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Osei Caesar, Let’s Repatriate
Osei Caesar, Let’s Repatriate

Let’s Repatriate!


Sampson and Kaki pose for a photograph in front of a Presbyterian church where the wedding took place in Dodowa, Ghana, on October 11, 2020.

Kaki and Sampson were dating for a few years before Kaki moved to the UK, where she works as a nurse. Before the World Health Organisation reported cases of COVID-19 in parts of the world at the beginning of the year, the two had plans of getting married in June 2020. They were making preparations. Kaki will return to Ghana for the wedding, after which her husband will join her in the UK to start a new life together.


Photo by Nipah Dennis | ©2019

As parts of the world celebrate Halloween today, I like to share some photos from the Fancy Dress Festival, also known as Kaakaamotobi in Takoradi, Ghana.


Residents walk through the overflowing lake at Fulani in Accra after heavy rains in the area. October 28, 2020. Accra, Ghana. (Nipah Dennis/@iamnipah)

“Fulani Overflow” were the first words a man said to me when I arrived in the area. There have been times the lake overflow when rains, “but this one we haven’t seen before,” says another man.


Coco recounted his experience with starting school in Ghana when he arrived in 2009 after arriving from Togo.


Demolishing in James Town to make way for a multi-million dollar fishing port, a grant from the Chinese Government. Photo by Nipah Dennis @iamnipah

Demolition in parts for the James Town community continues on May 21st, 2020 to make way for a multi-million dollar fishing port, a grant from the Chinese Government. Some displaced residents claim they received no prior notification. While some hope for compensation for their loss. May 21st, 2020. Accra, Ghana.


Homes burn to the ground in Old Fadama, Agbogbloshie amid partial lockdown in Accra and Kumasi to slow the spread of COVID-19.


By Nipah Dennis

Dancing is Intimate. By Nipah Dennis
Dancing is Intimate. By Nipah Dennis
Dancing is Intimate. By Nipah Dennis

Dancing is intimate.

All photos are copyright protected © Nipah Dennis. and may not be copied or reproduced in any way or medium without written consent. Follow my Instagram (@iamnipah )for more stories.


Sixteen days of activism against gender-based violence.

Photo by Nipah Dennis

All photos are copyright protected © Nipah Dennis. and may not be copied or reproduced in any way or medium without written consent. Follow my Instagram (@iamnipah )for more stories.


Fans of Asante Kotoko

Photo by ©Nipah Dennis

On 3rd January 2020, I went to witness for the first time a football game at the Accra Sports Stadium. This was during the Capital Plus Premier League.

Nipah Dennis

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