African writing

Author Speech – Launch of I Speak of Ghana

AUTHOR SPEECH AT THE LAUNCH OF I SPEAK OF GHANA 06 DECEMBER 2013 Yesterday, in the afternoon, I drove from Lashibi to Tema with my friend Kola Nut (Kofi Larbi) and my kids to pick up my mum who had just arrived from Wasa. It was in my sister’s home in Community 11 that I

Theo Acheampong reviews I SPEAK OF GHANA

Again, he captures the imperative paradigm of our time of the need for a new generation of THINKERS who will transform this ‘parched’ land called Ghana from the perennial quagmire of poverty and under-development to one in which opportunities exist for all regardless of one’s creed, tribe or party affiliation. This Nana eloquently sums in

Abubakar Ibrahim reviews I SPEAK OF GHANA

Have you tried to look into the mirror to understand who you are as a Ghanaian? What image did you see? I looked into the mirror and it threw back #ispeakofghana in my face! Are you out there wanting to understand the mind-set of the Ghanaian? Is the Ghanaian that different from any other African?

Abubakar Ibrahim review I SPEAK OF GHANA

Have you tried to look into the mirror to understand who you are as a Ghanaian? What image did you see? I looked into the mirror and it threw back #ispeakofghana in my face! Are you out there wanting to understand the mind-set of the Ghanaian? Is the Ghanaian that different from any other African?