Common Sense for Beginners
About the Book
—Two hundred and sixty pages of serious thoughts presented in the form of standard comedy —A deceptively thoughtful reflection on current affairs affecting African development and identity —There is no other single volume as panoramic and down-to-earth on the African situation —A must for anyone who cares about Africa Tikumah provides an opportunity for everyone in Africa (or outside) to become president without combat or struggle; all you have to do is read this book, and you will be president. Thus, this modest work should bring all crazy scrambles for political power in Africa to a halt!
About the Author
Born in Tamale, in northern Ghana, Issah Hassan Tikumah read philosophy and political science to obtain a B.A. degree from Australian National University in 1996. He received both his PGDE (2007) and M.Ed. (2009) from Ahmadu Bello University in Nigeria, where he has taught. He now teaches at the University of Cape Verde. As a writer, Tikumah has published more than a dozen books, including novels and essays. Refugees’ Rebellion (2015) and Baptism of Orphanhood (2013) are among his latest novels.