The sophisticated and widely accepted credit/debit ATM cards that we are now accustomed to has laid the foundations for the convenience of spending without much diligence. And so it surprises me very little that a close friend of mine has vowed not to use an ATM card or any kind of debit or credit card. This is…… Continue reading 5 SAFETY RULES FOR DEBIT/CREDIT CARD USERS
Last week I requested an Uber ride to cantonments. Aside the great reception from the driver,he kept asking; madam are you comfortable?, should I turn on the AC? and a whole lot I intend to keep to my self. I paid a little over 10 Ghana cedis (which is relatively cheaper than what a cab would charge…… Continue reading UBER VS TAXI
So many people I know feel very entitled. I am very guilty of that too….we feel like our systems have to work because the elected few have been elected to make it work. We forget that it’s a contract to serve us, not a sentence of servitude. That key element of responsibility has fallen through…… Continue reading BITTEN BY CONCEPTION
Source: How I (Presumedly) Became Ghana’s First Female MC
Dear mother Teresa, I have spent the past three years of my life trying to understand your motivations for the path you choose during your life time because I felt the an urge to follow in your steps. I was only a year old when you passed on. But things are so different now, if…… Continue reading To Give Or Not To ……..
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Mia Birdsong stopped the audience in their tracks when she said, “We have overlooked the most powerful resource we have for solving poverty: People who are poor.” Photo: Marla Aufmuth/TED After two days of TEDWomen 2015, the jaw-dropping, standing-O moments are still hanging in the air — smart, sad and funny insights on things…
Memorializing June 3rd……Ghana’s black Wednesday………………………. Two weeks ago I spent the AU day at home watching movies like Sarafina,Sometimes in April, Hotel Rwanda and the likes desperately trying to reconcile the lessons of our past with the present day Africa. After…… Continue reading BACKWARDNESS: AN AFRICAN MONUMENT/ FLOOD & FIRE