As a kid, I was a little weird. I did not have much interest in most of the childhood games that my colleagues were always engaged in. I seem to be searching for something that would bring me inner satisfaction. Continue reading THINGS FALL APART; A ROLE MODEL IS GONE
The School touted as West Africa’s premier Science and Technology institution is situated right in the heart of their community. There are some very good Senior High Schools in and around this same community. Apparently because of the presence of a university, many big student-related businesses can also be found in this community. Continue reading Lords and Duchesses of Ayeduase’s Underworld.
Wrote this piece on 19th January when Katanga turned exactly 50.
Social change comes from collective action at the grassroots level. – unknown
On January 19, 1963, some young noble gentlemen walked into the newest hall of residence on campus KNUST then; to become its first occupants. Little did they know that the seeds of courage, excellence and solidarity they sowed will germinate and grow into a mighty tree that can neither be truncated nor uprooted. Continue reading Fifty Years of Students’ Activism … The Story of Katanga
“We must unite. Violence against women cannot be tolerated, in any form, in any context, in any circumstance, by any political leader or by any government.”
— Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Continue reading “A promise is a promise: Time for action to end violence against women”.
I went out and about this hot afternoon and guess where my restless self landed me. I found myself in the KNUST museum , where an event christened TRATECH is taking place. TRATECH is an annual trade and technology fair of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Students and department come together to exhibit projects that they have carried out. Some of the projects are for exhibition and others are for sale at very cool prices. As a walked through the rather very hot museum, my camera jumped out of my pocket and captured some amazing scenes for your eyes. YES! for your eyes. Continue reading KNUST’s TRATECH
Papa Kofi Ghana is 56years old today. Regrettably, he is in mid-life crisis. He has a weakened manhood and only frustrates his numerous wives. He usually leaves them in the middle of nowhere. It is a real worry for them and they have employed different strategies to remedy this very unfortunate situation. Some of them spend most of their time in churches praying fervently for their dear husband, with the usual chorus “Awurade, ma no nsore” (God, let it rise). Continue reading Celebrating a Weakened Manhood?