Akwaaba from the Black Star of Africa
In the whirlwind that has been the last three days, I have been to both the high-end, must-visit venues of Accra and the more low-key places around the city.
Exercise and wellbeing
If you are one of those who think exercise is a waste of time and of no benefits at all to the body, you might have to have a rethink. This is considering the immense ...
The lost one
Chigozie and I were on our third date. We had gone to dinner and a movie for the first two outings and now we were at an art gallery. I wanted to buy some art for Tunji’s house.
A United Kingdom love across the imperial lines
The much anticipated latest film offering from he inadvertent poster boy of last year’s #OscarssoWhite debate, David Oyelowo comes out in the UK cinemas today.
RCGI: Raising confident, empowered girls
Raising Confident Girls Initiative (RGCI), which started as on online movement has now metamorphosed into the NGO, is creating path for young girls to follow.
I knew I was asking for trouble and yet I was excited about it. I wasn’t sure if that made me a bad person or simply an irresponsible young woman who was afraid of starting a family of her own.
Remember to count your blessings...
As humans, we have a tendency to focus on what’s wrong...in short, negativity. Our perspective is rather biased toward negativity and therefore our minds tend to think bad as being greater than good.
‘Women should defend themselves against any form of violence’
As a result of the alarming rate of different forms of violence in the society, I would advise that women guard themselves against any form of violence, ranging from domestic to emotional, physical and mental.