Ace Ankomah

20 YEARS ON… (I would do the same thing all over again) – by Ace Ankomah

May I reminisce? 11th July 1994 was a Monday. I was still 26, bright-eyed, and a tad confused about life and its twists and turns. At 10:00am, it was definitely a nervous me who was ushered into the room where I was to defend my masters thesis with a long title: THE DESIGN AND OPERATION

A Stroll in the Park on Republic Day! – REJOINDER – by Ace Ankomah

The Editor Daily Graphic newspaper Accra Dear Sir: I read with some amusement, the Opinion of my friend and senior Mfantsipim old boy, Colin Essamuah in his Abura Epistle column, and titled ‘A Stroll in the Park on Republic Day!’ I could not help but notice that although the Opinion was published in the July

Time Changes and Times Change – by Ace Anan Ankomah

Speech Delivered at the 2014 Graduation of the American International School, Moevenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra on 5th June 2014 Madam Senior Administrator, The Principals, Teachers and Staff of the American International School, Parents and Guardians, Graduands, Students, Ladies and Gentlemen: I do not remember anything that any Guest Speaker said at any of my graduations.

Brains Develop A Nation, Not Resources: Speech by Ace Ankomah

BRAINS DEVELOP A NATION, NOT RESOURCES Speech delivered by Ace Anan Ankomah, Guest Speaker, University of Ghana Congregation, Great Hall, Saturday 9 November 2013 Mr Chairman, Professor Vice-Chancellor, Professors Pro-Vice-Chancellors, esteemed members of the University community, graduands, ladies and gentlemen, 26 years ago, as an incoming student, I was going through registration, right in this