Anane Agyei is a strategic communications consultant and writer with a strong passion for championing African excellence. His writings highlight the values, ideals, and philosophies underpinning the leadership architecture of the indigenous African society and the exemplary achievements of states and people who have immeasurably impacted history. He specialised in Public Relations and Journalism for a Master’s degree at the School of Communication Studies, University of Ghana, Legon. In addition, he holds a Bachelor’s degree in English with Information Studies, also from Legon and a Diploma in Professional English from Cambridge International College, UK. He is a PhD candidate at the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ghana.
Anane, a member of the Ghana Association of Writers (GAW), possesses many seminal publications, including ‘Ghana’s Brong- Ahafo Region: The Story of an African Society in the Heart of the World’ (2012); and ‘Inaugural Addresses of Elected Ghanaian Leaders and an Overview of Ghana’s Political History (2022).
As a consultant, Anane has consulted for several reputable institutions, including the National Theatre of Ghana. He has also participated in high-profile local and international conferences. In 2019 Anane Agyei was honoured by the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) for ‘his outstanding contributions to tourism in Ghana.