Monday, February 18, 2019

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!

The Parable of The Cunning Dog

NTOABOMA—I write you with love from the best place under the Sun in my estimation, Ntoaboma. Dear all, I have inherited the Parable of the Cunning Dog from my great grandmother, Mama Su, who...

Ghana’s Ethnic Politics of Organized Irresponsibility: Anti-Ewe Politics At the University of Education, Winneba

BROOKLYN—After reading Professor Raymond Atuguba’s statement alleging tribalism for the removal of Professor Mawutor Avoke and Dr. Theopholus Senyo Akorlie from office as Vice-Chancellor and Finance Officer, respectively of the University of Education, Winneba...

The Beatification of A River Crossing: Or How the Modern Day Asantehene Crosses River...

There’s a reason why all leaders of Asante swore to never cross River Pra into Akyem territory—after all its founder, Osei Tutu, was shot in his canoe by a small battalion of Akyem soldiers...

Ghana President Akufo-Addo: His Longing to Be White

The part of British terrorism of the Gold Coast that lingers even after some 65 years is the English language. Most Ghanaians who study this language in colonial and missionary schools, including the president...

Ghana’s Akufo-Addo Government: The Unremitting Banality And Inconceivable Terror

Akufo-Addo’s increasingly dangerous, incendiary attacks on Ghanaians who dare to critique his office came to a height when he nailed to the cross all pundits who questioned his government’s outright sale of ancestral lands...

Ghana’s Cathedrals & Cutlasses: Or How Jesus Said Turn the Other Cheek, God Said...

Owning a cutlass, or a machete, can mean many things to different people. A man wielding a cutlass, on his way to the farm, in broad day light Kigali, Rwanda, can inevitably evoke terrifying...

My Ancient Dream: Kewunor, Ada, vs. Ian Morris’ Tresacco Hilton Hotel

Dreams are a repository of the paintings of things often times unthinkable. Dreams stretch our sense of imagination. They also remind us about the direct consequences of our actions in real time. But dreams...

Ian Morris of Tresacco-Hilton Is a Thug: Leader of A Neocolonialist Gang Terrorizing Kewunor,...

We live in a period of absurdities. However, that doesn’t mean that it must not be challenged with the full force of the will. Ghana is plunged under the electrifying awe of corporate capitalism...

Korle Bu: How Ghanaians Ditched Traditional Medicine & Opted For Western-Styled Graveyards

Ghana's deplorable healthcare system is a symptom of a larger existential issue. The mass genocide of West Africa’s old literary cultures at the hands of Almoravid terrorists from the North starting in the twelfth century,...

Ghana—Drones For Medicine Delivery And How Our President Reads The Puffington Post

Ghana—a forced collection of African ethnic groups by European colonial pirates—has yet to achieve nationhood since its inception in 1957. Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, side-stepped the issue of nation-building by opting rather...