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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, http://freduagyeman.blogspot.com/) 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