click here Summer may have ended, but the travel don’t stop! We here at Griots Republic pride ourselves in providing you with not only excellent content that is informative, educational and always relevant; we also enjoy highlighting destinations and shedding light on history and culture that may not be as well known by the masses. Welcome to Destination Ghana!
https://www.handdy.com/accounts/ buy generic viagra online no prescription First up, writer contributor Veronica Webb gives us insight from an ex-pat’s perspective on all things from living in Ghana, to the former president Kwame Nkrumah, who led the country to independence in 1957. Next, we explore the Maroon people of the Americas and the cultural connections with the Motherland – specifically Ghana and Nigeria. Then we get your fingers snappin’ with some Ghanaian Highlife music and Go-Go (DMV stand up!) as we explore the Backyard Band’s Back2Africa project. And no issue on an African country would be complete without exploring the food!
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