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Kojo Botsio and his wife Ruth
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Media Id 253_23
Creation_date 1959-04-19T00:00:00
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
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Description DM2008081211:GHAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:APR 1959:' He Must See It Through' - A MOMENT OF PEACE IN THE LIFE OF ONE OF OUR BUSIEST MEN: Botsio and his wife Ruth see eye to eye on most things besides dresssing materials. Most of the time they are talking and discussing, not just looking pensive. It's a long way from Winneba to Oxford. But it wasn't too far for Kojo Botsio. He'd set his mind on it, and he got there, while in Britain came the meeting with the man who was to give his life a sudden new dramatic impetus - Kwame Nkrumah. Those were exciting, turbulent days, days when an independent Ghana was just a nationalist dream. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
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Keywords Ghana, Drum Magazine, Kojo Botsio, wife, Ruth, April 1959, 1959, dress, culture, traditional dress, chairs, couple
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Title Kojo Botsio and his wife Ruth
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