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 you do wrong and I particularly experienced all. Sometimes I … Continue reading FUNNY CHILDHOOD MEMORIES I HAVE, GROWING UP IN A GHANAIAN HOME
Being a free spirit and adventurous in Ghana is kind of hard when you are lady. Its like society expects somethings from you when you hit your twenties- marriage! It's hard to find a lady in her twenties who doesn't have thoughts of marriage or desperate about marriage. Growing up in a society where girls … Continue reading MARRIAGE, AN OVER HYPED INSTITUTION 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 being practiced. 1.FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION(FGM). Female genital mutilation is the … Continue reading FOUR OUTMODED CULTURAL PRACTICES IN GHANA
1.BARBADOS Hell yeah! because it's the Caribbean and I wouldn't have to think about racism but that's not the main reason i want to visit. I want to experience the island life, the beaches,the botanical gardens and enjoy the afternoon teas whilst watching cricket. I think its one of the beautiful Caribbean island and plus … Continue reading FIVE PLACES I WILL LIKE TO VISIT.
my view on black racism.....