Amazon Review by Kwabena Brako

Being a research student in a university ranked among the best in the world, demand and expectations can easily keep you away from other non-academic activities. I however risked deadlines to complete reading ‘ I Speak of Ghana ‘ for a second time. Having personally experienced some of what the book discusses, I dare say there isn’t another book that vividly captures life in Ghana in the most humorous language.The content is well structured in the clearest of expressions and the cover design, beautifully African! For the youth of Ghana and widely speaking, Africa, I would say this is a positive addition to resources for navigating our way out of the many challenges we face daily. And for the rest of the world, this is probably the only book that tells all there is about Ghana in less than 250 pages. You definitely need this book if you are keen on knowing about Ghana from a local! Thank you Nana for yet another outstanding literary work.


By: Kwabena Brako, UCL Biomaterials Research Group

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