“I speak of Ghana” is a book that one can never get tired of reading. It keeps you picturing all that goes on in GH. As Ghanaians, we have a way of making fun of every problem we encounter as a nation; it calms our nerves so we say. Some of the issues are so funny that I am tempted to laugh but at the same time I feel sad. Sad because instead of us progressing we are rather retrogressing. The book reflects our attitude, perceptions, and oh our lack of sense of urgency, misplaced priorities on and on and on. A must read book as well as all his books for every Ghanaian, and the Africa continent at large. Way to go Nana, I speak of Ghana part 2 will not be bad. Well done.