Management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has done something that has never happened in the history of Ghana’s education system.
Recent information gathered indicates that the authorities of the institution have given students the authority to study Kofi Kinaata’s Things Fall Apart song in school due to the literature content in the song
Relating to this authorization, level 200 students who belong to the English Department of the institution are expected to study the song for the first semester period of the 2021/2022 academic year.
According to the institution, the directive was given as a result of the literary devices utilized in the composition of the song, as well as the lyrical arrangement, masterminded by Kofi Kinata.
Looking at the recent directive from the authorities of the university’s English Department, it’s safe to say Kinaata did an impressive job by composing such an influential song.
What’s your take on this new directive issued by the university’s English Department?
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