Ghanaian Famous Quotes & Sayings

11 Ghanaian Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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From all around the Third World,
You hear the same story;
Rulers
Asleep to all things at
All times -
Conscious only of
Riches, which they gather in a
Coma -
Intravenously
So that
You wouldn't know they were
Feeding if it was not for the
Occasional
Tell-tale trickle somewhere
Around the mouth.
And when they are jolted awake,
They stare about them with
Unseeing eyes, just
Sleepwalkers in a nightmare.
Ama Ata Aidoo Ghanaian Sayings By Ama Ata Aidoo: From all around the Third World,You hear the same story;RulersAsleep to all things atAll times
Clearly, she was enjoying herself to see that woman hurt. It was nothing she had desired. Nor did it seem as if she could control it, this inhuman sweet sensation to see another human being squirming. It hit her like a stone, the knowledge that there is pleasure in hurting. A strong three-dimensional pleasure, an exclusive masculine delight that is exhilarating beyond all measure. And this too is God's gift to man? She wondered.Ama Ata Aidoo Ghanaian Sayings By Ama Ata Aidoo: Clearly, she was enjoying herself to see that woman hurt. It was nothing she had
When the future you see is worse than the present, one begins to worry. And, oh, I speak of Ghanaian politicians. The tadpoles are out-jumping the toads.Nana Awere Damoah Ghanaian Sayings By Nana Awere Damoah: When the future you see is worse than the present, one begins to worry. And,
Dear Non-Black American,
when you comes to the United States, you become black.No matter of your origin. Stop saying you are Liberian, Jamaican, Belizean, Nigerian,
South African or Ghanaian. White America doesn't care about all that bull, that's why on the work application it doesn't give you the option to say Ghanaian or Jamaican, it says "African American.
Henry Johnson Jr Ghanaian Sayings By Henry Johnson Jr: Dear Non-Black American,when you comes to the United States, you become black.No matter of your
One had said, 'You say you come from Ghaanna? Then we have a lot in common!' Sissie didn't know what to do with the statement, uncertain of whether it was a threat or a promise.
'We had chiefs like you,' the Scot went on, 'who fought one another and all, while the Invader marched in.' Sissie thanked her, but also felt strongly that their kinship had better end right there.
Ama Ata Aidoo Ghanaian Sayings By Ama Ata Aidoo: One had said, 'You say you come from Ghaanna? Then we have a lot in
Sissie could see it all. In her uncertain eyes, on her restless hands and on her lips, which she kept biting all the time.
But oh, her skin. It seemed as if according to the motion of her emotions Marija's skin kept switching on and switching off like a two-colour neon sign. So that watching her against the light of the dying summer sun, Sissie could not help thinking that it must be a pretty dangerous matter, being white. It made you feel awfully exposed, rendered you terribly vulnerable. Like being born without your skin or something. As though the Maker had fashioned the body of a human, stuffed it into a polythene bag instead of the regular protective covering, and turned it loose into the world.
Lord, she wondered, is that why, on the whole, they have had to be extra ferocious? Is it so they could feel safe here on the earth, under the sun, the moon and the stars?
Ama Ata Aidoo Ghanaian Sayings By Ama Ata Aidoo: Sissie could see it all. In her uncertain eyes, on her restless hands and on
Inside me I'm Ghanaian, and I'm proud to be African. But of course I'm Italian. I was born in Italy. I've never been to Africa in my life, but I will go one day.Mario Balotelli Ghanaian Sayings By Mario Balotelli: Inside me I'm Ghanaian, and I'm proud to be African. But of course I'm Italian.
Listening to these stories reminded me of the words of the great Ghanaian novelist Ayi Kwei Armah: For seasons and seasons and seasons, all our movement has been going against our self, a journey into our killer's desire.Gloria Steinem Ghanaian Sayings By Gloria Steinem: Listening to these stories reminded me of the words of the great Ghanaian novelist Ayi
Because I am an African, I am a Ghanaian.Ama Ata Aidoo Ghanaian Sayings By Ama Ata Aidoo: Because I am an African, I am a Ghanaian.
Dear Non-American Black, when you make the choice to come to America, you become black. Stop arguing. Stop saying I'm Jamaican or I'm Ghanaian. America doesn't care.Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Ghanaian Sayings By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Dear Non-American Black, when you make the choice to come to America, you become black.
Both Bush as well as Tony Blair are undermining an idea [the United Nations]. Is this because the secretary general of the United Nations [Ghanaian Kofi Annan] is now a black man? They never did that when secretary generals were white.Nelson Mandela Ghanaian Sayings By Nelson Mandela: Both Bush as well as Tony Blair are undermining an idea [the United Nations]. Is