Out of invisible boundaries Africa was needlessly partitioned displacing families and creating an illusion of a different African people. Till today Africa has been unable to erase these invisible lines. The scramble for Africa during the period of New Imperialism between 1881 and 1914 caused the death and denigration of many Africans.
Slavery and colonization held back the growth and civilization process of Africans, mentally erasing and blinding Africans of their immense contributions towards humanity.
The colonization of Gold Coast by the British for the sake of natural resources and minerals was a difficult moment as the people resisted and fought against colonial rule.
Led by Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah a new nation was born; a nation charged to take absolute control of its growth economically, politically and socially.
60 years on, has Ghana got absolute control of its growth economically, politically and socially?
By Ayerkie Narnor|3news.com|Ghana