Wednesday, April 25, 2018
NTOABOMA—Akans have a popular proverb: "Aboa bi beka wo a, na ofiri wo ntoma mu." This statement literally translates: "For an insect to bite you, it must come up close, and it must certainly be already carefully lodged within your clothes." Else it has very little chance. Few insects...

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The NTOABOMA Conspiracy: Freedom vs. The Bastard Sons of Ghana’s Erstwhile Slave Trading Cartels

NTOABOMA—Kwame Nkrumah became the first democratically elected political leader of the territory of Ghana in 1957, a contract he signed with the barbaric British Empire, which was wounded and retreating, yet determined and unwilling to let-go of its former slave-colonies at the end of...

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