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Posts Tagged ‘Ghana’

Kings Of Our Prime – A song by XtaCy feat. Worlasi & Kwame X

By Kofi Acquah Dreams hatched in the mind of a young soul are wishfully tagged a reality when pursued. In doing so, hard work is the key element. Time anyway must be valued, as XtaCy hooked it- “no time to waste…”

The Success of Cameroon at Afcon 2017

Gabriel Bouys/AFP   By Ennin Kwaku Godfred   The 5 Important Lessons for all.

The Brymo Klitorism: Flutes on Brymo’s Klitoris album

By Nana Arhin Tsiwah Are you a sojourner who seeks solitude out of stupor or one who looks for spaceless elements to find a part of their lost selves; or perhaps, does your heart seek the beauties of life that fuels the soul?

Poetry

Renée C Byer   By Stella Allou

Totalitarian dominance within African Democracy

By Ogunniyi Abayomi The recent Ghanaian election was observed as the exemplary illustration of a democratic state within its sphere of power. The display of maturity during the election between President Mahama over the loss of the presidential seat to Nana Akufo-Addo exhibited the total value demonstrated for the satisfaction of the masses, rather than […]

Poetry

Lisa Kristine   By Kofi Acquah

Interview with Six Strings— a Ghanaian Guitarist, Singer & Songwriter

By Kofi Acquah

Re-Percussions

Blackimage GH   By Kofi Acquah There is no grey hair from the wise old aged, that falls without a rustle of her mother— and as soon as it falls, the earth quakes.

Poetry

Mario Cruz   By Naa Dedei Botchwey

Abused and exploited, child migrants in Italy dream of a better life

Magda Mis/Reuters   By Magdalena Mis Isaac, a 17 year-old from Ghana, holds back tears and looks down as he tries to describe the six months he spent in a Libyan jail where he says not a night would pass without someone dying.

CheChe – Ghana’s Next Hip Hop Prodigy

By Nii Armah Tagoe It’s no secret that music represents different meanings for many people but one feature that cuts across divided opinions and transcends music genres is ‘Music is the art of the soul’. While many people believe music is food for the soul, the craft and skill musicians employ to make music definitely […]

Oxford Street, Ghana and True Religion

Tom Cockrem   By Odinga Adiwu It’s been a while since I ventured outside the shores of Nigeria, and trust me, it is not like I do that all the time anyway. However, a visit to Ghana, the land of Nkrumah, the land of Kente, and that special Ghanaian jollof rice…the land of the black […]

IARJ, Accra Ghana: Reporting the sacred

Ben Curtis/AP   By Prince Charles Dickson I recall International Association of Religion Journalists (IARJ) Executive Director Endy Bayuni, who by the way couldn’t make it to Accra, Ghana, asking just before the concluded sixth IARJ conference…Just how big is Africa?

African Music: The Worlasi Syndrome: A look at Nuse vs Uncut Albums

By Nana Arhin Tsiwah This is something I have been wanting to write for the past two weeks. It’s about the music industry in Ghana and the crop of artistes and music players evolving in recent and a few past years. I have been following keenly the twists and game-monkisms that keep hitting the music […]

Poetry

Nastasya Tay   By Coby Daniels

Early African Historians’ Writings Before 1945: Precursors of Modern African Historiography

By Durodola Tosin This essay intends to examine the ways by which the early African historians’ writings before 1945 could be considered precursors of modern African historiography. We examine four early African historians – Carl Reindorf of Ghana, Sir Apolo Kagwa of Uganda, Jacob Egharevba of Benin and Samuel Johnson of Nigeria, their works, writings and […]

“We Want To Go Home,” say “traumatized” African-Americans

By Joe Khamisi  When I arrived in the United States for the first time in the late 1960s, Richard Nixon was the President, Martin Luther King Jr. was dead, and American cities were embroiled in street riots by blacks angered by high levels of unemployment, poverty, and social discrimination.

Poetry

By Michael Kwaku Kesse Somuah

Africa political opposition groups in limbo

Dai Kurokawa   By Joe Khamisi  The role of the opposition in democracies all over the world is to question the government of the day and to hold it accountable. Thus, opposition parties require space, freedom, and opportunities to allow them time to prepare alternative programmes in readiness for the day they would take over.

Poetry

By Coby Daniels

Interview with Ghanaian musician and artist Worlasi

By Kofi Acquah

The Sunken Heart

By Adoboe Selorm Tears drop on the pillow case when we wake to see, hear or feel them no more.

Poetry

By Bismark Amoah

Poetry

By Bismark Amoah

Poetry

By Joseph Taylor

The Intriguing View of the Darker You

By Ennin Kwaku Godfred

To the innocent University of Cape Coast students

By Adoboe Selorm Setting the record straight Are students of this noble institution ready to value themselves as intellectuals in the upcoming SRC, l/NUGS and JCRC elections?

Poetry

By Michael Kwaku Kesse Somuah

Poetry

By Kofi Acquah  

Beyond ‘FeBUHARI’

By Prince Charles Dickson First let me quickly thank my brother and friend Sam Kalu for this narrative. It talks about Otabil’s parable of onions and why Zuckerberg is richer than Ghana.