The day after Independence: My hopes for Ghana after 60

Yes, 60 years of nationhood, thus how far we have come! A great milestone of a diamond jubilee must be celebrated. Happy birthday Ghana. 🇬🇭 To the next 60 we shall march on creating equal opportunity for all, prosperity and be the beacon of hope for Africa as the Black Star twinkle. God bless my homeland Ghana. The 6th March anniversary parade at the independence square which … Continue reading The day after Independence: My hopes for Ghana after 60

Vals Day Letter to Yaa Aketesia

  My dearest Yaa Aketesia, I was only wondering how my only super precious Queen is faring. I was in a state of stupor, on the maiden auspicious day I set my daring inquisitive eyes on your very spectacular, splendid, sensational bodily arrangement. The alvarolically shaped bodily arrangement was like the parallel lines which never meet. I was extremely flabbergasted by your sparkling eyes which … Continue reading Vals Day Letter to Yaa Aketesia

Guest Blog: A quest for Purity II -Pastor Jim Hughes

Hello Friend, we are continuing with our special blogs on Purity with Pastor Jim Hughes . Last week he laid the foundations for purity, dealing with what it is, what it takes and what the Bible says about it.  In this last blog he lays out practical ways by which we can stay pure in body, mind and soul.  Happy Valentine’s Day to you, let … Continue reading Guest Blog: A quest for Purity II -Pastor Jim Hughes

Celebrating my Papa, General Dodd

It is the birthday of my Pastor and am celebrating him through the hands of Poetry Stanza 1 It is your day General Dodd The head of my spiritual board Tasted a measure of your disciplinary rod Which has strengthened my formation and foundation chord Stanza 2 Your acts of genuine love towards me, servant leadership and infectious love for God Has helped shaped my … Continue reading Celebrating my Papa, General Dodd

Guest Blog: A Quest for Purity I -Pastor Jim Hughes

Hello Friend, we are in the love season and all sorts of messages will be sent via the media space. Demands are being made on partners in relationship, the garment of purity is at risk and the dangers of “polish on dirt” are flaming. Today we have a special guest blog by Pastor Jim Hughes to explore this subject. He has been a great friend … Continue reading Guest Blog: A Quest for Purity I -Pastor Jim Hughes

Papayaw Asare: My 2017 50 books Reading Challenge

Time for goals in a new year It is another new year -the season of goal setting and as Michael Ohene Effah will say”installing new habits”. A key goal under my mental development theme is to take up a reading challenge. The thing is I attempted this 3 years ago without success. So this time around I took inspiration from Dr. Esi Ansah who says … Continue reading Papayaw Asare: My 2017 50 books Reading Challenge

Of Plagiarism, Politics and the musings of disturbed content creators

Passing someone’s ideas, work or words as your own is a condemnable act. In academia one could be sacked, academic qualification revoked or thesis rejected. So from the forgoing, this is not a matter to be toyed with. Unfortunately in our part of the world we don’t take it seriously. Dabbing has become a canker in our schools questioning the the integrity and a placing a dent on the ethical leadership of our graduates Continue reading Of Plagiarism, Politics and the musings of disturbed content creators