Showing posts from May, 2012

Umbrella for long lease

Heehehehehe!!! wonders they say shall never end. Imagine I give you my umbrella for use and come for it when the clouds have gathered, or better still I come for my umbrella when you are already walking in the rain. 
Well on Friday, 30th March, I published an article on this blog about one of Ghana's former presidents and his wife's formation of a new political party and promised to inform you of any development, right? yeah! the gist has arrived, the wife of the former president, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings is set to commence a legal showdown on the ruling National Democratic Congress over the ownership of the party's logo - an eagle head on an umbrella.

According to sources, she designed it and therefore holds the Intellectual Property to the logo but gave it to the party for use. Her claim is that the party's leadership and some unscrupulus members are not adhering to the tenets and cause for which the emblem or logo stands. So I ask, why did she wait for the clou…


There is this saying that "because God could not be everywhere so He created mothers". Mothers Day whether we like it or yes, has come to stay. Mothers all over the world are celebrated on this special day in acknowledgement of their immense contribution to mankind and society. Did anyone today give thought to the countless number of mothers who in their quest to bring a life into existence lose theirs?
I dedicate this song by Shaggy to all mothers So amazing how this world was made
I wonder if GOD is a woman
The gift of life astounds me till this day
I give it up for the woman
She's the constant wind that fills my sail
Oh that woman
With her smile and her style,my
She'll protect like a child
That's a woman

The Most Worse Disease

When the gynaechologist, Dr. Ephraim, informed Aunty Lucy that she was 8 weeks pregnant, she soliloquised, "God has remembered me after all". Any prophet, herbalist, native doctor or fortune teller who didn't know Aunty Lucy in the town had either just started practicing or did not have an address. This is because this young affable woman had been to every corner of the town in search of solution to her never ending predicament. She has been married for close to 16 years without a child. With pressures mounting from her in-laws and her own parents, Aunty Lucy hopped from Prophets to native doctors, herbalists to fortune tellers.

After so many years of fruitless search, she resigned herself to fate. One cold afternoon after a heavy down-pour, Aunty Lucy decided to take a walk in her neighbourhood when she was run over by a car. She was quickly rushed to the hospital by a passer by who saw her bleeding profusely. Thank God she survived the accident by the timely interventi…