Quotes by Ghanaian authors
People like me thought America was the best place to be creative, to be free to create, to have the freedom to be who you are.
Often we mistake stability, in terms of security and economic activity, to mean a country is doing well. We forget the third and important pillar: rule of law and respect for human rights.
We cannot allow situations where leaders threaten war on television or on Twitter.
Together with Milan and our media team, we released a statement clearly stating it was a hoax and there was no truth in the rumour that I had Ebola. And that's when the whole thing started to die down. Still, it took about two days or so for people to actually stop talking about it.
Hippos kill more people in Africa annually than any other wild animal.
In the 21st century, I believe the mission of the United Nations will be defined by a new, more profound awareness of the sanctity and dignity of every human life, regardless of race or religion.
'British Vogue' is a great magazine with a legacy of creativity and innovation.
If one is going to err, one should err on the side of liberty and freedom.
Across Africa there is what I call a colonialist mentality or orthodoxy. Orthodoxy in the sense that a lot of things have gone wrong in Africa in the post-colonial period. And time and time again, any time something went wrong, the leadership claims that it was never their fault.
Change is a process which has to be managed.
We must ensure that the global market is embedded in broadly shared values and practices that reflect global social needs, and that all the world's people share the benefits of globalization.
We have the means and the capacity to deal with our problems, if only we can find the political will.
Eating insects is good for the environment and balanced diets.
I grew up in an African household, so lots of chicken, lots of rice. We ate Jollof rice, a very West African dish.
I've grown up in Atleti and I am sure I will stay here. I don't know of another place that will understand how I play like they do here.
There is nothing more classic in the realm of casual than jeans and a white tee - a look that is inherently Americana and reminiscent of the American Dream - an optimistic dream of opportunity, individuality, freedom, and the embodiment of one living their truth.
For me, fashion succeeds when it says something about the times we live in.
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