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Born in Ghana – the boy from Takoradi goes home

This is where you get to take a peek at the first chapter of my new book, Takoradi to the stars (via Huddersfield) – I’m hoping it grabs you and sends you scurrying to Amazon right away, but even if you’re just dropping by for a moment or two, I send you warm wishes from Takoradi and Huddersfield, wherever you are! 697 more words


Shatta Wale’s ‘Ghana Is a Village’ comment used by UDS in End of Semester Examination

Shatta Wale’s controversial ‘Ghana Is A Village” comment has been used by University for Development Studies in their end of Semester Examination.

This comes weeks after Shatta said at his Reign Album Concert Tour in London that Ghana is a Village. 256 more words


Women empowerment has been a very important movement for the world since I can tell and I am so a fun of this movement. Lots of intervention has been initiated to meet the bridge between men and women in all aspect of this world. 340 more words


Okay. Since I posted this blog post, I’ve had a gazillion requests for recommendations whilst in Ghana. I am only one woman – there is only so much that I alone know and can tell you.

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Nurse prescribes soccer -- which he plays professionally -- for fitness and fun


To Isaac Kissi, soccer means many things.

Kissi works as a nurse at Upstate while studying in Rochester to become a nurse practitioner, where he lives. 823 more words

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End of a Year, Beginning of an Era

by Brady

As 2018 comes to a close, I find myself reflecting on the victories and setbacks Untold International has experienced in the last twelve months as we attempt to finish a language arts center in a rural village in Ghana. 412 more words


You can waste your whole life waiting for him to change

Sleeping next to him yet feeling alone

Wondering why he still treats you bad… 115 more words