Ghana

President Akufo-Addo's spokesman Eugene Arhin issued an apology after the firestorm, but by then nothing could cool the burning embers.

Today, if you drive around any major sub-Saharan city you’ll find the Obama family on posters, framed newspaper clippings in barbershops and 6-foot paintings sold on the roadside. But expectations of his how his tenure would translate to policy as multifaceted as the continent itself.

Today, if you drive around any major sub-Saharan city you’ll find the Obama family on posters, framed newspaper clippings in barbershops and 6-foot paintings sold on the roadside. But expectations of his how his tenure would translate to policy as multifaceted as the continent itself.

Ghana's FDA spokesperson, James Lartey, confirmed the products will no longer be imported to the country in a statement.

The New York real estate mogul has not minced words on his thoughts about Mexicans, Blacks, and Muslims, leaving doubts about his campaign slogan to make "America Great Again." Does he mean returning the nation to plantation owners and slaves? Does he mean getting the, uh, African-American family out of the White House?