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Sebitically Speaking

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Summary

Sebitically Speaking is an uplifting elixir that courses through the hearts and minds of readers and awakens their consciousness regarding how to improve themselves and their country. In confronting the complicated issues that perpetually frustrate Ghanaians, Damoah's style was not to depress or provoke insanity, but to deftly inspire readers with a view to affecting positive change. For someone who has written four great books, Sebitically Speaking is an incontrovertible confirmation of Damoah's literary genius. His uncanny ability to transform debilitating and chaotic socio-political topics into an exhilarating literary rollercoaster, using a perfect blend of wit and humour, and inducing a mixture of laughter and tears from readers, is especially evident in this book. Sebitically Speaking is an irresistible literary tiger nut that every lover of Ghana must chew.
Samuel K Obour, Journalist, Daily Graphic

A perfect reader’s guide for a visitor in Ghana hilarious and a sebitical reflection of Ghana, with simple, direct local phrases and words to capture the everyday happenings in the country and our localities. It is compelling, spellbinding and a must-READ!
Anny Osabutey, Broadcast Journalist/CNN African Journalist for Radio (2012)
By weaving a good dose of humor into his satirical pieces, Nana allows us the rare opportunity to laugh and reflect, bringing to fore the serious issues and asking the hard questions. His use of metaphors which reflect our culture and unique national situation makes this, a book every Ghanaian would identify with.
Petra Aba Asamoah, General Manager Delta Air Lines GSA – Ghana

Nana Awere Damoah can best be described as an apotheosis when it comes to ingenuity at coining ‘Ghanamanic’ lexicons to describe events and tell his stories. Sebitically Speaking is intertwined with humor and satire enough to calm your nerves about these issues.
Williams Kyei, Postgraduate Student in Sport Management, South Korea

Sebitically Speaking is beautifully woven with threads of humour and common sense. Nana Damoah displays an uncommon degree of common sense as he muses over the myriad of challenges that continue to retard Ghana's forward march. His concise storytelling approach cuts through the fluff, highlighting our everyday challenges with a series of engaging anecdotes. Thought-provoking; a great read for anyone who genuinely believes Ghana can and should do better.
YesiYesi Ghana, Ghana's No. 1 Satire News Source

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