Interview

“Open Letter To A Foot Soldier” from KSM…A Compelling Read

Hi Kumi,   Ei, young man, it’s been a long time! How is life? I saw you on Multi TV yesterday addressing the youth wing of the party and something you said to them caught my attention.   You told them that victory for the party was to quote you: “Inevitable”. I thought that was

African Roar: An Eclectic Anthology of African Authors – by MyWeku

Nana Awere Damoah, Ghanaian contributor to African Roar: He has been asked many times why he still continues to think about oils and fats, soaps and pastes, powders and creams. And why he is passionate about the reaction that can occur when words, mere words, are brought together in the presence of an active catalyst

Interview with British Council Africa – December 2006

Full transcript (unabridged), done in December 2008, just before the book launch for my first book, ‘Excursions in My Mind’. ================================ 1. Can you tell me more about yourself? My name is Nana Awere Damoah, born in Accra, Ghana and residing in Tema, Ghana, with my family – my wife, Vivian, and our boys, Nana