"I am a lecturer in English Language and Literature at St Francis College of Education - Hohoe; a native of Hohoe - Abansi."
MPhil English - University of Ghana, Legon.
B.A. English with Linguistics - University of Ghana, Legon.
Postgraduate Diploma in Management - International Management Institute, New Delhi-India.
Research interests include: African Literature and Culture, Auto/Biography and Life Writing, Eʋe Language and Literature, and Children Literature.
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AKPANYA : A type of basket, made of palm leaves, has been home to the Hohoe municipality and surrounding districts for a long time. Men who take up this craft do so usually as a trade. Paul Bingah once engaged in the craft to raise funds to cater for his needs, as a student. The college teacher now weaves for recreation. Akpanya weaving has largely been abandoned in the community, together with its trade, despite it being highly lucrative. Paul hopes to make it popular again and as work, especially for youths in the community.