Ghana is almost sixty years old and any human being at sixty is almost close to his grave. All expectations and achievements have been realised. Only (excuse my language) a fool will bank all his hopes on lottery at sixty. If life is important, our country Ghana is more important because it is the property […]
Our guest post for today is physically hot in the handsome world. He is controversial, indigenously African, orally free with a kind heart. He is a great father and is a great singer. Our guest for today is none other than Emmanuel Owusu Bonsu popularly known as Wanlov the Kubolor who was kind enough to […]
The Bureau of Ghana Languages, Tamale, held a lecture on the importance of the use of the local language in Tamale at the Tamale Senior High School Auditorium. The lecture which was scheduled from 3pm to 5pm took off around 3:55pm on November 20, 2015 and was a huge success. The speakers for the occasion, […]
Now these tricycles are everywhere in Tamale. Only few have number plates in front, none at the rear. One can see this driver is under age.
After the old Aboabo market was closed down by authorities, they moved into the middle of the road. Anything can happen to cause a disaster here. The security can’t say they have not seen this. The Aboabo Shea Market still under construction.
These pictures were taken within a span of 20 minutes from Sagnerigu to the main branch of the Ghana Commercial Bank. Just look through and see how many of these motors have number plates.
The skin that society dug deep The wound that society scratched to keep Is now free to heal For we have heard of its broken claws Claws sent in the direction of a stronger soul A soul which has severed society’s fingernails II Auntie Anti lived like a screen painting Her eloquence causing dreamers fainting […]