Baby on Board! – by Bernadette A Adjei

  A driver or passenger on our roads must have seen this sign on the window or back glass of a private car, saloon or four wheel at one point or the other… Continue reading

Incarceration: Life On The Other Side – by Bernadette A Adjei

One might have heard the words “I will change your sleeping place” being uttered and this is not a friendly invective. It is a phrase often uttered in anger to the recipient to… Continue reading

One Pesewa for Your Mind – by Nana A Damoah

It was about 6 am in Nairobi (Ghana was still asleep as Kenya is 3 hours ahead of GMT) on 25 January 2012, and I had just arrived at the Jomo Kenyatta Airport… Continue reading

Keeping It Natural – by Bernadette A Adjei

Children of African descent are born either with a head full of hair or bald. The hair is soft and smooth but for most children by the time they turn one year, the… Continue reading

I Write – by Tawiah Aboagye Tawiah

To tell the story of the woman whose eyes bleed with pains Whose virginity was robbed away and is being treated with disdain Yet her tongue has been left in painful stillness Leaving… Continue reading

Politics of Insults: Who is to Blame – by Jerome Kuseh

Last week the MP for Asokwa, Hon. Maxwell Kofi Jumah, suggested that politics of insults is a deliberate ploy by politicians to rouse grass root support. Speaking on Peace FM’s flagship programme, Kokrokoo,… Continue reading