Vacation Photos: My Next Stop Was the Sculpture Shop

Vacation Photos: Sculpture Shop

IN my previous article, I made mention of sharing photos from the places I visit whilst enjoying my three weeks’ vacation from the classroom and teaching activities. Working with GES- Ghana Education Service as a classroom can be tiresome especially during the period or school term that has about 4 months …

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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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Photos: Bismark Visited For the Long Weekend | Lot of Fun

Photos: Bismark Visited For the Long Weekend

Photos: Bismark Visited For the Long Weekend | Lot of Fun Bismark Kumi a.k.a Popaaa, a brother and a friend visited me and my family for the long weekend. We have been brothers since 2005 and still counting…. He got into the ancient city, Cape Coast, on Friday evening with …

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QUOTE: Get Up and Make Them

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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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Getting Passport Got Easier: Ghana Passport Application Goes Online

Getting Passport Got Easier Ghana Passport Application Goes Online

The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Ghana assures Ghanaians of getting their passport within 15 working days for standard applications and 5 working days for express applications. You won’t have to worry about queuing up at dawn or paying anyone to acquire or renewal your Ghanaian passport anymore. The Foreign Affairs Ministry …

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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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PHOTOS: Afrangua D/A Basic School Visits Kakum National Park

Afrangua Basic School Visits Kakum National Park

Afrangua D/A Basic School Visits Kakum National Park PHOTOS. As part of our quest to provide wholesome educational experience for the pupils of Afrangua D/A Basic School, the Staff and the entire school planned a field trip to various tourist attractions in Cape Coast. We first visited the Kakum National …

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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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Afrangua D/A Basic School Resumes For The 2016/17 Academic Year – Photos

Afrangua D/A Basic School Resumes For The 2016/2017 Academic Year. Afrangua D/A Basic School has resumed from the long vacation given to government schools, to commence the first term activities for the 2016/2017 academic calendar. Most government schools as well as private schools also reported to school for the first term …

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My Visit To The Cape Coast Castle

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Cape Coast , 28th August, 2016 – Visit To The Cape Coast Castle As we all know, it’s a break for the teachers in the Ghana Education Service and as a teacher, this is the best time for me to enjoy the days without work. No chalk, no marking of …

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