So, here's another puzzle from the old TSR in-house newsletter RANDOM EVENTS, this time from the March 1982 issue. The lead article for this one is a first-hand account of what it's like to live through a coup. While the credit is in an odd place, the author seems to be Barima Opong-Owusu of Ghana. I assume Opong-Owusus was a TSR employee at the time,* or else he probably wdn't have been contributing to the employee newsletter. But what role he played in the company I have no idea. Not, I suspect, in the R&D/rpg department, or else I'd have expected to have come across the name at some point, even though it was long before my time.
What surprises me most, given how lily-white a company TSR as I knew it was, that a decade earlier there had been not one but two people of color on staff.
*this is suggested by his statement that he wrote up the piece at the request of Jeff Perren