"Hawa: Yussuf, it's nice to see you. How have you been? Yussuf: I am doing well. How about you? Hawa: I'm well. I just came back from Accra to see my parents here in Tamale. Yussuf: That's nice. I always loved it when school closed and we all took VIP bus back to Tamale from... Continue Reading →
“I have been holding this in for so long. I think we will make a beautiful couple. I know I am not peng and all, but I still think we will be good together. See eh, our conversations are effortless. I can easily confide in you. We gossip about stuff. Our vibe be jerh! You... Continue Reading →
I have tried not to comment on this South Africa issue for a while because I know the pitfalls of angering white people—especially the liberal ones—and many of them are my friends. There's usually a smear campaign against you and seeing you as tribalist for seeking to correct a historic wrong. But I thought I... Continue Reading →
The most ingenious innovation of 20th and 21st century capitalism is the invention of the management class.
So owing to the complaints of her in laws, her husband literally stopped her from continuing her education saying that he didn't marry a lawyer. I was livid when I heard this story. According to my friend, her husband and her family said she can't work and be in school at the same time because she had wife duties. So owing to whatever they meant by wife duties, her dreams have been truncated.
MANSPLAINNING New word huh? Probably isn’t if you have been following the conversation on feminism. But if you have not, remember that saying about the story glorifying the hunter so long as the lion is not the one saying it? Good! Bring it down a knot and split the word into two: man... Continue Reading →
Over a year ago, I bought a second hand camera and decided to start photo blogging to while away time. It was six months after graduation and I had decided to use that year as a gap year so there was ample time at my disposal. When I first bought the camera, I knew next... Continue Reading →
Bride price has always been symbolic in traditional Africa. That is why my father, a staunchly traditional man has always grudgingly accepted it with as little an amount as possible. I don't know the exact intricacies of my sisters marital homes but none of their husbands has ever come to us arguing
Its not the word, its the mindset In the run up to the 2016 elections, Salena Zito in article for the Atlantic made an important observation that could qualify as the first rule in the rule book of Trump interpretation. Salena observed that the media took Trump literally but not seriously while his supporters took... Continue Reading →