Africa

Once-in-a-lifetime.

This weekend, I was given the once-in-a-life time opportunity to attend Obama’s 2013 inauguration with a delegation of selected Yalies. The journey to Washington DC overnight on Sunday, the 4am wake and march up the National Mall, the overwhelming feeling of being a part of history, mine and the world’s, the handholding with friends and … Continue reading

A River Of Thoughts Inspired by Indecision 2012 …
Ghana

A River Of Thoughts Inspired by Indecision 2012 …

Ato Kwamena Dadzie, for the words you sprawled on that blogpost “Indecision 2012″ breaking the chains of my indecision to finally write down here my thoughts concerning Ghana’s election brouhaha 2012, I say thank you, although I shall still try and exercise some restraint Hello Friends, So I read this blog post from Ato Kwamena Dazie’s blog. It is … Continue reading

Ghana

“Elections remind us how young our democracy is, how fragile it is. I think elections are a time when we all lose our cockiness about being such a shining light of democracy in Africa, and we start to get a bit nervous that things could go back to how they used to be.” Martina Odonkor, … Continue reading