Sounds of Sirens: Essays in African Politics a Culture critically examines the political and cultural landscape of the putatively primal continent since the advent of the post-colonial era. It is a scholarly but non-academic critique, thus rendering its contents readily accessible to the general reader. In the final analysis, Okoampa-Ahoofe concludes that there is an urgent need for altruistic and constructive leadership on the continent, in order to promptly lift Africa out of the raging morass of abject materialism and crass corruption in official circles.... one or two people, one ofthem a classmate at St. Petera#39;s Secondary School, who had compiled Objective Questions and Answers for aOaaLevel English, largely outof past questions issued by the West African Examinations Council ( WAEC).
|Title||:||SOUNDS OF SIRENS|
|Author||:||Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe Jr.|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004-08-04|