Ahead of the big launch of its digital museum, the Pan African Heritage Museum’s Kofi Yankah paid a courtesy call on UNESCO Representative Diallo on 27th April, 2022.
The launch of the digital museum will take place on a May 05 which is a date designated by UNESCO as African World Heritage Day. It is a day for Africans all over the world to celebrate the culture and natural heritage of Africa. Consequently, the Head of Office and UNESCO Representative in Ghana, Mr. Abdourahamane Diallo will be one of the key note speakers at the event.
Both parties showed their excitement for such an innovative initiative, which happens to be a brainchild of Kojo Yankah, founder of the African University College for Communications.
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The concept, design, and launch of the Pan African Heritage Museum mark an Epic step in the emancipation of all people, especially those of African descent. The potential impact is a game-changer, particularly in terms of the self-worth of the youth when one considers the manipulated and distorted images propagated by Western media and the educational system. It would be interesting to know how the PAHM plans to create access to the youth of Africa in order to establish an accurate and true self-image for them.
Massive Congratulations to Hon. Kojo Yankah and his team for this achievement.