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Letter to my Daughter.

Dear Our President,

Ever since my cousin Lamisi wrote you a letter through me, more letters have started coming in. I am glad of this fact, because it saves my poor ears from all the hot whispers they previously had to endure. 1,148 more words

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Traveling around Ghana: Elmina and Cape Coast

Throughout our month in Ghana, students will have a number of opportunities to travel around the country.  These trips will give us an opportunity to view different kinds of cities or urban communities in southern Ghana.  429 more words

"Momoni"

Dear Our President,

I hope you are well. I really need some of your stamina. In between talking to other lapors and travelling through the land with my ears and eyes wide open, I am very tired. 688 more words

Social Commentary

Welcome To Ghana: CAPE COAST CASTLE

Hi Beloveds!

Welcome to another episode fro my Welcome To Ghana Series. In this episode I head with my family to Cape Coast Castle which was a major slave port during the Atlantic Slave Trade. 92 more words

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Elmina Castle - A dark history

Seeped in history, Cape Coast, especially Elmina where I visited, remains original to its culture, history and its people. A proud fishing district.

I visited Elmina Castle, a former slave castle owned by the Portuguese and Dutch from 1471 to 1814. 139 more words

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Cape Coast Castle

I was lucky enough to do a weekend trip to Cape Coast. It is probably one of the few places that I’ve traveled to around Ghana where I wish I could of stayed longer.   517 more words

Cape Coast, Day 5: Above the treetops and into the past

Today has mostly been a catch-up day for work and we spent all of it in the hotel, so nothing of note to report for day 6 in Accra. 2,340 more words

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