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A better partnership with the family could yield better results. When you visit the museum you hope to learn more about Kwame. This requires some thorough research so that he can be better potrayed. I must say this museum leaves you with more questions than...More
Kwame Nkrumah is the founder of Ghana and in his memory this place is built. The place houses the graves of Kwame Nkurmah and his wife Fathima Nkrumah. 22nd sep is usually celebrated in this memoir. This place is in greater Accra region and is...More
Beautiful memorial! Although the fountain was not flowing at the time of my visit; this did not take away from the overall astheatic of this amazing monument. So much history to be captured & peace to be had who focuses on minute details???? Our guide...More
The leader of Ghana's independence movement and the country's first president was ousted by a military coup in 1966. While Kwame Nkrumah was very successul on an international level, Ghana itself suffered from socialist mismanagement economically. Today there is a statue of the now often...More
The museum attached to the the Mausoleum is well worth a visit. The architecture of the museum building is a striking pan-African style, and the museum provides insight into Nkrumah himself, and the mid-20th Century period of Ghana's history.
The little plaques commemorating the trees...More
It tells the story of Ghana's independence from the colonial masters and the role of Kwame Nkrumah in that struggle. In this times, where their is a dearth of African nationalists, it reminds me, of the importance of living... More
It tells the story of Ghana's independence from the colonial masters and the role of Kwame Nkrumah in that struggle. In this times, where their is a dearth of African nationalists, it reminds me, of the importance of living a life, greater than ourselves.