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Directorial debut Walk With Me by Kwame Asante Ofori screens at AFRIFF

Kwame Asante Ofori

A documentary-short by Ghanaian film director Kwame Asante Ofori titled ‘Walk With Me‘, recently screened at the November 2018 Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) in Nigeria where TheAfricanDram.net caught up with the producer to learn more about it. AFRIFF has annually held in Nigeria since 2010 and is a film festival that features award shows and film training classes. This year …

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Choral Extravaganza celebrates Ghana’s 61st Independence Anniversary in the US

Choirs of the Ghana Wesley United Methodist Church (GWUMC) of Woodbridge, and Alfred Street Baptist Church Trinity Choir (ASBCTC) of Alexandria, both respectively in Virginia, United States (US), treated music enthusiasts and members of the public to beautiful choral performances on March 3, 2018 at the Saint Paul Methodist United Church in Woodbridge, Virginia. Dubbed the ‘Choral Extravaganza For Ghana’s …

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Cojo Tee ​new music video AJOA​ satirize moral decay

New music video — Ajoa — according to Cojo Tee, is a “lyrical satire about some young women who indulge in short cuts to make a living by solely depending on their beauty to entice men with their physique and bodily curves.” The US based Ghanaian musician says such women risk getting impregnated without husbands, diseases or hopelessness. “My video Ajoa …

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Howard University Provost Anthony Wutoh 7th recipient of Bouchet Award

Howard University Provost Dr. Anthony K. Wutoh received the Edward Bouchet Legacy Award at Howard University Graduate School’s twelfth annual Bouchet Forum at on October 12, 2017. The honor was bestowed on the Provost at the University’s Interdisciplinary Research Building in Washington DC, United States (US). Dr. Wutoh who becomes the seventh recipient of the Edward Bouchet Legacy Award has led …

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Is the Ghana media already failing the future of Ghana?

The media is a powerful institution. Per the 1992 constitution of Ghana, it is the fourth estate of the realm. No doubt those who put together the constitution knew the powerful role the media must, should and will play as the years go by. But what do we see these days, the supposed powerful institution of the media has now …

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Akwaboah drops Visuals for Sanbra in video that simply epitomizes Ghana

Akwaboah in image courtesy his YouTube

It’s always a breath of fresh air to see quality work churn out of Ghana in West Africa, which is why we have become super-excited here at TheAfricanDream.net about the music video of Gladstorm Kwabena Akwaboah Jnr., the Ghanaian musician popularly known as Akwaboah. We first saw Akwaboah’s video titled Sanbra which was premiered on his YouTube channel February 9, 2020. Sanbra, the …

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I want to naturally help awaken the minds of our people — Yahoshua Williams

This is the third and final installment in my series of conversations conducted with African-Americans who moved from the United States (US) to establish new lives in Ghana and along the journey became citizens of Ghana. I had this last chat with Yahoshua Williams. To read my first publication with Tahira Mohammed and the second one with Masao Meroe click …

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