"I have come to understand that being Nkrumah’s daughter means being a daughter of Ghana and Africa and having a responsibility to Africans everywhere," indicates Samia Nkrumah. "I was not always so sure of the way forward as I am today. The dangers of political life were brought home to me early on in life. The 1966 military coup that toppled Nkrumah’s government left me feeling confused and bewildered. It took many years and the experience of living and working in Ghana, Egypt, the United Kingdom and lastly Italy, to come full circle and realize that the Pan-African project as articulated by Nkrumah offers the best response to our ongoing challenges," Indicates Samia Nkrumah.
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