Set in Ghana, West Africa in the late 1960s, GHANAMAN is a coming of age story that traces the joys and hardships of 12 year old Kofi Mensah, and his adopted family, the Anamans. It is a story of love, friendship, betrayal, sacrifice, infidelity, survival and redemption. Will Kofi complete his formal education and fulfill his dream of helping his younger siblings in Sankor get out of poverty? How does a military coup daetat affect a young West African country? Will the Anaman family overcome political, economic, and social obstacles in the new Ghana? These are some of the questions answered in Kabudi Wanga Wanzalaas GHANAMAN.EKOW ANAMAN CAPE COAST, GHANAaNOVEMBER 1966 As early as nine oa#39; clo ck, parents, friends, and relatives ... sang hymns from the Methodist hymn book as well as several spiritual songs in various Ghanaian languages and dialects.
|Author||:||Kabudi Wanga Wanzala|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2012-05-18|