Ama Ata Aidoo is one of Ghana’s best-known writers. She wrote novels, short stories, poems, and plays. She attended the University of Ghana at Legon, and won a fellowship that allowed her to study creative writing at Stanford University in California, returning to Ghana in 1969. Her publications include a play, Dilemma of a Ghost, the story collection No Sweetness Here (1970), and the novels, Our Sister Killjoy (1977) and Changes (1991), which won the 1992 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Africa. She has focused on issues of cultural change and the position of women in the “modernization” of African societies. She also served as minister of education, from 1982 to 1983, but found herself in conflict with Ghanaian police authorities and moved to Harare, Zimbabwe, in 1983. 🇬🇭 #TheKraalGIVEAWAY we’re giving a copy of her anthology “African Love Stories” 📚 For a chance to win, just comment with a 💛 – we’ll pick 3 winners, blesssssss ✨✨
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