West Blue Consulting, an indigenous IT Solution firm, is set to officially outdoor its second library project, dubbed “e-Ananse Library”, a new concept in public libraries today, Friday, 30th August 2019, at 10:00 am.
The official launch, which is set to take place at the University of Ghana campus, Legon, is part of the many initiatives by the institution to encourage the youth and students to develop the habit of reading.
The launch will not only be a celebration of the opening of new libraries across the country, but a commemoration of Ghanaian story-telling in all its forms, from the oral to the written.
The first one opened at Osu, a suburb of Accra, and has since its inception hosted many dignitaries at its various book reading sessions.
It has hosted ‘Kayayie’ workers, Stevie Nii-Adu Mensah, Author of ‘It’s Cold oo’, many New York Attorneys, Author ‘Of Women and Frogs’, Madam Bisi Adjapon, and the celebration of Toni Morrison.
The launch will see in attendance many dignitaries, community leaders and people from all walks of life.
About e-Ananse Libraries
The e-Ananse Libraries are to help revitalize Ghana’s reading culture and provide people with the tools to compete in the 21st Century by giving them access to high-quality contemporary literature, state-of-the-art computing facilities, and world-class literary events.
Each library has an e-Ananse technology centre, christened the Innovation Hub, which is equipped with internet-enabled PCs to give library-members access to the full range of resources available on the World Wide Web.
The libraries are the CSR initiative of West Blue Consulting, an indigenous IT solution firm.