Akogun Akomolafe

  • 1 November 2018 at 08 : 04 AM

    A Letter to the African Patriot

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    A Letter to the African Patriot By Femi Akomolafe <femi@xs4all.nl>, 1994 [Note: Written in 1994 when the Internet was in its infancy, this is one of my earliest posts] I do not intend to start a war (flame or smoke) here. This letter is addressed to the African Patriot. Europeans and other foreigners are welcome […]

     

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  • 17 October 2018 at 08 : 53 AM

    Ghana: Much Ado about A Cathedral

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    Ghana: Much Ado about A Cathedral

    There is no question that President Nana Dankwa Akufo-Addo, a scion of one of Ghana’s most illustrious families, and son of a former president, is among the most qualified to ever to occupy the presidency of Ghana. The 72-year president, a very astute and experienced politician, told Ghanaians that he has extensively studied their problems […]

     

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  • 5 October 2018 at 08 : 39 AM

    Ghana: In Search of Controversy

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    The Ghanaian president, Nana Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is, undoubtedly, one of the most resilient politicians in the land. There is also no question that he was among the most qualified to ever sought the high office. The determination of this scion of one of Ghana’s most illustrious families, son of a former president, was also never […]

     

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  • 26 September 2018 at 03 : 06 AM

    Black Man’s Dilemma

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    BLACK MAN’S DILEMMA (This is one of my first articles on returning to Africa, after my studies/sojourn in Europe). I did not publish it until now, because I thought it was too severe, even by my own standards. I did not edit it to bring it up to date because the message remains essentially true!) […]

     

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  • 31 August 2018 at 14 : 31 PM

    Kenkey Consultant

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    Kenkey Consultant

    (a satire) Femi Akomolafe I was debugging a heavy-duty program when Kossi Gbade came in. I haven’t seen him in a very long time and his abject appearance distressed me. A time there was when Kossi and I see quite a lot of one another – it seems like ages ago now. How could life […]

     

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  • 29 June 2018 at 07 : 16 AM

    Rent a Londoner

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    Rent a Londoner

    (a satire)   My keeping Sunday as a Sabbath has no religious significance whatsoever. It’s just that human biology dictates that the body must be rested once in a while. As the Nigerians are wont to put it: ‘Body no be stone.’ It was like your average June morning in Kasoa – the heavens had […]

     

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  • 19 June 2018 at 14 : 26 PM

    Interview with Omoyele Sowore

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    Interview with Omoyele Sowore

        Nigerians are a case study in paradoxes. Back home, the 180 or so millions of them can hardly agree on anything. They bicker over almost everything from religion to ethnicity to revenue sharing to appointments of state officials. Agitators for restructuring the country appear hell-bent to tear it apart with Old-Testament fury. However, […]

     

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  • 18 June 2018 at 02 : 50 AM

    Ghana – uproar over proposed American Base

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    Ghana – uproar over proposed American Base

    (published in the New African magazine, June 2018)     Ghana is a paradox: the people love foreign, especially Western things, yet they remain resolutely patriotic. Few things move Ghanaians to anger than perceived assault on their sovereignty. Which makes it all the more baffling that their elderly president, Nana Akufo-Addo, will agree to a […]

     

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  • 30 March 2018 at 11 : 07 AM

    Africa: Destroyed by the gods – Free Chapter

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        Chapter 3: Stop teaching the bible to children   FREE CHAPTER. Kindly share with all your contacts. You can read and download the introduction to the book here Africa: Destroyed by the gods on Kindle books at this link Africa: Destroyed by the gods on Amazon books at this link   “You believe […]

     

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  • 30 March 2018 at 10 : 30 AM

    Introduction to Femi Akomolafe’s 5 Books

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    Introduction to Femi Akomolafe’s 5 Books

      Greetings, Friends. I thank those of you who have purchased my books. To those who are yet to buy their copies, I beseech you: the books are still available. Here are short introductions, plus the links where you can buy your copies. Best wishes, Femi Akomolafe   18 African Fables & Moonlight Stories 18 […]

     

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