The author was born and educated in Ghana and went to England to study medicine, but failing to do so switched to Law. He subsequently worked as journalist and diplomat in London. He was appointed at the age of 28 Ghana’s first ambassador to Hungary and International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna Austria and at that time was the youngest ambassador in the world. He has worked in Ghana as a newspaper editor, government minister and finally endured 15 horrendous months as a political prisoner. In London he worked as the Race Equality Officer for borough of Hackney for 11 years before retirement. Taught for 5 years at Kennedy-King College in Chicago. He ended his public life as chairman of the state-owned diamond mine in Ghana, 2001-2009. He has 10 sons who live in Libraries, the Internet and bookstores. He has been married to an outstanding Irish woman for 52 years and they have two married daughters both barristers with 5 children between them. His interests are classical music, art galleries, museums, inter racial harmony and marriage, walking and boxing. Joseph Godson Amamoo has travelled extensively in Africa, Europe, USA, Saudi Arabia and India. He has been privileged to interact with many people of different races and social background throughout the world. He has won some local and international awards.