Mr. Michael Kwadwo Ntiamoah


Dept: Religious Studies
Department of Religious Studies (NB TF 11-H)
Faculty of Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
KNUST, Kumasi.

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Research Areas/Interests

Religious Diversity in Ghana Christianity, Chieftaincy and Akan Indigenous Knowledge Values. Akan indigenous religion and social order....~more

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    • Ntiamoah, M.K., Asiedu-Amoako, S. (2020) ‘Environmental Ethics in Akyem Abuakwa: Developing the Ecological Zone through the African Worldview’. E-Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Vol. 1 (5) (September 2020): 185 – 193. Available online at:

    Ntiamoah, M. K. (2015). ‘Religious and Social Relevance of Nsuae (Oath Swearing) in Akan Indigenous Leadership Formation’. E-journal of Religious and Theological Studies, Vol. 1, No.  2: 122- 139.

    Ntiamoah, M. K., and Asiedu-Amoako, S. (2015) ‘African Spirituality and Sustainable Environment: A Discourse on African Ecological Theology’. Journal of Environmental Science, Computer Science and Engineering and Technology. Vol. 4, No. 2: 526- 536.

    Ntiamoah, M.K., Asiedu-Amoako, S. (2020) ‘Indigenous Knowledge and Ecological Orientation for Teacher Training Institutions in Ghana: An Appraisal’. International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology. Vol. 5 (9), 2020: 1284-1291

    Ntiamoah, M. K., Asiedu-Amoako, S., & Gedzi, V. S. (2016). ‘Environmental degradation: A challenge to traditional leadership at Akyem Abuakwa in the eastern region of Ghana’. American Journal of Indigenous Studies, Vol. 1, No.1: A1- A13.

    Ntiamoah, M.K. (2018). ‘Communication and Information Management: Akan Indigenous Approach’. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 14: 39-45

    Opuni-Frimpong, K., Ntiamoah, M.K. (2021). “Conversion Experience of Akan Christian Royals in Ghana”. E-Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Vol.2, no. 11: 179-190. DOI:

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