Through the Gates of Thought

Book signing – Kofi Akpabli and Nana Awere Damoah

BOOK SIGNING: Spend an afternoon with authors Kofi Akpabli (Sense of Savannah, Tickling the Ghanaian and CNN African Journalist for Arts and Culture for 2010 and 2011, with articles The Serious Business of Soup in Ghana & What is Right with Akpeteshie) and Nana Awere Damoah (Excursions in My Mind, Through the Gates of Thought

Shiny, Bright and New – Review by Maureen Moore

Current events in the good ole U.S. of A. are causing me to turn my sights abroad for inspiration. Thus today’s perspective focuses on the recent work of Nana Awere Damoah, an emerging writer in Ghana whose work is simultaneously intellectual and inspirational. Damoah has published two books, including Through the Gates of Thought, as

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

For better for worse – a poem

This poem was written on 18 May 1999, on request, for the Pentecost Students’ Association (PENSA) Ladies’ Day on KNUST campus. It was performed by then first year medical student and now Dr. Evelyn Jiagge. A flower blossoms with alacrity But its beauty fades with rapidity Many a relationship begins with vitality Yet quickly, so