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Nana Fredua Agyeman – Book review: Excursions in My Mind

Title: Excursions in My Mind Author: Nana Awere Damoah Publishers: Athena Press Pages: 134 Year of First Publication: 2008 Country: Ghana Reviewer: Nana Fredua Agyeman (ImageNations, http://freduagyeman.blogspot.com/) Nana Awere Damoah’s book Excursions in my Mind began that which was continued in Through the Gates of Thought. As in the latter, this book of inspiration used

Guest Blogger: Kofi Akpabli – How Cloths Tickle the Ghanaian

HOW CLOTHS TICKLE THE GHANAIAN KOFI AKPABLI In today’s global village many would find it hard to understand why we make a fuss about cloths. But the truth is that in Ghanaian society cloths mean the world. Beyond adding style and colour to our fashion sense their usage reflects a range of cultural values. Be

Ghanaman Prose

My brothers and sisters, first and foremost,  I think basically that Ghanaians are a great bunch of people. We have our own expressions that are understood only by us. They come in various ways. We like to happy ourselves. Is that true for all Ghanaians, you may ask. My response? “Who told you?” As a

Footsoldier Groups

With contributions by Jopie Jo, Aba Da-Woode, Maame Akua Gyamfuaa Boateng, Dzamesi Selorm, Emmanuel Kpatakpa, Qouphy Appiah Obirikorang, Ayimadu Theduke Ofgh, Elijah Atta-Aidoo, Francis Doku 1. FUBEA – Footsoldiers United Behind Egya Atta 2. KOFS – Konadu’s Organisation of Foot Soldiers 3. AFINGER – Association of Footsoldiers In Ghana’s Easter Region 4. FUANKAR – Footsoldiers