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The Team

Prof. Aaron Michael Oquaye

Board Chairman

Dr. Antoinette Tsiboe-Darko

Executive Director

Dr. Mansa Williams

Board Secretary

ABOUT US

The Danquah Institute is a political think-tank of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). It is regarded as the guardian and ambassador of the political and economic thought known as liberalism and how its promotion must benefit Africa and the African as members of the greater global community. We seek through our work to advance J. B. Danquah’s beliefs in individual freedom, rule of law, multi-party democracy, liberal economics and equality of opportunity and ensure they inform the actions of the democratically-elected Government of Ghana and governments of other African states. Through the examination, evaluation, publication and promotion of alternative and novel policy approaches based on these principles, together with a critical analysis of existing political prescriptions, we aim to improve the quality of the decision-making process and the effectiveness of social, political and economic policies in Ghana and other African states. Our intention is to make bold, imaginative, constructive and co-ordinated contributions to nation-building and Africa’s development in general, with the purpose of enhancing the life of every individual citizen and, through this, the development of the Ghanaian, Ghana, the African and Africa.

HISTORY OF DR. J. B. DANQUAH

Joseph Kwame Kyeretwie Boakye Danquah, born on December 18, 1895, in Bepong, Ghana, was a prominent politician, scholar, and lawyer. He was the first West African to earn a Ph.D. from a British university. Danquah co-founded the Gold Coast Youth Conference and established Ghana's first daily newspaper “The Times of West Africa”. He played a crucial role in Ghana's independence movement and co-founded the United Gold Coast Convention. Additionally, he championed higher education, contributing to the establishment of the University of Ghana. Despite his significant contributions, he faced political persecution, enduring arrests, and detentions until his death on February 4, 1965. His legacy persists through initiatives like the J.B. Danquah Memorial Lecture Series and the Danquah Institute, dedicated to preserving his ideals.

Contact Us

Our Address

1st Soula Close, Labone
Accra, Ghana

Email Us

danquah.insti@gmail.com

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+233 30 273 7479

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