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Documentary on History of Ghana premieres as part of Ghana 60 years on

Of critical focus in the film, is the famous contest between Ghana’s First President Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah, and J.B. Danquah, which is highlighted with some new answers and perspectives that were found during the producers’ research.
Some key national figures interviewed in the documentary, include Prof. S.O. Gyandoh, a professor of Law, Justice Date-Bahh, former Supreme Court judge, Justice Emil Short, first Commissioner on Human Rights and Administrative Justice in Ghana and Prof. Gareth Austin, History Professor, Cambridge University.
The others are Prof. Akosua Perbi, Department of History (University of Ghana), Prof. Gareth Austin , history professor at Cambridge University and Madam Sarah grant, 90 year old daughter of the late Paa Grant, a merchant and politician in the Gold Coast, who founded and became the first president of the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) in 1947, with the goal of achieving self-government.
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Ghana/Starrfmonline.com/103.5FM

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