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Harmattan: A Cultural Profile of Northern Ghana
National tourism journalist and travel writer, Kofi Akpabli cut his teeth as a freelancer in the Northern border town of Paga. After a dozen years of reporting and bagging awards, and having gone round the world, he still shows that his umbilical cord is tied to his place. His second book about Northern Ghana explores the landscape and how the various people engage their culture and environment. Harmattan is about the wind of change that can happen to a place.
“What makes Harmattan enjoyable is that it is reflective, sometimes philosophical but like the author himself, always lighthearted.” Madam Melanie Kassie, Sirigu
“Insightful. Incisive. Interesting. Kofi Akpabli’s love affair with the three Northern Regions doesn’t seem to have ended.” TREC
“There is as much about Ghana, in this book, as there is about the North. The ultimate testament to Ghana’s savannah zone.” Business and Financial Times
Kofi Akpabli is a Ghanaian academic, journalist, publisher, tourism consultant and cultural activist. He is a two-time winner of the CNN Multichoice African Journalist for Arts and Culture Awards. His latest work ‘Made in Nima’ has been featured in the new Commonwealth Anthology which was published in May 2016 Safe House: Explorations into Creative Non-Fiction.
Akpabli has four books to his credit and currently works as a lecturer at Central University College in Ghana. He is a founding member of Ghana Cultural Forum and has participated in Xplore FrankfurtRheinemann 2012, Tallberg Forum, Sweden 2011, Berlin Art Festival 2010 and the Düsseldorf Art Preview 2010.