Essays

Empower Series 63: Your State of Being is Another’s Dream

  I spent the weekend of 5 and 6 March 2011 dabbling in two of my delights: spending time with the youth in Cape Coast and ministering with Joyful Way Incorporated in Takoradi, now christened Oil City or OilKrom. I was a priviledged to be invited by Nhyira Foundation to speak at the Gathering of Visioneers

Outlets in Ghana and worldwide for my books

Accra: Silverbird Lifestyle Shop, Accra Mall; Beacon Bookshop at Special Plaza 1, East Legon; Evinodent Bookhouse, Near TV Africa, Awudome. Cape Coast: Contact Mr Johnson Adjei of the Department of Science and Maths Education, University of Cape Coast, Old Site. Call or text on 0243562189. Takoradi: Princess Chemist, in Mankessim White House, near STC. Contact

My 2010 Awards

This is very eclectic. Enjoy and Happy New Year! 1. Most publicized job: Foot-soldier. 2. The most misunderstood statement: “There are many ways to kill a cat.” 3. The most popular charge: “Causing fear and panic.” 4. The most consistent utility company: Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG). You could always count on them to disappoint.

The Ghanaman Dictionary – by Qouphy Appiah Obirikorang

Burger a.k.a bogga: A specialist, with practical work experience in animal/herbivore dentistry, harvesting apples and tomatoes. Visits home country on special occasions. Grand entry; incognito departure due to bankruptcy. I.C Quaye: see tsunami Tsunami: falsified natural occurrences. Very rare in nature. Noted for stealing academic credentials preferably certificates and transcripts. Kotoko: one who praises you