13 comments on “LESSONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY- PART ONE

  1. That was a wonderful piece. i can actually attribute it to my life and my stay at the KNUST; but will leave out a little detail, sad one too, that i am not a True Blood (Katangee as you’ll call it), although, i must add, a very True Royal :). I enjoyed reading it immensely, Courage. so looking forward to Part II.

    • Ienjoy every bit of it and also learnt some lessons that..”We should be proud of our tribe n never be enthnocentric”.Am really proud of u n I will not be surprise if u become one of the finest writers the world has ever seen.Such a talent! God guide u brother….

  2. iF IT MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER, I NEVER LOOKED DOWN ON KATANGEES WHILST ON KNUST CAMPUS, I ALWAYS ADMIRED THEIR COURAGE, PASSION, UNITY AND DETERMINATION. THEY DID EVERYTHING TOGETHER AND DID IT WELL! SOME THINGS THEY DID WERE FOOLISH, BUT HEY…I ALSO NOTICED THEY HAD THE ONLY SURVIVING TENNIS COURT.

  3. A GOOD PIECE……… KEEP ON LEARNING EVERYWHERE U FIND YOURSELF AND FROM EVERY SITUATION. LIVE RIGTH AND JUST.
    CHEERS.

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