My husband, Nana Okofo Iture Kwaku I Ababio , a retired New York City firefighter and I were born and raised in New York City and have shared more than 30 years of our life together. Since moving to Ghana, West Africa, in 1990, we have been living in Iture - Elmina, the Central Region of Ghana, where Nana is a honorary Safohene ( Warrior Chief ). Our practical experiences have lead us to get involved in various aspects of Ghanaian culture, and have developed several programs to reunite our extended Afrikan families.
|POINTS TO PONDER|
|Points to Ponder contains valuable information for anyone returning to the Mother Land to live or to visit. This booklet prepares you for your visit by offering insights and information that many travel agents do not provide.:|
|RETURNING HOME AIN'T EASY BUT IS SURE IS A BLESSING|
|To re-locate is not a simple matter. It
requires a determination to succeed, a firm faith in God The Almighty, a
willingness and patience to learn and re-learn. IMAKHÜS, a great
achiever, has all these attributes and is lucky enough to have as her
husband, Nana Okofo an understanding and encouraging man. IMAHKÜS'
wisdom, extreme sensibility, and her sense of humor have helped the
"One Africa" couple to settle and make their home in Ghana.
Her open-mindedness has done this for her and her husband.
This book can also help those who may choose to walk the path of "Return". IMAHKÜS' book should be read by even those who do not intend to re-locate here because it is a book, which imparts valuable information about a country in Africa, one of the countries that many African-Americans repatriate to ... Ghana.
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