Letters to Nnaa Naama


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Letters to Nnaa Naama is a collection of the author’s experiences, thoughts, feelings and expectations during a 10-month stay in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the United States of America. In these letters, she takes the reader on an imaginary journey, focusing on aspects of the USA she thinks Ghana could learn from in order to be a prosperous nation.

Nnaa Naama (Grandmother Naama) is the name of her maternal grandmother. The author uses her to represent the ordinary Ghanaian citizen. It is the hope of the author that this book will cause a transformation in the psyche of the Ghanaian, that the prosperity of this country lies in the hands of each and every Ghanaian citizen

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Weight 0.5 kg
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Pascaline K. Songsore

Pascaline Kuunzungla Songsore has twelve years’ experience in Higher Education Administration. She currently heads the Thesis Office at the School of Graduate Studies at the University of Ghana. Prior to working in this role, she spent six years at the Public Affairs Directorate at the University of Ghana as Head of the Documentation and Information Unit. A proud old student of Holy Child School, Cape Coast, she holds a Master of Arts Degree in Communication Studies, with specialisation in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations and an undergraduate degree is in English and Theatre Arts, both from the University of Ghana. Pascaline is also the author of Everyday Values for Sunday School Children, a collection of 10 short stories on 10 values. She is also working on an animation series on values for Children.

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