Poetry

WINNERS

1st Place:

      ‘Pharmakeia’, ‘What You Will Hear When You Dip Your Head into the Volta River’ & ‘How to Name a City’

by Jerry Agbenu

 

2nd Place:

      ‘Some Things Cannot Be Bought’, ‘My Bucket of Words’ & ‘And To Her Beauty’

by Benjamin Arthur

 

3rd Place:

      ‘Never Again’, ‘Kutsiami’ & ‘[This is a confession, a lie  & a fact]’

       by Henneh Kwaku Kyereh

 

 

 

SHORTLISTED

‘Angst’s Call’, ‘Fair In Darkness’& ‘Casual Living of The Student’

by Estella Apenuvor

‘For God and Country.’, ‘Turn your backs to the sun.’ & ‘A day in a life’

by Joseph Appoh

‘A Ghanaian Boy’, ‘Home’ & ‘My Belief’

by Gerald Adjei

‘How A Boy Became A Man’, ‘Surviving A Slum In Ashaiman’ & ‘Land Of My Birth’

by Jonathan Kwao Tetteh

 

Khadia Okai-Koi

‘A Walker’, ‘Ghana Let’s Talk’ & ‘Voices’

by Amos Agyei Sarpong

‘ALL GHANA A STAGE’, ‘A Day In The Life Of Charle’ & ‘Reflections’

by Sedinam Kufe

Short Fiction

WINNERS

1st Place:

‘Pilolo’ by Anthony Morrison Kwavah

2nd Place:

‘The Smoke That Thunders’ by Karen Donkor

 

3rd Place:

‘Nasara; A Failed Attempt At Success’ by Joel Afful

 

 

SHORTLISTED

‘The Government versus The People’ by Enoch Acquah

‘Out Of Body’ by Sedem Awo Segbefia

Maame Esi Esaaba

‘Reparations Of A Ga Girl’ by Henrietta Addy

‘Baaba, Black Sheep’ by John Amissah

‘Two- Faced’ by Florence Ofori

‘You Don’t Eat Fufu?’ by Jasmine Balfour

Non-Fiction

WINNERS

1st Place

‘The ones who grow in the shadow of Nkrumah’s dream; a memoir’

 by Maurice Djojo Adjetey

 

2nd Place

‘I bet I can eat my cake and have it: A Ghanaian’s Manifesto’

 by Grace Mensah-Fosu

 

3rd Place

‘Responsible citizenship, reactive leadership: the case of Tuba’ 

 by Lawrence Neequaye

 

 

SHORTLISTED

‘Tick Tock’ by Veronica Owusu

‘The everyday lives of the backbones of the Ghanaian society’ by Elsie Eghan

‘Mama doesn’t know’ by Yolanda Kwadey

‘Everyday Ghanaian Life’ by Cynthia Emefa Kudiabor

‘You’ by Abigail Frimpomaa

The Cadence of Maa’mi’ by Sarah Toseafa

‘The Ghanaian Creative’ by Cindy Agyepong

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