nkrumah, toure, kieta /modern ghana Public Policy 

Looking Back: When Ghana, Guinea and Mali tried to become one nation

    Although the dream of a United States of Africa has been situated in African intellectual history for nearly 100 years, the first substantial attempt to bring that dream to life was an ambitious project spearheaded by Ghana’s first president, Kwame Nkrumah. After leading Ghana to independence in 1957, Nkrumah thought the feat was “meaningless unless it is linked up to the total liberation of the African continent”. It is very necessary to point out that this famous quote was uttered on the eve of Ghana’s independence to a jubilant…

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progressives, Nyan, Tokpa, Gongloe, Liberian Listener Op-ed 

The Vanguard Progressives peoples movement must unite now or never!

  By Mustapha Kanneh   Senator Abraham Dillion’s recent victory is a clear verdict and manifestation that the ruling establishment has lost grip not just on Montserrado but has also lost grip on the masses; which should send a clear message to Pan African Progressive Forces in the land to unite now and come forward at the barricade, and begin planning and thinking of strategies to use for the upcoming revolution to be waged for the Liberian people.  Already, the first stage of the revolution has been orchestrated by the…

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