Ghanaian musicians died at 46

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John Mensah Sarbah

John Mensah Sarbah (June 3, 1864 Ghana-November 1, 1910) was a Ghanaian writer and politician.

He was born in Cape Coast, a prominent city on the coast of Ghana. Sarbah attended the Mfantsipim School in Cape Coast, where he was a brilliant student. He later traveled to England to study law at the Middle Temple, one of the four Inns of Court. After his studies were complete, he returned to Ghana and became a prominent barrister and solicitor.

Sarbah was also a keen writer and wrote several influential essays and books on Ghanaian history and politics. He was a strong advocate for the education of women and helped to establish a number of schools for girls in Ghana.

In addition to his work as a writer and lawyer, Sarbah was also involved in politics. He served as a member of the Legislative Council of the Gold Coast (now Ghana) from 1900-1901 and was a strong advocate for the rights of Africans. He fought against British colonial rule and argued that Africans should have greater representation and a say in the government of their own country.

Sarbah's legacy continues to inspire Ghanaian intellectuals and political activists to this day. He is remembered as a champion of justice, education, and political empowerment for Africans.

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