Osei Agyemang

Osei Agyemang

A passionate writer & editor with a zeal for creating exciting and innovative contents. Osei Agyemang is also a junkie fan who loves to visit and tell interesting sites around the world. He has studied Psychology and Journalism.

  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 8 months ago
    From a Mere Trading Company to Ruling Over Large Parts of India?

    From a Mere Trading Company to Ruling Over Large Parts of India?

    Company executives have a great responsibility in controlling it. This is not as easy as managing a small business. This event is for a company that humbly began through the ranks to control not just a state, but nations as well. It was simply beghasting!. The Honorary British East India Company was a young partner in the trading network of the 18th century Persianate centered North India Empire. At first it was a private enterprise, and gradually it became involved in the politics of intensity on the subcontinent. The company started at a store in Mayfair London with a businessman named Sanjiv.
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 8 months ago
    A Tour to the Trade City of Birmingham, UK

    A Tour to the Trade City of Birmingham, UK

    Getting out of the train was like arriving at the World Trade Center in New York, USA. I arrived at the trade center with thousands of deals. My experience on the train was also unimaginable due to the new railway line. On arrival, simply put your eyes in the sky and the work platform is submerged high above the natural light hall. This is Birmingham, England! The new station, with a rail network called "Super September" included the new Grand Central shopping complex. This was unveiled in September 2015. The Grand Central station's conversion in Birmingham was worth 600 million pounds. Over 170,000 passengers use Birmingham New Street every day.
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 9 months ago
    Finland Tops All!

    Finland Tops All!

    A person with all ambitions will never want to live in a state of frustration, pressure, and difficulties. Everyone hopes for a very comfortable life without obstacles. Many people travel to other countries not because of their name, but what that country offers. This may be the general satisfaction of citizens, per capita GDP, security, beauty of the region, hospitality and, above all, the general management of its officials. All these reasons are limited to tourism. I've had many people tell me how safe and happy they are in their country. Apparently, they will not go to another country for, say, citizenship purposes.
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 9 months ago
    The Incredible Slave Trade Defense Wall of Gwollu, Ghana

    The Incredible Slave Trade Defense Wall of Gwollu, Ghana

    As usual, the sun was shining, the territory was calm, and the turkeys were running around. We found ourselves looking around, as our eyes were fixed on a variety of fastened woods with splints on a walled hill. After a long trip, we were finally at the 300-year long slave trade wall. The defense wall of Gwollu is located 70 km north of west Sissala district of Wa, and provides relevant information about ancient slaves operating in the northern region. Gwollu is a common environment in Burkina Faso, adjacent to West Africa. Burkina Faso benefits not only from this, but also from other neighboring countries where slaves were traded. The Gwollu defense wall is used for slave descendants of the diaspora. Gwollu covers an area of​411289 km, which slightly exceeds 25 percent of the total mass of upper west region of Ghana.
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 9 months ago
    Africa Ratifies Digital Loans

    Africa Ratifies Digital Loans

    A few years back, I remember waiting in a small banking room to process my credit transaction. Even if it's a meager amount of credit you apply for, you always have to support the contract with many documents. Of course, in some cases the same process is still going on. Today, digitization makes it faster and easier to access a loan. In Africa, cell phone lending is growing rapidly, as mobile phone portfolios, customers, developers, and technology innovators take digital credit seriously.
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    Published 9 months ago
    The Rare African Touch - Volta Serene, Ghana

    The Rare African Touch - Volta Serene, Ghana

    For a moment, you might think that you saw a brick veneer. This is an architecture with an extended African atmosphere with a beautiful wooden shed and roof. Volta Serene Hotel, one of the luxury hotels in Ghana, is located in Ho, Volta Ghana, and promotes clean, high-quality culture. This elegant 4-star hotel is a subsidiary of the First Sky Group and is operated by a well-known hotelman cum tourism connoisseur in Ghana. This fantastic hotel is located on a hill called Kabakaba and is undoubtedly magnificent. This hospitality company is located in the province of Ho. It offers a beautiful view of the Ho area.