Afroscope is the blog version of National Africa Foundation (NAF)

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A Training Coordinator at the Pentecost Leadership Training Institute in Leominster, Massachusetts and an African Language Teacher at the Department of African and African American Studies at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Monday, July 26, 2010

The West African Teachers Conference (WATC) due to be opened in Accra Ghana next month is a collaboration between NAF and Teachers Without Borders (TWA). The week-long conference that is expected to host about 250 participants from Ghana, Nigeria and other neighboring countries begins on August 13 to August 20 and the venue is at the GNAT Teachers Center.

For more information, visit NAF's website.

Friday, May 16, 2008

After two weeks in Ghana

I have been in Ghana for two weeks now. During these weeks my activities have been as follows:
1. Inspect the facilities for the computer lab and offices at the hotel
2. Had a meeting with 14 people who have expressed interest for employment with NAF
3. Joined the Disney Land-Onondaga team to visit and interview students from Sunyani Polytechnic, Kumasi Polytechnic and Pentecost University College from the 12-16 May

Monday, December 24, 2007

Hello, Welcome to NAF Blog

We welcome you to our new blog with the redesigning of our website at Feel free and blog along with us!

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

African Representatives at the World Cup in Germany!

Some of us who know Africa very well have always believed in Dr. James E. Kwegyir Aggrey's (1875-1927) assertion that "Only the best is good enough for Africa". This transcends across every facet of life, but especially in the demonstration of natural skills and talents. Soccer has always been a dominant sport in Africa. Even in the absence of financial incentives and good training facilities, Africa has produced the likes of the legendary Pele of Brazil and Stanley Matthews of England in Ghana's Abedi Ayew 'Pele', Cameroon's Roger Miller and Liberia's footballer-turned politician, George Oppong Weah, just to mention a few. The five spots given to Africa by FIFA, the world governing body is woefully inadequate and not reflective of the budding talents of African nations in the world's most popular sport.
With that said, I want to switch over to what is current on the agenda- the "2006 World Cup in Germany". Africa's representatives of Ghana, Togo, the Ivory Coast, Angola and Tunisia as underdogs, have not been given any dog chance of excelling or causing major upsets in Germany this summer. Aside of biase refereeing, a major factor in competitive matches, which had been used most recently against Africa's representatives in the past- Cameroon and Senegal, I believe these four national teams are capable of going miles in the world cup. What do you say? Please, join the forum and post your comments!

National Africa, a transatlantic bridge between Africa and America!

Not too long ago, we were querried by a young African-American for emphasizing the settling of African immigrants coming to America more than African-Americans who want to go to their motherland in Africa. We at National Africa took the issue seriously into consideration and are now happy to say that, from January 2006, we would be promoting the "going to the motherland" agenda as well. Our representatives in Africa are ready to receive individuals and contingents who want to either go to Africa to explore their heritage or other opportunities. Unfortunately, we can only start from Ghana, West Africa at the moment.

Please, if you know any African American, or any American who want to go to Africa, but doesn't have any connection or doesn't know how, direct such people to us at, and we will ensure that their dreams of going to Africa comes true! Thanks for reading and happy new year!

Monday, August 08, 2005


Welcome to Afroscope! My name is Prince M. Obiri-Mainoo, and I'm the creator of this blog. About a hundred years ago, an eminent African educationist, missionary and visionary by name Dr. James Emmanuel Kwegyir Aggrey once said, "Only the best is good enough for Africa". It's for this reason that Afroscope is created for all diasporians, supporters and other friends of Africa to share news about individual and corporate contributions to development efforts and accomplishments in Africa.
Please, visit the following links to read about current news on Africa and feel free to join the blogging:

Akwaaba and Enjoy!