Merry Christmas everyone! A first year student died while in high school. This might seem an odd subject for the season but I know what it is… Read more “The Shame of our “Good” Schools”
So I have been thinking… thinking about all the little baby boys and girls born outside Ghana – mostly in the United States and the United Kingdom. Those babies that mothers and fathers carefully calculate for them to be born outside the birth countries of their mothers and fathers.
Even though as a country we like free things- like being in the Tigo Tribe and things like that- many of us do know that nothing is… Read more “It’s FREE!!”
There is nothing like a “good” funeral to bring Ghanaians together.
There’s been talk of whether Ghana is back to its dumsor (wide spread power cuts) days or not. If it wasn’t a serious matter, it would actually… Read more “Feeling Sandwiched”
It’s been a while since I donned my urban planner’s hat and that has been deliberate. I took that hat off because it isn’t fashionable: I realized… Read more “HOW MY LIFE GOT BETTER WITH A MALL”
I took a short break from Winneba to reflect on other things going on in life- cars and floods and bribes. But then the casual and institutionalized… Read more “PHARAOH, LET MY PEOPLE GO!”
by Grace Ecklu/ posted for therawafrica.com On the morning of June 4, 2015, I had just one objective in mind: to make it in time to the VIP… Read more “WHEN ACCRA WENT UNDER”
Talking about babies, our class had a fair share of pregnant women.
Do I blame the course rep? It is often said that talk is cheap. That the system changes you. That men and women with sincere motives who have attempted to do what was right were either changed and corrupted by the system or sacked by the system. Why else did we pay?