Bright Tetteh Ackwerh, popularly known as Bright Ackwerh, is a locally known illustrator who seeks to ignite dialogue on social issues with his illustrations inspired by news and current affairs.
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Every time something momentous happens, whether its local or international, chances are that Bright Ackwerh will provide some commentary on it through his illustrations.
And with the last seven being filled with news of President Obama's last public address, plagiarism, transition problems, Trevor Noah's jab at President Akufo and his subsequent slavery joke...checking what Bright had to say about these saucy issues was almost like motor action.
On Plagiarism - Ctrl X Ctrl V in good company
So much has been said on this plagiarism issue that one tends to think it really couldn't be milked anymore... then, enter Bright Ackwerh's illustrations.
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On Transition of power - The take over... same different?
President Mahama's photo in camouflage was very iconic...and now he's passed on both baton and clothes, although they're a size too big on the picture...is that symbolic?
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On Trevor Noah's controversial slavery joke - Everyone loves a risky joke till they have to be the subject of it. Get it right Trevor.
Trevor Noah's Daily Show, like almost everybody else, picked up on President Akufo Addo's plagiarism debacle on his inaugural speech. What's different is that Trevor Noah - according to some - went a little too far with his slavery joke at the end of that skit. And you can trust Bright to pick up on that one for sure.
On Obama leaving office - You could have stayed in power forever like a true african president!
Most of the world will be sorry to see the first black president go, especially considering how little regard many have for his successor. Obama's African heritage makes this picture just the right kind of funny, although we doubt he thought along these lines.