So yeh, I used to make jokes with my cousins that they shouldn’t risk injuring themselves from playing football too aggressively because I wouldn’t risk ebola from taking them to a hospital for treatment. I’m running through hand sanitiser like there’s no tomorrow, and I really don’t think that’s a hyperbolic statement to make in… Continue reading Ebola-eyyyy! Ebola-aaaahh!
Yet again, for another year running, I must look on at the tweets and pictures from the Chalewote festival with envy and disappointment because I didn’t get to go. I was as close to going this year as I have ever been though, so that’s progress! For once, I was actually in Ghana in time… Continue reading #Chalewote2014
Today is my birthday. Only the second birthday I have spent in Ghana, the last being my 8th birthday in 1999. The weather has been far from kind to me today though. This is what I woke up to… Gloomy, cloudy skies; unenthusiastic rain; temperature well below the expected 35 (expected because it’s Africa not… Continue reading Birthday in GH
At one point in time in the life of a British-Ghanaian there will be that journey back to Ghana with all the family to meet all of the other family. That’s happened twice for me now, first in 1999 when I was 8 and this year with a considerably larger family. 1999 was obviously much… Continue reading Family Reunion
“17 Ghanaian Professors who were invited to sit in an airplane for a trip abroad… they were told the plane was made by their own Ghanaian students. Shocked and alarmed, they all jumped and ran out of the plane leaving only one professor; he said ‘if the plane was really made by our own students,… Continue reading Ghana Today: 17 Professors #WhatsappHumour