As my sister is here I am keen to let her see my circles, primary among that the political circles I was introduced to through my work with IMANI, Ghana’s leading think tank. IMANI is now very much partnered with the Occupy movement that arose in Ghana back in July. Yes, Ghana missed the first… Continue reading IMANIxOccupy
dun-dun-dun-dun-dun-dun-dun-dun! So one thing that is really weird about my experience is that I seem to be living parallels with other Ghanaian-British returnees. Akua at The Only Way is Ghana is case and point. In the week she got mugged an attempt was made on me, although I think my case was a little more… Continue reading Should I stay or should I go…
This is half a summary of my November month so far in Ghana and half a post dedicated to a competition BloggingGhana is running that I hope you will all help me win. November has been an interesting month for me not least because my sister arrived and that’s when I realised my Tecno P5… Continue reading NOTEmber
Yep, in Ghana and maybe even across West Africa the thing that everyone can happily start buzzing about is the opening of a mall. Measuring at 30,000 sq metres West Hills is significantly larger than everyone’s favourite Accra Mall (20,000 sq m) but then again, these malls are no Westfields White City(150,000sq m) or Stratford (175,000sq… Continue reading Ahhhh West Hills Mall!!