A section of the audience, inset. A scene from the event
Globe Production in partnership with the National Theatre has staged another play enriched with the history of Ghana, depicting Dr Kwame Nkrumah’s vision for Ghana and Africa as a whole.
The Second Coming of Nkrumah received a massive audience for both the first and second shows, with Ghanaians and people from other parts of the world, attending the show to learn about the history of Ghana.
The casts took the audience on a journey to the days of Nkrumah as a Prime Minister fighting for the freedom of the people of the Gold Coast.
The Second Coming of Nkrumah emphasized the need for Ghanaian leaders to go back to where Nkrumah left off and the vision he left behind.
In an interview with the playwright, Latif Abubakar, he explained that the Second Coming of Nkrumah was first staged in 2002, 2003 and September 2013, during the celebration of the 104 th anniversary celebration of Nkrumah.
Abubakar said the rehearsal took six months, with the production taking three months, adding, ‘It took the advertisement section also some time before getting sponsors.’
He urged institutions and organisations to come on board with their humble support to help educate and entertain the people of Ghana through drama.
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