Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Picture Speaks: At the Launch of Kofi Akpabli's Humorous Travelogue, A Sense of Savannah - Tales of a Friendly Walk Through Northern Ghana

The second Picture Speaks in the past two yeas features a shot from the launch of Kofi Akpali's humorous travelogue: Sense of Savannah, Tales of a Friendly Walk through Northern Ghana.

In the Middle is M. K. B. Asante, a renowned Diplomat and Statesman, followed by the author Kofi Akpabli (in spectacles). The Book was launched at the National Theatre on March 31, 2011 and copies are currently available at all Bookshops in Ghana: Silverbird, Legon Bookshop etc.


  1. Would search for this book at the appropriate time.

  2. Haven't yet read mine, skim through though

  3. I will be interested in hearing what you think of this one when you finish it, Nana.

  4. Akpabli, you are a motivation for young Africans like me. God bless you in all your works.


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