Delali Adogla-Bessa

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Delali Adogla-Bessa

Delali Adogla-Bessa is a journalist based in Accra, Ghana.

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A still from the 2018 Aferneto festival of the Mepe people in the Volta Region. Some of the totems convey a legacy of aggression.


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A still from the 2018 Aferneto festival of the Mepe people in the Volta Region. A sub-chief of the Mepe war clan soaks in the appellations under gloomy skies as he is carried through the town.


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A still from the 2018 Aferneto festival of the Mepe people in the Volta Region. A priestess appears to fall into a trance during the procession as she carries a totem.


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A still from the 2018 Aferneto festival of the Mepe people in the Volta Region. A clan in the community hurls adulations towards its sub-chief.


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https://thebrokencliche.com/category/african-cinema/

This is the Africa section of my film blog which features quasi-reviews and features on all things African Cinema. It features content ranging from classic Senegalese cinema to contemporary African films and documentaries.


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Ghana has a strong legacy of protest and resistance but that has waned in the last two decades or so. This opinion piece focuses on the church in Ghana and the role it could play in harnessing a protest culture.


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This story, which centers on the small community of Joma, near Ablekuma in Accra, encapsulates issues of encroachment and lack of regard for the law in Ghana as settlements spring up in the buffer zone of a quarry. Lives are clearly at risk because of the rock blasts and the most vulnerable live in the most danger amid a legal battle to stop developments in the area.


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