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February, 2017

  • 26 February

    Okomfo Anokye was an Ewe Togbi and the twin of Togbi Tsali

    Tsali and Tsala (alias Okomfo kye) were twin brothers. Their father was Togbui Akplormada. These brothers were mysteriously endowed with potent spiritual powers. Tsala, who later became known as Okomfo Anokye, left Notsie on his sojourn at a youthful age, and finally settled at Awukugua in present day Eastern Region. Because of his spiritual powers, he became known as Okomfo …

January, 2017

  • 15 January

    How Some “Ewes” Become Part Of Present Ghana

    To say that one is sick and tired of reading ignorant utterances about how “Ewes” were given the chance to join Ghana by Nkrumah from patently jaundiced and bloody-minded, ignorant fellow Ghanaians is a big understatement. I have therefore put together a concise history of how some “Ewes” became part of Ghana for all readers. I am under no illusion …

December, 2016

  • 26 December

    25 Most Evil People The World Has Ever Seen; The Things They Did will surprise you

    Elizabeth Bathory Often referred to as ‘Countess Dracula’, Elizabeth Bathory was one of the inspirational figures that lead to the creation of Dracula himself. This monster of a women believed that the blood of young girls was the secret to keeping her skin looking vibrant and youthful… She managed to obtain her “skin care” system by torturing and killing over …

September, 2016

  • 26 September

    Are you aware, Okomfo Anokye is a Voltarian?

    Our oral Ewe history informs us that “Komfo Anortsie” was a Dogbo Nyigbo man called Amega Atsu Tsala Akplormada who used to live in Nortsie (a well established settlement in the 1450s). Amega Atsu Tsala (aka Okomfo Anokye) and Amega Tse Tsali (of Nortsie and Tsiame fame) are the twin sons of Amega Detor Akplormada (‘the thrown spear”), whose father …

July, 2015

  • 1 July

    Make the world your classroom – Prof. Abletor Sedofia

    Prof. Abletor Sedofia from University of Ghana has this to say to us: Academic excellence is overrated! I said it. Being top of your class does not necessarily guarantee that you will be at the top of life. You could graduate as the best student in Finance but it doesn’t mean you will make more money than everybody else. The …

August, 2014

  • 4 August

    Living with Ebola: Three rules on how to survive the deadly virus

    As West African nations try to stop the deadly Ebola virus from spreading, people living in the affected countries are nervous. In Sierra Leone, communities are keeping a close eye on the exact locations where the disease has emerged. The posters are crudely drawn and graphic. There’s one pasted to the wall of the squat, concrete community centre in Kroo …

July, 2013

  • 29 July

    Lesson 1: Introduction to Education-Raphael Ogar Oko

    Lesson 1: Introduction to Education welcome to today’s lesson and I hope that you will find this post inspiring. I will like us to understand the general concept of education. Various definitions have been offered by different educators about education. What is your own definition of education? I will like to share my perspective with you. They are over 7billion …

February, 2013

  • 27 February

    Introducing Womb Life Education

    Womb Life Education Series by Raphael Ogar Oko The first 360 day circle of education in the family’s womb before the school classroom   Human life does not begin on the day or date of birth. Life begins before birth, and actually life begins in the womb, where we spend 9 months of three trimesters. In the same way, education …