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Founder of GAJ, Fred K. Kyeremeh Speaks at NBMAA

(GAJ)  The Founder and Editor of the Ghanaian American Journal, Mr. Fred Kojo Kyeremeh spoke at the New Britain Museum of American Art, on Monday, December 4, 2017. He was invited to speak to the Docents, a group of dedicated volunteers who provide guided tours to over 50,000 visitors and ...

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Storytellers In Fashion 2017

featuring 54 Kingdoms and Friends Comedy | Fashion | Music | Poetry On Saturday, December 30, 2017, 54 Kingdoms will celebrate the fifth year anniversary of its trademark platform and annual event, Storytellers In FashionTM. The concept first introduced at the famous Shrine Harlem in New York City on December ...

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Akufo-Addo: Africa’s march of democracy hard to reverse

The president of Ghana talks to Al Jazeera about his country’s democratic success and his hopes for the continent. Typically associated in international media with political instability, disease, poverty, corruption, dictatorships and a lack of human rights and democracy, African countries struggle to deconstruct the stereotypes. One of the few ...

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Ghana must offer asylum to Mugabe – Ablakwa

The Minority Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs is asking Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo to grant an asylum to the resigned Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa believes Ghana will be the safest haven for the Pan-Africanist who announced his resignation from office Tuesday, after 37 years in power. The North ...

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Ordinary families, Extraordinary Children: The Journeys of Two Ghanaian-American Students to Harvard and Yale

Fall College Series By: F.  Kojo Kyeremeh The Ghanaian American Journal (GAJ) sat down with two Ghanaian-American youngsters; Kevin Adusei from Worcester, Massachusetts who was admitted to Harvard University this Fall; and Kofi Adofo Ansong from Manchester, Connecticut who also enrolled to Yale University. As part of GAJ’s Fall College ...

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