When it Rains in Ghana
PICTURE OF THE WEEK
I AM NO POET
I am no poet; A poet’s memory is a golden vessel Harbouring senseless witty tales of uninvented truths; And his tongue, A long uncircumcised...
I met this man Jesus
His eyes met mine. I sensed immediately that he wanted my undivided attention. His gaze was neatly fixed on me with purpose and intent. In a split...
The Chase for the Jirapa Constituency Seat
The Jirapa constituency today appears to be one of the political hotspots in Ghana. With intense political activities gearing up towards the November...
But for some reasons….
Today is just a morning after yesterday’s turmoil. I banged on the door with such an extreme rage and vibe. I was running away because apparently,...
…Beauty In The Struggle……
I am possibly sitting somewhere in a noisy crowd and yet the most silent place deep down the chambers of my heart. I am possibly slouching somewhere...
Is yours a ‘kid’ or a...
During my early years in basic school, one learned about the offsprings of living things and the names used in reference to them. For instance the...
Is something wrong with joy in vast technology?
“Technology isn’t here to only change the way you do things but also here to change the perception on things you need to do.” Bennis...
My future president – part 1
May I start by wishing you merry Christmas! I am not so sure how the New Year will turn out. Whether it will be a happy New Year or a not so happy...
Event review: Accra hip-hop week climax concert
By Joseph ‘Aqweci’ Ofori & Alan Kyeremateng The maiden edition of the Accra Hip-Hop Week, a 6-Day event held at Alliance Francaise which...
A student in school, a slave after school
Welcome to Ghana, a large arena for political battle. A country where “we are blessed with natural resources but we’re poor” is a cliché. A...