IT always seems to me like a dream to imagine that Ghana my motherland, the country that once was the beacon of hope for Africa’s emancipation from foreign economic domination has today been ...

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On Sunday, March 6, 2016, Ghana celebrated her 59th Independence Day anniversary and a very embarrassing thing happened. It was, without doubt, a national day of shame. Something as ordinary as a ...

Many of Kwame Nkrumah’s haters have always looked at the man and all they could say about him are, “he was a dictator”, “he was brutal”, “he was heartless.” and a whole lot more. In ...

This blog has been unusually inactive for quite some time this year. Only one article up to this time of the year and that has never happened in the seven years since the website was created. A shift ...

Life always presents us with opportunities for growth, sometimes with lessons that can be very painful. I had a maternal cousin I loved dearly. We were born just a day apart but didn't grow up in the ...

Excerpts from Ebola Made To Kill BY J E SOLOMON By Jove! We now know That Ebola is man-made That it was designed to kill By those who had it made To make infected persons ill And afterward ...
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BY J E SOLOMON Hatred can never be A fruit of the Spirit Though from within It cometh forth     Hatred comes not With intentions pure But motives destructive Desiring one thing To stop the way of Peace and progress A hater’s motive is One of active...

INTENTIONALLY RANDOM & FUNNY (12) BY J E SOLOMON Once I saw a maintenance guy His name tag read Kojo Hussain He fell off a ladder and began to cry His face wore a look of pain I wasn’t born in July As was my sister Jane Why should I try to lie When...

BY J E SOLOMON I once chanced upon a guy named Jerry He offered me juice made from Cherry I told him I only drank juice from Cranberry And seldom would I drink one from Strawberry   He then wanted to know why Sounding more like a nosy guy I pretended to be...

BY J E SOLOMON I wonder how some people think Someone invited me to his home And without saying ‘you’re welcome’ Or asking me what I’ll like to drink As we do culturally as Africans Like Nigerians and Moroccans Even after becoming Americans This...

She loves veggies White carrots and Albino carrots And some other types of root veggies All from her very intimate pals The only providers of all her veggies Veggies she nurture in her garden Her beautifully kept garden   She prefers veggies raw and...

Excerpts from “Speak Out Your Mind” BY J E SOLOMON Always speak out your mind Even if to be condemned And presumed to be unkind People may push you behind But can’t steal your state of mind As long as you keep your right mind And not be swayed by...

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