Tag: west african writer

A TRAVELLING INTROVERT

A TRAVELLING INTROVERT

I have started embarking on solo travels to some destinations of which Mauritius is first on my list. It  was my intention to spend short stays at each destination, maybe derive some inspirations from each stay and incorporate it into my writings as I discover […]

CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER ONE

It has been six months since Ellen has been home waiting for the results of the waec examinations she wrote. The results will decide if she will continue to the senior high school or have to repeat three years of junior high which really will […]

LESSONS I LEARNT IN BLOGGING

LESSONS I LEARNT IN BLOGGING

I basically started blogging to post my books , my articles and thoughts and create a platform who might support me when I finally bring out my debut book. looking back on it now i have seen how i have come a long way and […]

A DIY FOR HEALTHY HAIR GROWTH

A DIY FOR HEALTHY HAIR GROWTH

Taking pictures yesterday I realized how my hair had grown over the few months of using homemade recipes and non store-bought products. Having a big chop in december last year and seeing this growth over the few months ,I am over whelmed and i decided to take a […]

FUNNY CHILDHOOD MEMORIES I HAVE, GROWING UP IN A GHANAIAN HOME

FUNNY CHILDHOOD MEMORIES I HAVE, GROWING UP IN A GHANAIAN HOME

Most people who grew up with African parents normally know they are often no-nonsense and instill discipline in the daily routine of their children that they believe are shaping them to be an upright adult. From the household chores, running of errands to the beatings when […]

FOUR OUTMODED CULTURAL PRACTICES IN GHANA

FOUR OUTMODED CULTURAL PRACTICES IN GHANA

There are hundred ethnic groups in Ghana each with their unique  cultural practices due to their believes. Some are barbaric that organisations had to advocate against it for it to be abolished. Below are four outmoded cultural practices in Ghana but yet some are still […]

UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG THE YOUTH IN GHANA.

UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG THE YOUTH IN GHANA.

In a country where cost of living is high and most parts of the capital city charge services in dollars , sadly there is large percentage of unemployed youth. Youths living in poverty, youth who are depressed and frustrated at how they can’t fend for […]

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS I PLAN TO VISIT IN GHANA

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS I PLAN TO VISIT IN GHANA

Exploring tourism in my homeland……

DILEMMA OF MY MISTAKEN IDENTITY

DILEMMA OF MY MISTAKEN IDENTITY

Ever since I got back home i have been making observations at how people relate to me. From the lady who sells fruits down the streets to the cab driver i pick, they all have on view on me ‘highborn, rich ,classy’,which is frustrating at times as […]

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

I remember those screams vividly,the broken plates,scattered room,broken chair ,the verbal abuse and the blood.That was often what  happened between step dad and mum.I would try to separate the fight but i was two powerless in the situation. Just a 12 year old ,i would […]


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