Monthly Archives: January 2013

W) y3 p3p3

Pronounced wu yeah pear-pear, it means you are chistle, hard fisted, stingy, you have the cash but you don’t want to spend it. I’m about to re-visit the money tree myth. As we move onto February I can say about … Continue reading

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WARNING: Never open an account with Ecobank Ghana especially ACCRA MALL BRANCH

Yes, I should have changed banks many moons ago, but opening an account in any bank in Ghana is so cumbersome. I went to Fidelity Bank and asked what I needed to open an account there and they asked for … Continue reading

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Ghanaians in the workplace

Most days, I am at my most productive between 7am and 2pm so although it is a bitch to wake up at 4.40am I do it so that I can beat the traffic and work my but off for those … Continue reading

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My first month…

So I have been a month in my new job, this morning we had our management meeting and as usual it lasted the whole day. Thirteen hours later and I have finally got to the comfort of my settee watching … Continue reading

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African work ethic

I was speaking to one of my bosses the other day. He said that Africans see time as circular whereas we who are from the Western world or have lived there for a significant period of time see it as … Continue reading

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It’s better to give than receive?

Every Sunday, my cleaner will say “God Bless you”. Once in a while the security guy at the main gate will do the same. Sometimes random people will also say the same, this is because they have received some extra … Continue reading

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Four More Years

We will be swearing in the President soon. On December 7th 50.7% of the voting public said they wanted the current government to continue to lead the nation for the next 4 years. All eyes were on Ghana, and mother … Continue reading

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