Monthly Archives: May 2014

Keeping It Real Part 2

I was born in late 1970s London. I am a first generation British born Ghanaian. In the 70s and 80s there was the perceived “Civil Rights” to all but at the same time people would not rent their homes to … Continue reading

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Keeping It Real Part 1

I enjoy receiving feedback from my Blog, whether positive or negative as they say, no publicity is bad publicity. It also gives allows me inspiration for fresh material. Plus, it takes me one step closer to my dream of a … Continue reading

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Are you stupid?

I am sure some day I may connect with the people enough to not complain about them. I am sure I will also stop comparing them to the other Food Manufacturing Consumer Goods Company. However, that day is not today. … Continue reading

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Crime doesn’t Pay?

It’s the second week of work, I haven’t got a laptop yet and using someone’s logon details so I have no real work to yet apart from reading. Yes I know there is a security issue but I am just … Continue reading

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Process Led Career Development

Yesterday I attended training on personal development planning. From what I can tell, where I am, the powers that be had spent a lot of time ensuring that the processes are iron clad, but forgot about the people. I have … Continue reading

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Am I slanging or are you just not listening?

My biggest frustration here is getting a question answered. Now with someone who is illiterate, you can kind of understand. English is not their first language and Twi is not mine so whichever language we are talking in, somewhere along … Continue reading

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Fine Dining, Efia style

During the last Bank Holiday, the May Day, I went to eat at Luscious Temptations at the A& C Mall (East Legon). LT is the closest you get to fine dining in Accra, I don’t think it will ever be … Continue reading

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