My ordeal happened on the night of Monday, 27th November, 2017. On this day, at about 8:30pm, whilst heading towards Weija from Kaneshie, I heard a knock on the window of my car. This was a man dressed in the Ghana police uniform
After reading the news about this traumatic ordeal. Leila Djansi, PepperDemMinistries and I have launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds to support the victim's reconstructive surgery.
It was just another busy day for my husband as he left home to run errands in town. He had barely been gone for 3 hours when my phone rang. He was so calm and collected when he said, ' I have been arrested for expiry of the car insurance. I am going to the police station with the policeman.'
Things changed recently when I volunteered to be an observer for Ghana Decides a non-partisan project supported by StarGhana, during this year’s elections. Why? Because I was eager to share photos & videos on Instagram for the world to know what was going on and also to experience what really happens in the field during our elections.
People are dying in their workplaces and they aren't even aware that they are being exposed to serious health issues due to the substances they work with. Substances like paint, sand, varnishes, oils, flour, wheat, fertilisers, ink etc are all dangerous to your health if you work with these within your 8-hour work period
Imagine going about life as usual. It’s Saturday morning and you wake up to the enticing vapours of palm-nut soup emanating from your mother’s kitchen. You stretch your body languorously and scratch your stomach in mindless fashion.
You search for your phone to catch up on news on Twitter. As you flip through what you missed during the night, your eye catches on news that violence has erupted in the city and it looks like some incensed people are going house to house killing opposition party supporters. What do you do? Where can you go?