“My town was a small town. In Ghana, most of the towns are very small and in the villages we didn’t have electricity. So the children would go to the forest to cut bamboo and we would have a bonfire in the center of the town. All the kids would sit around it and sing and dance. Then we would have a barbecue or bake cassava or plantain. We enjoyed ourselves! And we were very thankful when it was high moon because the moon was our electricity. That was typical village life.”- Reverend Kwasi Gyimah on growing up at Assin Adubiase.