Monthly Archives: November 2017

Asako wɔ Gaana

  Asakokyerɛ wɔ Gaana nna fam koraa. Ɛno nti na ɛho hia pa ara. Wohwɛ a, obiara nim asiako ahodoɔ a ɛwɔ hɔ. Nanso, Abibiko deɛ, nnipa bebree nnim ho hwee. Ɛno yɛ kwansideɛ a ɛdi mu akotene wɔ adekyerɛ yi mu. Ɛno akyi, nkurɔfoɔ pii nso gye di sɛ asako yɛ asa nko ara.…
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Yɛgyina hɔ pintinn!

  Nnansa yi, asako no aba fam' pa ara, nanso, yɛgu so. Ɛberɛ a yɛhunu sɛ dodoɔ na ɛrekɔ nkwaseadan akɔsom buronihunu bi, yɛnim sɛ ɛnni sɛ yɛpa aba ɛfiri sɛ nkurɔfoɔ adwene nyɛ adwuma saa berɛ a yɛwɔ mu yi. Yɛnim sɛ daakye bi nti na yɛrebiri yɛn mogya ani. Nkyirimma bɛhunu sɛ deɛ…
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What is Abibifahodie?

What is Abibifahodie? Quite simply, Abibifahodie translates to Afrikan Liberation. It is a term coined by Dr. Ọbádélé Kambon that encapsulates the need for Afrikan Diasporans with sense to take agency and create the terms that express our political exigencies rather than waiting for them to be created for us by our cousins who may…
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