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5mins: Bechem United 0-0 WAFA SC #GPLwk2 #BringBackTheLove
Bechem United vs WAFA Head to head Total-6 @BechemUnitedFC wins-1 @WAFAcademySC wins-3 Draws-2 Bechem home matches against WAFA Wins-1 Draws-1 Losses-1 Bechem's performance at home in 2019-2020 W5,D3,L0 WAFA's performance in away games in 2019-20 W3, D4,L1 #GPLwk3
Ashanti Gold Sporting Club popularly known as AshGold is a Ghanaian football team based in the gold mining town of Obuasi, south of Kumasi the capital of Ashanti Region. The club are currently competing in the Ghana Premier League.
AS Ashanti Golden Boys is an association football club from Conakry, Guinea. They are members of the Guinée Championnat National.
Ashanti Obi is a Nigerian sprinter. She competed in the women's 4 × 100 metres relay at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Bechem United Football Club is a Ghanaian professional football club, based in Bechem, Brong-Ahafo. They are competing in the Ghanaian Premier League and currently participating in the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup.
The Ashanti Goldfields Corporation is a gold mining company based in Ghana that was founded by Joseph Ellis and Joseph Biney both from Cape Coast. The Ashanti Mine, located at Obuasi, 56 km south of Kumasi, has been producing since 1897.
Akan goldweights, , are weights made of brass used as a measuring system by the Akan people of West Africa, particularly for weighing gold dust which was currency until replaced by paper money and coins. Used to weigh gold and merchandise, at first glance the goldweights look like miniature models of everyday objects.
Mussaenda erythrophylla, commonly known as Ashanti blood, red flag bush and tropical dogwood, is an evergreen West African shrub. The bracts of the shrub may have different shades, including red, rose, white, pale pink or some mixtures.
Several braille alphabets are used in Ghana. For English, Unified English Braille has been adopted.
Ashanti may refer to: