Ernest Nsiah Youngmann, joined the Ghana Theatre Club with performing in plays like, “The Struggling Black Race” and “Back to Mau Mau”. He later joined the the Talents Theater and became its permanent Stage Manager and Director of Business and saw it run the first ever Festival of Seven Plays in 1987. The plays included: The Black Star; Mambo; The Trails of Kwame Nkrumah; Jogolo; Chaka – the Zulu, and Aikin Mata.
Between 1987 and now, Mr. Youngmann has ventured into many fields of endeavor. This includes his work for President Kufuor between 2001 – 2009, as video and photo archivist.
Mysteries of the GOLDEN STOOL is the product of Ernst Nsiah Youngmann’s effort to keep our history documented. The historical fantasy adventure, is built around the Kingdom of Asante, its vibrant culture and its most sacred relic – the Golden stool.
Speaking to a representative of Mr. Youngmann, she stated the teams gratitude to the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, John Agyekum Kufour foundation and all donors and/or supporters that made the 327 page book possible.
“The launch and signing of the book, is tomorrow at the Accra Tourist Information Center at 5pm”, said Nana Esi Youngmann.