Eko Encounters: Why Sweat Elsewhere?

27 June 2012 As I made my way to work this morning, my thoughts turned, as usual for this week in particular, toAfrica. I have been musing this week aboutGhanaand today I added the country I consider my second home –Nigeria. I have been working here in Eko permanently for almost three months now. I

Nana Addo Groups

  Compiled by Nana Awere Damoah [With contributions by Kofi Boakye Afrifa, Gifty Allotey, Dzamesi Selorm, Rita Boateng Nyantakyi, Ayimadu Theduke Ofgh, Sandy Nartey, Elijah Atta-Aidoo, Henrietta Hammond, Kotei Neequaye, Francis K Ocloo, Abraham N Adomah]   Not to be left out, groups will soon emerge to push for the 2012 election of Nana A

Ghanaman Prose

My brothers and sisters, first and foremost,  I think basically that Ghanaians are a great bunch of people. We have our own expressions that are understood only by us. They come in various ways. We like to happy ourselves. Is that true for all Ghanaians, you may ask. My response? “Who told you?” As a

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