Evans A. Adu-Gyamfi, a member of the Ghana Association of Writers, loves to sharing knowledge through writing and public speaking. Until early 2020, he was a columnist for Integrity Magazine and has authored a number of articles published in the Business & Financial Times, Business 24 E-newspaper, and many online portals.
Evans is a member of Toastmasters International since March 2011. Together with his friend, Mr. Joe Lartey the ace retired broadcaster, in 2019 Evans published The Dawn of Ghana Toastmasters a book that, among others, tells the history of how the first club of Toastmasters International was formed in Ghana. In 2016 he founded Great-Age Global, a social enterprise with the aim to “address the needs of the elderly in society by harnessing the potential of youth power”.

  • A Toast to Fatherhood

    This book – A Toast To Fatherhood – primarily addresses the subject of fatherhood from the perspective of sons and daughters. The book builds on the common knowledge that a son or daughter is anyone born by a woman. Here, a father is defined to mean more than just biological father.

    Through the chapters of A Toast to Fatherhood, the author seamlessly shares real life stories in addressing some thought-provoking issues related to the child-father relationship. These include:

    • What is fatherhood: Is it a divinely initiated human institution or a mere collection of individuals called fathers?
    • Why do son and daughters wait for their fathers to die before they find beautiful words in tributes to read over the dead bodies?
    • And if so, then why shouldn’t you and I propose a toast to fatherhood and to fathers while they are alive?

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