A largely sluggish and undisciplined people with next to zero combatant skills, entrusted with civilian safety yet very much requiring protection themselves – Ghana Police Service. The entire police service needs to be shut down, purged, restructured and revamped. I, as many other Ghanaians, can count on only one hand the number of times, seeing… Read More GH Police Needs Law Enforcement and more…
Black men and women were not raised to be compatible. Parents are so strict with the girls but lenient with the boys. Girls are raised to be severely independent but the boys, to be overly dependent on his mother. This is why dating among the black community is extremely difficult and characterized by unpleasant eventualities.… Read More Black Love:The Struggle
Growing up, I had for whatever reason convinced myself that my favorite food was fried rice and chicken. Mostly because every other child said so too. We felt so cool saying so, even those who only had this delicacy on extremely important occasions. Along the lines of discovering myself, I discarded the cliché “My favorite… Read More VIP On Hell’s List
Down on my knees and coiled up like a shrimp, I bowed before his presence. My hands clasped together in between my thighs. Warm tears trickled down my cheeks, in volumes against my will. As though someone unlatched the seal to a dam within me. I bare my soul and prayed. I made my point.… Read More unPrayer
Darkness succumbs to your darkness Such royal doom All the sun’s shine shines you not So much gloom Your face, a hollow sight Sad fellow Doom befalls your every contact Death to the unsuspecting How you lavish in it The sight of smiles morphed into perpetual emptiness Your forte – evil Your aura probably tastes… Read More The Bitter One
The make-up of Ghana’s educational curricula does not try to produce adults who are functional, self-sufficient, who understand their politics, their economics and their relationship with the global village. We are not taught in our schools that the world is business, without which you are Nothing and have Nothing. We are not taught how to… Read More THE TRIAL: Ghana’s Educational System
He goes, he comes. Everybody sees him. He talks, with no speech. They hear, with absent attention. They share a laugh. It seems like a laugh. Even trade a few words. And when night comes, He is his own audience. They know him, But they really don’t know him.