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When I thought his last authored book, I Speak of Ghana, was a compelling replete of the Ghanaian narrative, Nana Awere Damoah takes us on another cerebration which could linger in your memory for a long time.
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Nana Awere Damoah has a way with words. His writing is deep and creative, which paints a vivid picture of what he is addressing, and, of course, makes the reader yearn to know what happens next.
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Nana has an interesting way of drawing our attention to the important issues that face our society. By weaving a good dose of humor into his satirical pieces, he allows us the rare opportunity to laugh and reflect on the issues.
Nigerians have done us proud. They have had an impossible time under the Jonathan government. The country has endured an insurgency from Boko Haram in the North, high rates of youth unemployment, frightening levels of corruption, growing poverty and a weak economy. 558 more words
Last August 8th back in the days when my output was on Mindful Money I took a look at the economy of Ghana. This had received praise from quite a few different areas as I pointed out. 1,504 more words