Lets Make The World Home For All

I have been doing a lot of thinking lately, trying to make sense of the wide spread violence, neglect, hate and greed. These things are not new to the human race, they have been with us from genesis, and that’s what makes it more perplexing.  Why can’t humans live in unity and harmony, utilise the…

The Conversation On World Peace Hasn’t Began Yet

They hold summits, conferences and general meetings with themes suggesting a course to establish world peace, eradicate poverty and ensure stability across the world– but look around you, that conversation hasn’t actually began yet. Weapons manufacturing is a commercial venture and to keep this multi billion industry going, demand got to be created to sustain…

Ho; A Place Where Modernisation and Nature Lives In Harmony

Ho is my birth Town and was my home for the most part of my life but until recently, i have never viewed it from this perspective – a view point that revealed the great tourism potentials of the town. Ho is the capital of the Volta Region in Ghana, home to about 100,000 people and hosts…

In Pictures| My Time With Sedem The Painter

From time I  get the privilege to meet some young fellows who still have dreams despite its high cost – Sedem Dzade Kingsley is one of such people. I was at his home studio last week, we talk about the hustle and of course I took some pictures of him too 😊. We talked about how…

In Pictures : Keta’s Beaches Could Be Your Best Picnic Spot

When I typed Keta in my Google Search, I saw nothing inviting me to the beautiful town I just left– yes, I tried searching for Keta online after I had spent an entire weekend there. I’d wanted to see what the internet knows about this lazing hot spot and folks, there’s more to Keta than a…

In Pictures: From Lake Bosomtwe With Beauty

Ghana has a lot of beautiful places and recently i had the opportunity to visit one of them. During the weekend i was in Abonu–one of the many communities on the shores of Lake Bosomtwe to cover a history making event. Martin Fodor of the world bank decided to swim across the lake to promote…

Vanessa Antwi; The Black and Proud Woman

When Vanessa approached me and said she wanted to do a photo shoot celebrating being African and the black skin,  i wondered what motivated her because she seemed a little enthused and made particular reference to her skin. It was my first time meeting her, but she communicated with me as if we were friends forever. She wasn’t…

Paakwesi Seidu Mauro|A Walk Among The Accra Street Tenants

It was about 10 pm in the evening as I walked on the streets of Accra central towards Tema station in search for a Lapaz “trotro” to go home after a visit to an old friend at Kantamanto. The streets were typically quiet and quite empty, with nothing but the sound of the cold wind…

#HappyNewYear My Thoughts And Favorite Pictures of 2015

2015 was a good year and a pivotal one too. At the beginning of the year i told myself it was going to be a magical one so i remained optimistic and carried a lot of positive energy through the year and i think it has worked for me, because i have made a lot of…

No Sex Before Marriage In The New Age

One rule that knows no religious or ethnic barrier is fornication. Every one regardless the name you call your God is expected to get married before they bite the apple. We are all expected to marry as virgins but how feasible is that in the age of smart cars and smart phones. If you tell a…

The First Date.

This was actually our real first date and she was sited by my right holding a big coconut while i sip on coke and water….then i asked what makes her happy -“i just make an effort to be happy…i just have to be happy” she stressed. Then she went to tell me what she once heard…