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 […]
December 9, 2017

10 Things to Know About the Western Region

“The best comes from the west” is a phrase which is commonly used by the […]
September 25, 2017

Monday Musings: Ghana’s Maritime Boundary Win

On Saturday, the 23rd of September, 2017, the International Tribunal of the Law of the […]
September 14, 2017

Kenneth Agyapong: A Man with a Purpose

Kenneth Agyapong Jr, who some may know as Kenny, or Kenny Agy, like most of us, started off uncertain of what it is that he wanted to do. Little did he know he was preparing himself for his purpose. Kenny started his 1st job, well technically his 2nd job, because he recalls working at
September 11, 2017

Portrait of Ghana: A Portrait of Hope?

Hands open to reveal a rotating miniature earth cupped between, as a Voice Over teases: […]
August 31, 2017

The Rights of Homosexuals and their “Demonic Agenda”

On August 17, 2017, a group of Ghanaians living in Canada staged a protest to […]
August 21, 2017

MONDAY MUSINGS: Do Ghanaians live in a Bubble?

On Monday, the 14th of this month, a hillside in Regent, a mountain town on […]
July 20, 2017

The Youth and Politics

Politics is one thing young people don’t want to discuss. They’re either too busy on […]
July 19, 2017

Rebecca Takes Ghana

The beautiful mother land of Ghana! Where should I begin?!?! Have you ever experienced that feeling of being overwhelmingly overjoyed? Well, this was my experience as I touched the grounds of Mother Africa – Accra, Ghana! Immediately upon arrival in Accra (the capital of Ghana), I cried with joy and had thoughts of kissing the group
July 18, 2017

The Devil in My Name

“A name represents identity, a deep feeling and holds tremendous significance to its owner” ~ […]
July 10, 2017

What a Storm over Ghana Looks Like from Space!

A Storm over Ghana ? Yes you got that right. Slant the vertical map of […]
July 3, 2017

Monday Musings: There Is Still Hope

If Independence Day were to take a cursory look at some of the programs on […]
June 20, 2017

A Day with Fashion Blogger Ramona McDermott

“My mom would allow me to spend the weekends with my aunt and she would […]
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 […]
June 7, 2017

Ghana: The Pervasive Acts Of Indiscipline

Ghanaians are currently in a state of morbidity and horror over the brutal murder of […]
June 5, 2017

Monday Musings: Justice For Captain Mahama

I had hoped for a more upbeat return for Monday Musings. Even as I considered […]
April 18, 2017

Sanity Against Insanity

Some routes we find ourselves using on daily basis makes us sometimes wonder what this […]
March 30, 2017

THE POWER OF THE THUMB

THE POWER OF THE THUMB? – *largely written as a fresher but still relevant in […]
March 14, 2017

Oh! Mr. Gabby- My Potential Landlord and Real Estate Woes

“Oh! Mr. Gabby…” was all I could say at 7:00 am that Wednesday, 22nd February […]
March 14, 2017

BRAGORO

She was the most beautiful creature Odomanko had placed on earth and none could compete […]
February 28, 2017

EMBRACING ONE’S SELF

On Thursday 26th January 2017, I was privileged to attend the January edition of Dream Oval […]
February 28, 2017

IDENTIFYING SOME 27 MILLION GHANAIANS BIOMETRICALLY

From Lawra to Aflao, Half Assini to Bawku, all over Ghana people will queue for […]
February 27, 2017

A MERGE? NO, WE NEED A PURGE!

*written in my sophomore year I remember a target I set for myself as a […]
December 29, 2016

RASHIDA BLACK BEAUTY; WHO IS TO BLAME?

For the past one month, the word #Malaka has gained prominence on Facebook. Initially, I […]
December 28, 2016

ELECTION 2016 IN RETROSPECT

  “The wind of change has blown in his favour. The NPP worked hard for […]
November 21, 2016

Inspiring Talks By Some TedxAccraWomen Speakers

TEDxAccra, the local chapter of TED Global, hosted its first signature women’s flagship event, TEDxAccraWomen, […]
November 21, 2016

Youth in Agriculture: Moving Beyond Talk to Action

A few years back, agriculture was not so much of a topical issue in the […]
October 19, 2016

THE SECRET OF THE BUTTERFLY

Sometimes you dread it when you wake… when you wake from that perfect dream of […]
October 18, 2016

MY GLANCE AT FEAR

I had heard several stories of failed democracies, extreme droughts, famine and backsliding governments over […]
October 17, 2016

WHEN FISH ROTS

The entire building was surrounded. They came fast like soldier ants descending their anthill and […]
October 17, 2016

DISASTER IS NOT A COMPETITION

I love to view the internet as a civilization all on its own; a virtual […]
September 27, 2016

GOOD MEN

Before I begin, I want to state for the record that not only am I […]
September 27, 2016

THE FOUR WHO STOOD UP

For months on end, there had been schemes and stratagems carved out to kick out […]
September 26, 2016

MONDAY MUSINGS – HEROES AND VILLAINS

I grew up on stories of legends, heroes and great men like Alexander the Great, […]
September 21, 2016

I KILLED A MAN

I killed a man. Today. He was tall and bright. And his darkness was like […]
September 19, 2016

MONDAY MUSINGS: SILLY SEASON IN GHANA

Silly season is a familiar term to avid football followers. It’s that time of the […]
September 13, 2016

SANKOFA

Since 2008, Uncle Ebo Whyte has been thrilling theatre lovers with outstanding plays which do […]
September 12, 2016

MONDAY MUSINGS – MY BLACK MATTERS

Facebook founder and the 5th richest man in the world, Mark Zuckerberg visited the continent […]
September 5, 2016

MONDAY MUSINGS: ONE FOR YOU, ONE FOR ME

Buy one get one free. That seems to be the theme of this year’s election. […]
September 1, 2016

How a craving for doughnuts started a business

If you crave it and can’t have it, then create it! That seems to be […]
August 30, 2016

Identity Oblivion of the Melanin Soul

We have bled tears and wept blood Humiliated. Mutilated. Segregated. Where were you? Where were […]
August 29, 2016

MONDAY MUSINGS: MOVING ON FROM MONTIE (II)

“What is legal is not always right”. I was reminded of this quote by a […]
July 25, 2016

MONDAY MUSINGS – WE NEED NEW HEROES

On a working visit to a number of schools in the Eastern region last week, […]
July 17, 2016

A designer rocks the fashion world while fighting malaria

Breaking into the hyper-competitive fashion world isn’t easy, but Ghanaian fashion designer Papa Oppong is […]
July 16, 2016

LET’S VALUE OUR WOMEN.

Last week, I came across a news publication on one of the online news portals […]
June 20, 2016

The Female Painter

There are numerous jobs well-known to be executed by men. For example, hardly do you […]
June 14, 2016

Have Our Politicians Taken Us For A Ride?

While growing up as a child, I liked freebies. I always wanted people to give […]
June 7, 2016

Branches of the Same Tree

I look at my hands and each has five fingers, Though not the same, Their […]
June 6, 2016

Monday Musings – Smoking Kills

Smoking kills. How many times have you heard that very common refrain? And when you […]
May 12, 2016

What Keeps me Awake at Night?

As a young man currently doing his National Service, the only thought that keeps me […]
April 5, 2016

A Photo with Afriyie – The Untold Story

“If you look at history, innovation doesn’t come just from giving people incentives; it comes […]
February 22, 2016

Monday Musings- Politics of Prayer

President Peter Mutharika was worried. His country’s leading budget donors had just withdrawn support – […]
February 1, 2016

A Misstep in the Music

The air reverberated with sounds from a construction site. It was 1981, and a single […]
November 9, 2015

For Them by Us! Developing for the people or for Foreigners?

Have you ever driven through the city of Accra and did a double take because […]
March 19, 2015

Historical Sites of Our Identity (Ancestors and Caves)

“To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to always remain a […]
October 9, 2014

A True Social Entrepreneur – Dr. Patrick Awuah Jr.

Dr. Patrick Awuah Jr. is the visionary behind one of Africa’s prestigious universities, Ashesi University-College. […]
October 7, 2014

Educating a New Generation – Ashesi University

Fred Degbe Jr. (Founder of Heel the World), Regina Agyare (Founder of Soronko Foundation), Charles […]