Defending Your Self Determination
It takes a lot of self-determination to transplant yourself in a country you are rooted to but the enslavement process disconnected you from. So many have underestimated the challenges this kind of move can bring. Some have ended up moving back out after not being able to sustain.
Repatriate to Ghana is here to introduce you to not just repatriates but repatriates who are thriving and making a difference in Ghana.
Proceeds from this project fund African-centered education projects and make it possible for others like you to take the same steps.
Meet Your Local Facilitators
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon, PhD
Dr. Obadele Kambon, Nana Kwame is a world renowned master linguist and scholar and the architect of Abibitumi Kasa the largest Black social education network on the planet. He is unapologetically Afrikan and lives a lifestyle aligned with Ghanaian traditions, customs, and ideals. He moved to Ghana in 2008 with his wife, Kala and new born daughter Ama Kambon. In 2015 he became one of the first US born repatriates to become a Ghanaian citizen through the dual citizenship program. In 2017 because of his language mastery and traditional Ghanian lifestyle he became the first Afrikan of the diaspora to be enstooled as Banmuhene Kyidɔmhene of Akuapem Mampɔn. Despite his royal title and international acclaim, Nana Kwame, remains down-to-earth, accessible to the people and continues to work tirelessly in the fight for global Afrikan liberation.
Lwanga Songsore, MA
Lwanga Songsore finished an M.A. degree in African Studies at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon where he focused in the disciplinary areas of African History and African Literature. He is currently working as a research assistant to a project running at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana.