Ebola first appeared in 1976 in 2 simultaneous outbreaks, in Nzara, Sudan and in Yambuku, DRC. The latter was in a village situated near Ebola River, from which the disease takes its name. Looks as though everyone is scared of this dreaded disease. Well I may be the odd one because am a little ‘happy’. … More THOSE EBOLA IS SAVING
So after the hurdles that we faced in the race to get the library painted, we got to the point where we had only one option, to finish painting the library. The Saturday was intense with helping hands from two indigenous painters from within the Begoro community to assist the few hands the foundation had … More Begoro Library Painted; A Success Story.
Every project comes with its own challenge. In pictures the Begoro library looked very small only to be visited in reality and see its mammoth size relative to that of Bibiani and Sunyani for which we have painted. First challenge was now estimating the amount of money that will be needed to buy paints, brushes … More Painting Begoro Library; The Hurdles.
In the current Anas—Kennedy brouhaha my concern is the end result. Who stands to loose the fight against corruption? How did we get here so quickly? So we have a brave journalist who has adopted unconventional ways of getting the average citizen the opportunity to witness how come to an extent the nation bleeds everyday. … More Will Ghana Win or Loose? #12
The issue of truth about religion continues to plunder majority of religious believers. Since ancient times, several kinds of methodologies have been applied to either subdue or control humans despite sharp contrasts in the purpose of religion and Jewish account on creation. On the account of how God created the universe and the rationale for … More WHICH IS YOUR JESUS?
So after about a week there is still some form of agitation about the US-GH military deal. I have been watching and listening from my small web as a spider that reasons beyond political colours. When we as a people allow the very greedy stomachs to decide what our future will be, sometimes we all … More A Prophet Warned Us, We Didn’t Listen.
We are being misled as young people in this country. This might sound a little harsh looking at the level of entrepreneurship motivations going around to make us push for new things and challenge the status quo. The current banner of seminars and youth meetings have some bubble of false motivation that a lot of … More Needless Motivation!!
The way religion is delivered must change! Churches should stop preaching about miracles and breakthroughs. Popular preaching such as sowing a seed or give and it shall be given unto you have been misinterpreted for personal gains. No wonder pastors are so rich and the people and congregation around them are so poor. We are … More RELIGION IN AFRICA; How we must shift the paradigm.
To the glory of Almighty God I will first congratulate the organisers of the very first NaSFIS that has now opened the door to the forensic hall in Ghana. UCC has done a great job by leading this charge and I am proud to have my undergraduate supervisor now the HOD of the forensic department … More 1st National Symposium on Forensic and Investigative Sciences; My Experience.
Where were the men of God when Libya was under attack for no reason? This is the part I simply dislike. (Pardon my anger). We were all here when Gaddafi was killed like a street dog by mercenaries mostly trained through funding that came from the forces that make up the NATO. Back then no … More By Their Flowers Have You Not Seen Them?
After about 2 years of being tossed about by DVLA on a simple transfer of my driver’s license final stages (oral and field test) from Cape Coast to Kumasi which they never did, I had someone to do it for me from Goaso since Bibiani has no DVLA office. I now understand why a lot … More Kilometers on Bike.