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04.11.2013 Feature Article

Condi Rice And Ekua Agha

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Of Condi Rice and Ekua Agha by Augustine Togonu-Bickersteth,London, England

Condi Rice, African- American and, Ekua Agha, Nigerian-Ghanaian are both Black women

Both studied politics
Both are multi -lingual. Rice speaks English,French and Russian and Agha speaks English, French and Yoruba Rice has a Phd and Agha is a Phd in the pipeline Both Rice and Agha have had the ambition of being concert pianists.

Rice and Agha both attended Catholic educational institutions Rice affirms that technically she was born on the 16th day of the month but her official birthday is on the 14th day of the month. Relatedly, Agha was born on the 16th day of the month.

Rice and Agha also have the Number 66 in common.
Rice was the 66th U.S. secretary of State and Agha is the Director of Wednesday 66 Productions

Rice and Agha both studied in the southern part of the United states

Rice and Agha are both lecturers.
Like Condi Rice, Ekua Agha is something of an African ambassador in London based on her PhD thesis on Sembene Ousmane, she speaks on the rights of African Women, Youth and Children and she is on the Board of the Museum Africa, London

Augustine Togonu-Bickersteth
Augustine Togonu-Bickersteth, © 2013

The author has 52 publications published on Modern Ghana.Column: AugustineTogonuBickersteth

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