The Side We Choose to See


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This book gives a breathtakingly vivid account of twelve stories of women who are incarcerated in Ghana, West Africa. The narration combines real life stories with a tinge of fiction to keep the reader continuously engaged to the point of falling off their seat, in shock. Each narration is unique with regards to the story line and draws out intricate details of how the crimes were perpetuated by the imprisoned women some of who still profess their innocence. Based on the stories beautifully narrated, relevant thoughts and lessons are drawn out based on the Author’s perspective. The reader is also given an opportunity to make judgements for themselves after immersing themselves into a particular story. The stories are different yet they are interwoven by one theme: Crime.

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Abena Asomaning Antwi

Dr. Abena Asomaning Antwi is a health economist and human rights advocate. She has experience in both the public and private sectors in Ghana. She has established an NGO called Angel-Zoe Foundation which supports women and juveniles in prison.

She has been awarded for her contribution to the society under 2013 Personality of the Future (PIPA) by The French government; 2013 MTN Heroes of change award for social protection; 2016 Glitz Women of the Year award for Advocacy; the 62nd Point of Light Award by Her Majesty the Queen of England (2018); and Femme de jour recognition for Africa by President Emmanuel Macron of France (2019).

She is resourceful and passionate about women and youth empowerment. She is a wife, a mother of four, a sister and a friend.

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