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?
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
Awo Awo Awo Awooooo! Mother oh Mother Agban ee Agban the diety Bleku Tsor Let Bleku rain/pour down Esu Esu Water, plenty of Water Enam Enam Fish, let us have a lot of fish manye Manye Glory, let glory reign Adban Kportor Let the food be in abundance It is … Continue reading Time for Homowo again – 8th September 2018
(Reindorf, Carl Christian. History of the Gold Coast and Asante. 2nd Edition. Ghana University Press, 2007) A thematic review by Gyau Kumi Adu Email: (firstname.lastname@example.org) Have you ever thought why “history” is the mother of all knowledge? One reason is that it shows the level of progress of any body of knowledge or event, and the … Continue reading History of the Gold Coast and Asante: Reindorf, Carl Christian. (1895) – A thematic review by Gyau Kumi Adu
ACHIMOTA AND ITS IMPACT ON THE CREATIVE ARTS By: Nat Nuno-Amarteifio Since its founding, Achimota College and School as it was named at the time of its inception, has had a disproportionate influence on the creative arts in Ghana. In every area of creativity, music, painting, sculpture, literature and theatre, Achimota’s influence has been deep … Continue reading ACHIMOTA AND ITS IMPACT ON THE CREATIVE ARTS
I am struggling to see what is being celebrated here. The UGCC was formed in Aug 1947. Nkrumah joined as SG four months later. As a colonial office dispatch observed, prior to Nkrumah's arrival in December of that year the movement's main supporters were "in the large coastal towns of Accra, Saltpond, Cape Cost, … Continue reading The UGCC was a colossal failure – Ekow Nelson
Danquah, Kwame Nkrumah wa yer wo den? – Ade Sawyerr The Ghana@60 team came over to England in May 2017 to talk about the 60 glorious years of our independence won for us by Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah on the 6th of March 1957. They treated us to a very well-made film by a charming … Continue reading Danquah, Kwame Nkrumah wa yer wo den? – Ade Sawyerr