Albino Killing Craze Stares at Ghana
The town of Bukruwa in eastern Ghana is cited as dangerous for persons with albinism. The Chief of the town, Nana Agyare Osei Tutu III, admits the danger of ritualistic killings of persons with albinism in the area and also confirms that they cannot fight such traditional actions but can only warn persons with albinism to seek refuge in a designated quarter on the outskirts of town. President of the Albino Society of Ghana, Mr. John Davies is leading an educational campaign to sensitize the populace on the human rights persons with albinism.
Koomson, Fiifi
Albino; Albinism; Ghana; Albino Society of Ghana; John Davies; President.
Modern Ghana.