So Edina, where they first dropped down at, was named Elmina, and because they cannot pronounce Oguaa
, they called it Cape Coast.
In a series of interviews conducted on 15 and 16 July 2018 with the Oguaa
Cmanhen Csabarima Kwesi Atta II, Efutu Kurontihemmaa and Oguaahemmaa Nana Ama Yaaba, Cmankyeame Kofi Benya, Ap[epsilon]wosikakckcchene Nana Kweku Enum III, Registrar Mr.
Assessing the sustainability of the operations of the national health insurance scheme: a case of Oguaa
Mansin Health Insurance Scheme, Cape Coast, Ghana.
(8) Quoted from the annual Oguaa
Fetu Afahye 2004 festival brochure.
We recall this connection when at the end we find Kofi living in such a big house, "the Big House at Oguaa
Further, in The Eloquence of the Scribes (2006), he eulogizes the Akan epic poetic chronicle Oguaa
Aban of Reverend Gaddieh Acquaah, a Fantse convert to Christianity, published in 1939, and tells us that his fascination with such local narrative forms "deepened into increasingly systematic, specialized studies in fiction, drama and poetry, [...
Kumah (1936), Disputed Land in the State of Oguaa
, Cape Coast 5 WACA 4p8.
Among these, I would like to call attention to the essays of Deffontaine on the State of Oguaa
in the 18th century (pp.
The last part of the play, part three, is set in The Big House in Oguaa
. Kofi is now a successful rich businessman and Anowa, as Davies says, has become a displaced figure.
The Omanhen of Oguaa
Traditional Area in the Central Region, Osabarima Kwesi Atta, has urged government to use the policy summits aimed at engaging citizens to tweak government programs.
Aban, Methodist Book Depot, Cape Coast, 1968 edition of text first published in 1939).
Besides Otumfuo himself and his cortege, including the Mamponghene, Osei Bonsu II, Offinsohene Nana Wiafe Akenten, and other sub-chiefs and Abrempong, there was Juabenhene Otuo Serebour, who is also Chairman of the Council of State and, Special Guest Nana Kwesi Mbrah, Omanhen of the Oguaa