January 8, 2018
Shatta Wale

The Enigma of Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale is the undisputed king of Ghana Music. Whoever disagrees washes his face upward. […]
January 1, 2018
New Year Fireworks

The New Year: From the Temples of Babylon to the Streets of Ghana

The Ghanaian New Year Celebration may not be as iconic as the New York Times […]
December 25, 2017
Christmas Masquerades in Ghana

The Un-African Christmas: How Christmas Came to Africa

Increasingly, evening time in Ghana loses quiet to bangs, when the firecrackers (aka ‘knockouts’) start […]
December 9, 2017

Almost A Slave: Solomon’s Escape from Slave Trade in Libya

On February 2017, the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) published a comprehensive and […]
October 9, 2017

The Black Race and the Curse of Ham

Ever heard of the so-called ‘Curse of Ham’? This infamous term was derived from the Genesis account of the Hebrew Scriptures—commonly called
July 26, 2017

Youth Unemployment in Ghana is a Global Challenge

In a bid to escape the awkward silence at a friend’s birthday dinner, a plethora […]
June 14, 2017

Is Our Education System Training Us for a Nonexistent World?

Everyone has a right to education. Ghana has made headways in that respect as it […]