Commentary of political issues

#DumsorMustStop

After the #dumsormuststop vigil, I walked back to where I had parked and drove home, via the Nkrumah Memorial Street (formerly known as Tema Motorway). Usually when I turn off towards Comm 20, I would get an inkling of whether we have lights at home or not by the illumination at the first gate of

Sebitically Speaking: How it Strikes Me – Antoinette Herrmann-Condobrey

In an information-saturated age where skimming through pages has virtually become the standard for reading, you know you got something unique when you find your head willingly buried in a book, checking out every line and with a smile. That is what Nana Awere Damoah gives you in Sebitically Speaking.   Inspired by Damoah’s late

Great time at book reading and signing!

On Saturday 10 January 2015, Kofi Akpabli and I had three sessions of readings at Totally Youth, North Ridge from 11am till 4.30pm, with the audience also reading their favourite excepts and chapters of our books. The second session was jam-packed! We are grateful to the moderators of the sessions: Anny Osabutey (1st session), Kwame

Infoboxx GH Awards 2014

Contributors: George Sam Jnr, Obaapanyin Acquaah, Freda Nyarkoa Nyarko, Tendana Hambali Dauda, Winfred Ofori, Kwame Gyata, Akwasi Yiadom, Louis Adu-Amoah, Emmanuel Boakye, Lambert Coffie Atsivor, Manasseh Awuni Azure, Qwarm Erzuah, Linda Narh, Kwame Gyata, Abena Magis, AR Zakari, Fiifi Okyne, Clarence Amoateng, Yvonne Boateng, Eddie Ameh Snr Sikamanian of the Year: Posthumous award to Komla