• TEDxHarambe, Accra. Ghana – New Capitalism

    On November 04, 2010; there will be an independent TEDx event; TEDxHarambe for young Tech & Social Entrepreneurs and Corporate Executives in Accra, Ghana. The theme for the one-day event is on; “New Capitalism”. The programme will run from 12 pm – 7 pm at the College of Physicians...
  • Support Sankofa Pictures on Mensa's "No One Knows"

    My Sister-from-another-mother; Sam Kessie sent me this info about Sankofa Pictures shooting Mensa‘s new music video; No One Knows. Check this story out and visit this site to support the production of this music video. M3NSA recorded his 2nd Album ‘No. 1 MANGO STREET’ (which launches October 2, 2010),...
  • Who Is An Average Ghanaian…?

    I came across this blog; Kitchen Floor Cockroach by a Ghanaian blogger who also happened to be a law student in Accra, Ghana. Before continuing, this blog-post is aimed at who is considered the AVERAGE Ghanaian.  Do you have any idea who that person is? What qualities define that...
  • Will You Ever Quit Facebook?

    I stumbled upon this website: http://QuitFaceBookDay.com when I arrived at work this morning. Strucked by its catchy phrase, I decided to read more into what they are actually preaching. According the site; “Facebook is engaging, enjoyable and quite frankly, addictive. Quitting something like Facebook is like quitting smoking.” They’ve...
  • Sandi Owusu's Diva Delicious Line….

    Have you come across any lady in Ghana using a hand-bag by Diva Delicious? Did you care to know, who was the brain behind those ideas? Well; yours truly is about to bring more information about the bag and the brain behind it to your eyes and ears. Stay...
  • "Coz Ov Moni" by FOKN Bois Premieres in Accra.

    I’ve always been a great fan of Mensa Ansa a.k.a M3NSA back in days when he did the “Mapouka” track with Hip-Life Grand-papa; Reggie Rockstone. His energy and passion for music really made him one of the most respected and talented musicians from Ghana. I saw his teaming up...
  • My TEDxYouthInspire Talk on Social Media Impact on African Youth

    Growing up in a small trading-town of Keta in the Volta Region, my grand-mother; Madam Doris Degadjor-Deha; a Cereal/Grains Seller in the Keta Market paid so much attention to Education as the only key to eradicating poverty in our family. Back in the day, she always makes me write...
  • #DearFutureWife Trending…

    Whiles sited on the rear-seat of the rickety-newly-painted State Transport coach from Accra-to-Takoradi yesterday, I kept reading funny and silly tweets from around twitterdom on the trending topics; #DearFutureWife & #DearFutureHusband. In my opinion, I saw those trending topics as; “Single men and women  expressing their...
  • Why Do Ghanaian Employers Require University Education?

    Image by AdamCohn via Flickr Yesterday, I had a call from a friend who’s been job-hunting from the middle of last year till now. He’s been lucky to be short-listed for a few interviews but none ever worked out due to the “university degree” menace rocking the nation. This...