Today has been a crazy day for me by any standard. On my way to work, while crossing at the Pedestrian approved Zebra crossing, I got involved in an accident. A trotro hit me and run over my foot. The lights were red for car and green for people. The road was a one way… Continue reading I got hit by a car today, it’s been crazy
I’ve got to do a lot of interesting things in 2017 and this is one of the most interesting so far. I get to share a stage with Nana Ama Agyemang Asante, Anita Erskine, Nana Akosua Hanson and Kwame Acheampong. I like talking so any talking opportunity gets me excited but getting to talk about… Continue reading #reImagineGH2017: Stories, Standards, Sex in the Digital World
Nestle Ghana launched their 60th Anniversary on March 17, 2016 and I was at the launch. It was short and it was sweet! One of my favorite things about the launch was how everything fit into the schedule and was on time. In her speech, the head of Nestle Ghana spoke about efforts and resources… Continue reading Nestle Ghana at 60 Launch
Jesus was 33 when he moved in with God 😒 RT @Braimah__: Lol please there's no justification for staying in ur parents house if u r above 26. — Efo Dela (@Amegaxi) December 1, 2015 I remember the day I grew up. Yes, for me there was one particular day when in my mine I… Continue reading Growing Up
source: ghanaweb.com Tomorrow is the anniversary of one of the worst tragedies to ever hit Ghana. There’s going to be an event at the site of the Fuel Station that exploded and charred many people. They will probably spend an obscene amount of money to mark the day. Fancy words will be said and nothing will… Continue reading Where were you that day?
Today I wore this T-Shirt to work. There’s nothing particularly special about it but this is the first time I’ve ever worn it out and I’ve had it since January 2015. I ordered it from Storefoundry and when it arrived I realized I had ordered a T-Shirt one size too small and when I wore it,… Continue reading Where Does Motivation Come From
By the time Tsali was five, no one was quite sure how many languages he spoke, not even his mother. Everyone agreed that children pick up languages very fast but Tsali spoke more languages than most adults knew existed. Anytime someone walked into his mother’s small shop, he would start a conversation in the… Continue reading Tsali