Though community businesses exist within the black community, and black community organisations who owned their own premises have been in operation over the past 50 years, it took research by The Ubele Initiative to highlight the degree to which some of these black organisations have lost or been dispossessed of these buildings and community facilities. […]Evaluation … Continue reading Evaluation Report for Mali Enterprising Leaders (MEL) — Equinox Consulting
Ghana is a great country and will ever be so. The foundation of our independence was well laid by all who fought for our nation to be independent. The question of what type of Ghana we wanted was settled at independence that we want a unitary state that would grow with its own distinctive culture … Continue reading Happy birthday Ghana, a maturing 62
This article was published in the Daily Statesman http://www.thestatesmanonline.com/index.php/politics/4420-where-have-all-the-ga-politicians-gone-part-i WHERE HAVE ALL THE GA POLITICIANS GONE? (PART I) ADE SAWYERR16 JANUARY 2019 HITS: 139 POLITICS Emmanuel Kyeremateng Agyarko, the late MP for Ayawaso West Wuogon, served his constituency well. We must all mourn his death and hope that he rests in eternal peace in the … Continue reading Where have all the ethnic Ga politicians in Ghana gone: must representation in parliament still be based on ethnicity and residency?
I just read that some Ga chiefs went to Flagstaff House to ask the President of the republic of Ghana to come to their house and decide for them who will be their chief, the response was genuine and sympathetic but at the same time it is yet another manifestation of what is wrong with … Continue reading Going to the President to find a Chief?
In Praise of Kpele Wↄƞtsԑmԑi By Marion Kilson Caught by her god, Chosen messenger between god and human; Caught by her god, Defamed no more as childless and unschooled; Caught by her god, Crowned with the five corners of the world; Caught by her god, To perform … Continue reading In praise of Kpele wontsemei – Marion Kilson
Transformation By Marion Kilson Brought from inner sequestration Into a guest-filled yard. Laid upon the ground at twilight; Lifted to the star— Not once but thrice. Distilled drink passes among guests; Each one whispers the name. Each one sips from a coconut. Each one whispers again— Not once but thrice. The trash heap no longer … Continue reading Transformation by Marion Kilson
Just a thought - The (Im)possibility of Equality: Can it really be achieved? I start bythanking the speakers for their brilliant thoughts on this tortured issue ofrace equality that is still topical several years after the first Race Relations Act was passed in 1968. Their views have been as divergent but no less important to … Continue reading Just athought – The (Im)possibility of Equality: Can it really be achieved?