A summer of drifting from COVID to dreadlocks … and back to prayer

AfricaCultureHealthOpinion Black people in the diaspora must be wary of becoming the targets of some of the worst kinds of misinformation, which only divide us  Sane Eteshi – Matters Arising Just when we thought that a final easing of the lockdown would take place in June, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, looking for the first time […]

Tribute to a modern day hero – Bra Ate Ofosu-Amaah

Tribute to a modern day hero – Bra Ate Ofosu-Amaah  oberserber  Uncategorized  October 18, 2018 6 Minutes     Whilst we must stoically accept the passing of Bra Ate, because we knew that he had been unwell for some time, his death nevertheless leaves a deep void. The entire family and his many friends will continue to mourn the […]

ACHIMOTA AND ITS IMPACT ON THE CREATIVE ARTS

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 […]

23rd September 1960 – Achimota School

23rd September 1960 50 years ago today, on 23rd of September 1960 I entered Achimota School for the first time as a student. The only other time I had been to the school was as a pupil of Accra Newtown Experimental School for my interviews. Accra New Town Experimental School had been a lot of […]

Is the failure of Ghana due to the failure of Achimota School?

Is the failure of Ghana due to the failure of Achimota School? There is an old African saying that you do not use your left hand father’s house no matter how dilapidated it is, so what do you do if you want to make fair comment on your alma mater? Maybe you just make the […]