Dr. Ike Tandoh has published his 28th book, ‘Mama is Gone.’
Dr. Ike Tandoh, Ph, D., APR, a lecturer, novelist, marketing communications scholar, and accredited public relations professional, has published his 28th book, titled ‘Mama is Gone.’
‘Mama is Gone’ ( Reflections from a Survivor’s Heart) is a true story of inspiration and hope for all young adults, the author, who lecturer at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), told Rainbowradioonline.com.
Dr. Ike Tandoh demonstrates his storytelling prowess in the book by creatively dramatizing real-life situations and the challenges that African youth face on a daily basis.
The stories were carefully crafted to reflect the majority of the struggles and challenges that African children face throughout their lives.
According to the author, ‘Mama is Gone’ will keep you engrossed until the very last page.
The book is exceptional and a must-read because of the sound moral lessons shared in the stories and the encouragement they provide, he added.
Mama is Gone’ is a collection of stories of Hope, Faith and Love.
The author is a novelist, a marketing communications scholar, and an Accredited Public Relations Professional.
Dr. Ike Tandoh has been writing to inspire and encourage youth for nearly two decades.
He is a best-selling author who has written 28 books. He is a well-known conference speaker and management consultant.
Ike Tandoh brings his passion for youth empowerment to many universities in Ghana, where he works as an adjunct lecturer and thesis supervisor for prestigious tertiary institutions such as the University of Professional Studies, Accra UPSA; the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), Central University, and Christian Service University.
He also volunteers with Compassion International, an NGO dedicated to lifting children and youth out of poverty in Jesus’ name. Ike currently resides in Accra, Ghana.
‘Mama is Gone’ will official be on sale in October 2022.
Dr. Nicholas Oppong Mensah, Senior Lecturer at the University of Energy and Natural Resources, wrote the book’s foreword.
Among the author’s other works are “The Promise; The Last Words of a Dying Mother,” “Dying Hero,” and “Oforiwaa; The Temptations of an Innocent Girl.”