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IMAGE: Met Another Rasta Kid Like I have In My School

Can you see what I am seeing? I met this girl with the same rasta hair like my students in Afrangua today at Cape Coast Castle Restaurant.. 😀 ALSO READ What You Didn’t Know About “Bosom Ba” Spirited Child I asked why her hair is black but those in my school is …

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7 Amazing Destinations On My Bucket List For 2018

Hi guys, how are you all doing ? I know it’s been a while you read my articles ; here is one for your consumption. Have you done any list of what you wanna do this year? Does it include traveling around the world or your country? Well, 2018 is a …

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What We Do That God Speaks Against Are Those That Makes Us Poor

God Speaks Against Things Makes One Poor

‘Proverbs 5:10-11 (NLT) ’’10 Strangers will consume your wealth, and someone else will enjoy the fruit of your labor.  11 In the end you will groan in anguish when disease consumes your body. I have been studying myself and others for some time and I have realized the things we …

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DAY 1- The New Experience With My Candidates – BECE 2017

New Experience With BECE Candidates - BECE 2017

The New Experience With My Candidates – BECE 2017 Unlike the first and second batch of my students who sat for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), the third batch, 2017, had an awesome experience. We were transported to Abura Dunkwa, where we will be staying and sitting for the …

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Vacation –‘That Break From the Classroom’

My favourite period during the year as a government worker in Ghana is when I temporarily close down the school for the vacation or holiday breaks… LOL As the saying goes ‘all work and no play makes Ekow a dull man’’ and as a worker, these periods; going on vacation, …

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QUOTE: Get Up and Make Them


Don’t sit down and wait for the opportunities to come. Get up and make them. – Madam CJ Walker Don’t sit and wait for the opportunity has always been my anthem until I saw this image of social media. My whole life has and is centered on creating what I …

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What You Didn’t Know About “Bosom Ba” Spirited Child

“Bosom Ba” Spirited Child

A lot of us have seen these kids in the rural communities with rasta /dreadlocks, but this is what we didn’t know about the Spirited Child (Bosom ba in our local dialect). There was Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Culture and the rest. They all had one thing in common aside …

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Fred Owusu, A Teacher, Wins Best GDAG 2016 Student Representative

Fred Owusu Wins Best GDAG Student Representative

Fred Owusu, A Teacher, Wins Best GDAG Student Representative. Fred Kofi Owusu, a teacher, has won the Best Student Representative at the Graphic Design Awards Ghana in 2016. Mr. Owusu who is also a student at the University of Education, Winneba took the awards for his work as a GDAG …

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Did You Know Pupils Still Use Empty Rice Bags As BackPacks?

Use Empty Rice Bag As BackPack

Pupils in the rural communities and at times those in the urban use an empty rice bag as their school bags. This activity has been long in existence even when I was young and had one which i packed all my learning materials. It is the right of every child to …

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What Pupils In Rural Communities Go Through Before School

What Rural Pupils Go Through Before School

Life Of A Pupil In The Rural Community Rural communities cover a greater portion in the country and this article will disclose to you what a rural pupils (school going age) go through. It is also these areas that face seemingly intractable socio-economic challenges.  Development in such areas are nothing …

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