Latest Kwame Nkrumah Stories

2014-07-03 23:04:43

In keeping with its mission of developing the youth for a better future, the Edusei Foundation on Saturday galvanized an impressive group of professionals to interact with and offer professional guidance to the youth of Toronto, Canada in the third installment of its Youth Workshops. The Toronto event followed earlier successful ones in Hartford, Connecticut and London. (PRWEB) July 03, 2014 The Dr. Kwame Bawuah-Edusei-sponsored event brought in professionals from Washington, DC, New York...

2008-12-20 10:55:24

Irish author Conor Cruise O'Brien, known both for his writing skills and his humanitarian efforts, reportedly has died near Dublin at the age of 91. The Los Angeles Times said Saturday O'Brien, who detailed Zionism and Israel in 1986's The Siege, died of unreported causes at his home outside the Irish capital Thursday. In addition to writing such literary works as The Great Melody, a biography of British philosopher Edmund Burke, O'Brien gained renown for his efforts in what is now the...

2006-02-08 08:21:51

By Alan Baldwin SESTRIERE, Italy (Reuters) - Losers, exotic no-hopers and rank outsiders are all welcome in Bode Miller's ideal Olympics. The outspoken American, one of the biggest draws of the Turin Games opening on Friday, waved the flag for a bygone age in his column for the Denver Post newspaper. "The old-school version of the Olympics shared a lot more with my beliefs than the way the Games are staged today," declared the New Hampshire skier. "I don't know if my ideal for the...

2006-02-01 14:12:00

By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - Ghanaian 'Snow Leopard' Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong has failed in his bid to become his country's first Olympic skier. The 31-year-old former indoor ski center receptionist from Milton Keynes in central England had set his sights on competing in Turin this month despite seeing a snowy mountain for the first time only three years ago. He failed to qualify after traveling to races as far afield as Iran over the past year to try and improve his points...

2005-08-27 20:17:34

By Ed Stoddard JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - British writer Martin Meredith pulls no punches in his assessment of Africa: it is a bloody mess, its leaders are to blame, and no amount of aid from the West will solve that. "Most African states have become hollowed out. They are no longer instruments capable of serving the public good," he concludes in his recently published 'The State of Africa: A History of Fifty Years of Independence'. "African governments and the vampire-like...

Word of the Day
  • Remarkable; prodigious.
  • Audacious; gutsy.
  • Completely; extremely.
  • Audaciously; boldly.
  • Impressively great in size; enormous; extraordinary.
This word is probably from the dialectal 'boldacious,' a blend of 'bold' and 'audacious.'