13 Years On The Lovi-Lovi Way

Below is the part of the speech I gave in response to the toast at my wedding on 15 June 2002. In 2009, I shared it within a group of friends as we all shared how we met our spouses and how we got married. We titled that sharing ‘My Valentine Story’.   On the

A Gem from Wasa Bawdie

I wrote this for the anthology Mother, edited by Kwasi Gyan-Apenteng and published in 2014. I am sharing it in full for the first time outside the book, in honour of the woman we call Auntie Esi “Chopbar”, one person I can’t stop loving enough. My mum has always been a petty trader, as far

MUST READ! Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death…Dr. Ada Igonoh survived Ebola – This is her Story

Culled from As Nigeria battles with the outbreak of Ebola, we consistently commend the dedication and selflessness of the doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. Lives have been lost, and families have had to undergo the trauma of isolation. The fear of the unknown even very crippling. We read about the numbers in the

20 YEARS ON… (I would do the same thing all over again) – by Ace Ankomah

May I reminisce? 11th July 1994 was a Monday. I was still 26, bright-eyed, and a tad confused about life and its twists and turns. At 10:00am, it was definitely a nervous me who was ushered into the room where I was to defend my masters thesis with a long title: THE DESIGN AND OPERATION