Tribute

The Rise and Rise of Komla Dumor – by Francis Doku

*In honour of Komla Dumor, who passed away yesterday 18 January, 2014, aged 41, I reproduce an article by my friend Francis Doku. KD inspired many of us. RIP, KD. We will miss you. By Francis Doku (published 7 April 2011) KOMLA DUMOR has had a very wonderful career in broadcasting and that has culminated

Porting to NanaDamoah.Com

I have been blogging since 2006/2007 when the concept was suggested to me by Uncle Samuel Akpan Ekong. Hitherto blogging my writings, I used to send them out via a mailing list on yahoogroups (which started in 2004 and still continues) to friends. Uncle Sam got my writings through his nephew and my friend Nii

Porting to NanaDamoah.Com

I have been blogging since 2006/2007 when the concept was suggested to me by Uncle Samuel Akpan Ekong. Hitherto blogging my writings, I used to send them out via a mailing list on yahoogroups (which started in 2004 and still continues) to friends. Uncle Sam got my writings through his nephew and my friend Nii

Tribute to Camacho – by Chemineer Class of 1999 (Written by Dr Reynolds Agyare-Frimpong)

Camacho, as he was popularly known on campus, was a very smart and driven young man. He was very analytical and expressed his views liberally, however divergent from mainstream they seemed, to elicit meaningful discussions. Members of Unity Hall (his residence hall in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology) might remember him as a