Photos |The King On Dirt Bike; My Time With Ghana’s Number 2 Stunt Guy

Bala is in his 9th year of stunting and I respect him. He is a young icon and worth celebrating. I enjoyed shooting with him, it was daring as well. Plus hey, I had a chance to experience the rush, how it feels to ride on a high powered dirt bike and it’s a hell of rush.

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Chale Wote, Make We Go Find The Missing Link

“…we will have a very dysfunctional society which will hamper progress”. That was the concluding part to a post I made on the issue of using the media to enlighten society and get people thinking well. How does this concern Chale Wote, well – maybe I will make some sense by the time I’m done…

Photos | Take A Peep At The 2017 Chale Wote Street Art Festival

Annually for seven years now, Chale Wote has brought together artists, art lovers, photographers, fashionistas, con artists, people who appreciate art, people who know nothing about art and people who are just looking to have some good time and take selfies. Art is the focal point, and this event is a canvas which has received…

Me and Jake’s Extreme Photo Shoot

Fear is what I have for things I believe in and I prey on this fear to become fearless of everything I believe in. This fuels an ever burning passion to pursue everything I believe in, till they are out of breath; then I catch them. Please permit me to toot my horn; it’s been…

The Conservative Conversation and Social Media

This one has been on my mind and I try to ignore it – but it won’t just go away. Social media is one of human’s greatest creations so far, and has changed our living and made life pretty easy for us. The dark sides exist, but hey – it wouldn’t have been better without…

People and Living | The Potable Prampram Pond

I pass by this pond every time when I’m going to the beach at Prampram and I see activities around it – people bathing, swimming, washing and others fetching water, even with tricycles… these activities never really caught my attention, but the whole narrative changed when I had to assist a little girl– should be…

From Wli With Beautiful Pictures

This post might be a bit late, but hey, better late than … Hohoe has been like a home for me and during my stay at Bishop Herman College, it was the destination to break some rules with my friends. There was this spot I should have been to but that never happened. So after…

When Trivia Thrives Over Issues: The Ghanaian Politics Case

Last week December 7, the people of my country – Ghana balloted to elect a new leader. Being a young fella this is going to the first election since I began to make sense of policies and certain issues of governance, so I observed keenly. They say my country is the beacon of hope for…