At the crossroads between tradition and modernity, Efo Kodjo Mawugbe was a multitalented pioneer of Ghanaian theatre. Born on 21st April 1954 in Kumasi, Ghana, he was the prolific author of over twenty plays, hundreds of articles (published under the female pseudonym ‘Araba Season’ in The Mirror), and […]
Afram Publications (Ghana) Limited (APL) in partnership with the Efo Kodjo Mawugbe Foundation (EKM) has launched two books he authored, at the Dance Hall of the National Theatre on Tuesday 21st April, 2015.
Professor Esi Sutherland-Addy, Chairperson of our board said the gathering was to celebrate a life that made an impact and continues to do so on those who appreciate and value the arts.
She referred to the popular Akan adage that says people’s tongues don’t rot when they die and reminded the gathering that the deeds and words of great personalities live forever only if the living amplifies what the words say and do.
Afram Publications, on Thursday, March 5, 2015 held a digital publishing seminar at her office premises for her authors. The seminar, which was hosted by Worldreader, brought together about fifty authors and partners, and gave authors the opportunity to interact, ask questions on their books and digital publishing options. This also served as the annual “authors’ meet”, which has not been held for about three years. Management and staff were present to interact with authors.
The maiden “Story time with Afram” programme, a reading clinic, was held on Thursday, November 6. Selected schools were invited: Duke International, Joy International, Next Page, Bethel Hill, and The Coming King; they attended with a total of 140 pupils and 15 teachers participated in the reading clinic.
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