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Time Stands Still in Koma: The Tale of A Tribe Unmoved by Civilisation

In a beautiful mountain terrain, lives a tribe untouched, untarnished by civilisation and its hassles. The world is moving on, fast-paced into.

Remember us “Akkem”: we are going extinct

Delectable natural spices and filling staple foods make Ghana’s food something not to be missed. But Ghanaian food is more than mere.

Ibrahim Mahama Ghana’s Artist Per Excellence

By Janet Abena Quainoo   Ghana is endowed with many skilled hands, and notable amongst them are middle-aged Ibrahim Mahama, an artist.

Africa is Indeed a Continent of Promise – Dr. Ken Giami

“Africa is indeed a continent of promise, we must therefore rise above the limitations, and take steps towards moving our common patrimony.

Hybridized Identities: The dilemma of the African Global Citizen

For centuries, we have seen humans move and migrate to find better living conditions, leisure, work, and family. According to the UN.

The Government of Ghana to Sign Historic Agreement with W.E.B. Du Bois Museum Foundation to Build Du Bois Museum Complex

H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana, to offer remarks at the signing.  NEW YORK, September 20, 2021 –The W.E.B.

Sankara: What Africa Can Learn From 4 Years of Transformational Leadership

By Alkali Amana According to Douglas Macarthur, leaders are people who have ‘the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough.

3 Inspiring Leadership Lessons from an African Titan

By Alkali Amana General Montgomery defined authentic leadership as ‘the capacity and the will to rally men and women to a common.