"I see Nothing; "My, you have good eyes



My Homeland

Today I celebrated Independence Day with my fellow citizens. Not in the sun, not through ‘eyes-right’ and certainly not on the dais but in my hall on my couch. It’s been ages even though I’m young.

Am I happy šŸ™‚ ; am I sad :-(. A lot we’ve got right and equally a lot we are yet to make right. 56yrs in a human life is a few years to retirement. Smiles will be on some faces n sadness on others with regret. We determine our course.

Where is the patriotism, where is the zeal our forefathers had to champion our freedom. Six years after golden jubilee and we are still or yet to get the foundation right. It’s our land, it’s our destiny. It’s not in good speeches, nor celebrations and neither is it through partisanship but through positive attitude and selflessnessĀ  then can we say that yes! we are the hope of Africa.

Ghana first! Ghana first! Ghana first!

God bless our homeland Ghana. Let us pray

When the story shall be told….


Nothing…. Wordless, and Speechless oh! The death of my president Prof. John Evans Atta Mills…. The story tells of your death. Sorrow is what engulf my entire being… Never have I been soo down hearted in my life. This rumor for no reason I believe tells the death of the sitting president of Ghana, Gentleman extraordinaire. God keep your soul in perfect peace. Hoping that this cause which effect a nation to clad in mournful cloth will not be truth rather turns out so. Ghanaians, let this unite us. We are one people with a common destiny. God bless Ghana.. It’s not for Nothing.. Tears dripping, hands clasped; let’s pray.

Hello world!

Finally, I get to blog. Several months of desiring, contemplating, finally I get to blog.Ā Almost a week after meeting newbies and advanced bloggers at #blogcamp12 organized by #BloggingGhana at Aiti-Kace i get to blog.Ā A lot i did learn. Never knew so many Ā people from Ghana are interested in blogging.

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