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Emmanuel.K. Bensah · March, 2007

Emmanuel.K.Bensah is a Communications Officer (Web Journalist) for a leading African non-profit organisation Third World Network-Africa, which works on seeking, through research and advocacy, to provide policy space on gender, trade and development-related issues.

He has been a keen blogger since March 2005, maintaining four blogs regularly, including Trials and Tribulations of a Freshly-Arrived Denizen…of Ghana, which has been featured on Global Voices since August 2005; as well as creating the first daily photo blog from Africa, which you can read here: http://accradailyphoto.blogspot.com.

Emmanuel has many interests, and few passions, which are: regional integration; UN issues; diplomatic history; community advocacy; and international development issues.

He is acting President of the Ghana Association of Journalists in ICT (GHAJICT), whose blog you can check here: http://ghajict.blogspot.com

You can find out more about him by visiting http://www.ekbensah.net

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Latest posts by Emmanuel.K. Bensah from March, 2007

3 March 2007

Ghana: Perspectives of Ghana at 50

Like most Sub-Saharan Africans, Ghanians use the English language—not only as a lingua franca, but also as the official language. They use English on top of many local languages—and dialects—spoken...

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