Showing posts from June, 2012



Do you really know Docia?

Waow! the spice in blogging has started once again. You know these are some of the interractive activities that makes the difference between blogging and the other social media. Well I was tagged by Dentaa in the game of 11. Here are the rules:

the rules

i.      Post the rules
ii.    You must post 11 things about yourself
iii.   Answer the questions that your tagger posted for you
iv.    Create 11 questions, then choose 11 people and tag them to answer your
v.     Remember to let them know you tagged them, no tag backs.
vi.    Let the tagger know when you answer their questions.

11 things about me

1.    I belong to the choleric group of temperaments.
2.    I believe in living to impact other lives.
3.    I don't believe in "this is how it is done" cos, I always want to try other
       ways and methods.
4.    I don't believe in "it can't be done" cos, I love to try my hands on anything.
5.    When I decide to do something, I don't s…

Can I entrust my confidence in you?

I have been following a few stories in the media about the June 4th celebration in Ghana over the past few days and something just click my mind to publish this write up, may be you and I can learn a few lessons from it as 2 personalities are laying claim of being the genius of the June 4th uprising and the probity and accountability slogan.

On May 15 1979, a group of Junior officers of the Ghana Armed Forces led by one of Ghana's former Presidents, Jerry John Rawlings toppled the ruling government but was unsuccessful. The leader Jerry Rawlings was arrested and detained thereafter. On June 4th 1979, barely 15 days after the detention of Rawlings, his other partners led by Major Boakye Gyan ceased power from the then government, brought out Jerry Rawlings from prison and made him the chairman of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council. Exactly 31 months later, Rawlings came back alone to cease power from the democratically elected President, Dr. Hilla Limann. This action of Rawling…