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Accra, Ghana, 28th July 2020 – Most recently, Ghanaians were shocked by the depraved lynching of an old woman accused of witchcraft in the Savana Region. The belief in witchcraft however goes back many generations and is deep rooted and widespread in Ghanaian society.
A scholarly community dedicated to the equipping and resourcing of religious leaders, scholars, academic institutions and wider African society through advanced inquiry. Deeply rooted in our traditions, we seek to inspire intellectual curiosity in the religious and non-religious other by fulfilling our commitment through research, translation work, publications, education, and engagement.
Offering scholarship as a tribute to God, with the religious and non-religious other within hearing distance, for the transformation of society.Read More
The Sanneh Institute(TSI) will foster a sustained relationship with undergraduate program and community at the University of Ghana, Legon as well as facilitate and host study abroad programs.View details