digits are limited to
one occurrence."

At a later date, the name was abbre-
viated to Sudoku by Maki Kaji

It became an international hit in
2005.

October 2008 43
Improvement
A little girl was sitting on her grandfather's lap
as he read her a bedtime story.
From time to time, she would take her eyes off
the book and reach up to touch his wrinkled
cheek. She was alternately stroking her own
cheek, then his again.
Finally she spoke up, "Grandpa, did God make
you?"
"Yes, sweetheart," he answered, "God made
me a long time ago."
"Oh," she paused, "Grandpa, did God make me
too?"
"Yes, indeed, honey," he said, "God made you
just a little while ago."
Feeling their respective faces again, she
observed,
"God's getting better at it, isn't he?"

October 2008 45
46 October 2008
October Horoscope
aries 21/3 to 20/04 libra 24/9 to 23/10
Nothing has the power of honesty and right now For the first time this year it will be important to
you need to remember that if you stick to the keep a close eye on your finances. There is a danger
truth everything will turn out positively for you. of over spending, especially if you are trying to
You are brimming with new ideas at this time and impress someone new in your life. This is a great
a loved one will be crucial in shaping those ideas time for exploring the local countryside and luckily
into a plan for action.
this is also inexpensive!

taurus 21/4 to 21/05 scorpio 24/10 to 22/11
Don’t worry if your workload has meant that This is a great month for socialising. You may well
socialising has been on the back burner find that you are a lot better off than many of your
because this month will see a huge boost in
friends right now thanks to your natural prudence.
your charisma. Friends will be flocking round
you and you are likely to make a number of fun Throwing a party would be ideal and it may also
new contacts. Keep an eye on your spending add some excitement to one relationship that is
though. feeling a little stale.

gemini 22/5 to 21/6 sagittarius 23/11 to 21/12
After a relaxing September you are very much Eventually, every run of good luck has to come to
back in the driving seat this month! You are driv- an end. This will be a difficult month as a number
en to succeed and sometimes you are willing to of your plans are delayed and a loved one is also
win at any cost. Stop and think mid month about experiencing difficulties. You need to tackle one
how you have been treating someone close to problem at a time and keep your patience with fig-
you, they may be feeling lonely. ures of authority.

cancer 22/6 to 23/7 capricorn 22/12 to 20/01
This is a month that will be marked out by excite- You will have no choice but to be more social this
ment on a number of fronts. Work or school will month as the invitations will come in thick and
see an exciting new project that you have the fast. This is just what you need as the break from
ability to lead, while your money situation intense activity will allow you to reflect on what
receives a significant boost. Emotionally, you feel you really want out of life. There may be a relation-
ready to make a new and serious commitment. ship breakthrough late in the month.

leo 24/7 to 23/08 aquarius 21/01 to 19/02
This is a month that will be marked out by excite- Don’t be afraid to speak your mind this month.
ment on a number of fronts. Work or school will Even though you may be nervous you will find that
see an exciting new project that you have the your honesty is appreciated. Health matters may
ability to lead, while your money situation require attention, but all that is needed is a new
receives a significant boost. Emotionally, you feel exercise regime. Financially, you are finally in a
ready to make a new and serious commitment. position to make a major purchase you have been
dreaming about.

virgo 24/8 to 23/9 pisces 20/02 to 20/03
This month is full of contrasts. On the home front Family matters take centre stage at the beginning
everything is harmonious and you can feel of the month, with the possibility of a reunion of
relaxed and content. At work or school though some kind. Later in the month you will need to
there is a conflict brewing and you may see your stand your ground as a disagreement over a proj-
confidence knocked. Find some likeminded peo- ect boils over. Planetary influences suggest that
ple and stand your ground especially after the
now is the time for risk taking in romance!
15th.

October 2008 47
recipe

Spaghetti with anchovies and breadcrumbs

METHOD INGREDIENTS
Cook the pasta and the raisins in * 400g spaghetti
plenty of boiling, salted water until * 50g raisins
the pasta is tender but still firm to * 4 tbsp extra virginolive oil
the bite. Gently heat half the olive * 2 garlic cloves, smashed
oil and the garlic in a frypan to * 30g (1/2 cup) breadcrumbs
infuse the oil. Discard the garlic and * 6 anchovy fillets, chopped
scatter breadcrumbs into pan. Fry * Good pinch dried chilli flakes
until golden and dry, stirring, tak- * Freshly ground black pepper
ing care not to burn. Drain the * 2 tbsp chopped parsley
crumbs on paper towel. * 1/2 tsp dried oregano
* 2 tbsp pine nuts, toasted
Gently heat remaining olive oil and
soften the anchovy fillets until just
melted. Add the chilli flakes, pep-
per, parsley, oregano, pine nuts
and half the breadcrumbs and heat
briefly.

Drain the pasta and sultanas
(reserving half a cup of the cooking
water) and add to the pan, tossing
well. Add a spoonful or two of the
pasta water to help the sauce coat
the pasta, tossing well. Scatter with
remaining crumbs and serve hot.

To make the breadcrumbs, tear
stale sourdough or baguette into
pieces and whiz in a food processor.
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AJ 567 LOS/ACC 1900 -
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KQ 509 MLW/ACC 1920 -
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AT517/6 CMN/ACC/LFW/CMN 0210 0300 LH 565 ACC/LOS/FRA - 1940
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DL197 ACC/JFK - 1015 KL 590 ACC/AMS - 2120
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B3 256 LOS/ACC 1200 - GO 101 ACC/LGW - 2340
AJ564 ACC/LOS - 1215 VU 822 ABJ/ACC/LFW - 2350
B3 256 ACC/ABJ/CKY - 1240
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KL589 AMS/ACC 1815 - MS 881 CAL/ACC 2230 -
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ME571 BEY/ABJ/ACC 2200 - DL 166 JFK/ACC 0820 -
BA078 ACC/LHR - 2225 W3 702 ACC/LOS 0845
MS 881 CAL/ACC 2230 - VU 823 LFW/ACC/ABJ 0850 0930
BA078 ACC/LHR - 2235 DL 167 ACC/JFK - 1015
8U 751 ACC/TIP - 2325 CTQ 707 ACC/ABJ - 1130
MS 882 ACC/CAL - 2330 KQ 508 NBO/ACC/MLW 1210 1310
ME 572 ACC/BEY - 2335 AJ 567 LOS/ACC 1400 -
AZ 845 ACC/FCO - 2350 ET 927 ADD/LFW/ACC 1420 -
AJ 5242 ACC/ABJ - 1445
CTQ 708 ABJ/ACC 1525 -
VK 803/2 LOS/ACC/LOS 1525 1610
LH 564 FRA/LOS/ACC 1720 -
FRIDAY GO 100 LGW/ACC 1725 -
FLIGHT NO. ROUTING ARRIVAL DEPARTURE ME 575 BEY/LOS/ACC 1730 -
AJ 5242 ABJ/ACC 1730 -
AT 553/2 CMN/COO/ACC/CMN 0335 0430 AJ 568 ACC/LOS - 1815
GO 102 LGW/ACC 0500 KL 589 AMS/ACC 1815 -
ET 917 ADD/LOS/ACC/ABJ 0545 0645 ME 576 ACC/LOS/BEY - 1845
AJ 563 LOS/ACC 0800 - AJ 567 LOS/ACC 1900 -
W3 071 LOS ACC 0800 - LH 565 ACC/LO/FRA - -
DL 166 JFK/ACC 0820 - KQ 509 MLW/ACC 1920 -
AJ5238 ACC/MLW - 0845 AJ 568 ACC/LOS - 1940
W3 072 ACC/LOS - 0845 BA 081 LHR/ACC 2010 -
VU 823 LFW/ACC 0850 - KQ 509 ACC/NBO - 2020
VK 801 LOS/ACC 0910 - KL 590 ACC/AMS - 2120
VU 823 ACC/ABJ - 0930 VU 822 ABJ/ACC/LFW 2120 2200
ET 906 ABJ/ACC 0930 MS 881 CAL/ACC 2230 -
VK 800 ACC/LOS - 1000 BA 078 ACC/LHR - 2235
ET 906 ACC/LFW - 1015 MS 882 ACC/CAL - 2330
DL 167 ACC/JFK - 1015 GO 101 ACC/LGW - 2340
2J 315 OUA/ACC 1115 -
CTQ 707 ACC/ABJ - 1130 SUNDAY
2J 315 ACC/OUA - 1200
B3 254 LOS /ACC/MLW 1200 1240 FLIGHT NO. ROUTING ARRIVAL DEPARTURE
EK 787 DXB/ACC/ABJ 1200 1300
AJ 5239 MLW/ACC 1300 AT 553/2 CMN/COO/ACC/CMN 0335 0430
AJ 564 ACC/LOS - 1345 DL 166 JFK/ACC 0820 -
KQ 510 NBO/ACC 1350 VU 823 LFW/ACC 0850 -
SO 104 BJL/DKR/FNA/MLW/ACC 1430 VK 801 LOS/ACC 0910 -
KQ 501 ACC/FNA - 1450 VU 823 ACC/ABJ - 0930
SO 103 ACC/MLW/FNA/BJL/DKR - 1510 VK 800 ACC/LOS - 1000
CTQ 708 ABJ/ACC 1525 ET 926 ACC/LFW/ADD - 1015
EK 788 ABJ/ACC/DXB 1620 1730 DL 167 ACC/JFK - 1015
LH 564 FRA/LOS/ACC 1745 - UN 151 ROB/ACC 1100 -
B3 255 WLM/ABJ/ACC 1750 - CTQ 707 ACC/ABJ - 1130
KL 589 AMS/ACC 1815 - EK 787 DXB/ACC/ABJ 1200 1300
VK 805 LOS/ACC 1815 - ET 907 ADD/LFW/ACC/ABJ 1320 1400
W3 075 LOS/ACC 1830 - UN 151 ACC/ROB 1500 -
B2 255 ACC/LOS 1900 1830 CTQ 708 ABJ/ACC 1525 -
VK 788 ABJ/ACC 1620 - October 2008 53
54 October 2008
ORIENTAL RESTAURANTS hospitality
Bali Hai 021 771 700
Chez Lien 021 775 356
China House 021 760 284
Dragon House 021 762 988
Dynasty 021 775 496
Noble House 021 785 151
Hinlone 021 772 782
Kohinor 021 771 999
Banana Leafz 021 780 790
Pearl Chinese 021 770 278
Heritage 021 785 252
Zanzibar 024 489 0990

AFRICAN RESTAURANTS
Buka 021 782 953
Tante Marie 021 778 914
Next Door 021 713 961
CONTINENTAL RESTAURANTS
Heaven 024 9748 212
Elgaucho 028 9117575
The Grill 024 9666333
Au Grand Ecuyer 021 768 643
Captain Hook 021 762 228
La Chaumière 021 772 408
Le Bouquet 021 772 417
Le Tandem 021 762 959
Frankie’s 021 773 567
Cafe de Paris 021 517 463
Cafe de Lyon 024 988 7853
Monsoom 021 782 307
Living Stone 021 767740
OTHER RESTAURANTS

Chick ‘n’ Lick ‘n’ 021 778 314
Foodies 021 661 858
Sunshine 021 780 599
Sunshine café 021 785 733
Akroma Plaza 031 255 13
Fali’s hot pot 021 258 473
Lifestyle Cafe 021 224831

BARS
Bywel bar 021 767 793
Bus Stop 021 220 930
Ryan’s Irish pub 021 762 334
Zanzibar 021 786 099

NIGHT CLUBS

Heaven 024 9748 212
Aphrodesiac 021 766734
Jazz Tone 021 761 082
Cheers pub(ksi)
Kiravi(Ksi)
October 2008 55
HOTELS - ACCRA HOTELS - ACCRA HOTELS - KUMASI
LA PALM ROYAL BEACH HOTEL FIESTA ROYALE ROYAL BASIN RESORT
Tel: +233-21-771700 TEL: 021 517411 Tel :+233-51-144/60169
lapalmrea@gbhghana.com . reservations@fiestaroyale.com royalbasin@gh.com

GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
LA BADI BEACH HOTEL (ACCRA) AIRSIDE Tel: +233-51-37073 / 37074
Tel: +233-21-772501 Tel : 021 76480
labadi@lagacy.hotels.co.za. airside@africaonline.com.ghana MIKLIN HOTEL
+233-51-39121 / 39122 / 39123
NOVOTEL HOTEL SHANGRI LA HOTEL
TEL: +233-21-667546 Tel :021 776993 CATERING REST HOUSE
reservations@accrahotel.net shangrilahotel@4u.comgh +233-51-23635

GOLDEN TULIP
WANGARA HOTEL GOLDEN TULIP +233-51-83777
Tel: +21-772525. Tel: 021 213161 sales@goldentulipkumasicity.com
info@hotelwangara.net. info@goldentulipaccra.com
RESORTS
MARISET PLAZA ALISAHOTEL
Tel: +233-21-774542 / 774542. Tel : 021 255494 New Coco Beach 021 717 235/6
mplazahotel@4u.com.hg. alisahotels@gmail.com Dutchotel 021 711 111
Elmina Beach 021 771 700
GYE NYAME HOTEL CHEZLIEN Busua Beach 021 771 700
Tel:00233-21-223321/223211 TEL:021 775356 Busua Inn 020 737 3579
gyenyame@hotmail.com. chezlien@ighmail.com Lou Moon Lodge 020 824 1549
DUTC HOTEL CROWN APPARTMENTO
Tel:+233-21-711111-8 Tel:021 771712 TRAVEL & TOUR
info@dutchotel.com reservation@crownappartmento.com
Amadeus Ghana 021 765 590
FRANKIE’S HOTEL PALOMA HOTEL Antrak Travel 021 777 134
Tel:+233-21-773567. Tel: 021 228700 Marmouna 021 769 231
frankies@frankiesghana.com reservations@palomahotel.com
CULTURAL CENTRES
HOLIDAY HOTEL CROWN APPARTMENTO
Tel:+233-21773660/1 Tel:021 771712 Alliance Française 021 773 134
holidayhohel@ghana.com reservation@crownappartmento.com British Council 021 683 068
Goethe Institute 021 776 764
AIRSIDE HOTELS - TAKORADI
Tel : +233-21-76480
airside@africaonline.com.ghana
RAYBOW INT HOTEL CAR HIRE
Tel +233-31- 22072, 25438
raybowhotel@yahoo.com
ALISAHOTEL Melian car 024 403 453/7
Tel : 021 255494 AKROMA PLAZA VRS 021 779 387
Tel: +233-31-23745
alisahotels@gmail.com
OTHERS
HILCREST HOTEL
NOVA HOTEL Tel: +233-31-22277
Accra Mall 021 823 040/1
021 775579

FOR SALE
4 bedroom house @
Baastona. New house, 2
rooms ensuite, 2 other
rooms shares toilet and
bath. big compound. call
0244783099/0208771794

56 October 2008
under new ManageMent

EXPRESS LUNCH
Main meal + starter or dessert starting from 15 Gh¢
SUNDAY BRUNCH
From the 14th September 2008 from 11am to 2pm

Livingstone Safari Restaurant
location: Osu adjacent Koala Supermarket.
Tel: 021 787 740 / 024 6485135

       

• Beef fillets
• Sirloin Steaks
• Ribeye Steaks
• T-Bone Steaks

Opening hours

9 YEARS SERVING THE BEST STEAKS Mon-Sat from 12pm to 3pm and 6.30pm to 11pm
Sundays from 6.30pm to 11pm

E-mail: elgauchoghana@msn.com
Reservation : 0 2 8 9 1 1 7 5 7 5
Direction: F278/2 Abebresem street
Osu Accra ( Near African Market )
useful numbers
Numbers and companies in red need to call us with updated information
on 021 787 025 or mag@enjoyaccra.com
INT. DIALING CODES Emirate Airlines 021 230 319
EMBASSIES Angola 244 Ghana Int. 021 213 555
Algeria 021-776-719 Australia 61 Kenya Airways 021 241 560
Australia 021-783-368 Austria 43 KLM 021 241 560
Belgium 32 Lufthansa 021 243 893
Austria 021-783-368 Middle East 021 230 867
Benin 229
Belgium 021-776-561 Botswana 267 North American 021 911 087
Benin 021-774-860 Brazil 55 Royal Air Maroc 021 766 333
Burkina faso 226 Royal Dutch 021 776 509
Brazil 021-774-908 Slock Air int. 021 766 740
Burundi 257
Bulgaria 021-772-404 Cameroon 237 South Africa Air 021 783 676
Burkina Faso 021-221-988 Canada 1 UNMIL 021 773 890
Cape verde 238 Virgin Nigeria 021 911 721
Canada 021-773-791
Cntrl African Rep 236
China 021-777-073 Chad 235 24 HR EMERGENCY CENTRE
Côte d’Ivoire 021-774-611 Czech Republic 420 Trust Hospital 021 776 787
Denmark 021-226-972 Denmark 45 Nyaho clinic 021 775 341
Egypt 20
Ethiopia 021-765-682 Equatorial Guinea 240 BANKS
Finland 021-777-500 France 33
Africa WomenBank 021 767 328
France 021-214-550 Gabon 241
Agricultural Dev.Bank 021 662 640
Gambia 220
Gambia 021-315-840 Bank of Ghana 021 666 902
Guinea 224
Germany 021-221-311 Barclays Bank 021 784 049
Italy 39
Cal Bank Ltd 021 680 061
Guinea 021-777-921 Japan 81
CDH Securites ltd 021 667 425
Korea North 850
Hungary 020-400-770 Credit References 021 782 581
Korea South 82
India 021-775-601 Databank Group 021 669 421
Liberia 231
Ecobank 021 681 147
Iran 021-760-521 Libya 218
NIB 021 661 701
Mali 223
Ireland 021-518-112 SG-SSB 021 202 020
Mauritania 222
Italy 021-775-621 Mauritius 230
Korea 021-776-157 Morocco 212 FIRE SERVICE
Namibia 264 Headquarters 021 772 446
Japan 021-765-060 Cantonments 021 666 576
Rwanda 250
Lebanon 021-776-727 Senegal 221 Central (Makola) 021 779 635
Liberia 021-775-641 Sierra Leone 232 Industrial Area 021 223 168
South Africa 27 Dansoman 021 310 903
Mali 021-663-276
Togo 228 Madina 021 501 744
Morocco 021-775-669 Uganda 256 Aviation 021 773 285
Netherlands 021-785-487 USA 1 Trade Fare 021 773 949
Niger 021-224-962 DRC 243
Zambia 260 HOSPITALS
Nigeria 021-776-158 Zimbabwe 263 Akai House Clinic 021 784 772
Norway 021-220-101 Akai House (Osu) 021 763 821
Philippines 021-516-442 AIRLINES 37 Millitary Hospital 021 776 111
Poland 021-502-829 Aero Contractor 21681978/9 Korle-Bu 021 665 401
Aerogem Aviation 21769298 Nyahoo Clinic 021 775 341
Portugal c/o embassy of Spain. Princess Marie Louise 021 664 137
American Airlines 21688804
Russia 021-775-611 Air Crystal 21763395 West African Rescue 021 781 258
Rwanda 021-251-894 Air Ghana 21774007
Czech Rep. 021-223-540 Air ivoire 21242056 POLICE
Air Senegal Int. 21780567 Emergency 191
Senegal 021-770-285 Antrack Air 21765377 Regional
Togo 021-777-950 Belview Airlines 21230329 Headquarters 021 664 611
Congo 021-245-977 Bristish Airways 214996 Mobile force 021 760 273
Cathay Pacific 208138270 Accra central 021 663 625
Turkey 021-768-567 City link Air ltd 770445/233905 Achimota 021 401 999
U.K. 021-221-665 Delta Airlines 765262/777756 Adabraka 021 221 368
US Embassy 021-775-347 Egypt Air 773528 Airport 021 777 592
Switzerland 021-228-125
58 October 2008
New York from USD 680 $

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