Not here to be governed.

The writer is a Ghanaian woman with something to say about the state of affairs – politics, feminism, food and everything between.

14 thoughts on “About

  1. We have I Ghana here where an MP said school of the tress, developmental country Mr Azure did not see anything wrong with that, twenty second of second Azure did not hear all these. You said all that wanted to say . Thank you and may Allah bless you


  2. Hi Nana Ama I’ve been listening to you on Citi fm for over a year now ans I must say that your passion excites me each and every time I hear your political opinions. I’m so excited I stumbled on this blog and I can’t wait to read your views on whatever category you speak on


  3. Nyamewaa, I’d appreciate it a great deal if you could get in touch with me via Facebook (keseboa). I’m a Ghanaian sociologist doing an article on young Ghanaian feminists and would like to interview you if you don’t mind.


  4. I am on my way to Accra. I did my thesis on this issue back in 2011-13 in Ghana as well. I hope you will have time to meet. It is always a joy to meet people with the ability to open and read a book.

    Best regards
    Mathias Søgaard

    PS: Sorry for not adding my email, but I am trying to avoid 419-letters.
    I am on twitter @mathiasgaard and on facebook: /mathiasgaard


  5. Dear Nana, am pleased and inspired by your writings. A am Masters in Gender Studies Student in the School of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala- Uganda. I would want to contact you for further and important discussion. I would be grateful to hear from you soon.


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