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Reflections on Ghana

UNE IP Cross Cultural Immersion: Ghana

Explore the experience of our Ghana Immersion through the links below:


Black and white Ghanaian symbol of service and leadership

NEA OPE SE OBEDI HENE
"He who wants to be king. "
Symbol of service and leadership.

From the expression "Nea ope se obedi hene daakye no, firi ase sue som ansa," meaning, "He who wants to be king in the future must first learn to serve."

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