Publication Types:

A Smart Ghana Repatriation Guide

Of Repatriation, Rivers and Rivulets

Book Chapter
Kambon, Ọ.
A Smart Ghana Repatriation Guide. Washington, DC: Adinkra Group.
Publication year: 2021

Capoeira, Its Value as ICH and the Open School Project: Experiences and Reflections

Book Chapter
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon
Traditional Martial Arts As Intangible Cultural Heritage (pp. 17-28). Chungju-si: UNESCO-ICM.
Publication year: 2020

The Pro-Indo-Aryan Anti-Black M.K. Gandhi and Ghana’s #GandhiMustFall Movement

Book Chapter
Kambon, Ọ., & Appiagyei-Atua, K.
(2018). The Pro-Indo-Aryan Anti-Black M.K. Gandhi and Ghana’s #GandhiMustFall Movement. In Oxford Rhodes Must Fall Movement (Ed.), Rhodes Must Fall: The Struggle to Decolonise the Racist Heart of Empire. London: Zed Books.
Publication year: 2018
Theory and description in African Linguistics

Serial Verb Nominalization in Akan: The Question of Intervening Elements

Book ChapterConference Proceedings
Kambon, Ọ., Duah, R., & Appah, C.
(2018). Serial verb nominalization in Akan: The question of intervening elements. In E. Clem, P. Jenks & H. Sande (eds.), Theory and description in African Linguistics: Selected papers from ACAL 47 (361–386). Berlin: Language Science Press.
Publication year: 2018
political communication in africa

Singing Truth to Power and the Disempowered: The Case of Lucky Mensah and his Song, “Nkratoɔ”

Book Chapter
Kambon, Ọ., & Adjei, G. K.
Political Communication in Africa (pp. 133-158). Berlin: Springer
Publication year: 2017

Recalling a Common Struggle for Pan-Africanism: Nkrumah’s and Nasser’s Policies on the Congo Crisis (1960-1966)

Book ChapterConference Proceedings
Abdellatif, M., & Kambon, Ọ.
Revisiting African Studies in a Globalized World (pp. 63-76). Tema, Ghana: Smartline.
Publication year: 2017
Congratulations to Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Kambon, Associate Professor at the University of Ghana

As Abibitumi (Black Power in Asante Twi) celebrates its 16th year of existence, we would like to take this time to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work of our founder, Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon for his recent promotion to the rank of Associate Professor at the University of Ghana, Institute of African Studies! Click the orange button below to send him a quick message of congratulations on Abibitumi.com or go to his publications page to check out his 35 publications! Ayekoo! Ẹ kú iṣẹ́! Pongezi! Ndokkle! Nkote ko zô!

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