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Beautiful Ghana!

Posted on: January 5, 2010

Time to share some pictures with you! This is Commonwealth Hall of residence from my alma mater, the University of Ghana, Legon, the oldest in Ghana. When it was established, the intention was to follow the pattern of the London system with schools like the London School of Business, etc. However, in time, it became a complete university though it has retained the original name. Out of the different schools sprouted other universites. There are now many universities in Ghana, but naturally, I think mine is the finest!
This picture was taken in 2004 when I visited Ghana as an International Affairs Specialist. I was accompanied by several U.S. educators featured in this picture. Stay tuned 🙂

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8 Responses to "Beautiful Ghana!"

Your pride in the University shines through. 🙂

Wow, beautiful. I'm glad you're doing this because I read your books but have no pictures to go with the words. Now you've created my picture book!

Smashing! I'd love to post a pic of my university, but not until I graduate and move out of the city. (I might be a bit too private.) 🙂 The theme looks great! ~ Corra

Jayda, I know most of my friends from other universities are growling, hahahaha! Thanks for stopping by.

Ann, thanks a lot for the comments. More pictures to follow.

Thanks, Corra. I'm still struggling with technical issues, but all in good time, I suppose!

Your University looks beautiful, lined up between the trees at the top of the steps. It's neat to see one of the places you mentioned in your memoir. 🙂

Thanks a lot, Tina. I intend to do more!

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