This was how Kumasi’s sky looked on Saturday 29th October , 2011.  Perhaps, it was just an assurance to the country and especially the people of Accra that  God will not destroy them with water.



I am scared.
I am scared of the world I live in. It has become a perilous world.
I am scare of the people I walk with. They have become venomous snakes.
I am scared of the friends I talk to. They have become gossips overnight.
I am scared of my religion. Intruders have taken over.
I am scared of my community. It has become contagious.
I am scared of my school. Bad influence rules.
I am scared of my country. We have lost focus and are aimless.
I am scared of my brother. He is full of envy.
I am scared of my sister. She is full of hatred.
I am scared of my leaders. They are extortionists.
I am scared of my girlfriend. She will break my heart tomorrow
I am scared of myself. I am scared to fail.
I am scared of my generation. We are all scary folks.


I saw you coming with my missing treasure
That treasure I’ve been searching for all this while
That treasure that I could not find
That simple and precious treasure called love
When smile lined my face with fulfilment
When I thought I’ve found that treasure
The scandalous storm, the betrayal hurricane and
The rejection tornadoes struck swift and hard
That treasure slipped through my very fingers
That treasure which is the only cure to my
Fractured and punctured heart seems now
To be miles away on the deep seas
Where neither fantasy boats nor imagination ships
Can reach to bring back
Who will bring back my treasured treasure?
Beloved, my beloved! Only you I thought…


2 Peter 2:1‘But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily  shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction’  – King James version

In recent times, the Christian community all over the world is witnessing what I call  increasing ‘scandalous’ scandals involving most people who choose to call themselves ‘men of God’.   As to if they are truly men of GOD, the end will surely justify that.  The Ghanaian Christian community is perhaps one of the hardest hit.  This is causing a lot of uproars and people are trying to give all kinds of reasons and meanings to recent happenings.  I also have my own reasons to whatever is happening to the church of God. Continue reading GOD’s ANTI-VIRUS IS AT WORK

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Only he can understand what a farm is, what a country is, who shall have sacrificed part of himself to his farm or country, fought to save it, struggled to make it beautiful. Only then will the love of farm or country fill his heart.

Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1900-1944) French aviator and writer.

About a week or so ago,  one of Ghana’s most famous public figures, Mr. Vincent Kuagbenu  organized a press conference to announce the release of the 2011/2012 National service postings.    The noise and issues that characterized the postings have still not died down.  If insults really kill people, the body of the national service coordinator would have been a mutilated one by now.  All kinds of comments and unsavoury remarks are still being directed at him. Continue reading NATIONAL SERVICE WAHALA