Ghana's honorary consul in Capetown hosts public lecture to commemorate Ghana's 60th Independence Anniversary.

10 Mar 2017
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DodGhana's Honorary Consul to Capetown, Rev. Dr. Micheal Twum Darko, hosted a public lecture on the "life of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah" at 6:00pm on Monday, 6th March 2017, in commemoration of Ghana's 60th Independence Anniversary.

Delivering the lecture was Prof. Kwesi Kwaa Prah, a renowned Ghanaian and African Sociologist and Anthropologist who was a school boy in the days of Ghana's first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and has studied extensively on the life, policy, principles and beliefs of the African legend.

Interlaced, with anecdotes on the seasons and the times, as well as developments thereafter, Prof. Prah enthralled his audience with a renewed understanding of colonialism and neo colonialism, and an insight of the African challenge from an African perspective.

Present at the lectures were the Honorary Consuls of Madagascar, Georgia, Denmark and Maldives to Capetown, the Consul General of Angola to Capetown, Senior Officials from the Office of the Premiere of Western Cape, the Founder and partners of AfriNEAD, Stellenbosch University.

Representing the Ghana High Commission at the event were Mr. Gilbert Sebik, Minister/Trade and Mrs. Elizabeth Sarpomaa Dodoo, Minister-Counsellor/ Information and Diaspora Affairs.

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