‘ASAASE NO Y3 ME DEA!’ (THE LAND IS MINE); AN EXPOSITION ON THE HIERARCHY OF LAND OWNERSHIP IN GHANA by Amanda Edinam Ahiadormey

Owiredu had always told himself that he would move out of the family house as soon as it was legally possible. The building housed eight different families in his clan, and living together was as frustrating as could be. From having to clean up the toilet they shared after someone other than him had used […]