Friday, December 14, 2018

How We Chopped Down Gandhi’s Statue at the University of Ghana

NTOABOMA -- Before I left home, my great grandmother called me into her living room. “Remember what you’ve been taught by that table,” as she...

The Bishop’s Candlesticks

Author’s Note – Though similar events happened in the St Augustine’s College, the story and characters in this book are all a product of...

On How Africa Resolved Her Crises – Lessons From The Famine Stela

TIMBUKTU, Mali - The Famine Stela story is a narrative on African leadership. The inscription is written in hieroglyphs and is located on Sehel...

Femininity: The Supreme Gift of Motherhood

NTOABOMA—I was seven, meandering through the thick of the sacred grounds in Ntoaboma—the sacred forest of rituals. It was situated at the edge of...

Yeeye Aka Akwantuo Mu – Worries of a Diasporan Brother

After a week of strong debating on issues such as the use of academic titles (Daniel Pryce), Mills Should Arrest Rawlings (Justice Sarpong) and...

Short Story: Assortative Dating – The Smart Way Out for PhD Single Ladies

ACCRA -- When gorgeous wedding pictures of Ghana’s newest royal couple, Nana Ansah Kwao IV and Oheneyire Dr. Gifty Anti hit our television screens,...

After Moesha’s CNN Shame, Sugar Daddy Shortage Hits Accra

If a relationship cannot take you to the alter, it must take you to the bank ~ anonymous If you date a broke sugar...

Yes Sir Master, Worries Of A Diasporan Brother

It was Christmas day in 2008. I woke up to an eerie silence, only interrupted by the sizzling sound of the electric milk van...

The Farmer and the Lion

On a sweltering hot day in the jungle, a day the sun prevailed and the thermostats burst, a lion perched in the shade under...

The Eye of Horus and the Rise of the Confederation

A cold blast of air split the early morning dawn in Accra on one listless day in early September 1990. The midwives and doctor...