Danquah, Kwame Nkrumah wa yer wo den? – Ade Sawyerr

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 […]

James Barnor JamesTown Revisited – Ghana@60 a community photographic exhibition

James Barnor JamesTown Revisited – Ghana@60 a community photographic exhibition James Barnor has returned home and we must applaud this young at heart, 87 year old son of James Town, who still active with more projects and things to do, and who in recent times, has consistently put Ghana and Africa right at the top of […]

The Martyrs of our independence – 28th February 1948

The Martyrs of our independence – 28th February 1948 Lift high the flag of Ghana, The gay star shining in the sky, Bright with the souls of our fathers, Beneath whose shade we’ll live and die! Red for the blood of the heroes in the fight, Green for the precious¹ farms of our birth-right, And […]

Ghana at 45 years – Great time to hit maturity

  Ghana at 45 years – Great time to hit maturity By: Ade Sawyerr (2002-03-06) More from this columnist This article was first published in West Africa Magazine, Issue 4315, 4Th -10th March 2002 I have not heard anyone say that it was only just yesterday that Ghana gained independence; for a large number of […]