Going to town is a selection of newspaper articles written by Paul Ansah from 1991 till his death in June 1993. The articles were mostly published in his column in the Ghanaian Chronicle, but also include his contributions in the Free Press, Independent, and the Standard. These writings, reflecting a broad range of themes, have been grouped under four overlapping headings: Media, Politics, Society and International. In some of these articles, Ansah could not help making occasional references to the physical and psychological constraints under which in his last days. His doctors and relatives had advised that going to town was not conducive to his hypertensive condition.
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