Tag Archives: Kwame Dadzie

Why critics hate to be criticised [Article]

It is painful when someone points out your shortfalls to the public. Very painful! In fact, being told the bitter truth hurts than being wrongly accused of an act. For the past eight (8) years I have worked as an arts journalist on radio, on TV and in newspaper, I have come to terms with the fact that no one ...

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POEM: Ghana is Bereaved

One of a writer’s duties is to highlight the ills of society and praise the good. Ghana’s development has been stifled due to the irresponsible actions and inactions of its citizens. In a poem I wrote on 23rd August, 2016 titled ‘Ghana is Bereaved,’ I touch on how Ghana’s development has been stalled by people’s parochial interests. Today, it still ...

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Chords from our cords [poem on evolution of Ghanaian music]

Music has been part of Ghanaians since creation. Music is life. Music is the food for the soul and mind. Music entertains, inspires, educates and informs – but music also evolves. The poem below, published in the 2017 brochure of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, paints a 嘉盛外汇 picture of the changes Ghanaian music types have undergone from re-colonial times ...

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