Eko Encounters: A Tale of One Wrong Turn

16 May 2012 I got my official car a couple of weeks ago but only started using it yesterday 15 May. The reason was simple. And no, it is not because I can’t drive or I prefer okada. I had promised myself that there was no way I was going to drive inLagos. Not for

Empower Series 64: Holding on a Bit Longer

I was travelling to Cote d’Ivoire on Emirates on a Sunday and the stated time for check in was 9am – 11am for a 1:55pm flight. I usually want to check in early to avoid long queues and also to relax. I planned to leave the house at 9am, but eventually left around 9:15am, as

My 2011 Awards

(with inputs from Nana Kweku Ankobiah, Dela Kobla Nyamuame, Winfred Edem Ofori, Yvonne Amenuvor, Sunday Aderemi, Genevieve Parker, Kwame Akpesey, Stephen D Yankey, Kwabena Agyapong Asare, Nana Kweku Ankobiah, Francis Kennedy Ocloo, Dela Kobla Nyamuame, Richard Billy Hanyabui, Jacob Nana Dapaah) This is very eclectic. Enjoy. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 1. Most

Nana Fredua Agyeman – Book review: Excursions in My Mind

Title: Excursions in My Mind Author: Nana Awere Damoah Publishers: Athena Press Pages: 134 Year of First Publication: 2008 Country: Ghana Reviewer: Nana Fredua Agyeman (ImageNations, Nana Awere Damoah’s book Excursions in my Mind began that which was continued in Through the Gates of Thought. As in the latter, this book of inspiration used