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Narmer Amenuti

Narmer Amenuti (Dances With Lions) was born by The River, deep within the heartlands of Ghana, in Ntoaboma. He is a Public Intellectual from the Sankoré School, a Temple of the African Prophetic Tradition. He remains the only surviving speaker of Vebantu, the Ancestral Tongue to most West African languages. As a Culture Critic from the Sankoré School (of Critical Theory) and a Guan Rhythmmaker, he is a dilettante, a dissident and a gadfly, and he eschews promotional intellectualism. He maintains strict anonymity and invites intellectuals and lay people alike to honest debate. He reads every comment.

~ Success Corrupts; Usefulness Exalts! ~ Narmer!

Hard Men, Soft Men, An African Dilemma in the Twenty-First Century

NTOABOMA -- As a young child, dinner was always special. Though I lived at my grandmother’s family home, I couldn't dine with my grandmother and the other lovely women I had come to recognize...

The Advent of Global Insanity

“The more connected you become with Asase Yaa — even lying bare-naked on Her — the more grounded your ego, pretensions, and appetites, and the richer the soil of your soul becomes.  Grounding enables...

The Barbarism of Private Debt

In the “The Lord's Prayer” the best-known prayer of Jesus the Christ, instead of the current translation “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us,” the original Greek text for...

Gross Naiveté Or Total Corruption: Or How The Asantehene Described The Commonwealth As the...

The Commonwealth was born out of an inhumane contract with Ghana. Kwame Nkrumah became the first democratically elected political leader of the territory of Ghana in 1957 in a contract he signed with the...

The Truth. Major Mahama (R.I.P), Superstition, Galamsey & The Volta Region

Now that he's buried, no one can even insult the dead if they tried. So, let's get to the bottom of the whole story. According to official sources at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), the...

Burkina Faso President Still Defiant Amidst Protests

Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore says he will stay in power for a year under a transitional government, following a day of violent protests demanding his resignation. Further, contained in a press statement signed by...

The Cocoa Slave Plantations of Africa in the 21st Century

NTOABOMA -- Chocolate means little to my grandmother. In fact, growing up in the average village that was Ntoaboma in the middle of the country now called Ghana, I knew little of the sugar...

Europeans, Not All Humans, Are Destroying the Earth

God Is Near: But How The Abrahamic Faiths Ostracize Him For Mass Consumption. If you are not yet aware, I am happy to repeat: Caucasian nations have pushed the planet to the brink of utter...

Ebola Trials Proceed Despite Broad Opposition By Africans

Even though African medical professionals continue to press for more traditional ways of managing the Ebola disease in patients - rehydration therapy, with a proven survival stat of 90 percent or more - a...

The Probability of Winning an Election in Ghana

NTOABOMA—I’ve read, from my humble village, several media reports about the failed attempts in predicting Ghana’s “change-election.” Nana Akufo-Addo, 72, defeated President John Mahama, 58, by a margin of 10 percentage points to become...