African Women

September 11, 2016

Kofi Amoabeng was right to doubt the authenticity of a 1st Class status of a beautiful Ghanaian woman

 In an ironic way, Prince Kofi Amoabeng, founder and Chief Executive Officer of UT Bank was quite right in his cynicism about the authenticity of the First class […]
November 5, 2016

Ode To The African Queen

I strive to live in your heart, my African Queen You are the most beautiful of God’s creation I can’t turn a blind eye; I can’t […]
December 29, 2016

Why African Women Are Increasingly Dating and Marrying White Men

“Me Broni” (my white person in Twi – Ghanaian local dialect) “Mara Me Broni” (my “own” white person in Twi ) “Tumtum Broni” (Black woman referred […]
August 21, 2017

Is Celebrating The Achievements Of Women in Male-dominated Roles The Wrong Approach?

A few weeks ago, I sat back and observed with a touch of curiosity and amusement as the picture of a female aircraft mechanical engineer,  Fatima […]