Academic Obadele Kambon lives with his family in Ghana's capital
African American Obadele Kambon has never looked back since moving to Ghana in 2008.
He vowed to quit the US for West Africa after being the victim of what he believed was a racially motivated arrest.
Mr Kambon has now built a successful life in the place that was once at the heart of the slave trade, and enjoys the freedom which, he says, was denied to him in the US, his birthplace.
He says he no longer looks over his shoulder, worrying that police will pull him over or, worse still, kill his son. This was the a fate that befell 12-year-old Tamir Rice who, was shot dead in a park in Cleveland, Ohio, in 2014 while playing with a pellet gun that police said they thought was real.
Wrongly arrestedThe young boy's death sparked protests in Cleveland, and became a focal point for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Mr Kambon says the turning point in his life came ..