In April, Sam Jonah addressed the Rotary Club of Accra. Baffour Ankomah discusses his talk and why what he had to say is so very vital to Ghana at this time.
The roots of the African lives matter discussion go to the fact that Africa is poor – and it is poor because of Western policies, says Baffour Ankomah
Faced with the mounting threat of Covid-19 and with an eye on the December elections, Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo is once again making extravagant pledges
As the world joins hands to demonstrate against the killing in broad daylight of unarmed George Floyd, Africa by and large has remained silent. This is a shameful stance and must change says editor-at-large Baffour Ankomah
Independent Ghana is 63 years old but its lifetime has been one of missed opportunities. Baffour Ankomah reflects on the lost legacy of its first president, Kwame Nkrumah
New African’s Editor-at-Large is working on a book that will set the record straight on the negative myths pedalled about Africa