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Slave to Foreign Culture

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by Harry Hayford
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Slave to Foreign Culture by Harry Hayford

Kobena yaw bosomtwiis one anybody thought will never change .the mother was maame araba praba and father ekowgyan`and yaw bosomtwiwas born in1912 .ekow lived in kwansarado as carpenterand he made stools and etc he had a farm he inherited from the uncle ekow was a cool guy he came from akuapem land he came to kwansarado at age12 to live with an uncle brother of the mother and he could speak fante ,akuapem and ahanta.he went to work early and came back Late DOING HIS WORK EVERY LOVED HIM he lived in a building built by his uncle and he lived with his female cousins and they all farmed

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Size: 8 KB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781312801776 (DRM-EPUB)

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