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Date of Birth , 1905
Date of Death 1984 (aged 78–79)
Place of Birth Accra, Ghana
Country Ghana
Profession Journalist
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Mabel Dove Danquah Biography

Mabel Dove Danquah is a famous Ghanaian journalist, politician and writer, who was born on , 1905 in Accra, Ghana. According to Astrologers, Mabel Dove Danquah's zodiac sign is .

Mabel Ellen Dove was born in Accra to Eva Buckman. a businesswoman in Osu, and Francis (Frans) Dove (1869–1949), a lawyer from Sierra Leone who was the first President of the Gold Coast Bar. With her sisters, Mabel at the age of six was taken to Annie Walsh Memorial School in Freetown, Sierra Leone, and received further education in England at Anglican Convent in Bury St. Edmunds and St. Michael's College, Hurstpierpoint, where she took a secretarial course, against the wishes of her father. She was sent back to Freetown, and while there she helped set up a women's cricket club, participated in the local dramatics society and read extensively, before returning at the age of 21 to the Gold Coast. She found employment as a shorthand-typist with Elder Dempster for eight years, then transferred to G. B. Olivant, before going to work as a Manager with the trading company of A. G. Leventis.

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She started writing for The Times of West Africa, Ghana's first daily newspaper, which was founded and owned by Dr J. B. Danquah and strongly advocated fundamental human rights while denouncing foreign domination. Through the column "Ladies Corner [later Women's] by Marjorie Mensah" (1931–34), her articles won her great public popularity: "she dared women to break with form, to derive inspiration from the suffragists, to denounce imperialism, and to fight for their rights." She also won the admiration of the paper's proprietor, whom she eventually married in 1933. In 1939, she gave radio talks in support of the war effort.

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After The Times of West Africa ceased to function, she went on to write for the African Morning Post (1935–40), the Nigerian Daily Times (1936–37), the Accra Evening News (1950–1960s) and the Daily Graphic (1952). When in 1951 she took on the editorship of the Accra Evening News — the paper of the Convention People's Party (CPP), founded in 1948 — she was the second woman ever to edit a newspaper in Ghana. Although the appointment ended after five months because of disagreement with CPP leader Kwame Nkrumah over editorial methods, she remained loyal to Nkrumah and the party.

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Her involvement with politics started after Kwame Nkrumah founded his Convention People's Party (CPP), in 1949, and she became a member of staff of the nationalist Accra Evening News, joining the campaign for the end of British rule and immediate self-government for the Gold Coast. In the general election of 1954, she was committed to organising women for the CPP, and she was subsequently put up as a CPP candidate for Ga Rural constituency, which she won. Her election made her the first female member of the Legislative Assembly of the Gold Coast.

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She was a prolific author over a period of four decades — her published collections of short stories include The Happenings of the Night (1931), The Adventures of the Black Girl in her Search for Mr Shaw (1934), Anticipation (1947), The Torn Veil (1947), Payment (1947), Invisible Scar (1966) and Evidence of Passion (1969) — until her literary career was curtailed by her blindness in 1972. Her work is anthologised in collections including Langston Hughes′ An African Treasury: Articles, Essays, Stories, Poems (1960), and Margaret Busby's Daughters of Africa (1992). A collection of her work, Selected Writings of a Pioneer West African Feminist (edited by Stephanie Newell and Audrey Gadzekpo), was published in 2004.

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