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Unity in Pluralism: It’s a-one-nation-several-tongues distin

Unity in Pluralism: It’s a-one-nation-several-tongues distin by Komla Selikem @komla_sg The English language became part of our national linguistic repertoire...
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The Battle of Hashtags: Political Astroturfing in Ghana

The Battle of Hashtags: Political Astroturfing in Ghana By AFI BOTA POBEE In Ghana, election years are characterized by mammoth...
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Review: ‘Brass Neck’ by Victoria Naa Takia Nunoo

Review: 'Brass Neck' by Victoria Naa Takia Nunoo  Publisher: RLFPA EditionsPublished: 01/26/2020An Exercise in Rejecting Permission by Giving PermissionIn Victoria...
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Unsung ­— Mahoney P and the Origins of Hiplife in Ghana

Image credit: Album sleeve of 'Ebe Ye Yie' released in 1994 Unsung ­— Mahoney P and the Origins of Hiplife...
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“Why is our hair alien to us?”: A journey to owning my natural hair

“Why is our hair alien to us?”: A journey to owning my natural hair “Why is your hair permed,” my...
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KOJO CUE’S ‘FOR MY BROTHERS’ — The Progressive Album of the Year

Album Cover of Kojo Cue's 'For my Brothers' KOJO CUE’S ‘FOR MY BROTHERS’ — The Progressive Album of the Year...
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WHAT CAN’T WE JOKE ABOUT? OPINIONS ON OB AMPONSAH’S ‘MAHAMA’ SAGA

The comedian, OB Amponsah WHAT CAN'T WE JOKE ABOUT? OPINIONS ON OB AMPONSAH'S 'MAHAMA' QUIP The star comedian, OB Amponsah...
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The Woman’s Buttocks and the Helpless Man — Reading Medikal’s lyric “aboa, wo to nono”

The Woman’s Buttocks and the Helpless Man - Reading Medikal's lyric, "aboa, wo to nono" Aboa, wo to nono is...
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Ayesha Haruna Attah’s ‘A Hundred Wells of Salaga’ and Historical Fiction in Northern Ghana: A Review

Ayesha Haruna Attah’s 'A Hundred Wells of Salaga' and Historical Fiction in Northern Ghana: A Review It is clear that...
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‘You are a Villager’: An insult to unlearn

‘You are a Villager’: An insult to unlearn "I'm from far away. That’s why".  The legendary late comedian, Super OD...
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