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Posts Tagged ‘Nana Arhin Tsiwah’

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?

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 […]

Afro-xenophobic violence in South Africa and the call of history

  By Nana Arhin Tsiwah The recent spate of xenophobic violence in South Africa prompted me to write the following historical piece and why it is relevant to relate ideologically to the Cold War (1945-1989/90) and its consequent, the apartheid system. It is unfortunate that many black foreigners in South Africa, in spite of the […]

Poetry

  By Nana Arhin Tsiwah

Hypocrisy and Branded Mental Diarrhoea: An Incurable African Disease

  By Nana Arhin Tsiwah I have throughout time (possibly after countless realisations), always found that “traditional” religion, and its parentheses, is something worth defining to the offspring of truth, although many are the basis of taunts attributed to the practices of this religion.

Poetry

  By Nana Arhin Tsiwah Three Poems for that love I lost to the pillow:

I pray your forgiveness : O’ Africa, I have been a bad seed

  By Nana Arhin Tsiwah This story began when I started seeking the truth of darkness and blackness. It came to light when I became worried of my life; a worry of how negligible I had become. After nights and nights of mournings, weeps and cries, I began to seek forgiveness. Forgiveness not of those […]

Vindicating Dennis Appiah Larbi-Ampofo

By Nana Arhin Tsiwah Vindicating Dennis Appiah Larbi-Ampofo, President of Oguaa Hall, from irksome students’ political machinations, jingoistic tendencies and abortive dissimulations

Ephraim Amu: A Gallant Light That Still Glows (1899-1995)

By Nana Arhin Tsiwah Looking at the life of Ephraim Amu, one simply becomes confused, a tapestry saddled with the most appropriate words to choose in describing his achievements let alone to amply and satisfactorily describe his persona.

Africa in the missing light: Where history turns into gimmick propagandism

  By Nana Arhin Tsiwah History has been a great fountain of human existence where knowledge of the past and its eventualities are reflected upon towards the future. It has been one solid human playing field where loyalty and truth play the tunes of what and when something happened sometime ago.