Ghana - Western Intervention
This is the grave of the first Anglican priest of Ghana. He was the bastard son of a British officer and a slave. He was sent to Europe to be educated and returned to open the first Anglican church of Ghana in the second floor of the building behind his grave. Of course, this used to be a fort for holding slaves and so there are dungeons underneath the church. Whilst torturing slaves below, they took time off to hold church services. Also, note that, architecture wise, British forts were plain and not as interesting or ornate as the Portuguese ones.
Society in Ghana
Town folks trudge to church on a sunny Sunday morning. The women in their Sunday whites.
Religion in Ghana
Ghana’s love affair with Christianity.