JOURNEY TO THE SOUL OF THE WORLD


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My father’s last words

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At Dad’s funeral – When I read his tribute and being supported by my siblings and friends

Thursday, April 7, 2011.

It was a fantastic day in Kumasi, a sunny one filled with excitement when we arrived at the venue to commence stage seven of the Cowbell National Cycling Tour of Ghana. Indeed, the Circuit from Adum interchange to Amakom roundabout (there is no roundabout there too) was completely blocked from vehicular traffic, setting the way which marked as the hottest race in that edition. Continue reading


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The Olympic Day celebration – how significant is it in 2016?

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June 23 is a very significant date on the global sporting calendar. It is the‪#‎OlympicDay, and as such, the sporting fraternity and many people across all continents celebrate this day with passion and zeal. It is a day reserved to celebrate the power of sports and its potential to change the world. Continue reading


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A Lesson we can all learn from Skiing

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With my mates as we posed before the skiing class

How many of you reading this have ever skied before? How many have skied here in Korea? And how many of you have been to Alpensia resort to ski before?

Tonight. I am going to talk about how I learned Skiing and the lesson that Skiing taught me. In February 2015, my class (Dream Together Master Program at Seoul National University) went on an official trip to Alpensia which is in the Continue reading


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Postcard from the DMZ: The feeling of yuletide away from home

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I can readily reminisce that, the yuletide in 2009 was one of my best season in recent years. So this is what happened. It had been long since I visited my hometown, Konongo in Ghana. I worked the whole year as a National Service person and dearly missed home. And I wasn’t the only one to play-hooky from my hometown.

Most of my childhood friends, whom I usually connected back in Accra were also yearning to visit the town for that particular Christmas. Apparently, the trooping to Konongo was fueled by a wingding which had been announced months earlier. Continue reading


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Postcard from the DMZ – 4 year anniversary on the journey (24.04.2012)

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Hello Abena Stacy,

How are you doing odo? Is dumsor still rife in Sikaman? I had a long day yesterday. Right now as I ink this note, I feel very knackered but I had to do this.

I don’t know what is happening to me lately but I feel I’ve just become rugged at writing — or it is just complacency. I have become so lax to the extent that, the diurnal postings of ‪#‎WOTD on Facebook has gone back into hiatus. Continue reading


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Fundraising for Kuli Primary School in Ghana

PROPOSED REHABILITATION AND OTHER ANCILLARY WORKS FOR KULI PRIMARY SCHOOL IN THE KUMBUGU DISTRICT OF GHANA: FUNDRAISING PROJECT 

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A few months ago, my friend Albert Frimpong shared on Facebook, the plight of a deprived school located in a small village near Tamale in Ghana. It really touched us, hence we decided to embark on this fundraising to help alleviate the condition and provide a conducive environment for the kids and the Kuli community.

This is, therefore, a humble appeal for your donation and support towards achieving this project. Please read the full story below and how you can contribute; Continue reading

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