Monthly Archives: April 2012

A union of two families

I have just found out the my little, litle sister has just got engaged. I remember when the little rugrats use to come over after school and run around the house in their little school uniforms and now they are … Continue reading

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the curse of the Ecobank

If you are coming to settle in Ghana and you are looking for a bank account, I suggest you stay away from Ecobank. To say it is the worst bank in the land in an understatement. Think of the worst … Continue reading

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Cash for free

So yes, two blogs in one day, I am procrastinating a little bit. I have been trying to finish a report for the past week, but all the figures are just merging into one big figure. It was supposed to … Continue reading

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the biometric registration card

Today I went to register to vote. Another experience in Ghana that I don’t wish to go through again for another 4 years. As I have said before, in London, there is an electonic database, when the time comes to … Continue reading

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would you take advice from your partners ex?

Listening to the radio this morning as I waited for my cousin. He said he was going to have his bath and meet me, we are going to register to vote. I don’t know if he is swimming in the … Continue reading

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the many faces of the corporate…

My best friend P. She is the sweetest person I know. Very goofy, the kind of person that would go to a 99p store and still ask the price of the goods there. However, at work she is no nonsense, … Continue reading

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one rainy day in Ghana

It was mum’s birthday yesterday. 64 years old, she has aged gracefully, not a wrinkle in sight, she does look good for her age. I got her a silver bracelet “it makes a change from gold” she says, I’ll take … Continue reading

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