The Boy from Africa: Growing Up in Ghana(2 Edition)

By Jerry Sarkwah

Young adult | Paperback, eBook

“I am a man of many names, names given to me by the people I have met, names I have taken to honor them, and this is my story.” So THE BOY FROM AFRICA begins, the story of Kwame Peter Matthew “Black-Photo” Mac-White Blackteng, a young man in Ghana growing up in a world where orphans are left to the tender ministrations indifferent adults. From his early years where he served as a hired hand on a farm, missing school due to the costs and the requirements too steep to bear, to his later years when he was befriended by a man in a collar, his story relates the adventures of a boy who is wise in his heart and careful with his words...

Jerry Sarkwah is a professional teacher, author and writer. He is thirty-seven years old, is married to Felicia O. Sarkwah, and teaches science. In 2007 he enrolled in the Wiawso College of Education and obtained his diploma in an examination conducted by University of Cape Coast. He then pursued his Bachelor of Education degree in 2014 at the University of Education, Winneba. POVERTY AND COUP D’ÉTAT IN AFRICA is his second book.



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