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About efiasworld

A British Born Ghanaian navigating her way through life.

Ghana Quirks

Following on from my “Ghana English” post, I thought I would go into a few of the quirks that have made me laugh over the years. We are a nation of interesting people both in Africa and here in the … Continue reading

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When He’s Just Not That Into You

I made a conscience decision not to write too much about my relationships. Although in the past I have laid it all out there, as I have grown older I didn’t want to give too much information. However, when certain … Continue reading

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Ghana English

I made a purchase yesterday, I bought myself a Dutch pot. I have wanted to buy one for ages and a new shop opened in my area so even though my bank card cried as I tapped on the machine, … Continue reading

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Year Of The Return

The 19th August 2019 marks the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first African slaves in America. The residing president of Ghana has since marked this the year of the return, encouraging descendants from their ancestors to “come home”. … Continue reading

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Why Did I Move To Ghana (and why did I return)

Another question I get asked is why did I move to Ghana (and subsequently I also why did I move back). For this question, I will have to take you back to the late 70s early 80s, yes a lifetime … Continue reading

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Why Did I Start Blogging

When I was younger I said I wanted to go into journalism. I have never been one to talk so radio or TV was not for me, but I was going to travel the world and write for a living. … Continue reading

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Angry Black Woman

I hate social media, I read an article, then I read the comments, and then I get angry at the comments, then I get angry at myself for getting worked up, yet it’s the world we live in. I put … Continue reading

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