Meet Your Local Facilitators

Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon, PhD

“Ɔbenfo” Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon, Nana Kwame Pɛbi Datɛ I, is a world-renowned master linguist, scholar and the architect of Abibitumi the oldest and largest Black social education network on the planet. He completed his PhD in Linguistics at the University of Ghana in 2012, winning the prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s award for the Best PhD Thesis in the Humanities. He also won the 2016 Provost’s Publications Award for best article in the College of Humanities. In 2019 he was the recipient of the [Nana] Marcus Mosiah Garvey Foundation award for excellence in Afrikan Studies and Education. Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Kambon was awarded the 2020/2021 University of Lagos (UNILAG) Lagos Area Cluster Centre (LACC) Fellowship where he contributed significantly to the work of “reconfiguring” Afrikan Studies. He is an Associate Professor and Head of the Language, Literature and Drama Section of the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ghana and is Editor-in-Chief of the Ghana Journal of Linguistics. He served as Secretary of the African Studies Association of Africa from 2015-2020. He also played an instrumental role in 34 Afrikans of the Diaspora receiving Ghanaian citizenship in 2016 and 126 receiving citizenship in 2019. He now assists others interested in repatriation via RepatriateToGhana.com. His research interests include Serial Verb Construction Nominalization, Historical Linguistics, Kemetology, & Afrikan=Black Liberation. Scan the QRCode below to donate to Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Kambon’s groundbreaking research!

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.

Asantu Kweku Maroon

Andre Lewis aka Andre St. Patrick, Andre Beverly Hills, Andre Gourmet, and now recognized as Asantu Kweku Maroon (A direct descendant of the Maroons who resisted enslavement in Jamaica) is a entrepreneurial leader who have been successful in the hair, food and automotive industries on both the west and east coast of the USA. After learning more accurate information about his Afrikan history leading to him wanting to contribute to the liberation, protectionism, and empowerment of Black=Afrikan people. Kweku repatriated to Ghana in 2021 through this very same program, www.repatriatetoghana.com. After making hard choices between what is convenient and what is necessary, Kweku has managed to purchase Afrikan land (free and clear) put a structure on the site while living practical totally off the grid. His actions demonstrate his strong positioning for a better future for him and his community. Leading by example is what he is known for. Currently, Kweku is learning the local language and culture to reclaim the lost history that was intentionally distorted by the maggot kidnappers who stole his ancestors and relocated them to the Caribbean’s to be enslaved as chattel.

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 assist repatriates so that you can thrive and make a difference in Ghana.

Proceeds from this project fund Afrikan-centered infrastructure and make it possible for others like you to take the same steps.

Moving to Ghana

We are you—we wanted to figure out how to move to Ghana. We are a self-determined collective of Black repatriates—community leaders, elders, teachers, linguists, business owners, artists, etc.—that provide our collective wisdom about the repatriation process and Ghanaian life to make it easier for Blacks from the Diaspora to return home. After moving to Ghana, Africa, we offer personal guidance so you can avoid costly mistakes and save time on lengthy processes. We connect you to our valuable network, practical resources, and in-depth guides for a smoother move to the motherland. Instead of hours of research trying to piece together your move from scarce online sources, we guide you step-by-step through a transition we have experienced personally.

We believe in Defending Your Self-Determination

As Afrikans of the Diaspora, we truly believe it is time for us to reclaim our birthright connection to our homeland and reconnect with our long lost brothers and sisters and make Afrika great again. For those of us ready to come home and step into our destiny, Repatriate to Ghana was created to protect and support you and you defend your self-determination.

Choose your Path

Welcome to Repatriate to Ghana

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.

Wanna See How Ready for life in Ghana you are?

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